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A Little Known Cure for Anxiety and Mental Wealth



Author: Sarah Nanclares

With Australia being the second highest prescriber of anti-depressants in the world, as a health professional with a passion for mental-emotional wealth, I feel compelled to explore anything that has a positive impact on mental and emotional wellbeing.Over the last 19 years that I have been in practice as a Health Coach for 19 years, I have accrued solid clinical evidence that point to brain allergies, nutrient deficiencies and unhelpful thin 



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I’m Getting a Cleaner For The Same Reasons You Should Get a Bookkeeper



Author: Korryn Campbell

I did something different this week – I employed a house cleaner. Do I really need a house cleaner? Probably not. Can’t I clean my own house? Yes, you bet I can – after 30 years of marriage I’ve had loads of practice! So, why a cleaner now? Basically, I’ve decided that my time, especially in terms of my business, is precious, and I need to spend it wisely. I’ve finally realised spending 3-4 hours per week cleaning, washing etc., is NO 



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5 Instant Ways to Awaken Your Trust Connection for Wellbeing



Author: Sarah Nanclares

Trust is one of the cornerstones of health. Because without a solid sense of it, we are challenged to feel safe about our body’s ability to maintain wellness. This is true whether you are proactively into preventative health, or you are working through an autoimmune disease or a chronic disease.(more…) 



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Gratitude lessons from the edge of crisis



Author: Sarah Nanclares

At times, life is less than a cut and dry affair. The plan is: friend falls pregnant, friend carries baby to term in a haze of maternal bliss and when the time comes, friend goes into labour and baby is born. Mother and child do well. Happy family.Yesterday, I came face to face with the reality of what a miracle birthing a baby safely, both for mother and child, really is. Before my very eyes unfolded a situation that snow-balled to near ca 



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Depression? It Could Be Brain Allergies



Author: Sarah Nanclares

In 2013, the health 'snapshot' of the 33 OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) nations revealed that Australia is now the second-highest prescriber of anti-depressant medications.Australian use of anti-depressants has doubled over the last decade between 2000 and 2011, coming in second to Iceland. 89 Australians in every 1,000 are now prescribed some form of daily anti-depressant, but 10 years ago the rate was closer t 



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