The Sunshine Coast has a diverse flora with over 1600 species (including fungi). Many plants are useful in some way eg. for materials, medicinal or some are edible.
Many of us can relate to craving a cup of coffee, or perhaps a sweet treat, when we know we shouldn’t. However, there is often a lot of misunderstanding when it comes to addiction and why people become addicted to certain substances.
Let’s chat about our native birds … A lot of hinterland locals love to attract birds to their gardens, so they can enjoy their beauty, antics, and company. The obvious way to do this is with food and water, served up with love, on a daily basis. But nature has a way of balancing the ecosystem so that it functions as it is meant to, and when humans interfere with that balance things start to go… skewwhiff. It is easier than you think to “love our birds to death”.
If you’re reading this Eumundi Green you live in a very special area. Not only because you get such a nice magazine, but also because of the monster sized snakes we get in this region. The biggest Browns and Red Bellies I have ever caught have almost all come out of this hinterland area and they’re certainly bigger here than anywhere else on the Coast.
EXERCISE FOR TEENS & TWEENS DURING GROWTH by Brooke Conlan, personal trainer & mother-of-tween, Eumundi
As our children reach their early teens and pre-teen (tween) years they will naturally experience growth spurts. This means their bodies will go through a large amount of bone growth at a rapid rate. During this time the bones will grow faster than usual stretching out the muscles and tendons making joints more unstable and susceptible to injury. As a result a child’s balance, coordination, stability and also posture, can be affected.
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?