Kia ora e te whānau! I am feeling Christmas spirity and want to make some deserving mamas/papas smile so I'm going to giveaway TEN COPIES OF SONGS FOR BUBBAS 2!!
It's simple to win, all you have to do is like my page and Tag a friend and you're in the draw. Every friend you tag is an entry so enter as many times as you like! Tell me why you think you or your friend need this album if you want to. Winner drawn on Monday morning.
Sending happiness and love your way for this Xmas season and I hope everyone is feeling good and inspired.
Our @athleticsnz team totally smashed these Olympics. How amazing that our small team of 14 walks away with 4 medals. You all have made NZ and our athletics community very proud. This is only the beginning and it's so exciting to see what the future holds for our sport. The depth is incredible and long may it continue. Get down to your local clubs and join in the fun 👌🏼🇳🇿🇧🇷💪🏽#BeTheInspiration #OriginalSport #Athletics #MainEvent #Congrats #InspiringFutureOlympians #NZProud
HUGE LIP PRODUCT GIVEAWAY W. SALLY JO!! 💋 ➖Win: 🔹3x Kylie Cosmetics Matte Liquid Lipstick + 1x Lipliner 🔹2x Kylie Cosmetics Gloss 🔹2x Colourpop Ultra Metallic Lip 🔹1x Colourpop Ultra Glossy Lip 🔹3x Ulta3 Longwear Lip Cream 🔹2x Ulta3 Matte Lipstick 🔹3x Designer Brands Longwear Matte Lip 🔹16x Chi Chi Viva La Diva Lipstick ➖How to enter! 💄 🔸Simply 'like' this page and tag a friend in the comments below who would love this prize 💕 🔸For an extra entry check out my Instagram and follow the steps on my latest pic https://www.instagram.com/_sallyjo_/ 🔸Winner announced in one week, comp is international 💓 love you guys xx
COMPETITION TIME! Go in the draw to WIN the new Canon EOS 1300D simply by posting a favourite photo you have taken recently in the comments below. For full competition t's & c's see https://www.harveynorman.co.nz/competitions.html
We are so pleased with our latest website upgrade we are celebrating its new speed! To prove how awesome it is (and we are x) we have the quickest giveaway possible. Tag a friend in to be in the draw to win this Big Bang Foodbox that will be delivered to the winner tomorrow night!!!!!! (we will announce a potential winner every 15 minutes from 11am today until we hear back an address. The first address back from our potential winner announcements is the overall winner!) https://foodbox.co.nz
DEPRESSION: I'm admitting to myself It's back and I'll be taking a short break from social media and trying to reduce my workload to figure out some new coping mechanisms for myself. I try not to air too much of my dirty laundry, or play the "poor me" card on social media but depression is one topic that I'll talk about now and then (as uncomfortable as it is) because I know it helps so many people. I get messages nearly everyday asking how I cope with it, I get asked about my battle with depression often in interviews, I'm very well aware at how much depression and suicide continues to be a serious problem in our country - so all of this drives me to share what I can with my own journey with the hope it motivates someone else to seek help, to speak up and hopefully improve their lifestyle and happiness or ultimately save a life 🙏🏾 I've suffered depression (driven from PTSD) from as far back as a teenager, not realising what it was until a breakdown at the age of 30, which then forced me to seek help and speak with someone about it. Since then I have worked at managing and coping through good, clean healthy eating, plenty of regular exercise, learning to communicate my feelings, becoming more in tune with my body, my moods and the "triggers" that can set me off as well as training my mind to see the love, the good and the positive. These practices have worked for me for the past 5-6 years, I haven't needed medication (I haven't wanted it. I know some do but I didn't want to use it) and over the past 2-3 months though,things have changed. Last night during my MRI, laying there for 25 minutes while the machine did its thing on my knee) I had a few moments of realisation and confrontation. Recently I've been feeling myself fall back into the black pit, usually I can pull myself out pretty quickly but it's happening more often and for longer periods of time. I'm having horrible dark thoughts and dreams which become really upsetting. I'm craving more and more alcohol, fried and sugary foods. I'm moody, snapping and distancing myself from people. But I guess the positive is - I am aware of all this and I know why it's all happening. I have a few stresses in my life at the moment (yeah I know who doesn't right!) And one of them is that my major coping mechanism (exercise!) has been non existent for the past 6 weeks (due to injury), coupled with increased alcohol intake and a poor diet, this has let that black dog right back into my life and I feel like a big, lazy failure! Anyway I've rambled enough here, I've been awake since 4am thinking about my plan ahead and decided this would be one of my steps forward. I have a few work commitments this week including a trip to Christchurch tonight and a holiday with my husband this weekend, on top of committing to these things I'll be taking some quiet time to look into other coping mechanisms that could work for me at the moment, surround myself with love and positivity, avoid alcohol, clean up my eating and work on a few more easy going, stress free goals. This is not a call for help, I'll be fine I have a plan and good support around me. It's a call out for anyone else that could be feeling this way to seek help, chat to someone or start researching and reading about why you could be thinking, feeling or behaving certain ways. Here is a website to get you started if you need somewhere to go:
NB - pic is of me before my MRI, I haven't been admitted 😁😂🙏🏾
Any posts or replies that happen from now til the weekend will be from my admin team (first time ever I've handed the pages over to them)
When I was young I always wanted to be a silver fern. I knew all the players names and watched ever single game. One of my favorite players was Tania Nicholson. Best smile in the game and one of the best GS there was. I wanted to be just like her, and hoped that when I grew up my legs would look like hers, best legs in the game. 😀😀 In my adult life I had the pleasure of playing in her club team for a season. The first time I met her I was delighted to discover that behind that amazing smile was an incredibly lovely, happy, positive and beautiful person. Spending a night out drinking with her solidified just how awesome she was. Tania Dalton blessed thousands of us with her smile and beautiful spirit. The world is lucky to have had her in it for 45years and I reckon she made thousands of lives that much more special for knowing her. And crammed in a lifetime of awesomeness in just 45 yrs. Rest easy gorgeous girl. What a loss to the world you are 💖 And if we take anything from such a cruel loss, it would be to live every day to its fullest and hug your family a little tighter tonight. 💖💖