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- When you feel alive at a cemetery on a cold winter sunset walk and the headstones are at peace. I remember my fathers cold forehead when I kissed him goodbye in my parents home at the wake. His hair as always was so soft and fine but my dad had left that body. That was when I knew the body is just a house for the soul until it returns home. After the funeral my mother saw him carried on clouds between two white lions at a gate and up to the light. I have seen him glowing healthy and at peace. There is some solace for the suffering. #peace #reunite #spirit #soul #dad #fathersday #nature #naturespeaks #truth #consciousness #itsoktotalkaboutit #death #life #love #suffer #goodbye #notgoodbye #ruok #believe #light #god #eclipse #eclipseoftheheart #namaste #gratitude #faith #nofilter #photooftheday
- When you feel alive at a cemetery on a cold winter sunset walk and the headstones are at peace. I remember my fathers cold forehead when I kissed him goodbye in my parents home at the wake. His hair as always was so soft and fine but my dad had left that body. That was when I knew the body is just a house for the soul until it returns home. After the funeral my mother saw him carried on clouds between two white lions at a gate and up to the light. I have seen him glowing healthy and at peace. There is some solace for the suffering. #peace #reunite #spirit #soul #dad #fathersday #nature #naturespeaks #truth #consciousness #itsoktotalkaboutit #death #life #love #suffer #goodbye #notgoodbye #ruok #believe #light #god #eclipse #eclipseoftheheart #namaste #gratitude #faith #nofilter #photooftheday
- When you feel alive at a cemetery on a cold winter sunset walk and the headstones are at peace. I remember my fathers cold forehead when I kissed him goodbye in my parents home at the wake. His hair as always was so soft and fine but my dad had left that body. That was when I knew the body is just a house for the soul until it returns home. After the funeral my mother saw him carried on clouds between two white lions at a gate and up to the light. I have seen him glowing healthy and at peace. There is some solace for the suffering. #peace #reunite #spirit #soul #dad #fathersday #nature #naturespeaks #truth #consciousness #itsoktotalkaboutit #death #life #love #suffer #goodbye #notgoodbye #ruok #believe #light #god #eclipse #eclipseoftheheart #namaste #gratitude #faith #nofilter #photooftheday
- #Repost @stay_chatty Last week we officially welcomed a new Stay ChatTY Ambassador to the team. Ultra marathon runner, and mental health advocate, Ben Hirst. Read Ben's story here.... "I struggled with depression and anxiety throughout my twenties, and I depended on alcohol to deal with all my problems and dull my feelings as I really felt like I had no one to talk to. I felt ashamed and didn’t want anyone to think that I had failed. Also being stubborn, I just thought I’d push through it and brush it off. I had become an alcoholic, my health had rapidly declined, and I had racked up a heap of financial debt. After hitting complete rock bottom I was so desperate, but I finally built up the courage to ask for help. And in doing that, I started slowly building my life back together again, and along with that came running. That feeling while running is indescribable, I started running a couple of kms at a time and slowly built it up. The further I ran the more motivated I became, and I started to get my self esteem back. In 2014 I took a big leap and entered a 100km trail race without any real training, and it all just took off from there. During this race, all of those feelings of not being good enough and wanting to give up had come back. But as soon as I shuffled over the finish line after 22 hours of running, I experienced something that I hadn’t felt in a very long time – the feeling of achievement and self worth. In the space of 3 years I had gone from being a depressed alcoholic, to completing over a dozen Ultra Marathons. I started supporting SPEAK UP! Stay ChatTY in 2015 because I really admired everything Mitch had been doing. Every year now I create a running challenge, where I fundraise, and use the platform I have to create awareness for Mental Illness and Suicide. Since then I have raised over $15,000 for Stay ChatTY, and last years challenge saw me run from Burnie to Hobart in 3 days. My ultimate goal is to encourage everyone to be aware of mental illness in today's society. Mental illness does not discriminate, and if we as a community work together to change our way of thinking about the topic, we will create a more positive environment.
- #Repost @stay_chatty Last week we officially welcomed a new Stay ChatTY Ambassador to the team. Ultra marathon runner, and mental health advocate, Ben Hirst. Read Ben& #39;s story here.... "I struggled with depression and anxiety throughout my twenties, and I depended on alcohol to deal with all my problems and dull my feelings as I really felt like I had no one to talk to. I felt ashamed and didn’t want anyone to think that I had failed. Also being stubborn, I just thought I’d push through it and brush it off. I had become an alcoholic, my health had rapidly declined, and I had racked up a heap of financial debt. After hitting complete rock bottom I was so desperate, but I finally built up the courage to ask for help. And in doing that, I started slowly building my life back together again, and along with that came running. That feeling while running is indescribable, I started running a couple of kms at a time and slowly built it up. The further I ran the more motivated I became, and I started to get my self esteem back. In 2014 I took a big leap and entered a 100km trail race without any real training, and it all just took off from there. During this race, all of those feelings of not being good enough and wanting to give up had come back. But as soon as I shuffled over the finish line after 22 hours of running, I experienced something that I hadn’t felt in a very long time – the feeling of achievement and self worth. In the space of 3 years I had gone from being a depressed alcoholic, to completing over a dozen Ultra Marathons. I started supporting SPEAK UP! Stay ChatTY in 2015 because I really admired everything Mitch had been doing. Every year now I create a running challenge, where I fundraise, and use the platform I have to create awareness for Mental Illness and Suicide. Since then I have raised over $15,000 for Stay ChatTY, and last years challenge saw me run from Burnie to Hobart in 3 days. My ultimate goal is to encourage everyone to be aware of mental illness in today& #39;s society. Mental illness does not discriminate, and if we as a community work together to change our way of thinking about the topic, we will create a more positive environment.
- #Repost @stay_chatty Last week we officially welcomed a new Stay ChatTY Ambassador to the team. Ultra marathon runner, and mental health advocate, Ben Hirst. Read Ben's story here.... "I struggled with depression and anxiety throughout my twenties, and I depended on alcohol to deal with all my problems and dull my feelings as I really felt like I had no one to talk to. I felt ashamed and didn’t want anyone to think that I had failed. Also being stubborn, I just thought I’d push through it and brush it off. I had become an alcoholic, my health had rapidly declined, and I had racked up a heap of financial debt. After hitting complete rock bottom I was so desperate, but I finally built up the courage to ask for help. And in doing that, I started slowly building my life back together again, and along with that came running. That feeling while running is indescribable, I started running a couple of kms at a time and slowly built it up. The further I ran the more motivated I became, and I started to get my self esteem back. In 2014 I took a big leap and entered a 100km trail race without any real training, and it all just took off from there. During this race, all of those feelings of not being good enough and wanting to give up had come back. But as soon as I shuffled over the finish line after 22 hours of running, I experienced something that I hadn’t felt in a very long time – the feeling of achievement and self worth. In the space of 3 years I had gone from being a depressed alcoholic, to completing over a dozen Ultra Marathons. I started supporting SPEAK UP! Stay ChatTY in 2015 because I really admired everything Mitch had been doing. Every year now I create a running challenge, where I fundraise, and use the platform I have to create awareness for Mental Illness and Suicide. Since then I have raised over $15,000 for Stay ChatTY, and last years challenge saw me run from Burnie to Hobart in 3 days. My ultimate goal is to encourage everyone to be aware of mental illness in today's society. Mental illness does not discriminate, and if we as a community work together to change our way of thinking about the topic, we will create a more positive environment.
- You might be thinking "This is a branding/design page, why is there a blog about anxiety?" πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€” Well, as you've noticed we've started to design greeting cards for situations that fucking suck, and one of those is coping with anxiety. 😬😬😬 We thought (and by we, I mean, me, Lindsey) that I would give my 6 tips on helping that person based on my personal experience, while also giving some insight on what inspired me to create these greeting cards. πŸ‘ŠπŸ‘ŠπŸ‘Š We should also mention that @ruokday is coming up 14 September as we do mention them in the article. HINT: it was friends and family not knowing what to do, which lead to doing nothing or the wrong thing.Β πŸ‘†πŸ‘†πŸ‘†Β Link in the bioπŸ‘†πŸ‘†πŸ‘†
- You might be thinking "This is a branding/design page, why is there a blog about anxiety?" πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€” Well, as you& #39;ve noticed we& #39;ve started to design greeting cards for situations that fucking suck, and one of those is coping with anxiety. 😬😬😬 We thought (and by we, I mean, me, Lindsey) that I would give my 6 tips on helping that person based on my personal experience, while also giving some insight on what inspired me to create these greeting cards. πŸ‘ŠπŸ‘ŠπŸ‘Š We should also mention that @ruokday is coming up 14 September as we do mention them in the article. HINT: it was friends and family not knowing what to do, which lead to doing nothing or the wrong thing.Β πŸ‘†πŸ‘†πŸ‘†Β Link in the bioπŸ‘†πŸ‘†πŸ‘†
- You might be thinking "This is a branding/design page, why is there a blog about anxiety?" πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€” Well, as you've noticed we've started to design greeting cards for situations that fucking suck, and one of those is coping with anxiety. 😬😬😬 We thought (and by we, I mean, me, Lindsey) that I would give my 6 tips on helping that person based on my personal experience, while also giving some insight on what inspired me to create these greeting cards. πŸ‘ŠπŸ‘ŠπŸ‘Š We should also mention that @ruokday is coming up 14 September as we do mention them in the article. HINT: it was friends and family not knowing what to do, which lead to doing nothing or the wrong thing.Β πŸ‘†πŸ‘†πŸ‘†Β Link in the bioπŸ‘†πŸ‘†πŸ‘†
- R U OK? --- @ruokday is showing Aussies you’ve got what it takes! Supporting one another is something we all need to do. R U OK are hitting the road for 6 weeks, travelling 14,000 km and visiting over 20 communities to show Australia that we’ve all got what it takes to support those struggling with life. --- I am thrilled that I get to be a part of the conversation convoy. I will be heading into the city on Monday to help get the R U OK conversation started. --- Event details - Date: Monday 28th August. Time: 12:30pm-2:30pm. Location: Federation Square. --- Come join in πŸ’› β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’ #thelongweighdownwithjess #marathondreams #RUOK #hurtingsucks #athlete #igotthis #fit #fitness #running #thisgirlcanVIC #fitfam #fitnesslifestyle #instahealth #weightloss #keepitreal #bigfitgirlmovement #fattofit #ithinkican #notgivingup #beatyesterday #naturalweightloss #strongsmartcapableworthy #ihaveembraced #stronger #slayallday #runner #marathon #goals #socialsoup
- R U OK? --- @ruokday is showing Aussies you’ve got what it takes! Supporting one another is something we all need to do. R U OK are hitting the road for 6 weeks, travelling 14,000 km and visiting over 20 communities to show Australia that we’ve all got what it takes to support those struggling with life. --- I am thrilled that I get to be a part of the conversation convoy. I will be heading into the city on Monday to help get the R U OK conversation started. --- Event details - Date: Monday 28th August. Time: 12:30pm-2:30pm. Location: Federation Square. --- Come join in πŸ’› β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’ #thelongweighdownwithjess #marathondreams #RUOK #hurtingsucks #athlete #igotthis #fit #fitness #running #thisgirlcanVIC #fitfam #fitnesslifestyle #instahealth #weightloss #keepitreal #bigfitgirlmovement #fattofit #ithinkican #notgivingup #beatyesterday #naturalweightloss #strongsmartcapableworthy #ihaveembraced #stronger #slayallday #runner #marathon #goals #socialsoup
- R U OK? --- @ruokday is showing Aussies you’ve got what it takes! Supporting one another is something we all need to do. R U OK are hitting the road for 6 weeks, travelling 14,000 km and visiting over 20 communities to show Australia that we’ve all got what it takes to support those struggling with life. --- I am thrilled that I get to be a part of the conversation convoy. I will be heading into the city on Monday to help get the R U OK conversation started. --- Event details - Date: Monday 28th August. Time: 12:30pm-2:30pm. Location: Federation Square. --- Come join in πŸ’› β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’β€’ #thelongweighdownwithjess #marathondreams #RUOK #hurtingsucks #athlete #igotthis #fit #fitness #running #thisgirlcanVIC #fitfam #fitnesslifestyle #instahealth #weightloss #keepitreal #bigfitgirlmovement #fattofit #ithinkican #notgivingup #beatyesterday #naturalweightloss #strongsmartcapableworthy #ihaveembraced #stronger #slayallday #runner #marathon #goals #socialsoup

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