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    The Westsider: August, 2022

    The Westsider is a not-for-profit, monthly community newspaper, written by volunteers and delivered to hundreds of pick-up points across the inner west each month.

    NOTE FROM THE EDITOR

    Personal well-being is vitally important, not just for you but for the quality of what you bring to the world, and that benefits all of us.

    WOMEN’S FOOTY A WINNER IN THE WEST

    Women’s footy has existed in Victoria for over a century— the first recorded match played out in Ballarat in 1918.

    EMBRACING THE SEASONS WITH CHINESE MEDICINE DIETARY THERAPY

    Winter is the season to reflect, conserve energy and build our strength.

    BRINGING PETS TO THOSE WHO NEED THEM MOST

    For those that are lonely, patting an animal addresses a human need for physical contact and relieves stress.

    SAFE AND INCLUSIVE HEALTH CARE IS GROWING IN THE WEST

    Let’s make the Inner West leaders of inclusion and encourage an embracing and empathetic attitude amongst all health providers. 

    SUNNYWEST

    I've never felt so confident and accepted in a work environment before.

    MOVE YOUR BODY TO CHANGE YOUR MIND

    The benefits of physical activity extend far beyond the known effects of mood enhancing hormones.

    TIPS TO HELP YOU WARD OFF THE WINTER BLUES, AND FIND YOUR INVINCIBLE SUMMER…

    There is a range of informative and fun online and face-to-face short courses and workshops available at (YCC) for all ages and abilities this month.

    MONEY MENTOR’S ANGELA MARTIN

    Thinking about your financial situation as part of your overall well-being is a great way to start to make constructive changes to how you manage your money.

    BORROWING FROM THE BANK OF MUM AND DAD

    If you are about to give or receive funds to or from family members, get in touch with our team to ensure both the funds and your family are protected.  

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