Mummy's and Nanna's Girls 💕💕💕 Mummy's girl outfit available in purple and pink. Purple set available with pants or with shorts. Nanna's girl outfit available in purple with pants or shorts. Sets are $27 and include matching headband 💜💕💜💕
Remember when we had the old "high tank" toilets? This photo takes me back to my early teenage ears to when the first flush toilets were introduced. My family lived in a large industrial town and we didn't have the sewer or septic tanks until the 60s. Before that we had a pan system (when the night cart man changed the pan every week) or a 'long drop'. The last time I visited a 'long drop' was at a national park in the Northern Territory while on holidays. The smell was overpowering! How on earth did we survive pans and long drops before flush toilets arrived?
“Reaching out to one person can change the world. Maybe not the whole world, but their world.” – Katherine Vjero
Today, Random Acts of Kindness Day, is an annual reminder that in a world where you can be anything, be kind. Even the simplest acts; holding open a door, buying a stranger a coffee, or calling someone to check in, could brighten someone’s day and improve their wellbeing – especially if they’re going through a tough time.
After experiencing anxiety and having others reach out to her, Katherine felt compelled to start kindness initiative ‘Power of the Flower’ – a bunch of beyondblue bouquets that people could send to others with the proceeds kindly going towards our Support Service.
How will you make the world a kinder place? For kindness ideas, visit: bb.org.au/2kYqCD9
If you’re feeling inspired by Katherine’s story or have an idea to bring people together around mental health, we can help: beyondblue.org.au/beyondbluebash
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Have a great weekend. Rain and possible storms predicted for much of NSW over the next couple of days. Drive carefully in the wet, avoid flood waters and see www.ses.nsw.gov.au for storm safety advice.