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Su Reynolds

Rentvesting as an investment strategy

Rent-vesting is an increasingly mainstream strategy for those seeking to break into the property market or expand their portfolio without it having an impact on their lifestyle. It breaks the...

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August 9, 2019
First National Byron

Faithing

At the Byron Writer’s Festival last weekend, First National Byron Principal and founder of the festival Chris Hanley OAM, sat in conversation with Rev. Tim Costello; The former Mayor of...

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August 5, 2019
Su Reynolds

7 tips to Feng Shui your home

Embracing the ancient Chinese spatial laws of feng shui is a leap of faith for those who don’t believe a home can have a money or relationship sector. Yet, the philosophy can...

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August 2, 2019
First National Byron

Pick and Choose

Choose Your Own Adventure was a favourite book series of mine as a child – written with alternative storylines for you to choose – that jump and skip through the...

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July 26, 2019
Su Reynolds

10 tips for a top laundry

Few things are less pleasurable than laundry. The pile of dirty clothes in an overflowing basket triggers more ‘other things to do’ in me than almost any other domestic task....

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July 26, 2019
First National Byron

The Ramen Situation

Household savings in Australia are at an all time low level of 1% of the household income. According to MorganStanley, Australians also have debt-levels at 189%…which means that for every...

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July 19, 2019
First National Byron

Do Good Fences Make Good Neighbours?

Robert Frost (a poet for the ages) in his poem, Mending Wall, said that “good fences make good neighbours”. In the pastoral context, the phrase is about paying proper care...

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July 12, 2019
First National Byron

A Story About Lasagne

History is ‘story ‘and the thing with story is that most of the time, we tell a story from start to finish. For stories to make sense, they need to...

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