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Quote of the Day - Tea Solves Everything

I feel like this doesn’t need any explanation. Those of us who are possible genuinely addicted to tea (like myself) know that a cup of tea can make everything better. 82 more words


Poverty Not Drugs

Prompted by “Congressman Laughs at Sheriff’s Ridiculous Opinion on Weed”: http://www.hightimes.com/read/congressman-laughs-sheriffs-ridiculous-opinion-weed

“‘You said that illegal drug use is the scourge of the black community and it is a problem and leads to a great deal of violent crime,’ Rep. 888 more words


Testing, Setting and Stress

My first blog!

I have seriously thought about what I’ve wanted this to be about, unfortunately it has resulted in being something that has annoyed me quite a bit. 373 more words



My partner and I worked it out, but bot before I got vaugely suicidal.

My problem is I am a perfectionist- if I can’t do it right, then I may as well give up on life before I fail my task. 46 more words


How to Avoid 11 Small Things That Totally Stress You Out at Home

Life’s full of little annoyances. And taken individually, none of them are that big of a deal. But if you let them get out of control, it can get to the point where you’re encountering a teensy annoyance every couple minutes at home. 891 more words


It's been a while

I has been a while I know that. I’m not even sure if I should continue to blog to be honest.

My anxiety is neither better or worse and just platoed. 15 more words


Why You Shouldn’t Procrastinate Reading This Post

Don’t procrastinate reading this post … it’s bad for your health.

In a study published recently in the Journal of Behavioral Medicine, researchers had participants (some healthy and some with cardiovascular disease and hypertension) fill out questionnaires about their health and personalities, including their tendency to procrastinate. 344 more words