By: Sabrina Peters
I regularly find people saying to me, “I just don’t know how you balance it all?”. Continue reading “The Balance Myth”
By: Michael McQueen
One of the most valuable lessons this year has taught us is that the life we were living pre-COVID isn’t necessarily the one we are seeking post-COVID. Though we have been longing for life to get ‘back to normal’ since the pandemic hit, there are many parts of the old normal that we would do well to leave behind. Continue reading “How to Maintain Momentum by Pruning Your Practices”
By: Laura Bennett
At this stage of the fight, the daily habits you’ve formed during the pandemic are pretty well embedded. Whether it’s wearing your PJs to the home office, or finally having time for that morning walk in your routine, seven months in we’ve got some engrained behaviours. Continue reading “‘Iso Habits’ – How to Keep the Good and Ditch the Bad”
The average commute time per day since this decade began has increased from 40 minutes to 48 minutes, an increased commute time of 20% shows the latest data from HILDA. Workers now spend on average 4.5 hours a week getting to and from work, a rise of 23% since 2002.
Continue reading “Australians Commuting on Average 48 Minutes per Day”
It was January 1948 that the Commonwealth Arbitration Court gave official assent to the 40-hour, five day working week in Australia. Continue reading “70 Years on and Work-life Balance Is Still Eluding Most Australians”
By: Duncan Robinson
There is no such thing as balance.
It doesn’t exist. To achieve balance it would mean that you have control over external forces in your life that you have no control over. Continue reading “Ebb, Flow and the Pursuit of Balance”