How To Get Your Rental Bond Back When Moving Out

I am so excited. Today, we have a guest post from Michael Brooke, a small business owner in Sydney, providing tips to get your rental bond back, which I know is a huge issue for many people. It’s thousands of dollars usually and you need it for your next place. …

How to deal with financial stress

Financial stress can lead to suicide. Do not underestimate the pressure finances, debt and unemployment can have on someone. It’s not as simple as “just getting a job” (most are trying hard to get one or have reasons they can’t), debt is often accrued when someone has more income so …

How to stop self sabotage and emotional eating

As part of my goal to help 1,000,000 Australians survive, thrive and where possible get off Centrelink, I have some experts providing articles and tips to help you. Today I have Ana Brooks who is a speaker, writer and transformational coach inspiring people to quit their BS and excuses and …

How to afford medical expenses when living on Centrelink

Do you struggle to afford medical care while living on Centrelink or a low income? Read on to learn how to cover some major medical expenses, afford the help you need and what free help is available for those on Centrelink or low incomes. Disclosure, there are a couple of …

3 tips for housing affordability and working towards your housing goals

As part of my goal to help 1,000,000 Australians survive, thrive and where possible get off Centrelink, I have some experts providing articles and tips to help you. Today I have Katie Marshall who is a Property Mentor and the founder of Chicks and Mortar®. Housing affordability is a hot topic right …

How to cope when life is falling apart

It’s no secret my life has been rocky over the past few years with domestic violence, homelessness, health issues and being a single parent. What I have kept secret is that the past few months have been less than ideal. I don’t want to go into full details about all …

How to be grateful when everything sucks

Ever had someone tell you to cheer up, it’s not that bad? Or tell you so many other people have it worse, you should be happy/grateful? We all have trials, whether they are big or small, the obstacles in our life can seem impossible and being told to cheer up …