Laneway Life – 258 Adelaide Street Maryborough

  Quietly, but surely there has been a culture movement happening in Maryborough and it tells a story of friendship, smart business and a dedication to giving back to the community. On any given time between Tuesday and Saturday, if you wander down Adelaide St, Maryborough you will find yourself the most gorgeous laneway and it is all the hard work of three savy business women….

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The Coffee Date Times – With Deb Cook of Debbish.com

So my latest hair-brained idea came to fruition last weekend after my mate Suger blogged about it and pretty much gave me a virtual kick up the pants to get on with it.  I have been toying with podcasting for over a year now but it was only after feeling very unconnected with my people lately that I decided it was time to get this…

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The 13 Things Nobody Told Me About Running A Small Business

Running a small business is tough and at times I have found myself wondering why I even took the risk. But I do know.  I desperately wanted out of the public service career I had, as it was no longer serving me. Simple. Below are the short and sweet things I wish someone had told me before I got started.  So if you’re just starting…

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Experiential Purchases And Blogging

Have you heard that people these days are more interested in purchasing experiences than things? What in the world does that mean for a blogger? Well unless you blog about doing stuff you might think about throwing it all in, keeping the status quo, or on the off chance, you might wonder how you’re going to change. So how do you change to being an…

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12 Websites To Find High-Quality Authentic Free Stock Images

If you’re a blogger, start-up or a small business on a limited budget finding high-quality free stock images is essential to creating a visual presence that portrays authenticity. I often trawl the internet in search of new free stock sites and over the last 12 months have seen an emergence of some fantastic places to grab pictures that ooze soul and aren’t the usual tacky…

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The Stuff I Want You To Know About Me Being An Airhead

This post was written almost 6 months ago  and due to being embarrassed I never hit publish. I think I have hit a place now where my discomfort is counteracted with a belief that I am going to beat this invisible but brutal energy. The post goes like this … Last weekend was the end of a glorious three-week Christmas break that I was so excited to…

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The Five Things Your Small / Micro Business Needs To Look Genuine

Small and micro businesses come and go, and it is often only the ones that invest early in a great visual brand and online presence that stands the test of time. Consistency is key and the by ensuring you have all the following elements in place, you will be sure to reap the benefits with great customers and a solid small/micro business. A Fabulous Visual…

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In The Words Of Mia Freedman, Balance Is Bullshit.

It seems that after only a month of being committed to feeding this blog I love more regularly, I have begun to struggle with time management.   Through no fault of mine, life has become over the top crazy.  My washing machine blew up, kids got vomiting and diarrhoea, the demented 9 yr old dog keeps escaping and I have started doing an increase of hours…

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Kids Yoga – The Key To Better Behaved Children?

Today we are talking to The Glo Project’s very own Renee’ Fiedler about  kids yoga and how it can positively affect their behaviour and wellbeing.  Renee is a passionate yoga instructor and mum of 4, so I am pretty happy to sharing with you her thoughts and experiences on the topic. As a Mum of 4 kids and Yoga teacher, why would you recommend yoga for…

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