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Peregian Christmas Lights

Wanting to find out where all the amazing Christmas light displays are around Peregian Springs?

Love your Doorstep will be compiling a list for your enjoyment.  If you would like your address
added to the list, please email tanya@loveyourdoorstep.com

  • 15 Kingsmill Cct, Peregian Springs
  • 9 Bellbird Place, Peregian Springs
  • 116 The Avenue, Peregian Springs
  • 5 Beachwood Place, Peregian Springs
  • Penina Close, Peregian Springs
  • 19 Feathertail Place, Peregian Springs
  • Doral Drive, Peregian Springs
  • 3 Honey Mytle Close, Peregian Springs

 

Christmas Lights Map

Christmas lights map 2017

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PEREGIAN/ COOLUM TRICK OR TREAT HOUSEHOLDS

We are in the process of compiling a list of housholds in the Peregian/ Coolum area who will be par-taking in Halloween. If you would like your address included, please email tanya@loveyourdoorstep.com

Peregian Springs

  • 5 Penina Close, Peregian Springs
  • 61 gainsborough cres, Peregian Springs
  • 8 Nicklaus Lane, Peregian Springs
  • 2/14 Kauri Crescent, Peregian Springs
  • 49 Kauri Crescent, Peregian Springs
  • 204 The Avenue, Peregian Springs
  • 115 The Avenue, Peregian Springs
  • 19 Feather Place, Peregian Springs
  • 5 Balgownie Drive Peregian Springs
  • 2 Stanwich close, Peregian Springs
  • 51 Forest Ridge Circuit, Peregian Springs 
  • 21 Forest Ridge Circuit, Peregian Springs (Including Allergy Friendly treats)
  • 9 Forest Rige Circuit, Peregian Springs
  • 9 Swift Place, Peregian Springs
  • 5 Beachwood Place Peregian Springs (also collecting donations for Hummingbird House on the night)
  • 1 Curlew Way Peregian Springs
  • 9 Radiata Place, Peregian Springs 
  • Maidstone Cres, Peregian Springs
  • 16 Cypress Place, Peregian Springs
  • 57 Northridge Ave, Peregian Springs (We are in the Terraces (the latest part of the Pavilions) off the roundabout left and at the very bottom of Curlew Way, then right into North Ridge Ave.  we are the first house, No.57)
  • 25 Riviera cres Peregian Springs
  • 19 sliver gull crescent, Peregian Springs
  • 73 Balgownie Drive Peregian Springs
  • 3 Conifer Court Peregian Springs

 Halloween Map PS

 Coolum Beach

  • 11 Tradewinds Ave, Coolum Beach
  • Cordellia Street, Coolum Beach

 

ALLERGY AWARENESS

We'd like all our food allergy friends to have a safe and happy Halloween. If you are organising a trick-or-treat in your local neighbourhood or school. Share our printable NON-FOOD TREATS HERE poster, so our friends with allergies can join in the fun too.

Some examples that kids love - glow sticks, novelty Halloween toys, stickers, bubbles and pencil toppers. Check out your local discount store for more ideas. SPREAD the word with your friends and make this Halloween fun for everyone!

For further information, please visit https://www.facebook.com/Myfoodallergyfriends/posts/1632802703404665

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Fun times ahead with the Council putting play as a priority for Peregian Springs residents.

Construction of the much anticipated dog off-leash area on The Avenue has now commenced.  Council began an extensive community consultation process last year and used the feedback from residents to locate a suitable site.

In the time since, Council has negotiated with the stakeholders such as Unitywater to unlock the under used land opposite the "Duck Pond" park to allow for the creation of the dog off-leash area.

Cr Stephen Robinson has progressed the project by committing Division 9 Capital Works divisional funding to bring forward delivery of the project.

The off-leash area is due for completion around mid-July weather permitting.

Cr Robinson will join the community for the 'cutting of the leash" event on a day yet to be confirmed.

Like us on facebook or see www.peregianspringsnews.com.au for more news on the event.  

June edition is out now!  See https://issuu.com/peregianspringsnews to read about news going on our beautiful doorstep.

 

 

Rebecca Crockett - Editor - Peregian Springs News

 

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All Principals of Independent Public Schools were called into Central Office this week and while everyone was enjoying the Book Week Assembly I listened to a lot of things about School Reviews and inputs and outputs and NAPLAN and outcomes and a bit more about reviews... Hmmm.... Not the most riveting of material.

It got me thinking about what matters, and about what really matters. And it's kids that matter, and it's what they are learning that really matters.

Last week one of our teachers told me that while on duty he had observed Bradley in tears on the ball courts. He saw that Jenny and Suzy had just spoken to him so he asked them what had happened before he then spoke with Bradley himself. Jenny told him that Bradley had been left out of the boy's soccer game because they had even teams already and didn’t want uneven teams. (This seemed a bit mean but to be fair to the boys, Bradley was playing a different game before wanting to join their game). Before the teacher could even say anything in an attempt to resolve the situation – Suzy pipes up and says, 'Maybe I should offer to play too; that way there’d be even teams?' So, off the girls went, called Bradley over, joined the game and everyone was happy. 

This is what really matters. We are teaching kids to solve problems peacefully, to walk in the shoes of others, to be inclusive. And every day we see they are getting it. 

This kind of learning leaves inputs, outputs and reviews for dead!

(I've changed the names but I bet these lovely kids could identify themselves if they read this.)

 

http://www.loveyourdoorstep.com/peregian/local-businesses/Entry-Detail/239-Schools/160-Peregian-Springs-State-School/3-Local-Businesses

 

 

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JUST DO IT! And other tips and hacks for simply getting things done! By Nicky Roche

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| 09/06/2015 | 0 CATEGORY: MINDSET DRIVER

We all hear about productivity being the key to changing your life and business success. We all know that procrastination is the thief of dreams and the ball and chain of goal setting, but there are some fundamental “hacks” and tips to moving forward just a little every day, and making sure that we are one step closer to that picture we have in our minds for our business (and life). Here are few that I have collected along the entrepreneurial journey, and I am sure that there are many that can be added, but it’s a good start !

PUT IT DOWN ON PAPER TO do list Putting it down on paper forces you to organise your thoughts, and also break your task down into bite sized, manageable tasks

START YOUR DAY WITH THE MOST UNPLEASANT TASK FIRST If you get the unpleasant task behind you, the rest of your day will seem easy by comparison

DON’T LET OTHERS OWN YOUR AGENDA One of the best pieces of advice I received along the entrepreneurial journey was making sure that I was defining my OWN agenda, and not allowing others to dictate how I spent my day. As such, I started checking my email AFTER I had achieved items on my agenda first, so that I was not waylaid by other people’s priorities

GET MORE SLEEP Sleep is essential to health, awareness, mindset, energy levels and the ability to learn. Without it, you are starting the battle with one hand behind your back – why would you choose to do that?

DONT WAIT FOR IT TO BE PERFECT One of the hardest thing about being an entrepreneur is that we are hard on ourselves, and always want things to be “perfect” (if there is suhc a thing!). If we wait, we will never launch. Get it out there, 80% perfect is fine, and then fine tune as you go!

SET A TIME LIMIT FOR EACH TASK Parkinson’s Law says that a task will expand into the time allocated to it. Use this to your advantage, and set a time limit for each task – and then move on.

MINIMISE DISTRACTION Sounds obvious but it is amazing how many people working from home don’t allocate a “space” to their work. A “quiet” area where the TV is not playing, or the kids are not building blocks, or your partner is not cooking dinner…..somewhere where the brain can focus fuly in the task at hand. An easy fix….with huge immediate results

BUILD IN PERSONAL TIME Make a “date” for your personal time too – this would include relaxation or exercise, or socialising. It is imperative that you feed your soul as much as you feed your business growth – as the engine behind your business, it is important that you are fire up and motivated and refreshed at each turn in the road.

Patience BE PATIENT Set yourself realistic goals where you can measure your success… and don’t beat yourself up if it’s not perfect, just keep moving forward.

LEARN TO SAY NO Learning to say no is one of the best skills you will develop. No to new commitments, or distractions, or interruptions….. it will keep your focussed to your own commitments and give you time to work

FOCUS ON YOUR PASSION Make sure that the area your are investing your energy actually fires you up. Ensure that your business is aligned with your core values and contributes to you making a difference. Ensure that the project motivates you and you feel excited to make it happen. Without passion, you are pushing uphill.

KEEP THE RIGHT COMPANY I LOVE the saying “you are the sum of the 5 people you spend the most time with” – you will hear me use it again and again. This is the true for both your business and your personal life. From a business perspective, make sure that you are keeping company with people that motivate and inspire you, and have the knowledge and skills to help you move this project forward. Watch the company you keep !

Small-celebration1-300x199CELEBRATE SMALL SUCCESSES Small celebration We are all human and need to pat ourselves on the back every now and then. It keeps us motivated, and it reminds us that we ARE moving forward – and focusing on those things we HAVE achieved, rather than those we haven’t. Learn to celebrate the small successes and milestones. It creates a positive mindset.

JUST DO IT! We’ve all heard the Nike slogan used over and over, and there is a reason for it – fight procrastination and keep moving forward. Make the decision – JUST DO IT!

http://www.loveyourdoorstep.com/peregian/local-businesses/Entry-Detail/260-Business-Consultants/156-Nicky-Roche---Small-Business-Drivers/3-Local-Businesses

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Did you know that the famous "Poppy the Pop Star" is now a Peregian local??  We are so lucky that a local family took her in.  Thanks to the wonderful Davies family!

A little bit about Poppy if you haven't heard about her:

"Hi, my name is Poppy and I am Fiji's most famous dog. I had my nose and ears chopped off and almost starved to death, but I was saved. I now have a brand new nose and the best life in the world in Queensland, Australia.  

I was born somewhere in Fiji. I don't remember where but there were lots of other dogs and we went hunting together. 

My nose was chopped off, I was scared and in a lot of pain. I could not eat and I got very, very hungry and I thought I was going to die. Then the people at Animals Fiji found me. They are lovely. They gave me lots to eat, and looked after me. When I was feeling better some friends from Australia came and fetched me and that was when my amazing new life began.

 I got a new nose in Australia, and a new family who love me. Now I am safe and happy and have the best life in the world. I’d like you to be my Facebook friend so that I can tell you about what I am doing, and help all the little friends I left behind in Fiji.  https://www.facebook.com/poppypopstarfiji/info?tab=page_info

There are so many sad and hungry animals there. Some have horrible injuries and no one to help them. I only hope they will be as lucky as me. You can help them by supporting Animals Fiji http://www.animalsfiji.com/".

The Davies family knew Poppy in Fiji before Poppy was transferred to Australia when they use to visit there.  India Davies raised $3000FJD for Poppy by selling all of her toys and cupcakes to help with her rebilitation.

 

 

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The Peregian Beach Markets

Markets on 1st and 3rd Sunday morning of every month.

 

 

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