I’m very pleased to host the May 7, 2008 edition of Carnival of Australia. I had to delete a couple of spam type posts but otherwise all have been included. I had some trouble with the formatting from the Word doc I received so if you notice any errors please let me know. Read on….
Lin Burress presents So Sexy, So Soon: The Sexualization of Childhood in Commercial Culture posted at Telling It Like It Is.
Sandy Naidu presents Income Protection Insurance (Disability Income Protection) posted at Future Nest Egg, saying, “Personal Finance Blog”
Suzie Cheel presents My Big Hairy Audacious Goal! posted at The Abundance Highway, saying, “On Monday I said I have a big goal I want to achieve quickly, based totally around LOA and that I would expand on this on a post on Wednesday. That was optimistic but here we are.”
7million7years presents A retirement dream – Australia « How to Make 7 Million in 7 YearsTM posted at How to Make 7 Million in 7 YearsTM, saying, “Australia is the country most people around the world would like to live in when they retire. So, how well does the typical Aussie live in retirement?”
Shan Siddiqi presents Disease can’t go on strike; why can doctors? posted at Globally Rational, saying, “New Zealand’s junior doctors recently went on strike for more money. Wait… doctors can go on strike?”
Megan Bayliss presents Sex predators groom against child protection posted at imaginif, saying, “While personal grooming is generally considered to be good, grooming is also a process of desensitization that sex predators use on children. A sex predator will use grooming to make themselves look nice and to prepare and trick a child into accepting sexual abuse.”
Belongum presents “You look like a man I knew,”… « Belongum’s Weblog posted at Belongum’s Weblog, saying, “A family Yarn!”
Helping a mate
Craig Harper presents The Non-Optional Stuff. posted at Renovate your life with Craig, saying, “Q. Why do so many of us who want to get in shape (whatever that means for us individually) fail to do so, even though we know exactly what to do, and why we should do it?”
PlanningQueen presents A Newbie’s Lessons From Upgrading to WordPress 2.5.1 posted at Planning with Kids, saying, “While still not perfect, some lessons on how I muddled through the upgrade to WordPress 2.5.1 and got the blog up and running.”
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