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I know for certain that adults spend way too much time working and not enough time playing. Between careers, kids, houses, health issues and aging parents it seems as though we have lost our passion for play. 50 more words

So Here's What Waka Flocka Thinks Of Dota 2

(Source: compete.kotaku.com)

Rapper Waka Flocka Flame was in town for DreamHack Atlanta, performing a set at the tournament and video game convention. It so happens that Flocka is a fan of games, and so during a desk segment for a Dota 2 match between Team Secret and Planet Odd, he joined the panelists to give his thoughts on Dota, games, and what he’d play with Snoop while high. 171 more words


“The Changeling”, a challenge to stage & witness

Review by Danny & Terry Gaisin
            The seventeenth century play THE CHANGELING by Middleton & Rowley is arduous to stage, difficult to perform and grueling to watch. 495 more words


Unboxing // Sephora Play! July 2017

For some reason, I’m finding it really difficult to motivate myself to write these blog posts. Maybe it’s because I’m a bit anxious to get to the gym today (I’m waiting for FedEx to come pick up a package… should’ve been here an hour ago). 477 more words

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7 Ways to Combat Stress

We all get a little stressed every now and then. A little stress is perfectly normal but if you find yourself getting stressed quite frequently, then you need to consider the impact this can have on your health. 1,034 more words

Random Ramblings

dinosaursdonkeysandms reblogged this on Dinosaurs, Donkeys and MS and commented:

Brilliant stress busting tips! Me and Dizzy can sometimes get stressed about even the little tiny things, so we love this post as a reminder of ways of helping to not get so stressed. :) xxx

“HMS Pinafore” – all the ‘♫Whys & Wherefores ♫’

Review by Danny & Terry Gaisin

The first time we saw Gilbert & Sullivan’s 1881 operetta ‘HMS PINAFORE’, it was presented by a community theatre group that considered the lyrics remedial for folks with some speech challenges, and certainly singing was more fun than reciting tongue-twisters! 475 more words