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"1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime."
In support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Luxe Fitness has a "Limited Edition" Vanilla Coconut Protein Powder available to purchase on www.luxefitness.com
$5 from each bottle sold will be donated to the NZBCF (New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation). Your donation goes towards research, education and support, for all the brave ladies that battle this horrible disease.
In sad news, "Oddball", the dog whose determination to protect penguins from fox attacks led to international attention and even a movie, has died.
The Maremma’s instinctive drive inspired a whole new style of animal conservation. In fact, the “Middle Island Project” which continues today, has been credited with saving thousands of little penguin’s lives.
Oddball died peacefully of old age at her home in Warnambool. She was 15 years old. A grand innings from a grand lady who leaves behind an incredible legacy; so many little penguins who wouldn’t be alive without her...
#BREAKING: Tanya Plibersek and I have given notice to the Parliament that we intend to introduce a private member's bill to make marriage equality a reality - without an expensive & divisive plebiscite.
UPDATE: The Pet Census is now closed. Thank you so much to the 100,000 people that completed it. The results will be available soon!
Sure it's Census time, but something doesn't seem quite right. It appears they've forgotten someone; our pets. With not a single question about the furry family, it's surely impossible to plan for an Australia where pets are included.
So tonight, I'm launching Australia's first ever #PetCensus. And you might even enjoy this one. This census is simple...with just 8 questions and best of all, no personal details! Armed with this insight into our pet population, I'll be talking to government over the next month to ensure we Keep Australia Pet Friendly. Thanks for your help!
We had more babies because we loved our first one so much.
We got so busy loving our babies we forgot to love each other.
Nothing was fun.
We fought because he was going to work and working harder and I was staying home and working harder and neither of us believed the other was working as hard as themselves.
We stopped making each other laugh.
We spent less time together, I noticed his trips to the shops taking all day, I felt like he would do anything to get away from me. He argued that, claiming he was just very busy.
We competed on who's life was harder.
We were no longer friends.
We said horrible things to each other, we couldn't believe the words that were coming out of our mouths.
We had become each other's enemy.
We were defeated.
We missed each other.
We knew, there was only one way back... to remember who we were in the beginning. Who we fell in love with before we let life turn us against each other, people we actually respected. Because it wasn't us that we hated it was outrageous work loads.
Ten years after the confrontation between Kira and L, six different Death Notes fall to the human world. Their successors are now playing a deadly game for control of these books that grant their holder the power to kill.
Death Note: Light up the NEW world is coming soon to cinemas 2016! 🍎
I used to be obsessed with my weight. I thought skinny was beautiful.
My least favourite part of being a mum was losing the baby weight.
Then a few years ago I had a cancer scare, I found a lump on my breast. I was so scared that I wouldn't be granted the privilege to raise these perfect children of mine. That week, I couldn't eat yet my weight was the furthest thing from my mind. When the doctor told me it was a cyst and not cancer I was flooded with relief. I grabbed my kids so tightly and we all went out for a huge lunch with loads of food and hugs and laughter.. I was embarrassed for placing so much importance on my weight for so many years.
Now I realise that not losing your baby weight isn't a sign of letting go, it's a sign that this Queen has evolved, she's realised that life is not about a number on a scale, happiness is about gratitude and love and the privilege that is life.