Friday, 25 November 2016

How to build up trust in the teenagers?

How to build up trust in the teenagers?

As being the parents, we always try our best to protect our children from some vicious and bad things but in the present time, is it the only thing you need to do?

Actually no. if you really want to be close and feel interactive with your children, you need to build up their trust in you that you are there with them all the time, no matter how worse the situation is but you are there with them. Although, parents provide necessary things to their children but there are few thing which is to be taken care while bringing them up.

In the teenage, the children feel alone many times, they feel that no one is there to understand them, which is a sign of lacking confidence and trust in their parents. They feel dejected, which is a very bad symbol for any parents.

In the contemporary world, you can't even imagine how many corners; your child can get affected. The internet is such a behemoth that can destroy or can make the life on any individual; simply implying the two faces of the coin.

Most importantly, when children feel alone, they want comfort and warmness from you and when they don't get both the things, they imply that they can't rely on you anymore.

So, what steps you can take to save your child?

If you seriously want to save your child then just abolish the word "IF" from your life. This word has already destroyed many lives, and no one knows who could be next.

Avoid this word from your world, be friendly with your child, and don't make them feel alone; always persuade them as a friend and share their feelings. Build up confidence and boost morale in them, these few simple and small steps will keep your child close to you and as well as safe.

Friday, 18 November 2016

The Sydney's Zoo Celebrates First Puggle Births In Decades

The Taronga Zoo of Sydney is celebrating its first baby echidnas, or puggles as they are better known, in almost 30 years.
The beautiful three babies had hatched from their eggs in August; but the mainly keepers wanted to see them growing before going to public.
"Echidnas are notoriously difficult to breed in human care, but keepers are pleased with the progress of the tiny trio," the zoo said.
Now, the puggles have opened their eyes and are developing the spines characteristic of their species, which feels that how slowly and gradually they get connected to their spices.

Though they have not been given the names by the keepers but are also not expected to leave their burrows until the early next year. Till then they will be mostly sleeping.
The zoo has already built a special nursery burrows to house the arrivals as it is the part of its new echidna-breeding facility.
The smallest and the cutest puggle currently weighs about 250g (9oz).
The Echidnas are the one of only two Australian mammals that lay eggs (the other is the duck-billed platypus).
The baby echidnas hatches after 10 days and are carried around by their mothers in a pouch-like skin fold for up to two months. After that they are placed in their burrows, with their mother returning to feed them daily or every few days.The three new born puggles have different mothers. The youngest puggle was born to mother Pitpa, who was the last echidna born at Taronga in 1987.
Well, this beautiful news possibly will excite many animal lovers to arrive at Zoo to see these infants.

Saturday, 12 November 2016

Industrial Real Estate

Industrial property is used for industrial purposes.  It sounds simple, but it comes in all shapes and sizes and covers a huge range of business types.

Industrial properties can generally be broken down into three sizes: small, large and enormous.

Small industrial sites include single or double-storey buildings zoned for industrial use. These often have flexible interior space, usually a mix of warehouse and office space. ‘Flex’ spaces are used by small businesses such as mechanics, research laboratories and start-ups.

Large industrial properties include medium to large warehouses and factories that are designed to manufacture or store goods. They include distribution companies such as third party logistics (3PLs).

On the larger end of the scale are the ‘big box’ industrial spaces. These enormous industrial spaces are used as logistics and distribution centers that hold and then distribute finished goods to stores and/or directly to customers.  If you think of the type of warehouse Amazon would have, you will get the idea.

Higher rents = higher yields

One of the attractive aspects of investing in industrial property is the higher rental incomes and yields (the annual return on investment) they offer.

Industrial property is usually valued in relation to the square meters available and can offer yields of 8%, compared to say just 4%-5% on a house.

Another advantage is that most industrial leases include fixed annual price increases, which are often linked to CPI.

Longer Leases

Industrial tenants are usually willing to sign long lease agreements (up to 10 years in some cases) that provide investors with much greater security than a typical residential lease. 




Sunday, 6 November 2016



A key challenge in the fashion industry is bridging the gap from production to procurements. A group of 24 Greek fashion and accessories designers and brands are presently reducing that distance by unveiling their summer 2017 offerings to a previously uncharted market – as far as their work goes – Australia.

The medium being used is the Greek Style Council, a podium for presenting and encouraging Greek designers in Australia, and the first action is a pop-up, wholesale showroom which unbolted at La Porte Space’s premises in Sydney on October 17. The ambitious project is the brainchild of Helen Tirekidis. A second-generation Greek-Australian, Tirekidis has originated a long way in Australia’s fashion industry, holding positions at several luxury houses including Chanel, Jean Paul Gaultier, Issey Miyake, Longchamp and Giorgio Armani.

“It was clear to me for a long time that there was astonishing talent in Greece and I was always a little frustrated that this was little known [in Australia],” said Tirekidis in an exclusive interview. “For years, I always heard about the state of the economy, the doom and gloom. But what was bizarre to me was that there was not much talk about what was really going right in Greece. The real trigger for me was that I observed the correlation between the downturn in the economy and a super-fast upsurge in creativity.”

The Australian market has made huge jumps forward in fashion in recent decades – a relative desert in terms of luxury brands in the late 1970s, the country now hosts the gamut of high-end designer stores as well as familiar fast-fashion chains.

According to Tirekidis, Australian consumers (the country’s population is nearly 24.5 million) are great explorers who follow shopping developments in Europe closely, while the local industry has now taken its strategies into cyberspace. Does this new wave of Greek creativity have what it takes to content the desires of today’s clients who, according to FashionUnited, spend 28.5 billion Australian dollars annually on clothes and footwear?

“I feel we are moving into a new era, one which is focused more on emerging designers,” said Tirekidis. “There is a glut of extravagance brands and fast fashion and not much focused on the in-between ‘new, innovative emerging talent’ per se. I sense that for customers who appreciate fashion, it’s increasingly about having something that not everyone has and that is well crafted at the same time.”

A few days prior to the pop-up venture’s opening, Tirekidis was already in discussions with The Iconic, Australia’s largest online store, while, along with buyers, representatives from print media outlets as well as bloggers and influencers were expected to become acquainted with the designers and brands on view.

Buying an Affordable House in Australia, Particular for the First-time Buyers is Simple?

Buying an affordable house in Australia, particular for the first-time buyers is simple?

How long can it take for a couple or a single person to deposit the money for their first home? If we consider the couples, then possibly, they might take 2.8 years to gather their fund for the 10% deposit in Australian territory and when they firmly fix 20% deposit then they need to wait for 4.9 years.

Whereas, when we talk about a single person, then probably they would take 4.5 years to save for the first 10% deposit or 8.4 years to go for 20% deposit. These are the precise round figure and hopefully, the assumption regarding the price won't change.

The median property price is basically taken from CORE LOGIC RP data, from 1st march till the end of May 2016. The income levels and the median property price do vary; the cost of property in NSW and in the state is quite high.

The brainstorming analysis has shown that the biggest trouble for the first-time buyers is that they need to save about 20% from their average salary, defined by the Australian Bureau Statistics.

Apart from this the first time buyers also need to take care about the Stamp duty, which is another common cost.

I feel that the major problem is the pretty rapid house price growth that has emerged up from last 4years. So, if you are planning to afford a house in NSW, then you might need to wait for a little longer period as there no royal road to get it.

The singles earning average salary may take a longer period than the couple's deposit when compared. So, being a couple or with the group of people or with family can easily fulfill your dream to afford a house at the high pace.

So, you can see both the faces of the coin. Now, it's up to your wish that how you would make the adjustments for your dream nest.      


Friday, 4 November 2016


Lower interest rates and a sturdy local economy push Sydney’s median house price to $1,068,303, while Melbourne prices attain $773,669.

Median house prices in Sydney and Melbourne have hit all-time highs and are expected to keep rising for the remaining year, new property figures show.

Domain chief economist Andrew Wilson believed lower interest rates and a strong local economy had fuelled house price growth in Sydney, while unit prices also sustained to rise regardless of new construction.

 “A relative shortage of listings and amplified interest from investors will continue to drive price growth in these capitals for the remainder of 2016.”

This has seen a number of property owners make hundreds of thousands of dollars by flipping properties purchased in the past few years.
It has also pushed home ownership further out of reach of first-time buyers. And experts say this is likely to get even tougher with more price growth on the horizon.Despite efforts to cool the property market, Sydney house prices have run away yet again, growing at their strongest rate in over a year. 
“A lot of the price growth is due to the local Asian market, where there are still buyers willing to pay top price … there’s also not a lot of stock,” said Mr. Levitan.
He pointed to a boost in supply and a tightening in the guidelines for lenders as what will see property prices grow at lower levels than those seen in 2014 and 2015.

New guidelines from the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority unconfined on Monday need lenders to ensure borrowers are able to afford repayments on a 7 percent interest rate when assessing whether they’re eligible for a loan. This means somebody buying a median priced house would need to be able to pay $6040 a month on a 25-year loan. Assuming they had a 20 per cent deposit.