IT’S THE LITTLE THINGS THAT MATTER by Samantha Williams, Personal Trainer, Eumundi

The Green issue 306

What does this quote mean when it comes to our own success in health and fitness? And what habits equal success for our health and wellbeing goals? More importantly how do we implement these positive habits for long term lasting health and fitness?

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IT’S THE LITTLE THINGS THAT MATTER by Samantha Williams, Personal Trainer, Eumundi

What does this quote mean when it comes to our own success in health and fitness? And what habits equal success for our health and wellbeing goals? More importantly how do we implement these positive habits for long term lasting health and fitness?

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EUMUNDI FINALISTS IN SUNSHINE COAST BUSINESS AWARDS

These Business Awards recognise the many business success stories throughout the region, and also provide networking events for the local business community throughout the year.

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MOVEMBER LAUNCH IN EUMUNDI

The month of November will again see men across the Coast grow a moustache to raise awareness about men’s health – particularly prostate and testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention.

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FIRST AID GARDENING by Heidi Merika, Eumundi

After a few weeks of crazy storms and wild weather, those of us fortunate enough to still have our gardens intact are seeing a burst of new life as the combination of plenty of rain and warmer weather accelerates growth and lush development of pretty much everything in the garden.

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TANTRIC LOVE AND MENOPAUSE by Janet McGeever, Noosa 

Menopause came upon me like a cold bucket of water – early, before I was “ready”, before I even knew what was happening. At 38, I was “perimenopausal”, the period approaching menopause, and by 45 I was totally through it. Like many transitions in a woman’s journey, things happened to my body that left me surprised, confused, despondent and sexually feeling like I just wanted to be “put out to pasture”.

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Raising guinea fowls by Kirstie Henning

These strange but beautiful looking poultry are commonly used on farms to control ticks and send out warning signals when there are predators around. I recently raised three guinea fowl from keets (chicks) and thought I would share my experience.

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