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What Should You Get Out of Your 60s

What Should You Get Out of Your 60s?

Researchers who study life happiness consistently find that happiness dips in your 50s, as you struggle with teenage family members and elderly parents. These same experts also find that 60 to 69 is often the happiness decade of people’s lives! You still have your health, you are financially stable, and you no longer have to
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What You Should Achieve in Your 50s

I found that our 20s are a time for travel, friends, independence and figuring out what you want to achieve in your life. It’s also a time for hard work, perseverance and establishing a career. Our 30s are still a time for big dreams, risks and career, but also a time to enjoy life a
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What You Should Achieve in Your 40s

What You Should Achieve in Your 40s

In my last two blogs I looked at what you should achieve at certain ages. I found that our 20s are a time for travel, friends, independence and figuring out what you want to achieve in your life. It’s also a time for hard work and perseverance and career. Our 30s are still a time
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What You Should Achieve in Your 30s

What You Should Achieve in Your 30s

In my last blog I asked what you should achieve at what age. For example are you meant to move out of home by say age 23? Be married by 35? Buy a property by 40 (at the latest)? Are there certain things that you are meant to achieve by certain ages? Or is it
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What You Need to Learn in Your 20s

What You Need to Learn in Your 20s

A friend of mine pushing 60 recently told me that he thinks he has never grown up. And he got me wondering, what are ‘life’s markers’ for being a grown-up. Are you meant to move out of home by say age 23? Be married by 35? Buy a property by 40 (at the latest)? Are
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Can Holidays Be a ‘Growth’ Experience

Can Holidays Be a ‘Growth’ Experience?

I recently heard about two 12-year-old twins who led four camels from Hermannsburg, near Alice Springs, to Bourke in outback New South Wales. They walked 2,500km. The boys were accompanied by a nurse working in their community and they were home schooled on their trip. They raised $2,000 for World Vision. Their story got me
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