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Benefits of Volunteering

According to the University of Sydney, Australians spend a staggering 700 million hours volunteering each year. Which boils down to about 30 hours per person, per year. That is a lot for an individualised culture who seem to be very

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MAKING YOURSELF A PRIORITY

Making Yourself a Priority

Life gets busy. Especially when we have work commitments, we sometimes push aside our own wellbeing activities to keep up with the demands of work. Then, there’s family commitments and looking after kids, the elderly or pets. We also might

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An Interview with Shihan Pete Smedley

An Interview with Shihan Pete Smedley

Pete grew up in Tyabb, Victoria and started training in martial arts at the age of 18. He trained under Kyoshi Nigel Kendall in Mornington, became a full-time Martial Arts instructor and gained the title ‘Shihan’, which is an honourific

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