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Public service announcement of awesomeness

Thanks to my dear friend Nerogermanicus, I now have emojis on my Android phone. My life is now complete.

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This is everything I aspire to be. No joke.

This is everything I aspire to be. No joke.

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ss-sebastianstan:

"horses are such majestic creatures!"

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I once saw a horse run around with a stick in its mouth. Still bummed I didn’t have my camera on me that day, it was amazing! :-D

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thelesbianguide:

For all of you heading off to your first day of school don’t forget your

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hanecdote:

I’d like to take some time to talk about a couple things that are very close to my heart; Hanecdote and depression, When I launched the Ghoul Guide patches in June 2013 I had no ideas of the positivity they would spread across the world. They opened up a whole new platform for me to voice my beliefs in feminism and my experiences with depression and solidarity with mental health sufferers.

I’m writing this because I want to make people happy; I want to encourage people to love and be kind to themselves. I created a series of reward patches called ‘Little Victories; for that exact purpose, to give yourself a pat on the back for doing the little things which are so difficult for people who suffer with depression and anxiety. To buy for yourself as a “well done” or as a sign of support for a friend in a dark place; these patches serve multiple purposes. When I get feedback from my customers and followers my heart fills with joy knowing that I have impacted on someone’s mood as well as helping them on their own journey to happiness and self love.

I also just released a series called ‘Positivity Patches’ which is exactly what it says on the label. The aims of these patches are to spread a bit of brightness on an otherwise gloomy day whether that’s a message to yourself or those around you. I’ve suffered with depression since I was 14 and my experiences with it have deeply affected who I am and how I look at life. Depression affects so many people’s lives, not just the person suffering. It can feel like no one cares or that you’d be better off dead or like you’re a burden.

It’s a horrible lonely existence at worst and an emotionally draining burden at best. Suicide attempts, self harm and severe mood swings put my life on hold and prevented me from going to school properly. But despite that, I managed to get a BTEC Level 3 in Art and Design with only two GCSE’s and I’m now at university studying what I love. I still struggle everyday but if I can inspire and encourage someone else to keep going, I think I’ll be ok.

I like to think I am making a difference by producing these patches for people like me who need positive reinforcement. When I post my ‘Don’t Give Up’ patch on instagram and get comments like “I needed this <3” and “Thank you” all the late nights sewing have been worth it and even a small amount of sadness goes away for a while, knowing I’ve helped someone else. I hope I get to do this for a long time because it is the most rewarding thing I’ve ever achieved and it keeps me alive. Hanecdote’s prosperity and support keeps me alive and smiling even when my depression wants me curled up in bed. Thank you. 

Love this!

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*brb moving to Guadelajara and eating there every day and twice on Sundays*

*brb moving to Guadelajara and eating there every day and twice on Sundays*

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npr:

Meet the Squirrel Whisperer (photo courtesy of the Squirrel Whisperer's FB page.)

The. Feet!

npr:

Meet the Squirrel Whisperer (photo courtesy of the Squirrel Whisperer's FB page.)

The. Feet!

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glottalplosive:

I’ve started saying that I feel schwa when I’m not stressed.

Schwa life! 

glottalplosive:

I’ve started saying that I feel schwa when I’m not stressed.

Schwa life! 

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