Collection of Omnia Newsletter articles from 2016.
Well it is that time of the year again where we decorate the house and wait for the big fat man to come sliding down the chimney. Or through the front door for most Australians. And what better time than to add this crowd pleasing cob loaf to the menu. Ingredients Cob Loaf 250g spinach
There is scientific evidence that 30 min of exercise per day is extremely beneficial to short and long term health, however, you would be surprised at how many people do not do any form of exercise. Ever! Understanding that we all have busy schedules and do not make time for fitness, we should really reevaluate
Here at Omnia we are proud of our staff and how they have grown within the company! For those of you have liked our Facebook page, you will have seen that we have been posting our company favorites for the past few weeks. This ranges from newly appointed staff to our spectacular admin team and
A few weeks ago we held our biannual panel discussion at our Gold Coast office - lovingly nicknamed The Palace. We had the honourable Stuart Robert present, as well as John Collingnon our SMSF guru and CEO of C2 Super, Lisa Kearnes of Ignite Alliance and Dr Mark Sinclair our go to Financial Services Educator.
Stress impacts our mind including thoughts and feelings as well as our bodies. Whilst it can release hormones and adrenaline that provide a coping mechanism or giving us the ability to ‘think on our toes’ and deal with the problem at hand, chronic stress if left unmanaged can lead to more serious ailments such as
On November 8th 2016 Republican Candidate Donald Trump and his supporters sent shockwaves through the world by completely slaughtering the United States of America's (USA) election for their 45th Quadrennial President. The 2016 Presidential race was seen as one of the most bitter and venomous races of all time, and with either candidates winning, the
Gen-Y are currently facing a huge downsize in being first home owners, dropping from 54% to 34% in last 10 years. The average young Australian between the ages of 25 - 35 years have either made a lifestyle choice and have chosen to keep renting near their place of work or play as they have
It’s difficult to pay for Christmas out of December’s pay packet alone, so it makes sense to save up as much as you can beforehand. The earlier you start saving, the less you need to put aside each month. Even a small amount over a few months can make a big difference. Setting
With the US election in the imminent future — November 8th to be exact — it is important for us to look into the potential effects a Trump Presidency could have on the Australian economy, given that he has some very strong views on how the US is handling immigration, talking about building a wall