As humans we are naturally wired to socialise with others. From a young age we seek friends and we seek to fit in. Whether its obvious or not every child wants to be included.
Last weekend I attended the annual Kurilpa Derby in West End.
Believe it or not, the way you think shapes the way you look, and the glow that you carry with yourself. So, whats the point?
We all know school can be a total maze to get through before you find your way - so what about our youth who have multiple obstacles to face? How can we work towards making it easier for them?
Vintage books and friends.
It's normal to compare your progress with someone else’s - it is a part of human nature. But when does this get counterproductive?