Each Christmas it is almost a religion to check out the latest pantomime. This year it is Goldilocks and the Three Bears. While pantomimes are for all the family, sometimes the one liners are not always family appropriate.
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Each year it’s reported that we spend billions of dollars on Christmas, most people using credit cards to fund those purchases. However, in a couple of days’ time those purchases more than often end up in the cupboard never to be used again. A tangible item may seem like a quick, last minute gift at Christmas time; but how long will happiness and satisfaction last? Continue reading “The Gift of Happiness”
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?”
It is Christmas holiday time. Time to get away, put work on hold, relax, sit by the pool or catch up with family. Sounds great, right? Yet chances are everyone is thinking the same as you and this means crowds at the airport and on the road. But it doesn’t have to be a stressful time. Whether you travel by air, road, sea or rail, these travel principles will help you chill out during your holiday commute this Christmas season. Continue reading “How to Travel to a Merry Christmas”
It is the end of another year. One that has been eventful for all the wrong reasons on a global scale. As the world events continue to escalate year after year, Christmas becomes a time for reflection and prayer. No matter the culture or how the holidays are celebrated, all many people want is peace and happiness. Continue reading “My Grown Up Christmas List”
It is always a great experience to travel the world throughout the year. Yet when it comes to Christmas I prefer to stay in Adelaide for the holiday season. A perfect time to catch up with family who you have not seen all year because of the busy lives we all lead. This holiday season is no exception. I will spend the time at home to share the turkey love and all the trimmings. Continue reading “The Hills are Alive with the Sparkle of Christmas”