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Thursday, May 26, 2011

Great News! E-zines are now FREE!

 Thanks to the kind continued support of our sponsor's and advertisers we are pleased to announce that we are now able to offer pdf e-zine copies of  Good Gabble to all for FREE.  Simply click on our subscribe today link, click on the free monthly e-zine button ( not the Pay It Forward Day button ) and you will receive a copy of Good Gabble in pdf format each month. This need only be done once. Should you no longer wish to receive your copy simply send us an email with unsubscribe as the subject.

It has been a  long term dream of the creators of Good Gabble to be able to provide a place each month that is full of positivity yet acessible to all regardless of financial situation. Our goal of spreading love and enlightenment and achieving a world where positivity is the norm and negativity is long forgotten is one step closer. Our next dream - to provide hard copies to all free, including distribution to all waiting rooms and offices Australia wide.

This achievement would not have been possible without the continued sponsorship of  The Awakening Network, who have pledge an ongoing monthly donation.We have also received many donations via our donation button on this site. It would also not be possible without the ongoing support of business's who join our team by advertising with us each month.

To each and every one who support us we say  THANK YOU!

We look forward to a continuing relationship with all and new relationships with others. Together we can make a difference, one month at a time.

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Thursday, May 5, 2011

Issue 16 May 2011 Out Now!

Positive Prattle From The Desk Of  The Editor

“There is a woman at the beginning of all great things” - Alphonse de Lamartine

This month I felt a need to share the above quote and send a huge thank you to all the women in this world who work tirelessly to make a difference in our world.

Over the past months we have followed Deborah De Williams as she runs around Australia raising money for breast cancer. Deborah is an amazing women in her own right but behind her is just as an amazing women, her mum. Deborah’s mum has supported her daughter and traveled with her on her journey. She has been there with Deborah in the good times and held her hand in the bad. Deborah and her mum are a team of women that show that love unites and that together we can conquer our dreams.

With the office team of Good Gabble being made up of women the above quote makes us smile. We are not sexist and believe in equal rights for all but relish in the fact that, as women, we are able to balance our working life and our family responsibilities. To all working mums we say well done! It is a job that, at times seems thankless and endless, but is rewarding and fulfilling. Women are definitely the driving force behind a lot of the successful and inspiring stories in this world.

This month we once again bring you articles from our women contributors such at Kathy Baker, who writes of ‘The Making Of A Memory” on page 14 and Melody Moon who speaks of “ Resting With The Moon” on page 10. We welcome Flick the friendly red headed witch for the second month in a row and say thank you to Ally’s Little Creatures for helping Flick make a wish come true.

We also love our male contributors and our magazine would not be complete or balanced without them but, as I was thinking about the quote, I browsed our past and future articles and realised that many of them have mention of the support of a women. Men we love you dearly and together the two sex’s make a team but surely it is time to admit that without us women life surely would not run as smoothly as it does.

So what have our men got to say this month?

Our American correspondent Carlos Devillalvilla gives us an American’s perspective on immigration in his article Alien Nation on page 19, whilst Michael Segal, also an American, gives us ‘A Lesson In Love’ on page 18.

This month as Deborah De Williams completes her journey we start a new, following Andrew Cadigan, who is tackling Oz On Foot, raising money for the Cancer Council. With only a pram and tent it is sure to be an interesting, and cold, journey.

So to all the women reading this I salute you. To all the men I say thank you! - for listening to the words of a women bragging.

Live Well.......Love much...........Laugh Often....................

Jennifer Deaves