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Life Balance Series: Female? Well-educated? Living in the ACT, Queensland or Victoria? Working long/unsocial hours? Study claims these are serious risk factors for work-life balance issues.

The Work-Life Institute has a report called the Reality Check. And it’s packed full of findings that explain the factors leading to poor work-life balance, and the issues it can cause. It’s an interesting report to read, because it gives you some data on a much talked about issue. And interestingly, they include a graph on […]

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Special sphinxx offer: $50 off a Sydney Clear Choices Seminar – learn how to make the right decisions for you, how to reconnect with you direction and energy and get what you really want out of life

“Too often women short change themselves in their choices. They choose based on what others will think, or expect, or what they have time for. Join me and learn how to make clear choices for yourself. I believe a happier energized you, is beneficial to all.” – Shar Henderson, Clear Choices For most working women, there is a constant battle to work to your full […]

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Life Balance Series: User-friendly website full of winter getaways to beat your winter woes

Working in winter can be depressing. The cold and usually copious amounts of rain makes exercising outdoors hard, and even getting to work becomes an unpleasant battle. Everyone is decked out in grey and black, and gets slowly paler from lack of sun. And I know from talking to the sphinxx members that this is […]

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Is Work-Life Balance the wrong phrase? Thoughts inspired by a readers blog comment

At sphinxx we’ve been running a work-life balance series of blogs for the last month. And we’ve had a lot of positive feedback, suggestions and discussions. One of the most interesting has been a comment by Babette, a sphinxx reader. Posted on the blog about the launch of the work-life balance series she wrote: “I strongly believe […]

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New Blog from Caitlin Reed, guest blogger dietician and fitness expert with practical tips and approach info on how to avoid winter weight gain

When the mercury starts to drop outside, many of us move ourselves inside to where it’s warm. Exercise sessions are replaced with comfort food in front of the television. We pull on loose trackie pants and jumpers to cover the few extra kilos we’re putting on. But come summer when we’re expected to wear less […]

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Introducing our Life Balance series

It’s a constant concern for many working women, but recently I’ve been having more conversations, and running a couple of polls that have put the work-life balance struggle a priority issue. So for the next few weeks I will be writing a series of blogs about work life balance that will include tips, research findings […]

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"We need to liberate men in order to liberate women." Our Goodwill Ambassador Anne Hathaway speaking on paid parental leave on International #WomensDa...

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