Inspirational: Irish Influencers Posting American Number For Mental Health Support

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Yesterday’s Irish budget coincided with #WorldMentalHealthDay, a global initiative to help break the stigma associated with it and encourage people to reach out and ask for help in times of mental and emotional stress.

The budget saw an increase in health spending of €685m which is meant to allow for an additional 1800 staff across numerous areas, including mental health services.

A step in the right direction, some might say.

Thankfully many of our beloved influencers didn’t miss the fact that it was World Mental Health Day either, a day to support people in times of distress, but more importantly, a day to stay relevant and use a hashtag to ensure your Twitter and Instagram gains exposure and your profile benefits from the goodwill of appearing like a kind, caring and altruistic person.

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Instagram Pro Tip #1

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Over on my Instagram account I’m delivering some rock solid pro tips if you really want to nail your execution on the platform. I also make sure to practice what I preach, you don’t want to be listening to people who talk a good game, but fail to put those wise words into action.

Take a look at the post below and watch your Instagram game explode.

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Bloggers: The New Modern Day Corrupt Politicians?

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Are bloggers on the road to becoming as corrupt and untrustworthy as our beloved politicians? Maybe. 

So many Irish bloggers are shocked and horrified that Trump won’t release his tax returns but aren’t really in the mood to tell you when they’re being paid to post for a brand. Strange that.

(Also yes I do fully understand the irony of writing a blog post attacking bloggers. Now that’ve we’ve made that observation, let’s all try and move on as mature adults, okay?)

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