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Since I started Me Time. Just For Me a little over 12 months ago, it has been slowing evolving into more of a movement. A safe place to chat, let go & know that you are not alone with your struggles, or your thoughts.

The Me Time Movement is a dedicated space to bring you tools, resources, retreats & products that I believe are the right fit for our Me Timers.

I hope you find what you are looking for here. If you would like to contribute to the page, please shoot me an email.

Hey Sue


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For a limited time, you can now access all of My Mindful Years freebies & resources.
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We wish you and your family health and wellness during this challenging time.

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Beyond Blue recognises and understands the feelings of anxiety, distress and concern many people may be experiencing in relation to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Beyond Blue's new COVID-19 Mental Health Support Service Beyond Blue is working around the clock to build a dedicated COVID-19 Mental Health Support Service. This is in response to the growing demand for mental health support as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.

This new service will be funded by the Australian Government. The service will offer free counselling by mental health professionals for all people in Australia 24/7, both online and over the phone. It will also provide free and easily accessible information and advice around coping with COVID-19, isolation and connection, workplace and financial hardship, and how best to support the mental health of loved ones. The service will be continually updated with new information, and enhanced with other tools and supports, over the coming weeks and months.

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Managing emotional wellbeing for expecting and new parents affected by natural disasters, global crises or concerns for the future

Reactions to disaster and other crises Natural disasters and other major global crises like viral epidemics, wars or acts of hate can have major and long-lasting impacts for many people. These can reach far beyond the individuals, families and communities directly affected by the events themselves and can last for a significant period of time.

People may react in different ways to traumatic events, and sometimes the true impacts may not appear for some time. Those directly affected by a disaster or crisis may be injured or ill or feel grief from the loss they have endured. They may also experience shock, difficulty sleeping, inability to focus or plan ahead, be overwhelmed, feel unsafe or constantly replay the traumatic event in their minds.

Climate change and the effect it will have on our planet is another long-standing and common concern for many. Anxieties related to climate change can build up over time leading to the erosion of a person’s belief in what the future holds for themselves and their families.

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Clair has been working around the clock to put together resources for us and our kids. She now has a resource hub that houses meditations, journaling idea's and mindfulness activities for the kids.
Please open yourself up to Clair and let her help you heal.
Jump on and have a look.

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