Hornsby Chamber in the Bush Telegraph – IT’S THE PERFECT TIME

Each month our President, Anne Kenyon provides an update for the local business community courtesy of The Bush Telegraph. In the article you will read the latest news and updates, or positive ponderings from Hornsby Chamber on local life in business. Check your letterbox for your latest printed monthly copy!

The February 2021 issue is out now and we urge you to have a good read and find out more about your local community in business and personally. It’s a great read and we love it!


By Anne Kenyon, President, Hornsby Chamber of Commerce
With special thanks to the Bush Telegraph 

Can you believe that February is already here? 

We’re back into the rhythm of our ‘normal’ lives (whatever that looks like these days): kids are back at school, people are back at work (albeit many are doing this from home), local organisations have restarted their meetings, sports clubs have kicked off their seasons, and the wheels of life are turning once more.  These day to day activities, which are put on hold in January while we all take a well-earned breather, give us a road map for how we spend our time, and these daily routines offer us a sense of surety and security.

Now that we’re getting back in the swing it’s worth doing a quick reassessment of where we are headed in 2021.  And if you’re not happy with where you’re headed, then now is the perfect time to make some changes.  Little tweaks can make all the difference to your final destination.

2020 challenged us to rethink what is really important and this year we can be confident that we have within us the courage and the resilience to cope with whatever changes are thrown our way in 2021.


To view the full February Bush Tele issue online, click here!

Special thanks to The Bush Telegraph for allowing the Hornsby Chamber of Commerce to post its column on our website each month. For more about the Bush Tele and to see the full issue, visit www.thebushtele.com.au or follow them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/BushTelegraphWeekly.com.