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  • Last nights sunset in the Wicklow mountains! I still have to pinch myself with the realisation that I only live 10 minutes drive from here! ❤️
  • Last nights sunset in the Wicklow mountains! I still have to pinch myself with the realisation that I only live 10 minutes drive from here! ❤️
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  • | How to get me to go on a hike: “We’ll go for nice food after”. Me: 🏃🏻‍♀️ |
  • | How to get me to go on a hike: “We’ll go for nice food after”. Me: 🏃🏻‍♀️ |
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  • A clearing we came across exploring Glendalough, Ireland

DM for inquiries. To check out more work head over to amachphotography.com
  • A clearing we came across exploring Glendalough, Ireland DM for inquiries. To check out more work head over to amachphotography.com
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  • Summer in Glendalough, 
Seems like yesterday?
  • Summer in Glendalough, Seems like yesterday?
  • 30 2 5 hours ago
  • Thank you for your great hospitality today #kilruddery at #failteireland Seminar. Such a beautiful house and gardens. Kilruddery House and Fota hou...
  • Thank you for your great hospitality today #kilruddery at #failteireland Seminar. Such a beautiful house and gardens. Kilruddery House and Fota house had the same architects (Morrison), and were extended at the same time in 1820.
  • 15 1 9 hours ago
  • I wasn’t overly familiar with Co Wicklow, as there is so much to see & I didn’t know where to start even after reading @instaireland Wicklow Guide....
  • I wasn’t overly familiar with Co Wicklow, as there is so much to see & I didn’t know where to start even after reading @instaireland Wicklow Guide. So I did something different and took a bus tour rather explore Ireland myself by car. And I couldn’t recommend it more. It’s was a fabulous way to see Wicklow & we got a beautiful sunny day back in October. I’ll definitely be back again. Full days details on the blog #wicklow #discoverwicklow #lovinwicklow #lovinireland #ireland #southboundwicklow #soundboundblog
  • 31 1 9 hours ago
  • Ho Ho Ho..... Thanks to James for this festive video, another delicious bag of Brady's Christmas blend rolls off the production line!
  • Ho Ho Ho..... Thanks to James for this festive video, another delicious bag of Brady's Christmas blend rolls off the production line!
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  • Explorer.
  • Explorer.
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  • I continuously advocate training for a better state of mind. Want to know why? Where does my thinking come from? This is where 👇•
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⚠️ Some scienc...
  • I continuously advocate training for a better state of mind. Want to know why? Where does my thinking come from? This is where 👇• • ⚠️ Some science terms ahead 🤓 • Physical activity could improve your state of mind by: • Curbing stress chemicals: A 2014 study demonstrated that PGC-1alpha — an enzyme produced in muscles during exercise — has the ability to break down kynurenine, a substance that accumulates in the bloodstream after stress and has been linked to depression. • Supporting neurotransmitters: Exercise may boost the production of serotonin — a neurotransmitter that helps regulate mood and some cognitive function, and that may be low in depressed people. Physical activity may also stimulate neurogenesis, the growth of new neurons. That could improve cognition, and, in turn, your mental health. • Boosting endorphins: Exercise can give you a short-term burst of endorphins, chemicals in the brain that block pain and produce a natural “high.” • Reducing inflammation: Many types of exercise can lower inflammation, a potential cause of depression. • Decreasing stress: There’s a reason that some athletes refer to their time at the gym as “therapy.” Exercise can be a great antidote to stress, which research has linked to depression, perhaps owing to the body’s inflammatory stress response. • Encouraging happier thoughts and feelings: In 2009, one study explored depressed women’s use of long-distance running as a coping mechanism. Exercise can distract us from negative thoughts and feelings, while making us feel joyful and purposeful. It can also provide a sense of identity, which depression often steals from us. • As we are in the winter months, and this is the season that most people don't get a break mentally, it might be worth reminding your workout buddy, or hey, whoever needs to know this, that exercise can scientifically help them. Sometimes holistic treatment comes with scientific backing 🙂 • Just a little food for thought!Anyway, see you all a little later 😊 • Disclaimer: Do NOT discourage people already in treatment to stop getting help or taking the medication prescribed. This is solely for informational purposes only.
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