Like many locals, Queensland Country Health Fund has been saddened to see the impact of the recent significant rain event and associated flooding in North Queensland.
Whether you’re already a gym goer, regular mover and shaker or starting fresh, you can take part in our 30 Days of Fitness. Here's our second workout routine for you to finish the challenge with or use it to get started (it's never too late!).
Do you truly care about others? Yes? I thought so. Can you say that you apply that same measure of care to yourself? Ah-huh, this is where it gets interesting! I’m a psychologist by trade, but also a mum, a wife, a business owner, a leader, a manager and an adventurer (according to me). I try to practice what I preach. The question I have for you is - do you?
Whether you’re already a gym goer, regular mover and shaker or starting fresh, you can take part in our 30 Days of Fitness. We’ve already prepared a workout routine for you to get started and progress throughout the month. Get the workout routine here!
Healthy bliss balls are an alternative to your traditional Christmas rum balls and make a great addition to fill your FREE DIY gift box pyramids. If you're not a sweet-tooth give our coconut and lemon bliss balls a try. Give the gift of a healthy treat this Christmas.
Healthy bliss balls are an alternative to your traditional Christmas rum balls and make a great addition to fill your FREE DIY gift box pyramids. Give the gift of a healthy treat this Christmas.
We love chia seeds because they're high in fibre and extremely versatile! You can use them as an egg replacer to make vegan or egg allergy safe meals. You can even use them to make a jelly-like texture in foods, for example pudding. Plus, they're high in fibre, Omega-3's and antioxidants. We also love this quick and easy recipe to make your very own homemade jam in 10 minutes!
Drought affected farmers in Queensland will be better off thanks to the kindness of Queensland Country Members. The recent Queensland Country ‘Buy a Bale’ Drought Appeal raised a total of $79,774.20. This is the equivalent of an incredible 14 trucks of hay for Queensland farmers.
This Christmas instead of having to punch another hole in your belt buckle, sticking to some handy tips and strategies will prevent that unwanted gain when the New Year rolls around.