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  •   [email protected] reacted to this post about 1 week ago
    Another great inspirational medal completed and arrived yesterday.
    On the beautiful coloured ribbon it's says "seize your moment" I make sure I seize every moment with both hands, so again this is a great meaningful medal for me ‏ — feeling happy
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  •   Meged093 reacted to this post about 2 months ago
    So these are my motivational Medal Mad medals 🏅 I've done 6 mm's so far an they hang in pride of place with all my others I've done along the way for charity fundraising etc.
    (Hope that picture is aloud)
    So all the titles on Medalmad that I've completed have something deeply personal for me, which is why I entered them.!
    Having Psoriatic Arthritis with Axial Spondyloarthritis for 22 years.
    4 years ago I was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease so

    New Beginnings = marked the start of my new mind set into a healthier happier Shakey-Shar.
    Everyone Falls Down = for me this is literally about me falling over, my balance and gait has got increasingly worse over the 4 years, I can fall over just stood in a queue of people (that takes skill I have skills 😅) let alone actually walking haha, I have wheels now as I call it, it's a walking trolley.! So you can see why I did "Everyone Falls Down" I get back up though, I bounce well 😅
    Adversity = Well if you haven't guessed I laugh in the face of my Parkinson's Disease, hence the saying laugh in the face of adversity, I use humor about my condition as a coping mechanism I found it to be the way forward with my life if I want to stay happy.!
    Blooms Out Of The Darkness = me coming out of the dark place I sat for a few years in fact many year before my diagnosis of PD, sometimes life needs a shock and wake up call, It felt as if I'd had a slap in the face by something, so I started walking last year, an I've walked and walked an now walking with my walker, an will continue to walk. I think this Medal 🏅 is the one I can look back on a know that yes I walked and Bloomed Out Of The Darkness.!
    Im in a much better place with my mental health now.
    So these Medals that are on Medalmad will have just as much of a person reason behind them too you as they do and continue to do for me, to strive to keep healthier and happier.
    All the best on the medals you enter which inspire you to keep pushing on
    Much Love Shakey-Shar 💙 ‏ — at Somerset, England, United Kingdom feeling great
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  •   Shakey-Shar commented on this post about 1 week ago
    YES
    This absolutely beautiful medal turn up on the weekend.
    Titled
    "Bloom Out Of The Darkness"
    I always try a choose a medal that has a title that is person to my own struggles, which then give me strength as I complete each one, this particular medal is huge significance to me an it meaning one how I found myself in a deep darkness..
    Which I'm thankful out of now 🙏
    Much Love Shakey Shar 💙 x ‏ — at Somerset, England, United Kingdom feeling great
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  •   Crazydaisy reacted to this post about 2 months ago
    Hi everyone, so I've just completed
    "Bloom Out Of The Darkness" again a meaningful title for me as I've kinda been in a dark place for a while now.
    I've finally accepted (I think 🤔) my diagnosis of Parkinson's Disease some 4 year earlier.
    The key element with parkinson's disease is to keep moving, walking, dancing, boxercise, yoga, pilates, swimming, Tai Chi what ever takes your fancy really as the brain while exercising will find new pathways to connect the lost neurons in our parkinson's brain which can help slow down this progressive disease.. My neurologist always tells me as I go out the door... "keep moving don't use it lose it"
    So from July I started the walk for parkinson's 66 miles which has been an extremely slow start for me with 17 miles only clocked up so far, I'm switched off (PD term for meds not working)
    I won't bore you any more just trying to get awareness out there for parkinson's disease 😁💙 I als0 love taking photos ‏ — at Somerset, England, United Kingdom
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