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Struggle with time management? The ‘Eisenhower method’ will help

Struggle with time management? The ‘Eisenhower method’ will help

One of the key skills to learning how to manage your stress and workload is figuring out time management. And a to-do list won’t cut it.

  • by Grace Beverley

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Parents’ health habits, even before birth, may influence a child’s wellbeing

Parents’ health habits, even before birth, may influence a child’s wellbeing

Physical activity and diet might have long-lasting effects on a child’s health, a new animal study suggests.

  • by Gretchen Reynolds
Why our fastest growing drinks category is now non-alcoholic wine

Why our fastest growing drinks category is now non-alcoholic wine

Non-alcoholic wine is far beyond the days of simply mixing grape juice and sparkling water, and women and young people are said to be driving the craze.

  • by Sue Williams
Do eggs deserve their bad rap?

Do eggs deserve their bad rap?

For decades, the brekkie favourite has carried a reputation it can’t quite seem to shake off: that it leads to high cholesterol, heart disease and early death. So what does the science really say?

  • by Sophie Aubrey
‘A pretty dark place’: fitness titan Michelle Bridges on the hardest time of her life

‘A pretty dark place’: fitness titan Michelle Bridges on the hardest time of her life

The celebrity trainer made millions spruiking “body transformation” before her life was rocked by a devastating break-up and a drink-driving charge. Now 50 and a single mother, she’s embracing a different kind of overhaul.

  • by Jordan Baker
The key traits that turn you into a ‘super ager’

The key traits that turn you into a ‘super ager’

The term refers to people in their 70s, 80s and beyond whose ability – whether it be their memory, way of thinking, or even aerobic fitness – is of the standard of someone at least 20 years younger.

  • by Evelyn Lewin
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I struggle to get enough sleep. So I tried the ‘five S’s’ for babies

I struggle to get enough sleep. So I tried the ‘five S’s’ for babies

Having tried everything else, I tested whether the “five S’s” used to calm fussy babies — swaddle, side or stomach position, shush, swing and suck — can also help grown-ups snooze.

  • by Jessica Grose
Hurts so good: a welcome return to post-lockdown bliss
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Hurts so good: a welcome return to post-lockdown bliss

An hour of kneading, pummelling, pressing and pinching is just what I need in these stressful times.

  • by Susan Murphy
Rooftop farms are teaching city dwellers how to grow food at home

Rooftop farms are teaching city dwellers how to grow food at home

Sitting above an office building four storeys high, Australia’s first native rooftop farm has workers rethinking their food sources.

  • by Samantha van Egmond
Why ‘slow dieting’ could be the secret to long-term weight loss

Why ‘slow dieting’ could be the secret to long-term weight loss

Dr Nick Fuller’s interval strategy is designed to rewire your body’s “set weight” over time. It’s not fast – but it might just last.

  • by Lisa Williams
Twenty ideas to help you reduce waste in the kitchen

Twenty ideas to help you reduce waste in the kitchen

From putting a lid on boiling water to replacing beef with beans once a week, we’ve assembled a list of actions for the sustainably minded cook.

  • by Aaron Hutcherson and Matt Brooks