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breathing awareness ~ day four

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these are getting so much better!  i’m still tight in my neck and shoulders but i can feel it giving in, slowly.  also, the “wet sand” in my head seems to be drying up, the load is getting lighter. 429 more words

Journal

Living Paradox

I am the most extroverted introvert I know.

I let paradoxes float inside of me

And I used to think contradictions were my friends

But they are not. 175 more words

Hello, weekend? Are you there?

For such a long and busy week, I still can’t wrap myself around the fact that it’s already Thursday. And that I still have another busy workday tomorrow to go through until my weekend can start. 242 more words

Thoughts And Ramblings

The Mighty Power of a Sigh, 1676

Let us take a moment to consider an important but lost art of love – the sigh.

Nowadays, very few languishing lovers will attempt to seduce a lady by looking her square in the eyes and forcefully expelling the air from his lungs. 259 more words

Women

'It's Not Paranoia If They're Really Out To Get You'

I know who I’ve messed with.

I know what could happen.

I went kamikaze and now I have to deal with the consquences.

I am prepared for the worst.   78 more words

Life

but everytime i look at you, i just don't care

i. i’m not afraid of you telling on me. what i am afraid of is feeling like you have stolen parts of me and ran away with them. 196 more words

Comparison Shopping At Target Would Be Easier If They Could Do Math

A common strategy when comparison shopping is to use the unit prices that are often available on the shelf to help consumers. This is a pretty solid strategy…except, apparently, at reader MZ’s local Target, where the retailer doesn’t feel the need to make sure that their unit pricing reflects reality at all.

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