Coming Back Home

 In Mental Fitness, Physical Fitness, PTSD, Self-Development

Look past people’s differences and be open to hearing their stories 👉 you might be surprised at what you can learn from a conversation….
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Over the last few days as we have prepared for the inaugural Bali Hope SwimRun I have had the pleasure of meeting people who definitely don’t “swim” in my usual pool!
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In fact, I don’t really swim,🏊 It’s not that I can’t, it’s just that I’ve never seen how it could be a fun sport…
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Until I was introduced to the seemingly harmless combination of trail running and swimming, I became intrigued 🤔
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SwimRun is huge in Europe, it’s growing worldwide and it’s an interesting race format.
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Tomorrow, Saturday the 8th of December I will SwimRun around Nusa Lembongan and Cennigan Islands, the best part is I won’t be alone 😱
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Teathered to a beautiful stranger by a 3 metre length of bungee cord and competing against teams from across the globe, we will swim and we will run!
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I’m joined by Bali Hope Ultra Veterans Kyron, & Josh and a host of “SwimRun” Hero’s who are battling the Plastic Tide to create a better world.
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Wayne
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A short video from the Bali Hope SwimRun
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Thanks to the amazing media team!
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Wayne
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We know that feeling of walking through the door to a different world all too well…

…back into a life at home that you barely recognize.

So how does one come back after this?

They train you how to go to war, but they don’t train you how to come back…

For me, it was running 🏃‍
And in the Centenary of Armistice, I ran from Brisbane to Winton for young veterans.

This was part of my journey of finding hope, healing, and purpose…and it’s how you can too.
You know you are not alone.

Join us on the journey back home…

Join us on the ‘Run for Resilience’, where we help veterans and their families reconnect and re-integrate back into home life.

Reply ‘RUN’ to this post to be part of the veteran’s story of finding resilience on the journey home from war.

~ Wayne

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Wayne

We know that feeling of walking through the door to a different world all too well…

…back into a life at home that you barely recognize.

So how does one come back after this?

They train you how to go to war, but they don’t train you how to come back…

For me, it was running 🏃‍
And in the Centenary of Armistice, I ran from Brisbane to Winton for young veterans.

This was part of my journey of finding hope, healing, and purpose…and it’s how you can too.
You know you are not alone.

Join us on the journey back home…

Join us on the ‘Run for Resilience’, where we help veterans and their families reconnect and re-integrate back into home life.

Reply ‘RUN’ to this post to be part of the veteran’s story of finding resilience on the journey home from war.

~ Wayne

🗻🐐🏃

 

There are a few special people that come into our lives from time to time
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Some of them it seems for only a short time; while others just never seem to leave…..
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There are those who never seem to change and then there are the few who you can see transform right before your very eyes
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In May this year, I had the pleasure to meet the most amazing, genuine and heart-centered couple ever 🙏
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Lyndsay and Joseph 👉 I can’t wait until May to see you both again 🎊🎉
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The Bali Hope 👉 Hostess with the Mostest 👉 Infectious Smile 😀 Lyndsay Lee  just like a butterfly 🦋

 

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