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Seattle, by The Design Nerd

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Seattle, by The Design Nerd

mbacani:

Foulee Market.
Seattle, Washington.
March 2014.

mbacani:

Foulee Market.
Seattle, Washington.
March 2014.

leksije:

Adventures on Bainbridge Island, WA

leksije:

Adventures on Bainbridge Island, WA

scissorsandthread:

Succulent Book Planter | Apartment Therapy
Some of y’all might hate the fact that this DIY features a cut up book, but I just love this DIY! And even better, succulents are almost impossible to kill so even I could grow this!

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Succulent Book Planter | Apartment Therapy

Some of y’all might hate the fact that this DIY features a cut up book, but I just love this DIY! And even better, succulents are almost impossible to kill so even I could grow this!

"Knowing how to be solitary is central to the art of loving. When we can be alone, we can be with others without using them as a means of escape."

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How to Cope with Public Speaking Nerves

onlinecounsellingcollege:

1. Remember that people can’t real see how you feel. Act as if you’re feeling calm and no-one will know how nervous you really feel inside.

2. Before speaking, visualise yourself giving a great talk and capturing the audience’s full attention. Often we create what we imagine in life.

3. Use…

21 People On What They Would Tell Their 19-Year-Old Selves

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8 Reasons Why Change is Good for You

onlinecounsellingcollege:

1. You discover new aspects about “who you are”, your life, interests, skills and personality.

2. It makes you more adaptable and flexible.

3. It gives you new insights, understandings and perspectives.

4. It challenges and helps you to sort out your personal values.

5. It develops inner strength and the resolve to persevere.

6. It opens up new doors of opportunity.

7. It shakes up what is routine, and is boring, in your life.

8. It makes you a more interesting person.

"The first step to loving yourself
begins with the words,
‘I matter.’
You deserve to occupy space.
You deserve to stand up for yourself
and claim your right to happiness.
You deserve to be here,
just as much as
anyone else."

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"Realizing I deserved better changed everything."

Six Word Story #82 by absentions (via coffee-and-libertea)

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That time you confused a lesson for a soulmate.

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