#13ReasonsWhy opens up the discussion on mental health

If you live on planet earth and are involved on social media, you may have seen an abundance of memes, discussions and a general outpour for Netflix’s newest TV show, 13 Reasons Why. Adapted from Jay Asher’s 2007 book, 13 Reasons Why delves deeper into the psychological and ever lasting effects of bullying. After student Hannah Baker commits suicide, she leaves behind tapes to those who she believes are the reasons why she made her choice to end her life. While the show itself has been hailed as necessary viewing for all students, parents and teachers alike for opening the discussion about bullying, particularly cyber bullying, the show won’t be taken lightly.

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Keep on Movin’ – Holiday Style

Get on up when you’re down, baby take a good look around. I know it’s not much, but it’s okay keep on moving anyway… Turns out 5ive had it right ALL ALONG!

For the past week, I have been lucky enough to be on a family holiday in the lovely Gold Coast, Australia. Whilst we arrived just after one of the biggest cyclone’s to hit Australia, the break was certainly much needed. However, I was determined to stay relatively active during our time away – mostly to keep my body happy and healthy but also because our wedding is only 5 weeks away….

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Road Test: Remedial Massage

Thanks to the office life and a previously poor bed/pillow – my shoulders, neck, pecks, upper back, lower back are all tight. Does that seems like majority of my body? Well you are not wrong and furthermore, my masseuse agreed.

I have had many remedial massages before but generally, I come out of them in more pain than when I went in with. So when I got the chance to try a new therapist… the hands went up. Christine from Christine Webster Massage Therapy was referred to me by a few friends and after knowing Christine for awhile, once she launched her mobile service I had to give it a try.

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