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Y Mag Reader Profile: Natasha Wagner

Y Mag Reader Profile: Natasha Wagner

You love YMag because? …. This is a magazine that you just don’t want to throw away after you have read it! YMag empowers you to be you, there is nothing superficial about this magazine it is a real, heart centred magazine created with the purpose of positive change and support for each and every…

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By Support, March 4, 2019
Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway – By Moana Robinson

Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway – By Moana Robinson

Susan Jeffers wrote “Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway”.   Look at saying “yes” to opportunities.  If  “no” look at why are you saying no? Fears could come up about anything …travelling to a different country, trying a new sport, or starting a new business. It could be seeing your first client, meeting the new…

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By Sheridan, October 26, 2018
I Need More Time – By Moana Robinson

I Need More Time – By Moana Robinson

How many of us are always saying we don’t have enough time?  We all have the same amount of hours in a day, days in a week, weeks in a month and months in a year. It is how we use that time that counts.  Some of the most common wishes are more time for:…

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By Support, August 22, 2018
Dress Codes For Events – By Moana Robinson

Dress Codes For Events – By Moana Robinson

Following is a Dress Code guideline for Work and Various Other Events: Business Casual Dress Code (For Example – Networking Events, Day to Day Work) Women: Skirts, dress pants, long-sleeved or three-quarter sleeved tops, dresses and jackets with long, short or three-quarter sleeves Men: Buttoned or polo shirt, with dress pants, V-neck sweater, blazer or…

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By Support, July 18, 2018
LEGS 11 My Life In Front Of The Lights and Backstage – By Rhonda Burchmore

LEGS 11 My Life In Front Of The Lights and Backstage – By Rhonda Burchmore

After 30 years in the business, Australia’s most loved dancing queen—the vivacious, flame-haired beauty Rhonda Burchmore continues to turn heads wherever she goes and draw thunderous applause wherever she performs. From cabaret shows to the big screen, Rhonda has done it all with hard work and determination. In her memoir Legs 11, Rhonda takes her…

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By Support, May 14, 2018
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Taking A Leap For Good… With Less – By Zoë Robinson

Taking A Leap For Good… With Less – By Zoë Robinson

Four months ago I took a leap for good, and while it has been a roller-coaster, I wouldn’t change a thing. In my former life, which is how I now consider it, I worked in professional services as a lawyer, and then in internal strategy for a big four accounting firm, for around eight years….

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By Support, May 3, 2018
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Toxic People In The Workplace – By Emma Wilson

Toxic People In The Workplace – By Emma Wilson

We all know toxic people or at least used to know them before getting them out of our lives. It’s one thing to be friends or acquaintances but quite another forced into regular work contact. Luckily, we have tricks to empower us and every very problem is an opportunity to develop our skills. What is…

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By Support, May 2, 2018
Noelle Rose Andressen Inspires You To Overcome Tragedy With Triumph

Noelle Rose Andressen Inspires You To Overcome Tragedy With Triumph

I vowed that if I survived this cancer war I would use my life, skills, and talents to encourage the masses. I wasn’t expected to live but I surprised everyone including myself and thrived! My name is Noelle Rose Andressen. It’s strange how saying your name after enduring a tragedy can sound different to you;…

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By Support, April 17, 2018
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CEO of Friends With Dignity, Steps Up To Put An End To Domestic Violence – By Manuela Whitford

CEO of Friends With Dignity, Steps Up To Put An End To Domestic Violence – By Manuela Whitford

I don’t have a personal DV story but what I can say is that I know and understand what living in fear means. Seven years ago I moved to Australia from South Africa seeking a life where I no longer had to live in fear! About two years before immigrating, leaving family, friends and the…

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By Support, April 5, 2018
How I Found My Purpose Surviving Chronic Pain and Illness – By Dawn Cady

How I Found My Purpose Surviving Chronic Pain and Illness – By Dawn Cady

“ There was a time when I was in so much pain that I believed taking my own life would ease the burden on my husband and 18 month old son.  I’m so grateful that I made the right choice, and can now see the gift in that dark time: the ability to authentically help…

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By Support, March 27, 2018
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Shar Moore is the CEO/Founder of YMag®, a Multi-International Award Winning Mentor, Keynote Speaker, Author, Mum and Nani. Her work with women globally, has led her to publish YMag®, encouraging people to be the best version of themselves, by living their Y.
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