Tuesday, June 07, 2022

A Summer of Cricket?

 I am traditionalist when it comes to cricket. I do a double take when the headlines say "Australian Cricket etc..." but lose interest when the talk switches to women players... many I don't know.

some years ago, a visiting colleague from India asked where the people playing cricket were.... on the drive from the airort to my home! Then I read about a young indian Player who had to disguise herself to play with the boys before anyone would talk her seriously. 




I think I shoud just give up on sport!!

Todays #Hashtags.

                1.        #NFT
                2.        #GST
                3.        #AustralianCricket
                4.        #MortgageStress
                5.        #BorderWars
                6.        #Eletion 2022
                7.        #Afl
                8.        #Ukraine
                9.        #RealEstatecorrectin



Monday, June 06, 2022

GST rears its head after Albo beomes PM

Western Australia gets less than 70c in the $1 of all the GST paid in the state but other States want mor... With more states becoming labour States the pressure is groeing for Alboneses to succombe to them....




What do you think?

Todays #Hashtags.

                1.        #NFT
                2.        #GST
                3.        #AustralianCricket
                4.        #MortgageStress
                5.        #BorderWars
                6.        #Eletion 2022
                7.        #Afl
                8.        #Ukraine
                9.        #RealEstatecorrectin

Sunday, June 05, 2022

Rex Airlines are blaming qantas for all their trouble!

 Rex Airlines has reignited a longstanding battle with Qantas over its fleet expansion into previously Rex-exclusive routes, after pulling out from a key battleground.

Rex announced it will exit the Melbourne-Albury route after 39 years, with its final service on the route to take place on 29 May. It comes after Qantas took on the service in February 2021, with the move to see Qantas claim a monopoly on the route.



Melbourne-Albury was one of the first eight previously Rex-exclusive routes that Qantas subsequently entered, which sparked a fiery war of words between the two carriers, and an ongoing back-and-forth that has seen both airlines battling over each other’s regional routes.

Todays #Hashtags.

                1.        #NFT
                2.        #GST
                3.        #AustralianCricket
                4.        #MortgageStress
                5.        #BorderWars
                6.        #Eletion 2022
                7.        #Afl
                8.        #Ukraine
                9.        #RealEstatecorrectin

Saturday, June 04, 2022

Russian advance slows in the east

Russian officials have said their forces are fighting for the "complete liberation" of the Donbas, which broadly refers to Ukraine's eastern regions of Donetsk and Luhansk, where Russian-backed separatists held significant territory before the invasion.




Russia has made slow but significant advances in the east, with the governor of Luhansk saying in May that Russians forces controlled more than 90% of the region.per-cent-third-dose.html


Todays #Hashtags.

                1.        #NFT
                2.        #GST
                3.        #AustralianCricket
                4.        #MortgageStress
                5.        #BorderWars
                6.        #Eletion 2022
                7.        #Afl
                8.        #Ukraine
                9.        #RealEstatecorrectin
                10.      #ChangeofStatus

Friday, June 03, 2022

WA reaches 80 per cent third dose vaccination milestone

 Should you get a 5th dose for covid or the flu?

  • WA records an 80.1 per cent third dose COVID-19 vaccination coverage
  • More Western Australians now better protected against the Omicron strain
  • World-leading vaccination rates reduce severity and high number of hospitalisations due to COVID-19

A total of 80.1 per cent of Western Australians, aged 16 and older, have now received a third dose of a COVID-19 vaccination, the highest rate of all State and Territories in a major achievement for WA.

 

As of yesterday, June 3rd, the national average of the third dose rate reported was 65.3 per cent.

 

WA's world-leading vaccination rates have contributed to the State securing a soft landing through the Omicron wave, reducing hospitalisations and ICU admissions.




This important achievement would not have been possible without the community of Western Australia pulling together and Rolling Up to protect each other and the WA community against COVID-19.

 

Western Australians who have not yet received a third dose are urged to get vaccinated and those who are eligible are encouraged to receive a fourth winter booster dose when due to further protect themselves from the virus.

 

The winter booster is now available and recommended for those eligible, to further protect at-risk individuals including:

  • adults aged 65 years and older;
  • residents of aged care or disability care facilities;
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 50 years and older; and
  • people aged 16 years and older with severe immunosuppression, who are already on their fourth dose - meaning this group will be obtaining their fifth dose, as part of their winter booster vaccine.
  • The winter booster can be given from four months after the person has received their third dose or last booster dose.

  • Todays #Hashtags.

                    1.        #NFT
                    2.        #GST
                    3.        #AustralianCricket
                    4.        #MortgageStress
                    5.        #BorderWars
                    6.        #Eletion 2022
                    7.        #Afl
                    8.        #Ukraine

Thursday, June 02, 2022

Fremantle AFL trendsetters

 Fremantle midfielder Andrew Brayshaw wants to be the next Dockers captain, saying it’s something he has “definitely dreamed about” since arriving at the club.



Brayshaw, who’s on a long-term deal until at least the end of 2025, said he is focused on winning the club an inaugural premiership.

The young mid has played 79 games for the Dockers since being drafted from Victoria with pick two in the 2017 draft.

Todays #Hashtags.

                1.        #NFT
                2.        #GST
                3.        #AustralianCricket
                4.        #MortgageStress
                5.        #BorderWars
                6.        #Eletion 2022
                7.        #Afl
                8.        #Ukraine
                9.        #RealEstatecorrectin
                10.      #ChangeofStatus

Wednesday, June 01, 2022

Ways to Handle Stress in a Real Estate Career

A real estate career can be interesting, exciting, challenging, rewarding, and stressful -- sometimes all in the same day. In addition to dealing with all the moving parts of typical real estate transactions, real estate professionals find themselves responding to market and economic fluctuations and a variety of human emotions on a daily basis. Real estate is also a service-driven career with pressure to perform and please clients, creating another level of stress. Here are five tips that can help you avoid burnout:

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Strive for balance.

It’s easy to slip into an all-work-and-no-play routine as a real estate professional. Between working around clients’ schedules, continuous access to technology, and staying on top of listings and transactions, you can quickly find yourself working around the clock. While you may have to tilt the scale in favor of your career when you’re starting out or during particularly busy seasons, it’s vital to find ways to maintain a wholesome work-life balance that enables you to relax, rewind, and recharge on a regular basis. If you’re finding it hard to find an equilibrium, try blocking out time on a daily, weekly, monthly, and quarterly basis for family time, hobbies, getaways, fun, and self-care.  You’ll find you’re a better real estate professional when you’re leading a well-rounded life.  

Todays #Hashtags.

                1.        #NFT
                2.        #GST
                3.        #AustralianCricket
                4.        #MortgageStress
                5.        #BorderWars
                6.        #Eletion 2022
                7.        #Afl
                8.        #Ukraine
                9.        #RealEstatecorrectin
                10.      #ChangeofStatus