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Today was not the best mentally, but that’s okay because it happens 🤷🏼♀️ .
I haven’t really had a great run since making this account, but I want to post how I honestly feel each day during my workouts so I can look back and see my progress. While it’s important to push yourself, it’s also important to listen to your body and take care of your mental health too. Running/being healthy/ mental health are things you have to take day by day. .
I know I’ll have plenty of days that I feel drained mentally or physically, but typically they are outnumbered by the days I feel strong and confident 💪🏻
So today, I took it easier with some stretching, yoga, and lower body strengthening 🏋🏼♀️🧘🏻♀️(I’m still new to filming me while working out🤣)
when i was depressed those “reasons not to kill yourself” lists never helped.. maybe they do for some people but for me they actually made me feel worse. it was like….here’s a reminder that there are all these things other people find joy in that you can’t. with a sprinkle of guilt because “your family/friends will miss you.” what i needed to hear, and so what i’ll tell any of you reading this who are in the same situation, was: a lot of people recover from mental illness and go on to live full lives. it’s quite likely that with treatment, a time will come when you won’t want to die anymore and you’ll find joy in everyday life. yes, you. stay alive for that possibility.
My personal trainer kicked my ass but I ain't mad...but my heart might explode. Mind you, this was my heart rate after stretching.
My first training session was a unique experience for me. I've never been evaluated for my fitness and I was afraid of the results. But she told me I was physically fit and that I had great form in all the movements she tested me on. That felt so good to hear. Like, I know I'm strong and I can do a great squat but to hear it from someone else was so validating.
She's making me a plan and we're meeting again next week. She recommending HIIT to optimize my weight loss. This is going to be so hard but the results will be stellar.
YOU. HEY! Yes, you.
What do you think of this? ☝🏼 Does it resonant with you? Have you found yourself in a (rat) race that you do not want to be in?
What if I told you that you don’t have to be in that race. What if I told you that you could wake up being EXCITED about your day ahead. What if I told you that you no longer have to count down the days until the weekend? WHAT IF one day you woke up and were EXCITED to work, EXCITED to live, EXCITED to dream.
You can HAVE and BE all of those things, and I can show you how. Link arms with me … take this journey with me. Together we can achieve dreams and goals bigger than we ever imagined, and we can help others do the same.
In 2019 I am committed to helping YOU be the best YOU.
I’m looking for people who are willing to COMMIT themselves to something bigger and better this year, whether it be their health, their bank account, or their belief in themselves and others. I want to be surrounded by people who CHALLENGE me to grow and hold me ACCOUNTABLE to my commitments.
Is that you? Are you ready to COMMIT to yourself this year? Let’s jump in together.
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Not only am I physically making myself better, but also mentally! I received this journal for Christmas just in time to start in January. It has a question for everyday for you to reflect on your life. Some are fun ones about memories, but also deep questions that makes you have to be honest with yourself. Absolutely love it! #mentalhealth
Depression is not a key,
depression is not a weapon,
I want you to remember that,
your tears are not diamonds,
and your situations aren’t a bail card,
though the pain may be real,
we know the sincerity isn’t,
depression is not a tool,
don’t add it to your empty arsenal.
#poetry#poetsofinstagram#poetrycommunity Depression is a real struggle and it is not meant to be used as something for attention; real people are struggling #depression#mentalhealth
Pasta shells stuffed with squash and kale with a side salad. (I did eat two more shells after this photo, but I’m letting it slide since they are stuffed with veggies 🤷♀️)
Didn’t have to much energy for a workout today as I’m getting sick so I chose to do one of my favorites that I’m most comfortable with..makes my back feel great!
Did you know relapses can occur with mental health disorders? 🚩 Figuring out your first signs (red flags) are very helpful, so you can seek help or take action in taking care of yourself immediately. For me, some of the first signs are when I don’t take care of my hygiene and feeling very fatigued. I encourage you to figure out your first signs and patterns so you can pursue healthiness. 🧸👋 Take care!! Goodnight!
Simple meal tonight . Italian sweet sausage
. Sautéed broccoli . Kerry gold butter and of course garlic
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If you are alive that’s because someone’s hands have held you. Maybe your parents weren’t perfect or maybe they were...maybe they were too perfect and so they didn’t prepare you for the sometimes harsh realities of this world...but just remember at some point in your life you were held up by hands that loved you, supported you and wanted nothing but the best for you. If you are breathing then somebody, somewhere loved you deeply. Tap into that! Feel that power. There is nothing more powerful than the spirit of unconditional love.
Be that LOVE!
Give that LOVE to yourself and then share that love with those people who matter most.
LOVE is enough. Everything else is like cupcakes🧁 icing, sprinkles ✨and the cherry 🍒 on top!
Photo Credit: @stella.levi.9#bornwonderful#parenting#mentalhealth#mindfulness#happiness
Currently in the process of finalllllly moving. 🙌🏼
Only like 30 miles north but I’m going to be much closer to my job and the people I love. This is something I’ve been waiting to do for a while but the wait and chaos has been worth it.
Currently I’m sitting amongst boxes in an almost empty living room eating chipotle because I don’t want to buy any groceries lol I’m also balancing new clients, new programs, personal fitness goals, business goals, relationships, and also trying to sleep when I can. 😅
BUT LIFE IS GOOD! 🖤
Normally with all of this going on, I’d be a ball of anxiety and stress. (Not saying I haven’t been experiencing those emotions here and there) but I actually started reading one of my favorite books that’s helped me learn to cope with my anxiety. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck. While listening, a certain part stood out to me and I’m just gonna leave it below 👇🏼
“Happiness comes from solving problems. The keyword here is ‘solving.’ If you’re avoiding your problems or feel like you don’t have any problems, then you’re going to make yourself miserable. If you feel like you have problems that you can’t solve, you will likewise make yourself miserable. The secret sauce is in the solving of the problems, not in not having problems in the first place.”~ Mark Manson
My perception of that? Problems just equal chances to be happy. As long as you face them, and solve them.
“I Stan I Stan I Stan “.. naah you don’t. No picture is that #dope. After Eminem released this in 2000, it became a hit. That doesn’t mean we were supposed to become “stans” guyz 🤦🏾♀️. *^Growing up, I cried every time this song was played (which is why I don’t listen to Eminem to this day🤣) because the story was & still is THAT disturbing.
^*😒.. nevertheless, next time there’s an urge to use this “I Stan” shit, be mindful that you are referring to having an obsession that’ll push you to commit a double-murder suicide. #learnyourlanguage#mentalhealth#spreadlove#neverthatserious
Okay so this is going to be a raw and honest post. So today was a obviously a blessing; I’m mean like hello I’m alive and I’m relatively healthy, but I also struggled quite a bit today especially not being able to eat any solid food with being on the cleanse and my anxiety and stomach flaring up again. Not only wasI in pain, but I struggled to keep it together mentally. Not many people know this, but I have battled with anxiety over body image from the time I was 6 and up until now. Now despite always feeling like I was lacking in beauty, I didn’t have a choice but to look inward and I try my best to develop as a person and putting emphasis on kindness and making it easy for people to be around me. I made an effort to be a good friend, a good daughter, and good employee at my job, and most importantly a good young woman in Christ. I know if one were to rip my heart out and read the pages of it’s story it would be found aesthetically pleasing. I have a jewel of a heart and I am starting to semi like the person that I am becoming, but sometimes I struggle with disgust with the face looking back at me in the mirror and the anxiety can be so crippling at times that it takes me literally an hour of sitting in the car before I walk into the gym because of my disgust with my appearance. I still faced my fears anyway, but I spent the first half hour in the gym with my hands shaking and my heart sinking into my stomach. Funny how I post this I use a less flattering pic with no makeup and no filter, but hey I am all about transparency.Please pray for me and please no hate comments or being biased by saying beauty is what’s on the inside an yada yada yada because I already know that and still am continuing to develop as a person and character. #vegan#vegansofig#vegansofinstagram#whatveganslooklike#christian#christianvegan#christiansofinstagram#christiansofig#mentalhealthawareness#mentalhealth#selfie#nomakeupselfie#nofilter#ugly#innerbeauty#generalizedanxietydisorder#ocd#depression#gad#mentalhealthwarrior#fitnessblogger#healthblogger#lifestyleblogger#girlswholift#fitfam#messyhairdontcare
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Emotional intelligence is an extremely valuable skill, developing this will protect you from some of the most manipulative people in the world.
Years of bar work I have met many characters, the worst of all are cerebral narcassists they are beyond help, my advice educate yourself and avoid dealing with them, they only use people as microscopic cogs in their catastrophic plans. It is important to develop a sound foundation of knowledge that you can draw upon and emotional intelligence to be productive valuable member of society. #valuablememberofsociety#momlife#mumlife#mumadvice#narcassism#mentalhealth#mentalhealthawareness#education#schoolthefools
Have you lost hope when it comes to your health? Do you think that you’re too far gone to make any change? Listen - you have it in you to make any change in your life. There’s always an opportunity to change. Don’t let those negative thoughts take control of your life. Be the person you want to be and know that change is always possible.
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*Long text ahead🤞* Haven't posted in a while.. 2018 was a pretty challenging year for me. Mentally, I've been dealing with a lot of stress and anxiety and I can say I'm becoming myself more everyday. Baby steps they say. Physically, I've lost over 50 pounds and that was also a big shock for me. I need to rediscover and love myself and my body again. I'm ready for positive changes this year, surround yourself with good people to support you and if you ever need somebody to talk to about your daily struggles my door is always open ❣️Be kind to each other - C #newyear#newpost #2019 #mentalhealthawareness#mentalhealth#kindness#positivevibes#weightlossjourney#struggle#challenge#yourself#anxiety#bodypositive
Day 23 of the #chronicallyinspiringchallenge | Favorite Hot Drink
I like to end every day with a cup of hot tea mixed with Miralax. The hot tea is calming but I’ve also found that hot liquids mask the grittiness of the medicine better than cold drinks. Warmth of any form - hot bath, heat pad, hot drinks, etc. - I’ve found to be one of the best coping mechanisms for chronic illness and chronic pain. Before my colostomy whenever my pain was super bad I used to go to the tanning salon and lay in the bed for 12 minutes and it would completely rid me of all my pain. I realize that’s not all that healthy but when you live in pain day in and day out you’ll do anything for even a few moments of relief.
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◽️What’s your body type?◽️
An ectomorph tends to be thin, and struggles to gain weight as either body fat or muscle. They can eat piles of food and stay looking the same, even when gaining muscle is their biggest goal. People who battle to gain muscle are often known as "hardgainers."▪️
Ectomorphs tends to have a lean build, long limbs, and small muscle bellies. Even if an ectomorph manages to put on weight, they may still look skinnier than they are, particularly in the calves and forearms.▪️
Being an ectomorph doesn't mean you're doomed to be weak, though. You can still get remarkably strong, and you can be every bit as fit and healthy as someone who looks larger and more muscular. But if you want to gain weight, you'd better be prepared to eat like you've never eaten before.▪️
The mesomorph has a middle-of-the-road build that takes the best of both worlds. They tend to have wide shoulders, a narrow waist, relatively thin joints, and round muscle bellies.▪️
In short, if you're a mesomorph, you have a natural tendency to be fit and relatively muscular. Does this mean you can do nothing, eat everything, and get away with it forever? Definitely not—and you're not necessarily healthier than the other two types, either. But you may be able to "bounce back" from being out of shape more easily than the other two body types, gaining muscle and burning fat with comparative ease.▪️
The endomorph tends to gain weight and keep it on. Their build is a little wider than an ectomorph or mesomorph, with a thick ribcage, wide hips, and shorter limbs. They may have more muscle than either of the other body types, but they often struggle to gain it without significant amounts of accompanying body fat. If you ever feel like you gain 5 pounds simply walking by a donut shop, you may be an endomorph.▪️
This definitely doesn't mean that an endomorph can't be healthy. They can be every bit as strong, healthy, and capable as the other two groups, and may actually have some strength advantages due to their additional muscle mass. But if and when they decide to lean out, it'll take hard work!▪️
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Overthinking things is definitely my number one issue! I say something and I over think how someone could have taken it, I do something and overthink what I did. It's an endless cycle. I'm tired of it, it makes me sad, anxious and mad all at once and that's not fair to my well being. On top weightloss goals I need to get my mind right especially now that I have a baby girl who I want to be more confident than I ever was.
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Mental strength and resilience comes from digging down deep, finding the courage to speak up, doing what you need to do, accepting responsibility for your situation and deciding to make a change because you’re sick and tired of living you life the way you have been for years.
Everybody wants to be strong but so many aren’t willing to go through the pain and suffering to become stronger. Dealing with the suffering and the pain IS THE GROWTH! That IS where you become stronger!
You suffer through THAT PAIN so that the next time you encounter it, it’s easier! And then you have MORE STRENGTH to take on BIGGER CHALLENGES!
Stop avoiding the hard work. Deal with the frustration, anxiety, trauma, depression, anger, whatever you have to deal with now - so that when you want to take on bigger challenges you are ready for it, because life ain’t getting any easier. Life will keep trying to knock you down - if you let it.
"365 days clean & sober, and even the worst one of them was better than my best day in active addiction. I could not be more grateful for everyone on my journey to recovery. I remember sitting in rehab listening to people’s speeches who had returned to pick up their one year chip.
I glanced down at my journal where I had been keeping track of my days in rehab.
I remember thinking “I can’t imagine making it to one month, let alone to one year.”
I guess that’s why this is a one day at a time thing huh?
One step at a time, one day at a time, I stayed sober, and enough of those days strung together.
Now i will be one of those that return to treatment in order to pick up my one year chip.
I can hardly believe it.
I hope there is a girl sitting there like I was. I hope there is someone that is even just a little bit inspired by something I say and although I may not know it, I hope something I offer will help the next person stay clean and healthy.
To all the people who may be struggling—you are not alone, and if I can do it, you certainly can.
I am so lucky to be alive and to have gotten another chance to choose recovery.
Thank you to all that have made me feel worth being believed in.
You have taught me more than you know and I am gradually getting to a place where I can help others, because all of you have helped me. Thank you.
My heart aches with so much love and gratitude."
That's beautiful @averyjoanhitt! We're wishing you many more days of health, happiness, and sobriety!! 😊🙏💙
Social anxiety is the fear of social situations that involve interaction with other people. In whichever situation your fear arises, you'll probably experience sweating, flushing, feeling your heart race or other symptoms of anxiety.
No matter what your symptoms are or where they hit you there are things you can do on your own to deal with your social anxiety.
1️⃣ For deep muscle relaxation, you will tense then relax some major muscle groups of your body, beginning with your feet and working your way towards your head and face.
2️⃣ When you're anxious your breathing becomes faster and more shallow and as a result you'll feel light-headed and dizzy bringing on more anxiety. Learning to breathe slower and more regularly through your nose will help you calm down.
3️⃣ The key to visualization is to remember a place where you felt safe and comfortable. Once you remember this place get a picture of it in your mind so clearly that you can feel see smell and even taste that place.
4️⃣ Faulty thinking is a hallmark of social anxiety. It is important to evaluate whether those thoughts are true. Ask yourself for proof.
5️⃣ By facing your anxiety, you'll find that it is usually something you can tolerate after a few exposures. Try this on a situation that brings a relatively low level of anxiety first. Focus on what's going on around you instead of what's going through your mind to distract yourself from anxious thoughts.
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Up close and personal HAPPINESS.
This month has been the month of self care for me.
I have learned two things.
1. Beauty is painful
2. I am a much happier human when I take care of myself from the inside out.
So i’ve committed to taking better care of myself this year....
Even if it costs $$
And even if I don’t think I deserve it.
Ps. Shout out to my beautiful cousin @madeby_lylabones for these fleeky af eyebrows (swipe right)
Shoutout to all the moms going through something difficult. This message from @michelelovetri is for you:
"The trenches look different for so many of us. They appear at different times and manifest in unique ways. For me it was being in the thick of postpartum depression and anxiety and the anxiety I still battle today. It’s also moments of despair when I don’t know if I could take another day of this fight. I am here to tell you...
We see you mama. The mama who cries morning to night. The mama not wanting to leave the house because it seems all too much. The mama who is standing in front of the mirror wondering when she will ever feel about herself the way she used to feel. The mama scanning her body which is seemingly unrecognizable now wishing she could snap her fingers and bring her old body back. The mama who has hormones firing off every which way and feel like she is a prisoner to them. The mama feeling guilty for not loving every second of motherhood because it was all she wished for. The mama battling depression or anxiety feeling like her body turned on her. The mama feeling shame for how she feels. The mama who lost her cool today and has patience that is dwindling. The mama who has not been out with friends or away from her babes who so desperately needs it. The mama feeling overwhelmed by the mental load of it all. The mama who hasn’t showered or eaten and is feeling worn down. The mama staring at the mess and the laundry and wishing it would go away. The mama feeling like she is failing more than she cares to admit. The mama wondering if she should 'talk about it,' and longing to, but worries of judgement and isolation keep her from doing so. The mama leaving for work and missing out on her children’s lives 40+ hours per week and feeling the push and pull every single day. The mama that needs us now more than ever.
Mama we are here. We have been where you are and felt all of this. We are you. You are not going at this alone. You are strong enough. There is nothing you can’t conquer. This is nothing that you can’t overcome. I know all of this because I am you. I am all of these things. We are united and walking with you.”