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Live Life Get Active

Live Life Get Active is building a fitter, healthier and happier Australia and we want people to have fun along the way. With the help of Local Government and Corporate Australia we provide FREE health, fitness and nutritional education both online and in the parks, suburbs and cities of Australia.

How Affirmations Can Increase Motivation

You may have learned from experience that words have power, which is why the adage “be careful what you wish for” remains relevant to this day. This is why words of encouragement can lead you to success, while negative self-talk can result in failure. Affirmation refers to the act of affirming something or declaring it …Read more »

10 Cosy & Healthy Winter Comfort Foods to Keep You Warm & Energised

As the winter chill sets in, there’s nothing more inviting than a warm, hearty meal that not only comforts but also nourishes. We’ve curated a list of 10 cosy and healthy winter comfort food recipes that will keep you warm and energised throughout the season. These recipes are packed with nutrients and flavours, making them …Read more »

5 Secret Keys to Achieving Balance in Your Life

Over the past few years, we’ve all had to deal with a lot of stress and change. Many of us have had to adjust to new lifestyle changes, such as remote work and increased parenting responsibilities. Achieving the right balance in such an uncertain and difficult time may be challenging, especially if you’re also caring …Read more »

Understanding the Impact of Respect

When we look at the importance of self respect, we quickly learn that you need to feel it to properly show respect to others. This article further explores the effects of respect on all our relationships. Respect is the foundation of all strong, healthy relationships of all kinds; partners, friends, colleagues, or acquaintances. It helps …Read more »

Are There ‘Good’ And ‘Bad’ Foods?

How you talk and think about what you consume has a massive impact on your relationship with food. There are many words and phrases that can result in a negative relationship with food. We often label foods as ‘good’ or ‘bad’. We may call nutritious foods, such as fruits, vegetables, and lean proteins, as ‘good’. …Read more »

6 Ways to Build Self-Respect (And Why It’s Important)

What is Respect? Over the next two weeks, we’ll be looking at the importance of respect and its impact on you, your relationships and your mental health. Respect is all about showing care, concern and regard for others feelings and treating others the same way you would like to be treated.  However, it’s hard to …Read more »

How Restrictive Diets Disrespect Your Body & Health

In today’s world, it’s easy to fall into the trap of restrictive diets. They promise quick fixes and instant results, but what they don’t tell you is how harmful they can be to your body and overall wellbeing. As we delve into the reasons why restrictive diets disrespect your body and health, we’ll uncover why …Read more »

The Foods Every Aussie Bloke Should Eat To Protect Their Hearts

G’day, fellas! When it comes to lookin’ after our hearts, what we put on our plates can make a huge difference. Before we dive into the tucker talk, let’s kick things off with a few eye opening facts: FACT: Heart disease is the leading killer of Aussie blokes. FACT: 4 in 5 heart deaths under …Read more »

How To Better Support the Men in Your Life

Mental health is an essential issue for everyone, but it is often overlooked in men. Men are often socialised to keep their feelings bottled up. This can make them reluctant to speak to their friends or partners about their mental illness or seek treatment, making it difficult for those close to them to understand and …Read more »

How can we minimise our stress at home?

Stress doesn’t discriminate. When we think of stress, we often associate it with work. In reality, stress is not limited to this aspect of life. After a long day of work, we want to relax and spend time with the ones we love, but the mountain of daily responsibilities can make home a stressful place …Read more »