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Embrace training to stay relevant in an ever-changing workplace.

How to stay relevant at work


Companies are moving toward automation over human skills. Here's what you need to do to stay relevant at work.

Money Work
9 months ago
(Ys Comment)

Discussion of the week

Do you have a canny tip for saving money.

Share your money-saving hacks here

Everyone loves to save a dollar or two when they can. Do you have any money-saving tips to share with your YsFriends?

About 1 year ago
(Money & Business)

Your Memories

I hated school, but felt free during the daily walk there and back.

Do you remember walking to school?

Walking the few kilometres to and from school used to be a favourite part of my day. That's not the case for today's kids.

Culture Community Nostalgia
12 months ago

Your Stories

Cows enjoying the breeze from fans.

Wind turbines keeping cows cool, and other tales

My wife has a habit of putting her foot in it and it can be so funny, I have to share.

Domestic Travel Relationships Community Australia
9 months ago

Your Rants

Who's worse, member unions or business? Picture: Supplied.

Are unions as bad as business?

Employer unions, employee unions or unethical business. Who's worse?

Money Work Politics
9 months ago

Your Causes

photo credit @geoff.

Why invest in women and girls?

As we celebrate International Women's Day today, we'd love you to ponder this Desmond Tutu quote, which we totally agree with.

Support a Cause Kindness Community
9 months ago

A hypnotic look at how Japanese Samurai swords are made

No one object represents the Japanese dedication to craftsmanship and pursuit of perfection than the sword.

Culture International Travel Japan
Originally from openculture.com
(Entertainment & Culture)

Japan's weird taste for discrimination against 'type Bs'

If you have Type B or AB blood in Tokyo, you may not want to admit it, lest you be considered impulsive, even degenerate.

Culture Japan Health
Originally from thedailybeast.com
(Health & Beauty)

Tokyo restaurant employs waiters with dementia

And you never know what you’re getting

Dementia Food Japan Health
Originally from boredpanda.com
(Health & Beauty)
Maiko girls, Geisha apprentices, Kyoto, Japan.

13 lessons we can learn from the Japanese

Most cultures have at least a few enviable quirks or customs. However, no country, for me at least, has as many as Japan.

Travel Culture Japan
Originally from traveller.com.au

Reasons to visit Tokyo in 2017

The places to brunch, lunch, dine and stay right now in Japan's capital.

Travel Food Japan
Originally from gourmettraveller.com.au

Up from Hiroshima

70 years ago, an American bomber dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan. In this piece from August 1995, Ted Gup visits the...

History Japan
Originally from nationalgeographic.com.au

20 things that will shock first time visitors to Japan

It's no insult to say that Japan is strange. Because to first-time visitors, everything in this amazing land is so different...

Travel Culture Japan
Originally from traveller.com.au
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Your Great Australians

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When it comes to great bloggers you can connect with, this list has you covered.

20 mature bloggers worth following

Looking for Australian...

(Entertainment & Culture) Almost 2 years ago
They may be hideous, but geez, some toby jugs are valuable.

Is your toby jug worth a fortune?

Did you know that some of...

(Nostalgia) 9 months ago
The Australian Car.

Remembering the mighty Holden EH

While the EH Holden, even...

(Pastimes) 9 months ago

Ripper dad jokes get a laugh

Here's my pick of some of...

(Love & Relationships) Over 2 years ago
photo credit @geoff.

Why invest in women and girls?

As we celebrate...

(Kindness) 9 months ago
Weekly Poll
Photographic memories
It's 35 years since the Ash Wednesday bushfires in South Australia and Victoria claimed 75 lives and more than 2500 buildings.