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Blind in the ears, deaf in the eyes 12–14 Oct

Auckland

Jacquelyn Ritete has a passion for creativity and art making. She describes herself as a literal visual artist with a twist of her own perception of a concept. Exhibiting artworks of her stories through ten years of experience in the mental health sector, Jacquelyn will nurture and connect with the public of Papakura, Auckland in support of Mental Health Awareness Week.

Blind in the ears, deaf in the eyes was a quote used growing up. Simply a funny way of a person not listening or not seeing what is pointed out. This exhibition title may not make sense but it may bring humour, interest or curiosity about mental health issues

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The 5 natural ways

Five natural ways to wellbeing

Connect

Me Whakawhanaunga 

Connecting with nature is great for you! The beauty is in how simple it can be. Remember if you can’t get outside, you can always bring the outdoors in.

 

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Give

Tukua

Nature provides, it gives everything needed to not only survive, but thrive. Here’s some cool ways you can give back to nature:

 

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Take notice

 Me aro tonu

It's common to go about your daily life, oblivious to your natural environment. Take some time to be mindful of what’s happening around you.

 

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Keep learning

Me ako tonu

There’s always something new to learn and discover when you interact with nature:

 

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Be active

Me kori tonu

Getting outside exposure and exercising is good for your overall health and wellbeing, plus it strengthens you connection with nature:

 

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