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Category Archives: Happiness

  • We need to talk about Formula

    • May 9, 2017
    • Neer Korn

    The majority of mums would like to breast feed their newborns. After all everyone, including doctors and nurses, tells them that breast is best. But what happens to those mums who simply can’t breastfeed, for whom due to any number of medical reasons simply cannot or find it too painful to breast feed? Nobody seems to want to talk to them about formula.

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  • Australians are supposed to be happy

    • February 8, 2016
    • Neer Korn

    Australians believe that living in this great country, with all its blessings, it makes no sense to be anything other than happy. Being happy is, in fact, a status symbol in Australia today and so too is the imperative to project a content self to the world at large.

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  • Life for middle income families

    • October 21, 2015
    • Neer Korn

    An insult that is commonly hurled at politicians is that they are “out of touch” with middle Australia, the ocean of ordinary hard working and middle income earning mums and dads. For our latest study Middle Income Families: Lifestyle & Priorities we spoke to many such Australians and there are a couple of key things those on higher incomes should understand about their lives, worries and aspirations.

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  • Housing affordability means re-evaluating the Australian dream

    • April 18, 2015
    • Neer Korn

    We are hearing a lot about the challenges of housing affordability lately. Just how will first home buyers manage to get a foothold in the property market? This issue does much more than foster debate about the practicalities of housing. It is asking Australians to abandon a pillar of their anticipated future. Owning a home is a core aspiration in this country and it is no longer guaranteed. The Australian dream has to adjust accordingly.

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