Get caught speeding, illlegally using your mobile phone, not using a seatbelt or helmet this holiday period, and you’ll face double the consequences. Double demerits are in force Wednesday 25 January to Sunday 29 January inclusive - so think twice. #TowardsZero http://roadsafety.transport.nsw.gov.au/campaigns/double-demerits.html
Instead of posting a cute caption filled with emojis I'm going to tell you what's really on my mind... Happy Friday. I'm glad this week is over. It's been filled with lots of nice swims at the beach, smoothie bowls for brekkie, ya knowww (don't judge I'm having #timeoff right now)... but it's also been one of those weeks filled with crying for no reason, anxiety attacks, sleepless nights, and endless stomach pain. I lay awake last night telling my brain over and over that tomorrow is a new day and that there wouldn't be any random bouts of being sad, or anxiety over literally nothing. But who knows... our brains and minds are so complicated, and much as I'd love to say I understand mine completely, I don't. At all!
The reason I'm telling you all this is because I really think it's time that we break down the barriers on Instagram. I want to start talking about real issues, sharing my thoughts and experiences, and most of all, being more genuine and honest to you all.
I think a lot of you that follow my profile (guys and girls alike) are so similar to me and go through so many of the same trials and tribulations on a daily basis. However, the world of Instagram separates us so much. When someone is categorised as an 'influencer' all of a sudden they are seen not as just a regular man of woman, but as a sun kissed, high flying, bikini wearing, kale sipping, well travelled, social media guru. But take all the planes, DJ gigs, airports, photo shoots and champagne pops away.... and we're all exactly the same. A soul, in a human body, living through this experience and journey we call life. Back to the beginning of my post, if you, like me, and so many other young people in the world are struggling with mental or physical health problems. Don't be afraid to reach out! There are so many people, and organisations that are there specifically for YOU! And if that's you that I'm talking about, I really hope you read this post and feel slightly less alone on your journey. Sure, it might not give you the courage (yet) to reach out and talk about your issues, but I really hope it makes you realise you are not alone! With love, Tiger ❤❤❤
Today’s resignation of Premier Mike Baird is an opportunity to reset mining policy in New South Wales to prioritise the protection of our land, water and regional communities.
The Shenhua coal project and CSG exploration licences still threaten the Liverpool Plains.
The incoming Premier needs to stand up as leader and take urgent action to safeguard food-producing lands, precious groundwater resources and the drinking water of our major cities from risky coal and gas mining, a new Premier can and must make that happen.
Our captain Richo ripped into me at training last week for taking short cuts and not running around the goal posts during our warm up lap. Really Richo. You think this is the reason my man consistently beats me on a Saturday. You don't think the fact that I have 12 pots and 20 darts every Friday night after work could also be a factor.
Nearly a week on... Lots of you have asked about my birth story. It's coming! Just being mumma at the moment but I also don't want to leave it too long so everything is as fresh as possible in my mind 💕📷 @elsacampbell @birthphotographycollective
Sign Petition to get Cranbourne billboard reinstated. https://www.change.org/p/qms-media-reinstate-the-cranbourne-billboard?recruiter=316516191&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=share_twitter_responsive
Hey guys, really looking forward to two massive shows at Mornington this weekend as part of the Red Hot Summer Tour, then we're off to Tamworth for Australia Day Eve (next Wednesday) before heading to beautiful Gympie in Queensland for Australia Day. See you out there!
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