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Me with the Che man himself. Photo credit: @danielgrey.

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User Image timcoulson Posted: Nov 16, 2017 6:46 PM (UTC)
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She's a nurturer. A carer. A lover. She is definitely not a fighter. She's strong and has learnt to stand up for herself more than she used to but confrontation is not in her nature. And I think the universe recognises her big heart. @thekangaroosanctuary
User Image timcoulson Posted: Nov 16, 2017 1:13 AM (UTC)
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It's just been announced that in 2019, climbing Uluru will no longer be allowed. Currently it is, although the Anangu people (the people who have called Uluru home for tens of thousands of years) have asked us not to climb.

Honestly, there's such a big part of me that wanted to climb Uluru. Climbing and hiking is a huge part of me and what we do as a family when we travel. I didn't climb though. My respect for Anangu people's wishes runs too deep to serve my selfish desires. If you visit here, I also encourage you to not climb Uluru.
I was humbled to read a sign at the base of the climb: 'Is this a place to conquer - or a place to connect with?' Is life something to conquer, or something to connect with?
User Image timcoulson Posted: Nov 14, 2017 7:36 PM (UTC)
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This is my family. Zee, Roo and Keshy.
Kesh is holding an orphaned joey at @thekangaroosanctuary. It's an amazing place to visit that has the balance just right.

Only one small group is allowed in each day, at a time that actually suits these nocturnal animals. We're encouraged first to connect with the kangaroo and then take images at distance if that's what we need.

We're told to not pass the babies around too often and take time to allow the joeys to get comfortable.
User Image timcoulson Posted: Nov 14, 2017 2:33 AM (UTC)
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His favourite part of our @airbnb has been watching boats, sunrises and sunsets. #sponsoredbyairbnb
User Image timcoulson Posted: Nov 12, 2017 7:15 PM (UTC)
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#roointhesky over Uluru. Not sure how many years I've got left to throw Roo in the sky like this but I'll keep doing it as long as I can. He loves it and so do
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A big 'hey' back to everyone who replied to yesterday's post. Thanks for sticking around so long. Hopefully it's been a good time for you all.
User Image timcoulson Posted: Nov 11, 2017 8:25 PM (UTC)
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When I pick him up now, his legs go past my knees and I struggle to remember him being our baby. I know many of you remember him being brand new. I just wanted to say thank you to those of you who've been here since the beginning. I'm grateful for all of you being here but if you remember Roo being born, say hey!
User Image timcoulson Posted: Nov 9, 2017 6:22 PM (UTC)
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Life isn't about making money and I need to constantly remind myself of that. When I die, at no point is God going to judge me based on how much or how little money I made. He's going to judge me on how I treated others. I'm doing my best. Failing a hell of a lot but doing my best.
User Image timcoulson Posted: Nov 9, 2017 1:12 AM (UTC)
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And then one day, he'll look into your eyes, tell you he loves you and throw his arms around your neck. It will only last a second and you'll wish it will last an eternity but that one second is enough. For me. #zionbobby
User Image timcoulson Posted: Nov 7, 2017 7:36 PM (UTC)
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I've read a few articles lately that have cited scientific research that indicates having children is one of the hardest things you can ever go through and that it ranks as one of the most stressful things in this life.

I agree.

Completely.

In some moments I wonder what I've done. But then in others, I realise precisely what I've done. I've loved someone so much (their Mum) that we, together, made a conscious decision to bring new life into this world. To raise and nurture that life, and to do everything in our power to increase the love and kindness in the world as a result of who we are and who we've brought here. I'm not saying we succeed - what I'm saying is we try. (Continued in first comment)
User Image timcoulson Posted: Nov 7, 2017 2:33 AM (UTC)
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I just realised something pretty amazing... We have stayed in 65 @airbnb's since we planned our first trip to Europe with Roo back in 2013. I'm pretty sure @airbnb had no idea about this when that contacted me but I'm so grateful that our family has been able to partner with a brand that we legitimately love. The Northern Territory wouldn't have been the same experience without what Airbnb provides for our family. #sponsoredbyairbnb
User Image timcoulson Posted: Nov 5, 2017 7:13 PM (UTC)
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If you ever make it out to the dead centre of Australia, Alice Springs is a great town to base yourself out of. We explored the #westmacdonnellranges from here and there are views like this every 20 minutes or so.
User Image timcoulson Posted: Nov 4, 2017 9:50 PM (UTC)
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Taking a break from sharing images from our trip in the Northern Territory to tell you how proud of @keshcoulson I am. Earlier this year, Kesh started making plans to start a label and sell clothes. Her approach to this whole thing is the exact opposite of how I (and most others) would go about it. She is patient and considered with each decision but has made sure that each step in this process has been kind to both the planet and the people she works with.
Kesh isn’t one to make a big fuss but I’m really proud of what she’s produced. She chose to use linen for her first range because of its lower impact on the environment than other materials. Every piece of fabric has been ethically sourced, every item has been made here in Australia - something Kesh really wanted to make happen. We know the people who put each stitch in place.
There have been quite a few hurdles and she’s not there yet but we are very close now.

If Kesh’s label is something that you’re interested in, you can follow @zino.ama for updates as we draw closer to launching, later this month.
User Image timcoulson Posted: Nov 2, 2017 6:17 PM (UTC)
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User Image timcoulson Posted: Nov 2, 2017 1:10 AM (UTC)
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This is what I always imagined it to be like out here. So much Australia. Truly, the most relaxed I've felt the whole time we've been in the Northern Territory.
User Image timcoulson Posted: Oct 31, 2017 7:38 PM (UTC)
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For so long, we’ve dreamed of travelling through Australia. I am forever thankful that my work has allowed us to see different parts of the world but there’s been a yearning to see the heart of Australia for years now. I can’t explain what it feels like to be here at all, let alone at 3:30 in the early hours of the morning, watching the Milky Way and southern cross rotate atop such a sacred place. I felt so insignificantly significant and wished the sun didn’t have to rise. If you look closely, you'll see not just the Milky Way but also the Southern Cross and at the top of the frame, something pretty special, shooting through the sky. This was part of a timelapse that I'll share soon.
User Image timcoulson Posted: Oct 31, 2017 2:32 AM (UTC)
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User Image timcoulson Posted: Oct 29, 2017 7:26 PM (UTC)
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The contrast of the salt lakes out here in the Northern Territory are stark, especially from way up here. @qantas.
User Image timcoulson Posted: Oct 28, 2017 8:20 PM (UTC)
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I love her. She loves sleep ;)
User Image timcoulson Posted: Oct 26, 2017 6:26 PM (UTC)
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We've travelled most of the world using @airbnb. Thankful for the opportunity to partner with them on this trip to the Northern Territory. We're based out of Darwin at the moment and Kesh found this amazing apartment that has views of the sun rising and setting over the ocean - which I have never even seen before. #sponsoredbyairbnb #airbnb
User Image timcoulson Posted: Oct 26, 2017 8:09 AM (UTC)
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Roo feeding a roo. Can't tell you how much this guy lights up around animals. He truly loves them. @thekangaroosanctuary