Gisteren hebben wij gevierd dat de zoon van Nienke is geslaagd! Wat kan je dan super trots op je kind zijn 😀🎉! Wij feliciteren alle geslaagden, toppers!!! 🇳🇱
Vandaag doen we het rustig aon.
Morgen begroeten wij je graag in de sfeervolle showroom van De Pauperhut. Mooie dag!
De Pauperhut. Wonen in weldaad
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Eesveen / Marijenkampen
Van Karnebeeklaan nr 4 te Eesveen.
This right here! 100 weeks #sober baby! Blessings on blessings 🙌🏾 All I can say is thank you, thank you, thank you! I am grateful for the opportunity to be my better self, mind, body, spirit and soul ♥️ #Thankyou
0 740 minutes ago
My mental health has suffered these past few days.
I have anxiety about returning to work. .
I have anxiety about when my life returns to normal. How do I stay sober after having a stressful week. .
What will I do after work to relax.
How do sober people handle being around drunk people?
What do sober people do for fun? Once lockdown is eased and things return to normal will I have the will power to not go out into town?
What will I do for my 30th birthday is having a party the best idea if I’m sober?
The only thing I know is I don’t want to drink again. Just need to figure this shit out one day at a time. Being sober is much more than just giving up booze it’s a completely new mind set and lifestyle. I and going to have to make hard choices having a drink with friends once this is over is easy. .
If I quit now I’ll end up right back where I first began I don’t wanna go there only forward.
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➡️Dinsdag t/m zaterdag open van 10:00 uur tot 17:00 (Volgens regels van het RIVM, voor meer info, zie eerdere post of onze webwinkel: www.dehoutenschaal.nl )
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Über dieses Zitat bin ich in „We are the luckiest“ von @laura_mckowen gestolpert und es hat Klick gemacht. Ich bin ebenfalls der festen Überzeugung, dass alles, was im Leben passiert, seinen Sinn hat. • Warum kann ich nicht „normal“ trinken wie jeder andere? Warum kann ich nicht einfach essen, ohne Gewissensbisse? Warum struggle ich mit Alkohol und womit habe ich diese Essstörung verdient? All das sind die falschen Fragen. • Ich versuche mehr und mehr anzunehmen, dass wer/wo/wie ich jetzt bin, genau richtig ist. Dieser Platz ist für mich reserviert. Damit ich von hier aus wachsen kann. • Was kann ich aus dieser Situation für mich mitnehmen? Wie kann ich vielleicht auch anderen durch meinen Struggle helfen? Was lehrt mich meine Reise, die mich an diesen Ort geführt hat? Und wie kann ich meinen Weg von hier aus weiter gestalten? • Es geht nie um eine Opferhaltung. Es geht ums Annehmen des Augenblicks und deiner Vollkommenheit im Hier und Jetzt. Um die Zuversicht, die sich daraus ergibt und den Mut, den du entwickeln kannst, wenn du weißt, du bist vollkommen richtig. Alles, was du tun musst, ist von hier aus in Freiheit und Verantwortung den nächsten kleinen Schritt zu gehen - und wohin er dich führt, wird ebenfalls genau richtig für dich sein. 🗺 #keepgoing#quote#soberquote#wearetheluckiest#sober#soberlife#soberlifestyle#soberaf#recovery#recoveryquote#soberdiary#soberdiaries#soberjourney#soberjournal#nüchtern#nobooze#bulimiarecovery#essstörungrecovery#qotd#mindfulquote#growth#wachstum#niceundnüchtern
0 71 hour ago
This really hits home for me.
I am so glad that I finally have my priorities in order. I will never let my loved ones come last again ❤️
S w e d i s h h i s t o r y... Good morning dear friends! This antique Swedish box hides a piece of history ... It is a wooden sugar box from the 19th century. The sugar loaves, as they then called it, were broken into this by means of the cleaver. The sugar parts fell through the holes and were collected in the drawer.
Sugar was expensive at that time, so only people of nobility had such a chest.
It is a beautiful sober box that tells a nice piece of history ... the name in the knife also confirms its origin ..
You can find this treasure and more... in our update tonight. At 8 p.m. (c.e.t)
We have to do without the sun today at this part of world...lots of rain at the moment, but nature really needs it after the warm period of the past weeks... Enjoy your Friday!
I've gone from drinking 24 hours a day to not drinking for 150 days. It's hard being on my own, I don't want anyone ever to feel sorry for me, but it does have it's ups and downs and I do have the downs but I just feel them and know they will pass and no matter how down and shit I feel, I know I have this bubbling away to keep me smiling (I do smile now and again) A very special person made me aware that 40% of my 2020 has been sober...mind blown (and I'm doing it). So like me if you have woken up this morning knowing you went to bed sober as a judge then you have already given yourself the best start to any day
Thanks so much for tagging and sharing 🙌 hope you had an amazing day 🙌
Celebrating 4 years sober today!
It’s always a weird day for me, full of emotions. Part of me doesn’t want to make it a big deal because should it be really? Part of me wants to sing it from the rooftops because I never thought I’d make it this far. I never thought I’d make it at all.
So I share this now, not for congratulations, but for hope to anyone that may need it. Especially during these times.
Alcoholics Anonymous has seen a 300% rise in enquiries since mid March. We need to support each other now more than ever.
If you, or anyone you know is struggling with alcohol or addiction please talk about it, talking about it and taking that first step to recovery saves lives.
There is a way out, not only to a life without alcohol or drugs, but a life of freedom, where you never need to even think about using again. A life of feeling. It’s never too late ❤️
“Caring for your inner child has a powerful and surprisingly quick result: Do it and the child heals.”
– Martha Beck
At some point in life we all grow up. It’s inevitable, before we know it we are filled with responsibilities and real adult life! It may be difficult to reconnect with our inner child, but I promise it’s possible and if you look deep enough your inner child does still exist. It may be hiding under the layers of responsibilities, obligations, time schedules, and life goals but If you take a few deep breaths, relax you can start to remember how wonderful it was to be a kid.
Do you remember the last time you felt playful and spontaneous, when did you have fun without guilt or anxiety? Playing like you did when you were a child can help you feel more connected with that part of you. It also encourages healing, the more you play the more happy feelings come back, helping you to connect with your inner child.
You can do this by making a list of things that brought you joy when you were young. Spend some time daydreaming and reliving these memories as though they were happening today.
We used some of our working time to play on the trampoline, There is so much going on in the world now, it’s important to try and find your happy it may have only been 5 minutes but that 5 minutes made us laugh so hard we both nearly pee’d our pants, it’s five minutes that helped us remember what it was like to be a kid.
As adults we can adjust our perspectives and make responsible decisions without losing what made us happy little kids. We must never forget to love ourselves the way we are with no judgment on ourselves or others. We need to do the things in life that truly make us feel good from the inside out. We need to play outside, make new friends, and when we can, give more hugs 💓
6 251 hour ago
Imagine a world with no alcohol. 🍷No wine. 🍻 No beer. 🥃 Nobody has ever been drunk! .
Then one day I turn up at your house and offer you a very special new pill. The answer to all your problems. I tell you that I have something ESSENTIAL to your happiness. 🤔 My sales banter is so good that you invite me in.
I offer you a pill 💊 which, I explain, will make you forget your stress and give you a warm fuzzy feeling. 🤗 You’re ON BOARD! .
"Now. Before you take the pill," I say. "What are you doing tomorrow?" .
“Super busy day!” you announce. .
“Nah - probs just cancel that.” I suggest. .
“Oh. Okay." .
Next - I pull out a clipboard and read all the risks of taking the pill. You make yourself comfy…. .
"Weight gain, impotence, infertility, anxiety, stroke, depression, heart disease, cardiomyopathy, atrial fibrillation, breast cancer, colorectal cancer, liver cancer, throat cancer, mouth cancer, nasal cancer, liver cirrhosis, diabetes, epilepsy, pancreatitis, self harm, addiction, accidental death 💀." .
😏 You look at me sideways and ask - “So, how many of these little pills can I take without risking all that stuff.”
. “None,” I say. “There is no safe amount.” .
Would you take the pill? 😐
En cas de douleur lombaire, votre premier instinct vous pousserait à rester au lit, ou de supprimer tout mouvement. Il y a quelques décennies, votre médecin vous l’aurait peut-être même conseillé. Et pourtant… vous auriez tort!
En effet, l’immobilisation peut provoquer des effets délétères sur votre récupération. Mais pourquoi l’activité est-elle plus recommandée que le repos?
Votre corps est merveilleusement fait. Il a cependant besoin de mouvement et d'activité pour rester dans des conditions optimales. Dans le cas contraire, plusieurs effets négatifs apparaissent.
Vos muscles s’enraidissent progressivement, et vos ligaments et tendons perdent leur flexibilité. Mais ce n’est pas tout !
Vos disques intervertébraux, majoritairement composés d’eau, fonctionnent comme des éponges. En effet, les parois extérieures des disques agissent comme une sorte de membrane semi-perméable sélective. Ils retiennent les liquides possédant les nutriments qui lui sont nécessaires, et évacuent les déchets. .
C’est ce système d’hydratation qui leur donne leur flexibilité.
En cas d’immobilisation, ce système de diffusion ne peut plus fonctionner correctement, et les échanges diminuent. L’apport des nutriments baisse, entrainant progressivement la mort cellulaire, et donc une dégénérescence de vos disques.
En cas de maux de dos, il est donc essentiel rester actif, en diminuant au maximum le temps d’immobilisation. Bien entendu, votre remise en mouvement devra se faire de manière progressive et intelligente.
En effet, le but sera de ne plus réaliser les mouvements ayant provoqués les douleurs, tout en visant ceux vous permettant de vous en débarrasser.
Dressed up with somewhere to go... Almost anyways. #everythingisstillclosed
Husband and I took a date night, had dessert and have been soaking up our kid-free evening. I finally wore these new earrings that were meant for Costa Rica but arrived late in the mail.
They're cute but heavily obnoxious.
We took in an unexpected rescue right before we went out. I'll share more on that later. 😘
2 32 hours ago
Op de dagen als vandaag is het echt van dat weer om de gezelligheid in huis te brengen.
Heb je nog een plekje in huis waar je graag sfeervolle verlichting wil om een gezellig hoekje te maken.
Dan hebben wij mooie stoere, Sobere lampen in onze winkel.
Voor deze regenachtige donkere dagen hebben wij een leuke actie.
Vandaag en morgen op alle lampen in de winkel 20% korting.
Happy TWO magical, empowering, challenging, life changing, enlightening, liberating, unbelievable, completely mad & bloody bonkers years sober to me!!! 🌟 My proudest achievement in life so far!🏆 #2years#sober
93 47631 May, 2020
“Life is controlled by what you focus on” I hope you all are having a lovely week with plenty of good things to focus on despite a lot of crappy things happening in the world right now which can be a bit overwhelming at times. Positive vibes all the way🌈✨ .
Happy almost Friday to my side of the world & Happy Friday to everyone else!🥰🌸🙏🏼 .
“One valuable lesson I have learned since becoming sober is that love begins from within. If we first love ourselves, then we can give love to others. We hold carrying amounts of love (or compassion) for every person, place or thing we interact with each day.” Today is a celebration 🎉 for ME. These last two years have had it’s up and down, trials and tribulations but the things I learned about myself, the growth I’ve experienced, the people I’ve met along the way, the relationships I’ve formed new ones and old ones but must importantly I’ve come to know PEACE within myself.
I thank God everyday that this is the path that HE has chosen me to follow and I’m forever grateful.
Thanks to my family who’s supported me since day one and through it all and my close group of friends that supported me on the decision that I’ve made to be sober!
Veranderingen - soms ben je ineens even iets zat en moet het weg, althans dat heb ik dus af en toe. Zo hangen deze drie schalen hier nu niet meer. Ook werd het tijd voor nieuwe gordijnen. De oude heb ik verkocht, dus nu op zoek naar wat nieuws. Maar er zijn ook dingen hier in huis die ik nooit weg zou doen. Die blijven tijdloos mooi ♡ #stoer#sober#landelijkesfeer#white#wit#zwart#interiorfeedinspo#koesfabriek
28 3714 June, 2020
To my biggest accomplishment to date!
I’m so grateful for the life I live today, that I did not have 500 days ago. Being sober has opened the doors to so many amazing things that I couldn’t have even imagined. When I look back to 500 days ago I see a scared, broken, anxiety ridden girl who honestly didn’t know how I was going to make it 1 day without a drink, let alone 500! Today I have learned to love myself, love my god, love my journey, and become a better me. I have learned how to embrace the good and bad times. I have learned so much about myself, and I have grown so much I don’t recognize the girl I was 500 days ago. I am a changed person, inside and out and that is all because of recovery! Just know that you are NEVER alone and there is always a better way than feeding into your addiction. Recovery is possible. If you have 1 day sober I am proud of you. If you have 1 month sober I am proud of you. If you have 1 year sober I am proud of you. If you have 10 years sober I am proud of you! Just remember the miracle will happen, you just have to stick around to see it, and you do that one day at a time! #recoveryworks#recoveryispossible#sober#soberlife#soberliving#soberbabe#soberbabeclub#aa#500dayssober#forevermoretogo#itworksifyouworkit#soberandproud#onedayatatime#stayforthemiracle
42 2267 hours ago
2 years and still sober!
I’m am always unsure about how to talk about my sobriety. I know the darkness that brought me down a path that I was drinking every day, but I didn’t have a rock bottom. I was a highly functioning alcoholic. While drinking, I ran many marathons and half marathons. I held jobs and had friendships. We had been traveling for a year in an RV all over the country and hiking all the miles.
And the entire time I did all of these things, I was drinking. A lot. I don’t know why this time I could quit and it stuck. I read a book and it had a massive impact on me. I sought out support from sober allies online. I didn’t go to AA or rehab. I just stopped drinking and woke up part way into the journey and knew that I liked life better.
It sucks sometimes. Feeling all the things I used to numb out. Dealing with the realization that I sometimes do or say things and can’t blame the drunken moment... Living ALL of my life fully present.
But because I made that choice 2 years ago today, I remember things and experience true joy and love and life. So I never regret it.
Summing it up on an Instagram post can’t begin to detail the way things have changed for me since I quit drinking 2 years ago today, but I can say with certainty, it was the best decision I have ever made for myself. #noregrets#sobereverydamnday#experiencingalloflife
47 32617 hours ago
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