Who do you trust?

Do you trust yourself? I mean REALLY trust yourself? We think a lot about whether we trust others. Our partners, bosses, friends, and colleagues. Relationships form and are broken based on trust. It’s not quite the same as faith, which is often built on a blind belief, something instilled in us that we KNOW to …

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In July I always think red, white and bluey! The American in me comes out. I’m lucky enough now to appreciate and sometimes celebrate both Aussie holidays and American ones, so why not right? The concept of Independence is pretty awesome – at first. When we’re young being dependent is king. Leaning on your parents …

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Green Grass

It never ceases to amaze how some old adages keep ringing true. The grass is always greener on the other side is a perfect example. The concept usually refers to wanting what others have, but it can also apply to wanting things out of our reach, or unobtainable. One could argue this drives us to …

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Clean Slate

White is the symbol of purity and simplicity. When my baby was born, I had to have everything white. Furniture, bed linen, clothes, all white. It felt so pure. A simple, crisp white shirt always works. Oh… but don’t eat spaghetti bolognese while wearing it. It does have its downside. It can get blemished easily. …

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Empathy Is Gold

They say make new friends but keep the old one is silver and the other gold. What a great analogy for sympathy and empathy as well. Empathy is the gold standard of understanding someone else’s feelings. If you haven’t been there, you simply don’t get it to the same degree. You feel sympathy, but like …

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