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10 January 2017
Dear Mum to Be
Jess de Campo
I want to share with you the sort of advice that could be a companion to you as you become a parent. Not advice about the baby, but words you might reach for in the dark of the night.
7 December 2016
Dear Mum and Dad: Thank you for crossing the sea
I think of how today this country wouldn't have let you in and how much poorer it would have been for it.
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1 December 2016
In the company of women
Danielle Caruana (Mama Kin)
I didnâ€™t just find women friends. I found an opportunity to forgive myself and forgive the women I had felt abandoned and betrayed by.
17 November 2016
Hope in a time of bleaching
There is so much left on our beautiful, lonely home in space that is worthy of our labours and of our love.
16 November 2016
Human goodness and the feelgood factor
Perhaps kindness adheres to the law of diminishing returns: the more we get it, the less itâ€™s appreciated...
8 November 2016
Healing in community
A few months ago I woke up to my husband Jack whispering, â€śDavey. Something happened in Florida. A lot of people were killed at a gay club.â€ť
3 November 2016
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27 October 2016
A practical guide to greening your home
Whether you own a grand old house or live month to month in a rentalâ€”there's a lot you can do to greenify home.
26 October 2016
Taking the time to look up
How grief made one woman assess how she was living her lifeâ€”and accidentally start a small movement.
22 September 2016
How I learned to love my break-up
Instead of getting hung up on what I think my life should look like, Iâ€™m choosing to liveâ€“and loveâ€“openly and fully, one day at a time.
8 September 2016
The mindfulness tool that helps you shift gears
Mindfulness has never been harder. No fear. The Third Space is here to help.
6 September 2016
On grief and love
Those who dare to enter fully into their grief can find a way not merely through their pain, but also to a changed relationship with themselves and the world.