This Week on Destination Happiness..
As an author of more than 200 books, Jackie French hasn’t let dyslexia stand in the way of finding her voice and allowing her to express herself. When she sent her first book to a publisher the publisher read it aloud in the office thinking it would be awful, such was the spelling, yet by the time the publisher had finished reading she was readily offering to publish her book.
This week, resident psychologist Chris Mackey speaks to us about dyslexia. Conditions like dyslexia are not always just a disadvantage, they simply indicate that some brains are wired differently and in fact people with dyslexia often have particular super powers.
Random Acts of Happiness
This week, thanks to Morris Finance, we head out to give some deserving people on the street some contemplation candles.
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This week Lindsey Ingleton speaks to us about coffee. Many of us love a cup of coffee in the morning, but we must remember not to drink too much.
Bringing a baby into the world brings up a gazillion questions. What do I do? What do I need? What are the rules? Well, the pregnancy babies and children’s expo was designed to answer everything in one hit.
And it’s all thanks to the inspiration of Julie Rocke & her late husband Greg.
Julie’s husband Greg tragically passed away in 2017 from a heart attack at the age of 65 but his legacy lives on through the passionate team he and Julie built together.
For this week’s word vitamin, Cynthia Morton talks about advice. It’s important to make sure that we’re not giving unsolicited advice as often the message we’re trying to convey won’t get through to unreceptive ears anyway.
Gorgeously nestled in between the bush and the beach sits Discovery Parks Emerald Beach. You truly get the best of both worlds whether you prefer to soak up the sun on the beach or head into the bush for a walk amongst nature, Discovery Parks Emerald Beach will have all you need to tick all the boxes for your next family holiday.
Leaving school can be one of the most exciting times of your life. Heading along to celebrate Schoolies week can feel a bit like getting the keys to the kingdom for many of our young people.
Many are without parental supervision for the first time and so the Red Frogs was founded to lend some support and assistance ensuring that everyone is able to have fun with a safer adult back up team nearby.
Although the days may be gone where we pop next door to grab a cup of sugar, Villawood Homes recognise that the need for community cohesion is still as important as ever. That is why they ensure that all of their communities include many spaces where people are able to come together and spend time amongst the people they live around.