43 days ago

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2 hours ago

Carer/ Support worker ( Personal Assistant) wanted for Lady on a lifestyle block in Tauranga

Peter from Pyes Pa

We are looking for 1-2 male or female Personal assistants ( Level 2+ or similar ideally) for immediate start to do home help, outings and other in or out door tasks which may come up on a lifestyle block just out of Tauranga. The hours we are seeking to cover are 8am to 11am with at times extended hours as need be, Mo- Fr. to help this lady to structure her life on a daily basis. This is a contracted position as the lady here is covered under the National Serious Injury Services. Your key qualities are dependable, energetic and fit to get things done, honest and friendly with a kind disposition and being very respectful. You must be animal friendly and part of your work is helping with animals from dogs, goats, chicken etc. If you are interested to work in quite a diverse and out of the box setting, please phone Peter 02041741215 for a chat.

14 hours ago

What is you body reflecting back at you?

Lynne from Cherrybarn Bowen

So here's a question.
What stories is your mind telling you or replaying?
very time you notice.

That ache again
The tight jaw
Your energy dropping
The scratchy throat....

Is there a pattern?

If there is then next time do the opposite to what you brain is feeling.
Stretch.
Relax the jaw and smile.
Stand up and move, get outside and walk, jump up and down if it feels right.
Do something you enjoy.

It's the old saying "mind over matter"

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15 hours ago

Tauriko for Tomorrow

Communications from Tauranga City Council

This week, Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency and Tauranga City Council project teams will be at Tauranga Crossing to provide an update on where the Tauriko for Tomorrow project is at and answer any questions you may have.

We’ll be sharing an update on:
- proposed long-term options for the transport network
- community planning for Tauriko West
- short-term transport upgrades to facilitate access and improve safety.

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