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Thrive Magazine brings you more than your average well-being articles.

Our articles take on the latest trending issues, health, beauty, technology and many more. 

Embrace your well-being and celebrate the great Australian lifestyle with our health-centric articles. 

Tips for green house renovation by Denby Dowling

EXPERT TIPS FOR GREEN HOUSE RENOVATION

Denby Dowling is an interior designer specialising in new builds, renovations and additions. Denby and her team design, build, renovate, restore and create unique, custom-built homes and space. Here is her tips for a green house renovation.

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A man and woman sleeping well, Tips to sleep well, Thrive E magazine Issue 7

12 TOP TIPS FOR BETTER SLEEP

Quality sleep is just as important as regular exercise and a good diet, as its deprivation or disruption can have negative effects on hormones, exercise performance and brain function. It can also cause weight gain and increase disease risk. Top tips for better sleep.

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A woman in a white stress standing next to paintings on a blue wall, Thrive E Magazine

A GREEN HOME IS NOT IMPOSSIBLE!

The implementation of sustainability principles as part of the interior design process is a rapidly growing concept in Australia and the need for sustainable environment is an obligation, rather than a will, in order to survive. It is important that you gain some knowledge to set your own personal goals in the process of realising your green dream.

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A man receiving botox is the new aesthetics boom, Thrive E Magazine, Issue 7, Health and Wellness Magazine

FACING A NEW FUTURE

Flying in the face of a sharp downturn in many industries and businesses since the COVID crisis, a surprising new trend has emerged. Australians have been flocking to receive non-surgical cosmetic medical treatments such as Botulinum toxin (anti-wrinkle) and dermal filler injections

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Darkside of a fairytale, Thrive E-magazine Issue 7, Health and Wellness Magazine

DARK SIDE OF A FAIRYTALE

She was the fairytale bridesmaid, supporting her best friend as she married a European crown prince, in a ceremony watched by millions around the globe. Celebrity radio show host and ex-contestant on Celebrity Survivor Australia, Amber Petty writes about her mental health and love through a memoir “This is not a love song”.

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Kindred Spirits, Delta Goodrem, Thrive E magazine Issue 7

KINDRED SPIRITS

The Sydney-based label behind the Fashion With Heart initiative, We Are Kindred, has become synonymous with romantic, “Bohemian luxe” floral dresses and jumpsuits, metallic mesh slip dresses and silk blouses.

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Heart of gold, Delta Goodrem, Thrive E magazine Issue 7

HEART OF GOLD

Singer, songwriter and actress Delta Goodrem’s life was changed irrevocably after suffering Hodgkins Lymphoma at 18. Having battled and beaten the cancer, one her greatest dreams has been to repay the help she received and love and kindness shown. This has now been realised with the launch of her own Foundation. Delta talks to Thrive.

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Kindness. Its the new KPT, Thrive Magazine Issue 6

KINDNESS. IT’S THE NEW KPI

The world has changed irrevocably over the last year. And the importance of showing kindness and empathy has never been a greater key performance index (KPI) in life and business, writes Lee-Anne Carter.

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Mindful ways to stress less , Thrive Magazine Issue 6

MINDFUL WAYS TO STRESS LESS

Wellness guru Lee Holmes shares her top tips for taming the beast, quickly and naturally. She also explains healthy tips to de-stress, nourish yourself with good nutrition and recommends tips on coffee alternatives.

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UNSOLICITED ADVICE, THE JUNK EMAIL OF LIFE

There is a time to provide advice and offer an opinion – especially if asked – and there is a time not to. Don’t be too quick to offer unsolicited advice, as it can cause offence or upset. If on the receiving end, reacting harshly to it can equally cause friction in your relationship.

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THE RITE TO CHOOSE

From the glamour world of high flying beauty editor to new age funeral director – Yasemin Trollope tells how embracing death has been life changing

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Sweet Poison

Are you a sugar `addict’? A naturopath’s guide to reducing sugar consumption – especially the fructose variety – for improved health, vitality and assisting weight loss.

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The Loneliness Pandemic

With enforced isolation as a result of COVID-19 restrictions, loneliness – and its link to a rise in depression and mental illness – has become a prime concern.

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FOOD is not the ENEMY

Restrictive eating, extreme and yoyo diets are damaging to both the body and mind and rob us of one of life’s greatest pleasures. An eating disorder survivor who went on to become a chef and nutritionist tells how to end the war.

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Fly Free

How an injured baby bird gave wings to a family in distress – and put them on a flight path to major destinations

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The Face of Lockdown

Staring at our own faces during virtual meetings and catch-ups has given rise to what has been dubbed the Zoom Boom – a surge in demand for cosmetic medical procedures to address “Lockdown Face”

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The Exercise Prescription

Can you exercise your way to COVID-19 immunity and cancer recovery? A new book – the collaboration of doctors, scientists, researchers and athletes as well as patients of St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney – says you can.

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Take a breather!

We take it for granted – the automatic reflex and life force of breathing. But if we are more mindful about the way we breathe it will boost both physical and mental health.

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Seafood Santa

BY JUSTINE SCHOFIELD MORTON BAY BUG TACO SERVES 6 PREP: 15 MINUTES COOKING: 25 MINUTES Ingredients 6 La Banderita flour street tacos 6 Morton Bay

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Gourmet on the Go

WITH AN EMPIRE BUILT ON RECIPES DESIGNED FOR BUSY PEOPLE WHO WANT INSPIRATION FOR MOUTH-WATERING, FAST AND EASY DISHES, TV’S POPULAR EVERYDAY GOURMET AND BEST-SELLING AUTHOR JUSTINE SCHOFIELD TELLS HOW SHE JUGGLES IT ALL

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(Good) Carbs are not the Enemy

MANY PEOPLE HARBOUR FEARS AND PHOBIAS ABOUT CERTAIN FOODS – NOTABLY CARBOHYDRATES – THAT AREN’T BASED IN NUTRITIONAL SCIENCE, DEPRIVING THEMSELVES OF ESSENTIAL NUTRIENTS FOR MIND AND BODY, AS WELL AS ENJOYMENT. IT’S ALL ABOUT KNOWING HOW TO MAKE THE BEST CHOICES, IN WHAT QUANTITIES, AND WHEN TO EAT THEM.

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Mindful Drinking

ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION IS ON THE RISE IN THE AGE OF COVID – THE PRACTICE OF BEING AWARE OF WHY AND HOW MUCH YOU DRINK AND WHETHER IT IS SUPPORTING YOU

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