Sharing my beautiful friend Emma Miceli's story and fundraising campaign to help her get an assistance dog! Emma has severe autism and an intellectual disability. An assistance dog could change her life and support her everyday.
Brilliant article by my beautiful friend Naomi for World Mental Health Day. Proud of her and all those who can stand up and say “I’m not ok”, to seek help!
“”It takes more strength and courage than you could ever know (unless you’ve been there) to admit to yourself that you have a mental health illness, it takes an enormous heart to be honest enough to tell your support network that you need help, it takes an open mind and a strength of character to take that help and improve your life one day, one moment, one breath at a time.”
The 10th of October yearly is World Mental Health Day. Think about it right now as you are reading this there is someone in your life who is suffering from a mental illness whether you know about it or not, there is. And today is a day where we can all open the doors of communication and talk about it, enrich and even save lives, with the goal of making every day a day just like this.
Here are the bare facts that as a citizen of the human race you need to know about. In Australia alone:
At least 6 people commit suicide everyday
For every failed suicide there are 30 attempts
More people die from suicide than road accidents
1 in 5 Australians suffer from a mental health problem
54% of people with a mental illness do not access treatment
These findings are for lack of a better…
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I saw a girl in trouble on the train. I stepped in and I'm so glad I did. So often we hesitate when we could use our voice and support someone.
In March 2015, I trekked to Everest Base Camp with an incredible group of supporters from World Vision Australia, raising more than $100,000 for women and children in Nepal. One month after I returned home to Australia, on 25 April 2017, a devastating earthquake hit Nepal. Now, two years and four months on, I’ve returned … Continue reading My first trip back to Nepal, post 2015 earthquake
These blogs from my India and Singapore trip at the start of 2017 are so far behind. As I'm now on my way back to South Asia, I thought it might be time to get them up! They're written and ready to go - so here you are! I'll also be posting everyday from Nepal … Continue reading A day in Delhi and the road to Agra
Beer, amazing venues on the Gold Coast, great company and did we mention beer? When I heard about Hop on Brewery Tours I was a firm “YES!” If you’re not a “beer drinker”, this tour will open your eyes, expand your pallet and change your mind about the whole beer thing. I heard about this … Continue reading Got Beer? Join the Hop on Brewery Tours, Gold Coast
Combining travel and health, we love this business! Take a look at the business profile of Sam Lippiatt from Health and Fitness Travel
We like to profile businesses and people that we think are doing great things. Health and Fitness Travel is right up there. Combining the love of travel with the importance of health and well being. As soon as we heard about it from one of the founders, Sam Lippiatt, we had to know more. Read here about how Sam started the business and why she’s passionate about running the company!
Name: Samantha Lippiatt
Business: Health and Fitness Travel
Position: Co-Founder and Managing Director
Country of Residence: Australia
Business Phone: 1300 551 353
Give us your elevator pitch. What does your business do?
Health and Fitness Travel is a luxury wellness travel company specialising in creating exceptional healthy holidays around the world. We are Australia’s only dedicated health and wellness travel agency.
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Why did you start your business?
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