built-in camouflage, sick
types of anxiety disorders // what is panic disorder? // panic disorder & agoraphobia // tips to cope with a panic attack // 3 ways to help someone having a panic attack // 4 things you shouldn’t say to someone having a panic attack // what is obsessive compulsive disorder? // more on ocd // coping with ocd // living with someone who has ocd // what is post-traumatic stress disorder? // coping with ptsd // 10 tips for understanding someone with ptsd //what is social anxiety disorder? // coping with social anxiety disorder //CALMING DOWN
wikihow // helpful tips // 3 practices to calm an anxious mind // how-to guide // creating your mind palace // 3 breathing exercises // 6 breathing exercises // yoga bunny // meditation for beginners // about meditation // yoga with connie bowman // 20 minute yoga routine // yoga to make you happy // guided meditationMASTERPOSTS
back to school // helpful websites // happy things // feel good things // college survival // a lil bit of everything // a really big masterpost // music masterpost // diy home spa // coping skills & distractions // for bad days // bad day remediesBLOGS
yogaholics // killyouranxiety // thatanxietyblog // lets-beat-mental-illness // recoverykitty // yogis-yoginis // healthylifestylechoice // happier-soon // rising.co.vu // catfromhell // you-can-just-breathe (trigger warning: autoplay) // recovery-in-pink // forescent // recoverytreeMUSIC
note to self. // good feelings // coffee shop acoustic // bubble baths, coffee and hardback books // rad covers // a little bit of everything // good morning // breathe // acoustic // conquer school // wheels on the road // choose happy // coffee shop tunes // my faves // good vibes // late winter nights // lovely quiet // overwhelmed // tonight you’re perfect // random [feel]goodies // rewind // crawling back to you // sleepy tunesRELAXING NOISESOTHER
make a grounding box // top 10 essential oils to relieve anxiety // personal care products from walgreens // aromatherapy // 19 natural remedies for anxiety // lots and lots of sweaters // stuffed animals // books (free) // used books for 1 cent // electric blankets // soft pillows
For self reference. I took off a link regarding effects on the body’ because a) I think we all learn that in school and b) it made me IMMEDIATELY panicky to think about. If you really want to know the physiological effects or causes of stress, you can backlink.
Looking over my files and résumés and, like, I’ve actually accomplished a lot of things! It’s cool to remember that!
Also, I may have an intriguing work opportunity in my near future…keep those cute fingers crossed
Natural Eye Color Chart
a60 fo sho
T30? What do you think, Maria?
When I was 8 years old on summer afternoons I would lie in my upstairs bedroom watching ladybugs as they traveled on the top of garden hoses snaking across the lawn. I thought of these as “ladybug highways” and I imagined all sorts of scenarios for where the little orange travelers were going and what they would do there when they got to their destinations.
Now I am 60 years old and I realize that we all are traveling our own roads of life within a patchwork of journeys around us much like the garden hoses on those lazy summer afternoons.
The destinations may be profound or trivial, but the journeys themselves are what link us together as a community, a country, and a world. May you find your way to a happy ending and welcome arms, but, if not, may you appreciate and realize that the path traveled is the experience of living and the true meaning of life. Where you arrive is much less important than the trip that got you there.
YOU DEMANDED IT! Check out the full-length official trailer for Dear White People before it hits theaters this weekend.
this. is. gonna. be. so. good.
ISSA RAE at 0:19!!!
Practice with Pronouns is a site that lets you practise subject, object, possessive, and reflexive forms of English third person pronouns. It comes with a few of the most common options, but you can also fill in whatever pronouns you like. Useful for both English learners and people wanting to practise using nonbinary pronouns.
As if it couldn’t get any more delightful, it often uses quotes from Welcome to Night Vale in the practice sentences, which is definitely far more entertaining than See Spot Run. The feedback sentences are also very cute.
(Hm, I’m pretty sure the second blank in that screenshot should have said “xyr”, in retrospect.)
"DeCarava (pronounced dee-cuh-RAH-vah) turned his lens on the neighborhood of Harlem during the 1940s, ’50s and ’60s, depicting the everyday African American experience from an insider’s perspective.
His work, painterly studies of shadow and darkness, transcended racial boundaries, juxtaposing stark black-and-white tonality with highly impressionistic composition.
DeCarava was the first black photographer to receive a Guggenheim fellowship with the receipt of a $3,200 grant in 1952. His first major exhibit was at the Museum of Photographic Arts in San Diego in 1986; one decade later came a landmark solo retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art.”
I do not want a documentary or sociological statement. My goal is a creative expression, the kind of penetrating insight and understanding of Negroes which I believe only a Negro photographer can interpret. —Roy DeCarava
1. Man in Window
2. Subway Stairs, Two Men, New York
3. Ketchup Bottles, Table and Coat
4. Woman on Train
5. Window and Stove
6. Man with Portfolio
7. Mississippi Freedom Marcher, Washington D. C.
8. Kids God Bless
9. Man Coming Up the Subway Stairs