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The kindness diaries

  This last week I was unwell with a fluey cold and watched WAY too much Netflix, but was good to get some relaxation time in for my body. One thing I watched was The Kindness Diaries. This is a doco about Leon, a guy who travels from Alaska to Argentina in a very old yellow VW Beetle, solely on the kindness of others. He’s not able to spend or accept any money; instead, he has to ask others for…

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Show kindness this Christmas and remember it’s not “merry” for everyone

The festive season is well and truly in full swing with Christmas parties and messages galore. While most people are wishing others a “merry” or “happy” Christmas, it’s also important to remember those who aren’t feeling so merry or happy. Christmas is a time of year where a lot of people I see in the mental health and justice space are suffering. They’re missing loved ones who’ve passed, they’re missing kids they are unable to see, and some are without…

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