The Good Life?

The Good Life

05
Sep

Consumed Research Project

McCrindle partnered with Consumed to prepare the Consumed report in April 2019. The report explores Consumerism in Australia and its implications for society. The purpose of this research is to understand attitudes, beliefs and behaviours towards consumerism and its impacts on individuals and society.

11
Jun

Australian Spending Habits

As a Gen Y-er growing up in the post my-order-to-me-now-while-I-eat-some-smashed-avo age, I’m bombarded with constant messaging on financial freedom. There’s online businesses to start, click funnels to create, social media followings to grow, passive income to generate, all the while maintaining my day job and somehow saving for a shoebox house in Sydney and praying hard that my Super will see me through my old age.

30
May

It Pays To Be Frugal

As a Gen Y-er growing up in the post my-order-to-me-now-while-I-eat-some-smashed-avo age, I’m bombarded with constant messaging on financial freedom. There’s online businesses to start, click funnels to create, social media followings to grow, passive income to generate, all the while maintaining my day job and somehow saving for a shoebox house in Sydney and praying hard that my Super will see me through my old age.

20
May

Consumerism & Spirituality – Video

William Cavanaugh is an associate Professor of Theology at the University of St Thomas in Minnesota and the author of several books which offer a Christian critique of various aspects of Western Culture including The Myth of Religious Violence and Being Consumed: Economics and Christian Desire….

07
May

Are Australian’s living the good life?

But here’s the tragic thing, advertisers, multinationals, pop-culture, politics and unwittingly our friends, peers and neighbours have convinced us that the good life is found in the accumulation of stuff and experiences. It’s the vision of the good life given to us by ‘consumerism’. On this measure, if any nation has mastered the good-life, it should be us. Yet the evidence suggests that if this is the good-life than something has gone deeply awry…