“Fathering has a lot to offer a man. Fathers are happier and derive more meaning from everyday activities than men without children. But fatherhood can also be a struggle. A man can be a biological father without doing much actual parenting—or a breadwinner who doesn’t do much childcare and housework—but many men today strive to be all things at once: father and … Read More
Heart On My Sleeve (HOMS) is an emotional wellness social movement and early intervention services provider for adults suffering with mental ill health or facing challenging life situations (either directly or as a supporter) that helps people heal by being real about how they feel through the power of true connection. Heart On My Sleeve was born on May 30th 2017 … Read More
Luke and Susie chat to a record-breaking legend, Andrew Hoy. After winning silver as part of the Australian eventing team and individual eventing bronze at this year’s Tokyo Olympic Games, Andrew became Australia’s oldest Olympic medallist at age 62; he’s won more Olympic gold than any other event rider with six medals to his name in total. His horse, Vasilly De Lassos, … Read More
‘Put Your Hand Up’ for every child to be safe – free from harm and injury. Your support will help to raise funds for our prevention programs, recovery programs, advocacy work and events, so KIDS can continue to build strong lives for Australian children and support those living with life-changing injuries and trauma. You can support the campaign by purchasing … Read More
You know her best from Channel 9’s The Block but Shelley began her television career in the early 1990s, co-host role with children’s program Saturday Disney until January 2008 when Craft signed with the Nine Network. One of the joys of Shelley Craft’s job is coaching contestants to overcome the challenges of The Block – whatever they may be.
Shannah Kennedy was a type-A, overachieving perfectionist when she experienced burnout at the age of 30. In Plan B she shares her journey for people feeling hopeless in the face of change, and explains how you can turn a change in circumstance into your second act – a Plan B. Her wake-up call came when she was diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and … Read More
The youngest person to receive one of Australian Financial Review’s ‘100 Most Influential Women’ in 2012. One of the world’s top keynote speakers, CEO of her own company, Fulbright Scholar and now author, in her first book The Leading Edge, Holly gives a call to arms for people to step up and turn their restlessness for change into the reality of a … Read More
Luke and Susie got to talk to co-authors Aunty Rhonda Collard-Spratt & Jacki Ferro about their new inspired children’s book, Grandfather Emu. Rhonda Collard-Spratt is a proud Yamatji-Noongar Elder who is a survivor of the Stolen Generations. A talented storyteller and artist, Aunty Rhonda wants Grandfather Emu to bring joy and hope to all children, to strengthen our connection with … Read More