Having a positive outlook doesn’t mean pretending that everything is okay when it isn’t. That being said, being more of a “glass half full” person rather that a “glass half empty” person can have significant impacts on both
Mindfulness is paying attention, in the moment, to your current experience, without judgement. So, what does that actually mean in reality? An easy way to practice mindfulness is to focus on your breath. Sit comfortably, close your eyes,
Many households are currently facing increased power bills as a result of unemployment, working and schooling from home and self-isolation. Subsequently energy retailers and network providers are proactively working together to assist customers. Some measures put in place
No Interest Loans (NILS) provide individuals and families on low incomes with access to safe, fair and affordable credit. Loans are available for essential goods and services such as fridges, washing machines, car repairs and medical procedures for
Today is National Sorry Day and 20 years since the final ‘Bringing Them Home’ Report was tabled in Parliament in 1997. The report was conducted by the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission, now known as the Australian
It is Neighbourhood Centre Week this week and the theme is “Loneliness: the solution is community”. You might be wondering how you can stay connected when we are “socially distancing” or “self isolating” especially if you live alone.
It is Volunteer Week this week so a big, big thank you to all our volunteers at Highlands Community Centres and Highlands Youth Services! We appreciate your time, energy, enthusiasm and commitment. Across Australia volunteers give up countless
Neighbourhood Centre Week for 2020 starts on the 8th of May, with the theme “Loneliness: the solution is community”. Here at Highlands Community Centres we want to remind you that we are here for you even though Stafford