- For Sale -
314/123 Union Street, Cooks Hill
3 Bed | 2 Bath | 2 Car
A light filled haven of allure & style displaying inspired open plan living featuring zoned climate controlled dining and living spaces, 3 large bedrooms & sky-lit separate office.
Contact Kate Rundle on 0418 682 377 or email [email protected] to find out more.
Yesterday I graduated as furniture designer with the development of the interior and furniture design for the entrance at the new residential apartment building 'Space apartment' by @Vasselaiinc - this is 'Bend Lounge' a part of the furniture collection for entrance // #furniture#design#minimal#danishdesign#graphical
Our Haematology Department offers expert diagnosis and treatment for a wide range of blood-related abnormalities and diseases. Our Consultant Haematologist & Bone Marrow Transplant specialist Dr. Louie Alldawi is experienced in dealing with benign and malignant haematology conditions.
Dial 04-2750900 to book your appointment or click link in bio.
"I have had alopecia since I was a kid. It came and went, usually small bald spots here and there triggered by stress. My friends would ask about my bald spot, and I would come up with a lie. They would always grow back.... up until December 2015. I found a quarter sized bald spot on my head. I hadn't had alopecia since I was 13. I thought this time it would be like the rest, it would grow back. Fast forward to November 2016, I was losing small amounts of my hair until November... then, I rapidly started losing my hair. I was horrified as any female would be, I was sad, depressed, and I felt UGLY. I wore my first wig in December of 2016. It got so bad I could not hide my spots anymore, I had to wear wigs. I would brush my hair and clumps would fall out. CLUMPS. I cried every time. I balled my face off, I would cry so hard my eyes would almost be closed shut.
Finally, on December 26th, 2016 I decided to pull a Britney and shave my head entirely. I was tired of false hope and holding onto literally strands of hair I had left.
I have alopecia totalis. I do not grow hair on my head, my legs, my arms, armpits, and I am slowly losing my eyebrows. Mine was triggered by a massive amount of stress. This disease is not controllable. I never thought I would be brave enough to post a picture of me being bald. I never thought I would be bald...But I am, and I am so proud of myself and the challenges I have overcome and continue to overcome daily.
If you have alopecia (or are doubting your beauty in anyway) know you ARE beautiful no matter what and it gets easier, much easier." - Shelly Lauzon ❤❤
The #Truth About Fruit! I know when we all decide to "get healthy" we beef up on our fruits and veggies to promote #HealthyEating. Now don't get me wrong, fruit is a great source of natural antioxidants and fiber, however when attempting to trim down those calories/carbohydrates can work against you if not strategically consumed.
1. Focus on berries, fibrous, and small fruits. Raspberries, blueberries, strawberries, kiwis, clementines, plums, peaches, and small apples are the kinds of fruits you should reach for first.
2. Enjoy fruits in moderation but focus on eating more vegetables. Fruits are good, but vegetables, especially green leafy or fibrous vegetables, should be a focus on your plan.
3. Consume your fruit at the top of your day if possible. Your metabolism is at its peak earlier in the day. Your body can use the fuel as energy throughout the day. Avoid eating fruit in the evenings as the metabolism is slower and the carbs will simply be broken down to sugar and stored as fat.
I hope this message finds you well-Keep #Living & #Learning! 😜🌎 **********************************************
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@circulrco black mesh watch.
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