As children, we constantly asked questions to learn. What is this? Why is the sky blue? How does that work? We directed a constant stream of questions to our parents and adult figures in order to learn. However, as soon as we got to school all that stopped. We seemed to automatically trust the answers received from teachers, trusted leaders and those in positions of power. We no longer challenged why. Continue reading “Have we Lost the Ability to Question?”
It may seem like fun to ride an elephant or have your photo taken with a ferocious tiger, but you are actually doing more harm to them than you may think. In an age where sustainable tourism is booming, more and more tour companies are adopting preservation practices for future generations to enjoy. Continue reading “Sustainable Touring – Rethink Your Carbon Footprint”
To reach the top of a mountain and gaze out at a fluffy, white cloud forest is one of the best experiences I want to savour forever. However, I also felt the urge to snap a photo to share it on my social networks. But how much would I remember of my actual experience if I was continuously looking at the scene through a camera lens? Continue reading “Making Memories”
It’s that time of year again, when Adelaide comes alive with a multitude of festivals. While locals know it has Mad March, the festivals actually start in February. With warm weather, clear skies and a host of activities; there is something to suit all tastes in Adelaide – the festival state. Continue reading “Summer Festivals of Adelaide”
Move over cricket, the new Australian summer sport is Polo. Or at least it should be. Ever since I took a Polo lesson in 2017, I have a new appreciation for the game. It is more technical than you might realise. Not only do you have to balance on top of a horse while attempting to hit the ball with your mallet (taco), there are a few rules and techniques to grasp. Continue reading “Summer Means Beach Polo”
It is that time of year again. The Christmas decorations begin to appear into office workstation. Employees start planning their additional extra curricular party activities. Often this involves lunches, dinners and after work drinks. Most organisations are also looking to make savings and the end of year Christmas party is usually the first victim of their budget. But don’t throw away the idea straight away because the office party has many benefits for long term success of your business. Continue reading “Why we still need the Office Christmas Party?”
It is hard to know where the legend of Santa Clause began, each country has their own name and view of how Santa is portrayed. However, one legend goes back further to 280 AD with a Christian monk named Nicholas. Continue reading “Would the Real Santa Please Stand Up?”
A blank gap on your resume raises eyebrows from recruitment managers. These gaps may be months or years where an applicant has not been in the traditional workplace.
Continue reading “How to Cover a Career Break?”
The wheels of my London-Dubai flight had just touched its wheels on the tarmac when I heard seatbelts unlock. I watched as people started to get up out of their seats. Even more frightening was they opened the overhead compartments, and began to pull out their heavy bags. Did I mention the plane was still on the runway while all this went on. It appears the human race are in so much of a hurry they will ignore safety. Continue reading “Why do people compromise their safety?”
The thought of a new adventure always fills us with excitement. A new place to explore, new people to meet, Another culture to learn about. Yet, the last thing often thought about is our health. It is no fun to find yourself bedridden, sick with a stomach bug when there is an exciting city outside the window to explore.
Continue reading “How to Stay Travel Healthy”