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Why I quit my $500k job

Why I quit my $500k job

Susie Moore was earning a fortune every year. But she wasn’t happy

Keeping the love alive after children arrive

Keeping the love alive after children arrive

How to retain your sanity, and some romance, once you have children

'Debilitating is probably the word': Coast mum on anxiety

'Debilitating is probably the word': Coast mum on anxiety

FROM daily panic attacks to becoming a published author.

Know who you are, find your intentions, create your vision

Know who you are, find your intentions, create your vision

People tend to struggle when they ask, "who am I?"

OPINION: Don't try and inspire me with hollow quotes

OPINION: Don't try and inspire me with hollow quotes

And you can forget about Lorna Jane slogan tees

The (necessary) pain of it all is a signal to act

The (necessary) pain of it all is a signal to act

Through forgiveness we can be free of being a hostage to suffering

What do your shoulds mean? Take time to evaluate beliefs

What do your shoulds mean? Take time to evaluate beliefs

Judgement can become so harsh it becomes part of persons identity

Time to quit procrastinating

Time to quit procrastinating

This ideal life thing is easy, right?

Metaphors are words that can cut deep in everyday life

Metaphors are words that can cut deep in everyday life

Paul Stewart explains how positive metaphors can make a difference

Life coach columnist shares his male insight on change

Life coach columnist shares his male insight on change

For men dealing with change can be a gigantic challenge

Life coach worried partners of workers feel ‘stranded’

Life coach worried partners of workers feel ‘stranded’

Life coach concerned partners of workers are feeling lonely

Life coach Paul Stewart discusses suicide within our community

Life coach Paul Stewart discusses...

LIFE coach Paul Stewart runs a group called Insight Men's Circle in Gladstone and...

Coach controls 'island fever'

Coach controls 'island fever'

BEN Lawrence is in charge of keeping 1800 workers entertained