Friday, October 7, 2022

Why video is the future of dating apps and how we connect online

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Dating in the 21st century can be quite challenging. It’s no longer as simple as boy-meets-girl and they live happily ever after, we have to account for the messy, confusing and exhausting factors that play into our lives of work and leisure. Thankfully, for most, the surge in dating apps has made finding your significant other a whole lot more convenient. When dating apps first arrived on the scene circa 2009, the path to love was forever changed. Individuals were exposed to an entirely new means of meeting people, engaging in instant conversations, and more openly flirting with the concept of casual sex.

71% of Australians are socially less interactive than pre-pandemic

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LifeWorks, a provider of digital and in-person total wellbeing solutions, released its monthly Mental Health Index™ that showed 71% of Australians are comfortable with less social interaction than pre-pandemic and that this group has a mental health score two points higher than the national average. Additionally, more than half of Australians are, or possibly are, rethinking their career goals in terms of both focus and longevity as a result of the pandemic. The Index found that workers are still under strain with a negative mental health score for the 23rd consecutive month.

Aussies are saving $1,369 off their annual grocery bill by shopping online

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New research from ING reveals the pay offs that can be made by doing the weekly grocery shop online, with the average shopper surveyed saying they’re saving $1,369 a year and getting the equivalent of an extra-long weekend in time back. When compared to heading in-store the research reveals Aussies are buying groceries online to save time (62%), avoid crowds (58%), save money (33%) and limit impulse purchases (31%).

It’s now just a matter of time: Here’s how to prepare your body for...

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With Omicron continuing to spread, it is just a matter of time before many people get COVID. People are scared and worried about what...

Camplify rallies van owners to support victims of the Australian floods

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Over 15,000 homes have been flooded in Queensland with over 45,000 homes left without power and over 60,000 people in New South Wales are under evacuation warnings. The Camplify Flood Relief Program is a solution that offers Camplify van owners, existing and prospective, the opportunity to share their van and help a family in need.

The sun shines brightly for Australian agriculture in the year 2022

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Australia’s agricultural sector is set for another profitable year, with the gross value of agricultural production on track for a 4th year of growth according to Rabobank. The flagship annual Australian Agribusiness Outlook for 2022 is titled ‘Making Hay While the Sun Shines’ and the specialist global agribusiness bank expects a stellar year.

Five Australian affordable rentvesting locations have been revealed

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According to new research from The Female Investor, it is still possible for first-time buyers or investors to purchase an affordable property in many parts of the Australian nation. Co-authors of The Female Investor – Creating Wealth, Security, and Freedom through property, Nicola McDougall and Kate Hill, found affordable rentvesting locations around the nation.

Britons living in Australia warned of having to downsize retirement plans

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Britons living in Australia should consider whether a pension transfer is right for them sooner, before interest rate hikes slam an enhanced window of opportunity shut. This is a warning from deVere Group, an independent financial advisory, asset management and fintech that has more than 80,000 expat clients and $17bn under advice globally.

International Women’s Day: 3 tips for female entrepreneurs to consider

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Female founders still face challenges in getting equal access to opportunities and funding for their businesses. But successful entrepreneur Michele Romanow, co-founder and CEO of Clearco, says the battle is worth it. Clearco, the world’s largest e-commerce investor, has invested $3.2 billion in over 7,000 ecommerce and SaaS companies. It launched in Australia in October 2021 where it has already invested in over 350 e-commerce companies including PhychoHealth , McIntyre Merino, iPantry,  Jolyn, The Beard Market, Vegan Grocery Store and Bhumi.

Seeking.com CEO pledges a rebrand to the dating app after finding love

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Seeking, the world's leading upscale dating website, announced a major rebrand. What started as an elite dating site for finding honest, authentic connections based on success-minded interests has become misrepresented over the years, with the phrase “sugar dating” taking on a more negative, transactional connotation. Through this rebrand, Seeking will ditch the sugar, relaunching as the largest platform for like-minded individuals looking to date up and forge relationships on their own terms.