Laughter with Cancer
Jul 27, 2017 23:11:36

Have the habit to ask yourself:
“What is the smallest joy will I find today?”

Focus on a higher vibration of joy and train your brain to look for the good in every day.

Be conscious with the questions you ask.

Resist yourself from asking,”What else will go wrong today?”

What you ask, you shall get.

What’s wrong is always available, so is what’s right.

What is the smallest joy have you found today?

Pass this on. Share the ❤

Love & hugs,
Nat xx

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Laughter with Cancer
Jul 27, 2017 22:21:25

One of the biggest challenge for cancer patient is having positive body image once you lost your hair.

The first time I go out bald in public was terrifying but there after I gained freedom.

What is your story?

Pass this on. Share the 💗

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Laughter with Cancer
Jul 27, 2017 12:52:31

D812: BRINGING HAPPINESS FOR THE STUDENTS

I’m excited to be running workshops for Chisholm Institute students in September. I’ll be presenting in 3 different campuses.

Thank you Corey Pais for the opportunity and for supporting my mission to make this world a happier place.

Even more, blessing to get paid doing what I love.

Let’s get this world happy.

Contact me if your workplace needs a positive boost and strategies to deal with stress.

Happy people deliver better result!

27.07.17

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Laughter with Cancer
Jul 26, 2017 14:06:07

D811: THE POWER OF MANIFESTATION

Today, I received this new HTC U11.
Looking forward to make more awesome videos with amazing people.

If you know someone who I should visit for a hug and interview please let me know.

26.07.17

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Laughter with Cancer
Jul 26, 2017 04:14:34

JULY IS A SARCOMA AWARENESS MONTH

I want to honor Gavan who passed away on 23rd March 2016, just 3 months after he and his beautiful wife Maria, visited me at the hospital.

Even though he has been diagnosed as terminal, he was more concerned that I was in pain that day. That’s how beautiful he is. We were both diagnosed with Ewing Sarcoma, it was quite rare for adults to have them. I shared a ward with him a few months before he was given his terminal news. I visited him a few days before he passed away. His joyful spirit never left him.

Let’s keep his wisdom in our heart and to not let anything get you down.

Life is too short and precious to be spent with worries.

Rest in joy Gavan. Always in my heart.

In October 27th, I will be walking 25km for Gavan and my other friends who have passed and still battling cancer.

I would love to have you join me or support me on this cause dear to me : http://participate.theoneday.org.au/site/TR/Walk/Melbourne2017?px=1253543&pg=personal&fr_id=1110

#cancerawareness #cancerhero

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Laughter with Cancer
Jul 26, 2017 03:20:42

Caption this for me 🙂

When life throws you pineapple…
Own it like a boss.

Be playful with your struggle because life is a game and if we are still breathing we are still winning it.

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Laughter with Cancer
Jul 26, 2017 01:35:05

You are an artist of your life. Go create a beautiful life.

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Laughter with Cancer
Jul 25, 2017 08:42:19

D810: LIFE IS FULL OF SURPRISES + ANOTHER SQUATS IN THE PARK

Back in the days someone does dancing around the world. Imagine if I do squatting around the world haha.

25.07.17

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Laughter with Cancer
Jul 25, 2017 01:48:53

Watermelon is amazing during chemo. It hydrates and tastes great when your taste buds has gone strange.

I usually knock on it haha 🙂 Now I will watch for these extra signs.

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