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Ways to be frugal – Top tips to tighten the belt and boost your savings

Posted by LLL

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COVID-19 has presented Australians with many challenges in recent months; financially, physically, emotionally and spiritually. Financial challenges, in particular, may have impacted individuals and families who were previously comfortable, and they’re now looking for ways to tighten their spending. Before heading to the shops next time, take a moment to...

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Important features to consider in a personal savings account

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When choosing a savings account provider, who to trust with your money is one of the most important decisions you’ll have to make. With more than two months of lockdowns behind us, many people have been able to save some extra cash by restricting spending to the bare necessities, concerned...

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An Aesop Fable and the structure of a story (Story Tip 2)

Posted by Marie Pawsey

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The dog and the bone is an Aesop Fable, which has here been adapted to an Australian setting.  [Aesop’s Fables, along with parables, are well-known forms of story.]    Read the fable like you are watching a video – where much of the story is in the vision.  And notice how...

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Parables (Story Tip 5)

Posted by Marie Pawsey

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Jesus is renowned for telling parables.  Many of them are written down in the Bible in Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.  Here are two parables Jesus told. They are very short, but can you see the orientation, complication, solution, resolution and coda?  By the way, did you notice where the...

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