Small changes to help kick-start a happier, healthier 2016

Eva Bennett - Inspiring and Retiring
Eva Bennett - Inspiring and Retiring

HERE is my anagram to kick-start 2016, similar to one I did for 2014 and received some great feedback on.

You could print a couple of copies, one for your home and one for your workplace, to keep you on track, by creating a habit of noting down the things you have accomplished each week.

Every small change for the better is another step forward to lead a happier, healthier life.

Happiness is a state of mind. Money doesn't automatically bring happiness.

Allow yourself to enjoy the magic moments of everyday life.

People who are friendly and caring are better to be around than negative people.

Practise, practise, practise! Old habits don't disappear overnight.

Yesterday has gone. Learn to live in the present without regrets.

Never give up. Life is a learning curve. Grow and move on.

Every cloud has a silver lining. New doors of opportunity are ready to open.

Where there's a will, there's a way. Stay strong and determined.

You deserve to have a great year. Bring your special dream into reality.

Enjoy the fruits of your labour. Life's too short to put the brakes on.

Affirm to yourself that you are ready to live the best life you can.

Relax and be thankful for the good in your life. Feel free to share this with others.

Next month I will share a pattern of achieving fulfilment, that has helped me.

Eva Bennett:


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Good changes to ANZAC service at Tewantin

ANZAC DAY: The  honour guard at the Tewantin Anzac Day dawn service.

Tewantin Noosa RSL Dawn Service will be done differently this year.

What's on: Brisbane

LEST WE FORGET: We can all pay our respects by attending an Anzac Day event.

Services are being held in your region so you can pay your respects.

The Trumpet Calls - WWI Tribute at museum

VALUED MEMORABILIA: Daphne Heaton holding the plaque issued to Private Roberts' family following his death in 1918. The personalised plaque, often referred to as the "Dead Man's Penny", was issued to next-of-kin of all service personnel who were killed as a result of the war.

The Nambour Museum is located at 18 Mitchell Street, Nambour.