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Self-improvement

Can you really combat loneliness using technology?

With increased isolation, significant numbers of people are experiencing some form of loneliness. Could technology be the answer to this newfound solitude?

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Self-improvement

Informal feedback: we crave it more than ever, and don’t care who it’s from

Manager feedback can lead to increased employee engagement, but how can we improve the lines of feedback when face-to-face communication has been disrupted?

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Self-improvement

Maintaining sustainability practices as we move out of isolation

What active steps are you taking to live a sustainable life? Associate Professor Kelly Miller discusses the changes we can all make to help the environment.

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Self-improvement

Love lockdown: the pandemic has put pressure on many relationships, but here’s how to tell if yours will survive

Many relationships have been put to the test during the pandemic. Here’s how to tell whether lockdown made your relationship weaker or stronger.

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Self-improvement

Brainfood: Snacks to help you study

Eating healthy can help you stay focused while you’re powering through your study sessions. Try one of these brainfood recipes. 

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Self-improvement

Why self-isolation is a privilege many aren’t afforded

Australia’s most vulnerable and high-risk groups within society weren’t afforded the privileges of self-isolation. Here’s what you need to know.

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Society

There is no specific crime of catfishing. But is it illegal?

Catfishing has become a dangerous part of online dating, which has led to severe issues in the community. Should catfishing be made a crime?

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Self-improvement, Society

Working out at home works for women – so well they might not go back to gyms

Women are at the forefront of the shift to digital fitness options during the pandemic. But will this make women less inclined to return to the gym?

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‘Compliant complainers’: why easing restrictions aren’t easy

As social distancing rules begin to relax, Australians might be feeling a mix of emotions, including excitement and concern. Here’s why.

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Self-improvement

The great big multitasking myth: why it makes you less efficient

Once, multitasking was a skill you gloated about on your resume. Now, it turns out it’s a terrible way to work. This is why you should take up monotasking.

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