10 Ways To Feel Better:

1. Light a candle, or get new oils for your plug ins, new wax for your melters, ect. Scent plays a big role in relaxation.

2. Put your hair up (or take it down if it’s been up all day and give your scalp a really good rub. Shake out that hair!).

3. Buy a new pillow. Some of us don’t change out our pillows as often as we should, and this can result in neck pain and trouble sleeping. Today I found a pack of two Serta Gel Memory Foam pillows for $18 at Big Lots! They’re so nice. A bit of a splurge for me, but worth it. 

4. Brew a fresh pot of coffee, or your favorite cup of tea and drink it very slowly. Really take your time to taste it, smell it, and enjoy it.

5. Listen to your body. If you feel you should take a nap, and you are able to, then take a small nap. If you feel thirsty, get some water. Don’t deny yourself.

6. Pet your cat/dog/hamster/bird/whatever pet you have. If you don’t have a pet, stroke something soft and cozy. Petting your pet is a stress reliever, and it feels good to hear them purr or look at you with gratitude (that blinky look that dogs get.. so cute).

7. Wash your face, use a toner, and then some moisturizer. Get all that makeup off and let your skin breathe! Or if you’ve been bare faced for a while, glam yourself up, just because! Admire your fine self. Yas.

8. Get a blanket with some weight to it (like a quilt, or a big, poofy, downy blanket if you’re lucky enough to own one) and wrap yourself up burrito-style. Curl up on the couch, close your eyes, clear your head and focus on your breathing. Inhale… exhale…. 

9. Watch some cartoons. Adventure Time, Regular Show, Spongebob, Steven Universe, Chowder- whatever does it for you. Distract yourself, laugh a little, let go a bit. Bonus points for watching while eating cereal.

10. Take your bra off. Just take it off. Take all of your real world clothes off and slip into some cool pjs. 

Note to self: You gotta do this for you. This is for you. This isn’t about anybody. Live for you. Honor you. Never lose sight of that.
—  Brittany Josephina

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  • 1. Inggit ka sa ganda/gwapo niyang taglay.
  • 2. Hindi mo trip mukha niya kahit saang anggulo pa tingnan.
  • 3. Galit ka sa kanya.
  • 4. May nakaraan kayong mahirap kalimutan.
  • 5. Nagseselos ka sa kanya kasi siya ang type ng crush mo.
  • 6. Ayaw mo yung pose niya.
  • 7. Mukha siyang bading sa picture.
  • 8. Ayaw mong dumami likes niya at mahigitan yung sayo.
  • 9. Sa Tumblr mo lang siya friend at hindi in real life.
  • 10. Ayaw niyang i-like mga pictures mo at gumaganti ka lang sa kanya.

anonymous asked:

tips for a beginner? story of season is my first 'harvest moon' game and i'm pretty confused... not to mention everyone is saying how much more complex story of seasons is compared to previous harvest moon games. any advice would help me, thank you!

Complex…? I don’t know; that all depends on opinion. There is a lot more than you can do in Story of Seasons, but there’s no need to hurry to do anything–you can learn at your own pace. And you can play the game at your own pace. I was really slow the first time around but once I got a few years in-game and dabbled into all the various activities (making cloth and clothing, pottery, winemaking, etc.), I felt quite comfortable.

I guess some of my advice for the beginning of the game would be:

  • Hoard all twigs, rocks, pebbles, ores, weeds, etc, but sell all your produce, dairy products and eggs. The building materials will come in handy later.
  • If you’re short on cash, sell gems. They’ll be easier to get once you have access to the safari (Fall of Year 1). Gems are primarily used for accessories and in some blueprints (including the second-to-last house upgrade, which needs emeralds), but none of the tool upgrades require gems. 
  • Make sure to fish and go noodling (swimming), too! Some fish fetch a nice amount of money.
  • Get a seed maker shed and sewing studio as soon as you can. Once you have access to flax, you can make a lot of money selling gold and silver linen. (Grow flax > Fertilize at least some of the flax if you can > harvest flax > put some of your best flax through the seed maker so that you can have seeds to grow more flax > plant that flax > take the remaining flax to the sewing studio and make linen thread > then dye it silver or gold > then weave it into cloth > sell it! The dyeing process takes a while but that cloth is worth a lot of money.)

That’s all I can think of at the moment… Anyone else have tips for newcomers to the series?

EDIT: I corrected it, but allow me to go hide in my corner of shame for confusing the words “dying” and “dyeing”… >.>

anonymous asked:

Hi! Just a protip for your lovely followers here! If you don't have access to a journal for whatever reason or art supplies to make them beautiful, there's a chrome app you can put on your computer called "Sketchpad" the logo is 2 rainbow wheels. There's lots of patterns and stamps and fonts to just create! I've made some lovely journal pages.

Thanks for the tip.

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