A new blog I came across recently, was a blog called, “Minding Anxiety.” It’s a new blog, but there is some useful advice on there, which is written through shared experiences of having anxiety himself.
By sharing his own personal experiences of what has helped him, in his blog; “Minding Anxiety,” he hopes that it will help someone else who may have found themselves to be in situations like he has. Do pop on over, as there maybe something new to learn, to help ease your anxiety and to live with it. I have found something new myself that I plan to try in unexpected situations, which I found in this post; “My Top 5 Fundamental Methods.” The one I will try and it is new to me, is tapping my thumb on my index finger. This will come in handy in unexpected situations, that I have nothing else to hand that would help and I will see how I get on with this.
I also left also comments in this post; “How to deal with starting new things,” after enjoying reading it and finding it useful
https://lizalizaskysaregrey.com is a blog of stories and poems about people and relationships, with a little of the author; Liza in them somewhere. A place for her to untangle and make sense of her feelings and a blogger who I hope to meet sometime next year, when I make plans to visit Brighton again.
Although when she tells a story for herself, she hopes they might touch readers in some other way, mean different things to different people and help in some way. Do take a look and follow her blog. 🙂
“Cooking without limits” has lots of recipes, from main dishes to sweets and drinks.
I tried recently the raspberry milkshake, which makes so much of a difference adding a banana to it. I plan to try out more smoothies later from this blog, like kiwi and banana smoothie and I shall take a look at the other recipes later too, to see what takes my fancy. By following “Cooking without limits,” you will discover this persons cooking, whether you will see or maybe feel what it means learning a new recipe, or a fail in the kitchen.
A blog post shared. Do visit this bog and continue reading there, a very interesting post.
As a kid, I used to love watching Avatar the Last Airbender, a cartoon series about a young avatar who had to restore balance in the world. Although it was just a TV show, one of the lessons it taught me is how there is something we can learn from each of the four basic elements […]
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Sumer Starts To Shine is written by Imani Summer. On her blog she talks about BPD, PTSD, child abuse and trauma, which are her own experiences. Imani Summer’s blog is great read who I have found further inspiration from; ‘Sharpie Sunday‘ and ‘doodles and moodles,’ where I have re-discovered my creativity side. I have also joined in with #IfDepressionWereAChoice which helped to vent my feelings out more.
To see more of my ‘Sharpie Sunday,’ ‘doodles and moodles’ and ‘If depression were a choice,’ just click on the appropriate tags of the same name at the side of my blog.
In a previous post today, I shared a few blogs/websites I came across for doodle inspiration, while I await for my books. I decided I was going to doodle using prompts from Johanna Fritz website: 365 doodles. You will find more about her doodle prompts here.
Today, I was not in a mood to study. (Maybe I will be later today.) So I have doodled. 🙂
Here are some of mine.