Depth in detail - the dimension series.
"Instead of waiting for people to ask for help, reach out to them first" - @lefthookleon
Subtle and mysterious - the dimension series.
Roxie - @roxiemohebbi mentions some key components that help enable connection: "Practice vunerability, our shared experiences as people are the key to connection. Openess enables that". #peoplepresence
Colour design. 👏🏼 @eleven7four #peoplepresence
@lauramcinnes - Known for her eloquence at @sniffersmag, illustrates the importance of personal connection: “Being present means empowering others, making a positive impact on peoples lives and using your platform with purpose. I’m blessed to be able to tell stories and make connections within our community and beyond as the co-editor of SNIFFERS magazine, but internal connection is just as important. Personal outlets like writing are a great way to connect with yourself, release and stay aligned when life gets overwhelming.” #peoplepresence
Lochie Watson - @lowchiewatson touches on the simple pleasures: "Being connected is very important to me, especially in the current age. We have digital tools to promote this but being there in person can mean that little bit more". #peoplepresence
Paul Lee - @pauleeoppa / @ockheedokey ponsonby's hospitality star, shares some simple reminders about connection: "Without being connected with my friends and sharing the joy of life and looking after each other, I don’t see myself getting through tough times in life and being optimistic about the future. Life is good with good friends around you". #peoplepresence
The "global" & "people" T-shirts: An online exclusive. Supporting Global mental health awareness day - Sat October 10th. $10 from every purchase is donated to the Mental Health Foundation NZ. #people #global #peoplepresence
Julian Savea - Professional rugby player @juliansavea7 explains how he maintains wellbeing through connection amongst his busy schedule: "Connection plays a big part in my well-being. Connecting with my wife, kids, family, mates and my job is honestly so hard but is SO important. I think a really big one is also connecting with myself, figuring out what makes me tick, what makes me divert from my goal and being able to get back on track with life. What’s great about this is that I can have a bad day/ moment and just tick everything I said up top and if one of those aren't ticked then I know how to go about my next actions. I guess that’s how I plan or deal with things when they aren't going good". #peoplepresence
Aasha-samara Nimo - @glittergirlclub with her aesthetics on lock and wisdom for days, lays down her transparent tips on how she stays connected: "Discerning what serves me and what doesn’t. I digest unresolved experiences in therapy to honour the health of my emotional cycle- difficult actions, but actions nonetheless that keep me aware of my mind + body connection and help me as I revert in and out of survival mode". #peoplepresence
As reflections make appearances. #futurefamiliar #premierehoodsandcrews
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Living life in hi-fi. #futurefamiliar #premiere
Cassidy Morris - @cassidymorris model and long time friend of Huffer, touches on the importance of connection: "As we go through life we experience feeling lost or disconnected from ourselves and our relationships. Finding something that centres you and your focus is important. That's how I feel connected. Breathing is a great tool for that". #peoplepresence #mhawnz
Gareth Steven - @garethxmf a friend of Huffer and happiest on the decks, knows how connection plays a part in his wellbeing: "Connection is knowing yourself, knowing how your peers operate and knowing you're stable within each other” #peoplepresence #mhawnz
Teeks - @thisteeks, a captivating soul singer, gives his indepth knowledge on how he stays connected: "Connection to me is a holistic practice. Connection with the inner self, with spirituality, with nature. Also understanding that we are a social species and human connection is vital to our wellbeing. Spending time with friends and family is important".
Soraya LaPread - @sorayalapread, a friend and artist who knows how to move a crowd, throws truth and reveals her practical tips on how she stays connected: "Some of us withdraw when we feel we are not at our best. Talking to people you feel comfortable with can help if even to rationalise your own thoughts. We thrive off of connections as they give us a sense of self and happiness. As friends, family, colleagues we should try to be a little more aware of others around us. You may think somebody doesn't like you or is anti-social, they may need reassurance and companionship but don't know how to ask for help". #peoplepresence #mhawnz