Our App, ‘Wake Up Rosie’, is Finally Here!
Download the Wake Up Rosie app! (Apple only. Android users – we’re working on it!)
“BEEP BEEP BEEP!”
Does your alarm clock make you feel like getting out of bed maybe isn’t such a great idea? Or it might not be the alarm clock – maybe it’s waking up in general that’s getting you down? Whatever the source of your morning blues, we have a happy little solution!
Introducing our new, free, alarm clock iOS app, Wake Up Rosie, designed to help you start your day in a positive frame of mind. This app was created to help everyone to make happiness part of their daily routine, and because we recognise the daily toll of living with mental health issues – and we want to help.
How Wake Up Rosie works:
Each time the alarm sounds, Wake Up Rosie will send you an inspirational image, just made for sharing. You can set the alarm for every morning or during the day for a happy little pick-me-up.
We want everyone to feel valued and connected, especially when life gets difficult. A recent report by Mission Australia and Black Dog Institute
revealed that young girls are almost twice as likely to be affected by mental illness than boys. And, as most of us know, when you have a mental illness getting up and feeling motivated in the morning can be really hard. We want to change that.
All images have been generously donated by independent artists (who we ADORE. Thank you to each and every one of you). This app also features a selection of sweet alarm tones, donated by Australian music makers such as Georgia Fields, Empat Lima, Honor Eastly, Soul Safari, Freya Bennett and Ninoosh (HUGE thanks to all the amazing musicians involved).
So if you’re sick of being rudely woken up by your average alarm clock – why not swap for our free Wake Up Rosie app!
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