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The hardest part of death is not the dying but the living. Those who have loved the deceased are encouraged, no expected, to somehow pull themselves together and get on with their lives. The merry-go-round that we call our daily life might slow its speed or revolutions for a moment or two but then moves on even faster

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Blue Mountains Life2 min. leídosPsychology
Coping with the Current Health Crisis and Your Own Personal Grief
in the midst of this global pandemic, we are reflecting in real-time on how systems undergo large-scale transformation—how government, businesses, schools, cities, and communities adapt and make fundamental changes to existing ways of working. Prior
Blue Mountains Life2 min. leídosRegional & Ethnic
as tea-loving twin sisters and busy mums (who happen to share a passion for all things Australian), we understand the importance of an uncomplicated cuppa. So, not surprisingly, that’s the inspiration behind our unique flavours that are carefully han
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What’s New
Hands On Workshop, an online retailer of Japanese handcrafted wares, has created a Cat collection to add to their range of handcrafted items for everyday use - quirky ceramics, hand-printed tenugui, cloth lunch bags, stationery and more all featuring