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Debt Free, Cashed Up and Laughing, Armstrong, Cath; Brighton, Lea-Anne
1 Armstrong, Cath; Brighton, Lea-Anne Debt Free, Cashed Up and Laughing
Australia ABC Books 2008 0733321127 / 9780733321122 Reprint Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
250 indexed pages. Stressed by rising interest rates, your increasing mortgage repayments, the cost of petrol (and bananas!) and your credit card bill? The cheapskates way to getting yourself out of the financial bind will help you make surprising savings. "DEBt FREE, CASHED UP AND LAUGHING" will teach you how to save money on everyday household items with handy practical hints and tips. It will show you how to pay off your credit card and any outstanding debts and begin to save money so that you can enjoy a fun-filled life with no more financial anxiety. Savings can be made in every single area of your life and literally thousands of dollars can be saved depending on the hints and tips you choose to follow. 
Price: 10.50 AUD
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Creationís Cry: The Heart of Apostolic Passion, Atkin, Don
2 Atkin, Don Creationís Cry: The Heart of Apostolic Passion
Don Atkin 1931527970 / 9781931527972 Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
224 pages. In a day when so many either ignore apostolic ministry, or others pervert its meaning, it is a joy to read and understand the big picture of what the Lord has purposed for His Church. There's so much rich wisdom Don conveys in "Creation's Cry". According to Steve Eastman, "Don Atkin began his journey with God in 1963. He was firmly entrenched in the church system. A few years later he migrated from sunny California to snowy, upstate New York. His story brought back memories of other families I had met in the church system, who experienced miraculous provision as they sold out to God and trusted Him to meet all their needs. But God is not static. Neither was He content to allow Don Atkins to camp out at his initial understanding of the Kingdom of God. Don ended up on the receiving end of two mentoring relationships that helped him move beyond the traditional paradigm of church. It seems much of the church is obsessed with saving souls, which it subsequently abandoned. The New Testament emphasizes discipling newly born believers. For Don, that came to include hosting long-time house guests, who caught the Christian life by watching Jesus live out His life through him and his family. Don is not a hierarchical guy. He sees apostles as wise master builders whose influence stems from their function, not a position. A manís gifts make room for him, and people gifted to be apostles come to be recognized as such through the fruit in their lives. Don did not obey his mentors because they demanded it, but because he recognized God working through them. Mentoring is intended to be temporary, leading the disciple to where he can hear God for himself, no longer needing a constant intermediary. I would be less than honest if I said everything in the book blessed me. One part was disturbing because it illustrates a style of parenting in sharp contrast to my own. Don tells about a time when his daughter was arriving from school. He had always told her to come straight home. At 20 minutes past the deadline, Don went to look for her and found her talking to a boy. He sent her to her room until he had cooled off, went in to speak with her and accepted her apology. They he spanked her with a paddle. He says she took it well. In my opinion, what worked for Don and his daughter, would not work for the majority of families. A child who was spanked after being told she was forgiven would normally feel betrayed and resentful. Just as a disciple needs to be gradually given more responsibility before the end of a discipling relationship, I feel a child needs to grow in decision-making before reaching adulthood. Otherwise, he or she is not ready to accept adult responsibilities. If a daughter is old enough to be interested in boys, she is probably too old to spank. A more appropriate punishment would be a loss of privilege. Perhaps if Don had included his daughterís age in the story, his actions would have been more understandable. I do not wish to belabor my one area of disagreement with a book I found to be otherwise sound. Don Atkins has a lot to offer in practical experience as he teaches on the apostolic. You will learn more from him than you would at most apostolic-prophetic conferences." 
Price: 16.00 AUD
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Amazing Love, Barker, Ken
3 Barker, Ken Amazing Love
Australia Connor Court Publishing Pty Ltd 2012 1921421665 / 9781921421662 1st Edition Pictorial Soft Cover Good 12mo 
157 pages. "With an engaging blend of scriptural reflection, theological investigation and very personal and human stories of struggle, confusion and journeys in faith, Father Ken Barker has provided his readers with a very real reason to live their lives in hope. Over and over again he shows us that the basis for this hope is Jesus Christ. As Father Barker insists, however, there is a world of difference between knowing about Christ and knowing Christ. It is when we encounter him as a living presence in our lives today, rather than simply an interesting and perhaps inspiring figure from the past, that our lives begin to be transformed by his saving grace. I recommend this book to anyone who wants to know Jesus better, love him more and serve him with generosity and courage." - Archbishop Timothy Costelloe SDB - Archbishop of Perth. Fr Ken Barker is the founder of the Missionaries of God's Love, a new emerging congregation in the Australian Church. He is a well-known conference speaker, involved in charismatic renewal, Disciples of Jesus Community, Young Men of God Movement, and various other youth ministries. He is the author of the books Becoming Fire, A Radical way of Love, Young Men Rise Up, and His Name is Mercy. Creases and wear. 
Price: 12.00 AUD
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Debt Buster: How to Budget, Save and Reduce Debt, Bertling, Margaret
4 Bertling, Margaret Debt Buster: How to Budget, Save and Reduce Debt
Australia Pan Macmillan 2001 0330362623 / 9780330362627 1st Edition Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
x + 277 indexed pages. Guide to escaping debt. Provides advice on personal budgets, credit cards, economising with food and utilities, dealing with creditors, alternatives to bankruptcy, protecting your credit reference, mortgages, time management, and goal-setting. Includes listing of useful contacts. Author runs a home budgeting advice business and is the home budget adviser for 'New Idea' and the Ten Network's 'Good Morning Australia'. Previous titles are 'The Budget Club' and 'Money Maker'. Name in the first page. 
Price: 10.00 AUD
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he Australian landlord's handbook: managing residential rental Property, Bilosh, Suzi
5 Bilosh, Suzi he Australian landlord's handbook: managing residential rental Property
Australia Wrightbooks 2000 1876627190 / 9781876627195 1st Edition Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
167 indexed pages. Includes a bibliography. Many Australians are investing in residential property, and have to decide between appointing an agent or saving the cost of fees by managing the property themselves. Here the author explains in everyday language how one or more residential properties can be managed by the investor. This guide provides advice and information about topics such as screening prospective tenants, making and ending a tenancy agreement, legal obligations of tenants and landlords, getting money at a tribunal, problem solving, and taking care of an investment property. Answers questions that are frequently asked by landlords and discusses the factors that make a good rental property. 
Price: 17.00 AUD
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Rescued! 43 wonderful true stories about the rescue and rehabilitation of native Wildlife, Blackney, Jodie
6 Blackney, Jodie Rescued! 43 wonderful true stories about the rescue and rehabilitation of native Wildlife
New Zealand Avocado Pr 2008 0958262306 / 9780958262309 1st Edition Soft Cover Good 12mo 
184 including b,w illustrations. Every day, animals living in the wild become sick, injured or orphaned, for a variety of reasons - vehicle accidents, dog or cat attacks, poisoning, habitat loss or shooting. Fortunately, some of these animals are given a second chance through the remarkable work of wildlife rehabilitators. an amazing group of dedicated volunteers who take needy animals into their care. They arrange for veterinary treatment, and temporarily provide a protected environment until the animal recovers and can be released back into the wild. Rescued! opens a window on the fascinating world of wildlife rescue, and features dozens of wonderful true stories about the care and treatment given to owls, penguins, dolphins, koalas, flying foxes, platypus, kangaroos, eagles, turtles, echidna, and many other native animals in Australia and New Zealand. These stories show how physically, emotionally, and financially demanding being a wildlife carer really is. They will make you laugh, make you cry, break your heart, make you angry, and help you believe in miracles again. And they may even inspire you to become a wildlife carer yourself! This book enthralls readers with true stories of sick, injured and orphaned Australian native animals and the unsung heroes who are prepared to step in to help them in their time of need. These stories combine to not only demonstrate the magnificence of Australia's wildlife, but they carry a powerful message too - that every individual animal is unique and precious, and that saving one animal is the stepping stone to saving an entire species. l encourage every Australian to read this book. This book is rich with wisdom, inspiration and sound advice. lt is education with a smile and an invitation to open your heart to the unique animals all around us. It is a tribute to those brave and compassionate people all over this country who give their time, money and love so selflessly to help those creatures whose suffering would otherwise go unnoticed, and whose cause would go unchampioned. 
Price: 14.00 AUD
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The Healthy Liver & Bowel Book - With over 100 new liver & bowel cleansing Recipes, Cabot, Sandra; Cabot, Sandra, MD
7 Cabot, Sandra; Cabot, Sandra, MD The Healthy Liver & Bowel Book - With over 100 new liver & bowel cleansing Recipes
Australia WHAS 1999 0958613745 / 9780958613743 1st Edition Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
304 pages. The latest holistic healing guide with life-saving strategies. Having a healthy liver and bowel is essential if we are to live safely in an increasingly toxic world. Dr. Cabot not only offers a totally comprehensive program for detoxifying the liver and bowel, but also provides the essential follow-up for maintaining perfect function and health. 
Price: 8.50 AUD
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Only 104 Weeks to Your Home Deposit / Only one hundred and four weeks to your home Deposit, Cerexhe, Peter
8 Cerexhe, Peter Only 104 Weeks to Your Home Deposit / Only one hundred and four weeks to your home Deposit
Australia Allen & Unwin 2007 1741753244 / 9781741753240 1st Edition Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
x + 166 indexed pages. We all want to own our own home. But no one wants to save forever. Whether you need $10 000 or $50 000 for that deposit, the trick is to keep the time it takes you to get that money together short so your motivation to keep saving will remain strong. In only 104 weeks, Peter Cerexhe will show you how you can achieve your goal by: - making a plan - preparing a budget - following the six principles of saving for a home - deciding where your savings should go to maximise interests payments - planning to cover all the costs you face when buying a home. Along with lots of tips and advice from someone who knows, the home deposit worksheet planner even allows you to customise your goals to suit the way you live your life now. Your own home ...has a nice ring to it, doesn't it? 
Price: 13.00 AUD
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Snap! (Aussie Bites), Clark, Margaret
9 Clark, Margaret Snap! (Aussie Bites)
Australia Puffin 1997 0140386580 / 9780140386585 1st Edition Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Very Good 12mo Mark Payne 
65 pages. When Patrick is given an old Polaroid camera for his birthday, he decides to take instant photos of people in embarrassing situations, and sell them back to them. He plans to make some serious money. So begins a crazy adventure that includes bullies, bras and bank robbers, and Patrick saving the day. 
Price: 10.00 AUD
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The Richest Man in Babylon, Clason, George S.
10 Clason, George S. The Richest Man in Babylon
Australia Signet 1991 0451165209 / 9780451165206 1st Edition Soft Cover Very Good 16mo 
144 pages. Babylonian parables dealing with the principles of finance. Millions of readers have been helped by the famous "Babylonian parables", hailed as the greatest of all inspirational works on the subject of thrift, financial planning, and personal wealth. In language as simple as that of the Bible, these fascinating and informative stories set you on a sure path to prosperity and its accompanying joys. Acclaimed as a modern day classic, this celebrated bestseller offers an understanding of - and solution to - your personal financial problems that will guide you through a lifetime. This is the book that holds the secrets to acquiring money, keeping money, and making money earn more money. 
Price: 9.50 AUD
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Shares in a Nutshell, Connelly, Desmond
11 Connelly, Desmond Shares in a Nutshell
Australia Wrightbooks 2003 0759500169 / 9780759500167 2nd Edition Revised & Updated Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
176 indexed pages. What actually are shares? Would they be a sound investment for a nest egg? Do they carry much risk? ls it easy to get started? Should you rely on a financial adviser or fund manager? What are bulls and bears? What guidelines should be used for buying and selling? All these questions, and many more, are answered in Shares in a Nutshell 2nd Edition. Buying shares is no longer the prerogative of the wealthy. In fact it's never been easier - or cheaper - to invest in the Australian stock market: it can cost less than $1,000 to buy a parcel of shares. Alternatively, a similar amount can be spread over a range of assets through an investment company or a managed fund. And even when the economic outlook is bleak, a well-prepared investor can still make a profit with shares. Shares in a Nutshell 2nd Edition has been written for people who are trying to decide if they should get involved in the market, and for those who have just bought shares and would like to learn more about them Dr Desmond Connelly has been an enthusiastic and successful investor for over 20 years. A former Associate Professor at Melbourne University, he is now active as a public speaker, lecturer and author covering a wide range of investment topics. He is the author of The Over 50s Investor, Beyond Saving and Reading Between the Lies. 
Price: 19.50 AUD
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Organise Your Money: Be Financially Free, Dubecki, Nina; Rowsthorn, Vanessa
12 Dubecki, Nina; Rowsthorn, Vanessa Organise Your Money: Be Financially Free
Australia Wrightbooks 2013 1118626532 / 9781118626535 1st Edition Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
73 pages. You donít have to earn megabucks or have a degree in economics to gain control of your finances. Organise Your Money will show you how to set financial goals, move out of debt and start saving for the future. Learn how to take control of your financial destiny and make your money grow. Authors Vanessa Rowsthorn and Nina Dubecki of moneygirl dot com dot au are passionate about inspiring women to get smart about their money. 
Price: 10.00 AUD
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$0 to Rich: The Everyday Woman's Guide to Getting Wealthy, Edwards, Tracey
13 Edwards, Tracey $0 to Rich: The Everyday Woman's Guide to Getting Wealthy
Australia Wrightbooks 2008 0731407334 / 9780731407330 1st Edition Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
x + 198 indexed pages. What does 'rich' mean to you? Perhaps it's a huge mansion and an overseas holiday every year, or maybe a simple comfortable home with no financial worries. Written specifically for women, 0 to Rich aims to be a girl's personal financial coach, guiding readers towards achieving their own financial goals by following five easy steps. Readers will learn how to define what 'rich' means to them and articulate exactly what they want. The book then explains how to set and achieve these financial goals over a defined time period.This practical, interactive book covers how to create and follow a no-fuss budget; easy savings tips to fast track your financial milestones; savings and investment options to help you grow your money faster and reach your goals sooner. Contents: Introduction v About the author ix Step 1 I wanna be RICH ! 1 Defining rich 3 2 Goal-setting 101 7 Step 2 Creating a budget 3 The starting line 19 4 The three-step no-fail budget 33 Step 3 Saving goals 5 What bank accounts do you need? 49 6 Saving your first $1000 61 7 Term deposits to $5000 67 8 Managed funds to $10 000 77 Step 4 Investing in the big guns: shares and property 9 Getting ready to invest in shares 91 10 Investing for the long term 95 11 Investing for the short term 111 12 Investing in property 135 13 Buying the property 153 Step 5 Keeping your money safe 14 Insurance 173 15 Wills and trusts 185 Conclusion 191 
Price: 10.00 AUD
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Gittinomics: Living the good life without money stress, overwork and joyless Consumption, Gittins, Ross
14 Gittins, Ross Gittinomics: Living the good life without money stress, overwork and joyless Consumption
Australia Allen & Unwin 2007 174175092X / 9781741750928 1st Edition Soft Cover Good 12mo 
254 pages including bibliography. This is the ultimate guide for everyone who's never really understood economics, but was too embarrassed to admit it! It covers dedicated mailing and e-mail campaign targeted economics related media and organisations.For everyone who knows economics is important but doesn't really know why, this is an indispensable, plain-speaking, entertaining, and highly relevant guide to the economics of everyday life.While the word 'economics' strikes fear into the hearts of many, it affects virtually every aspect of our daily lives - from the work we do to how we spend our leisure time, from saving for a rainy day to paying taxes, and everything in between. Gittinomics aims to provide readers with an understanding of just how the economy around us works, and how to take control of our lives, do less of what we don't like and more of what we do.Written in an engaging and accessible manner, this volume is a must-have for anyone who wants a better understanding of economics and how the role it plays in our lives. Table of Contents: Home economics: An introduction Part One: Family Finances 1. The changing workforce 2. Women at work 3. The cost of kids 4. The value of higher education 5. The Great Australian Home 6. Saving, debt and guilt Part Two: The Outside World 7. Paying for health care 8. Taxes-love 'em or hate 'em 9. Crime and drugs 10. Our ageing population Part Three: Everyday Life 11. Housework has a value 12. The pleasures of consumerism 13. The shortage of time 14. The attack on leisure 15. Happiness Last word: My take-home message. Ross Gittins is economics editor at the Sydney Morning Herald. In 1993 he won the Citibank Pan Asia award for excellence in financial journalism. He has been a Nuffield press-fellow at Wolfson College, Cambridge and journalist-in-residence at Dept. Economics, University of Melbourne. 
Price: 11.00 AUD
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How to Make a Money Machine: A Beginner's Guide to Making and Keeping Money, Grise, W.; Grise, J.
15 Grise, W.; Grise, J. How to Make a Money Machine: A Beginner's Guide to Making and Keeping Money
Australia Lothian Books 2004 0734406517 / 9780734406514 1st Edition Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
178 indexed pages. Money. Everyone needs it. But not everyone knows how to get it, keep it and make it work. This book reveals the secrets. How to Make a Money Machine aims to show that anyone can make their own future, by building a money machine to help them make and keep their money. All it takes is the belief that it can be done and the willingness to go out and do it. The book covers issues that are relevant to everyone, including learning how to deal with banks, avoiding money traps and being proactive about building wealth. For those who already have assets, the book also outlines ways to help build on what you already have and keep your money machine running smoothly. Running your own business and getting involved in shares and real estate are just some of the wealth-building strategies discussed. How to Make a Money Machine will appeal to a wide range of readers who want to make their money work for them - to be financially secure now and in the future. 
Price: 12.00 AUD
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Save it: easy ways to save Money, Hammond, Esta
16 Hammond, Esta Save it: easy ways to save Money
Australia Red Hen 2009 0646524526 / 9780646524528 1st Edition Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Good 12mo 
xiii + 248 pages. Do you have debt you need to pay off?Do you want to get ahead and create a financial buffer?Would you love to pay off your home loan, save up for something special or take extended time off work? Every tip that you implement from this book will help you reach your goals faster.See just how easy it is to save money on everyday things like food and groceries, petrol, cleaning, phones, banking, credit cards, insurance, electricity, beauty, even holidays and entertainment, just to name a few.Most of the tips in this book are also as beneficial to your health and the environment, as they are for your wallet.Start saving today so that you can afford the special things in your life! 
Price: 17.00 AUD
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The It's So Natural' House Book, Hayes, Alan
17 Hayes, Alan The It's So Natural' House Book
Australia Angus & Robertson 1997 0207190771 / 9780207190773 1st Edition Soft Cover Good 12mo 
153 pages. As resources dwindle and the price of heating and cooling houses rises, it makes sense to lower energy bills and find ways to conserve water, electricity and money. This easy-to-follow book offers tips, instructions and advice on how to do this. Topics covered include conservation and recycling, how to conserve electricity, using solar energy and enjoying chemical-free gardens. An easy-to-follow guide for people who want to maintain budget-wise, environmentally friendly homes. The book contains lots of ideas on how to best use the resources within your home, such as ways of saving and recycling water, and low energy cooking, plus using solar energy. Many priceless hints and tips are included. 
Price: 10.50 AUD
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The last voyage of the Albatross, Klemm, Barry
18 Klemm, Barry The last voyage of the Albatross
Australia Longman 1999 0733905315 / 9780733905315 Reprint Soft Cover Good 12mo 
221 pages. To Tom, Roy Barton is an intrepid explorer and finder of lost treasure, someone to be worshipped from afar. To Tom's mum and his Uncle Spencer, Roy Barton is a con man and thief, someone to slag oftí at every opportunity But Roy Barton is also Tom's father, whom Tom hasn't seen since he was a kid. When Tom's mum suddenlydecides to send him across Australia to spend time with Roy Tom doesnít know what to think. He's as scared as hell about meeting his dad alter all this time, but all the same he suspects there'll be a good ride in there somewhere. He just doesn't realise it will involve sailing up Australias west coast to find sunken treasure, saving his Father's life, surviving explosions, and enduring cyclones that whip up out of nowhere. Nor does he realise that the police will be following his dad's every move. So who is Roy Barton: hero or criminal? 
Price: 12.50 AUD
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19 Koch, Samantha; Koch, David The Teenager's Guide to Money
Auckland Allen & Unwin 2000 1865083925 / 9781865083926 1st Edition Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Good 12mo 
145 indexed pages. At 18, Samantha Koch was tired of being broke. Her dad was full of advice: after all, he is David Koch, the well-known financial expert who earns his living by telling adults how to manage their money. But Sam wanted the facts about the things people of her age like to know. So she wrote her own guide to financial survival to help her and her friends learn how to get more money and how make it go further.Whether you've got $10 pocket money a week or $5000 in the bank, The Teenager's Guide to Moneyis full of tips and ideas to help you make the most of it. There's no dry 'finance speak'--it's for teenagers, written by a teenager...with a little bit of help from her old man.Find out how to:* work out the best way to save up for those 'must have' items* get the best deals when you're shopping* understand credit cards and loans, and control your debts* choose the right bank account* get a job-or even start up your own business-so you can get more cash. Table of Contents: Introduction: Why worry about money; 1 Cash on the learning curve: getting an education; 2 Getting a job; 3 All about financial institutions; 4 Making the most of your money - budgeting and shopping; 5 Avoiding or getting out of debt; 6 Saving, investing and speculating - the answers; 7 Dreams cost money - don't get caught out. Conclusion: money helps. Glossary. Appendix 1 Useful numbers and websites. Appendix 2 How to write a resume. 
Price: 10.00 AUD
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Travel and Working Holidays: The Ultimate Guide, Koch, Samantha; Koch, David
20 Koch, Samantha; Koch, David Travel and Working Holidays: The Ultimate Guide
Australia Allen & Unwin 2003 1865088986 / 9781865088983 1st Edition Glossy Pictorial Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
229 pages. Thinking of backpacking over the summer break? Looking to work in the United Kingdom or Canada on a working holiday? Whether you want to go backpacking in Vietnam for three weeks or organize a working holiday visa for Denmark, this helpful guide is full of practical tips for planning a great experience as well as advice on how to avoid some of the common pitfalls of travelling. Packed with helpful information on planning your route, budgeting for the trip, organizing visas as well as safety tips for travelling alone, this guide aims to ensure your overseas experience gets off to a smooth start. Find out: which countries you can work in and how to apply for a working visa; what you need to pack (and why travel insurance is essential); how to make the most of your cultural experience by getting to know the locals; and where to go for help in a foreign country. Table of Contents: Introduction Why travel?..Part I: Planning..1 What sort of travel?..2 Saving and budgeting..3 Booking your ticket..4 Getting ready..5 What to take..Part II: Travelling..6 Accommodation..7 Travelling..8 Eating..9 Language..10 Safety and Staying healthy..11 Where to go for help..Part III: Working Overseas..12 Working Visas..13 Other Visas..14 Before you go..15 Living overseas..16 Job ideas..Conclusion..Appendix 1: Working visa applications..Appendix 2: Checklists..Appendix 3: Useful websites and phone numbers. Samantha Koch is a finance journalist for a media company that provides the business and finance content for Channel 7, Sky News, and the Macquarie Radio Network. She presents daily finance updates on Sky News and radio 2GB, and works on the Sky Business Report team...Sam has travelled extensively through Europe, Asia and North America on a shoestring budget, and has worked in Harrods in London and a ski resort in the Canadian Rockies to help finance her trips. Sam recently completed a Bachelor of Business at the University of Technology, Sydney. While she was studying she took advantage of the lengthy university holidays to travel as much as possible...Sam s other books include The Teenager's Guide to Money, The Teenager s Guide to Part-Time Jobs and Leaving Home: The Ultimate Guide. 
Price: 16.00 AUD
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