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As growers rebuild farms following the bushfires they face land management challenges and opportunities... Lessons learned from past bushfires.. His practical recovery tips include: live in the present, not the past or the future; recognise that we cannot control the circumstances and people around us, we can only manage ourselves and how we respond to difficulties or change; keep connected: stay involved with other people; attend community events; set realistic objectives; and find three things each day to be thankful for - research shows this does have a positive, real effect...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
As growers rebuild farms following the bushfires they face land management challenges and opportunities... Lessons learned from past bushfires.. His practical recovery tips include: live in the present, not the past or the future; recognise that we cannot control the circumstances and people around us, we can only manage ourselves and how we respond to difficulties or change; keep connected: stay involved with other people; attend community events; set realistic objectives; and find three things each day to be thankful for - research shows this does have a positive, real effect...
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Using data from the Melbourne Collaborative Cohort Study 1 , the long-term health benefits of eating legumes have now been analysed by researchers from the University of Sydney and the University of Wollongong 2 , an analysis commissioned by the Grains and Legumes Nutrition Council (GLNC)... Researchers Professor Vicki Flood from the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney, and Dr Joanna Russell from the School of Health and Society, University of Wollongong, found the results of this study to be consistent with results of other studies that show diets containing legumes, such as the Mediterranean diet, help protect against heart disease... "Our study found middle-aged people who ate legumes such as baked beans or lentils at least two times a week were 20 per cent less likely to die from cardiovascular disease, including stroke or heart attack...
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SOUTHERN REGION BUILDING EMOTIONAL RESILIENCE Emotional resilience is the willingness and capacity to accept that there will be good and bad times ahead, and to understand your reactions to these experiences and have strategies to manage them... KEY POINTS Accept where you are in life and what life is throwing your way... A resilient mindset and dealing with everyday life issues in a calm and balanced manner consists of: accepting yourself for who you are and accept responsibility for looking after yourself; you can do to change your response - it's oureactions that cause the stress; empathy and viewing life through the eyes of others; communicatingeffectively ; robustdecision-making mechanisms ; dealing withmistakes ; dealing well withsuccess and knowing what you're good at; listening to your inner voice and having positive self-talk ; understanding what 'pushes your buttons', how you respond and what beingreinforced in the environment that you are in; and following through a resilient life...
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