Goldie Hawn shared a stunning sunset swimsuit photo on Instagram.
The snap marked the end of her vacation in Skiathos, Greece.
The actress has spoken about the importance of movement for physical and mental health.
Golden hour looks good on Goldie Hawn, who shared a stunning swimsuit photo at sunset from her recent vacation in Skiathos, Greece. In the shadowy snap, Hawn stands knee-deep in the ocean wearing a one-piece with her arm lifted in a slight, whimsical backbend.
“Last day in Skiathos this year. Bye bye paradise 🏖️,” she captioned the post.
Fans and followers adored the magical shot. “Oh Goldie what a stunning photo! ❤️❤️❤️❤️” one person commented. “What a beautiful photo,” another added. “Stunning,” someone else wrote.
At 77, Hawn and her husband Kurt Russell, 72, are living life to the fullest, whether or not they’re on holiday. Hawn is especially dedicated to running MindUp, her mental health organization that aims to help kids “manage stress, regulate emotions and face the challenges of the 21st century with optimism, resilience, and compassion,” and she regularly shares helpful, uplifting tips for feeling your best.
In a recent video, she showed off her new t-shirt that read, “Be Kind to Your Mind.”
“Our mindset is everything. It’s how we go through the day, it’s how we watch our mind, and how we care for it,” she said. In other clips, she shares exercises for mental health, and the importance of daily moments of gratitude and self-care.
These topics are especially important to Hawn because she struggled with anxiety and panic attacks after being launched into stardom as a young actress. “I was so scared about what was going on with me that I saw a doctor,” she told Today last year. “I wanted to get happy again. My intention was not to live this way.”
Years of therapy and mental health education helped, and now, she’s passionate about spreading awareness—it’s been her focus since she took a break from acting in the early 2000s.
“We need to build a kinder world,” she continued. “A world that actually has greater capacity for critical thinking.”
That, to her, is far more important than filling out an IMDb page. With the exception of a few specific roles (a reprise of Mrs. Claus in The Christmas Chronicles or a Firsts Wives Club sequel), she’s content with spreading kindness, she told Variety earlier this year—and occasionally taking dips in Grecian seas, of course.
“We all have dreams,” she said. “But it’s how we fulfill them.”
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