vote for your health

anonymous asked:

Hey girl! So, I really, REALLY like this guy. A lot. I want to ask him out, to go and see a movie. The thing is, I have really bad social anxiety. But I just want to step out there and do it, because YOLO! What do you think I should do?

Hi there!

I find the best way to overcome social anxiety (or any anxiety, really) is exposure therapy. Putting yourself out of your comfort zone a bit can really prove to be good for your mental health/your growth as a person. 

I vote go for it. Also, it seems like you have an adorable personality. So show it off to the world! Amaze people! Sweep that boy off his feet!!! 

Let me know how it goes :) 

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What makes you a good person to others (and not just to yourself) is the same thing that makes me, or anyone who can afford the occasional $12 cocktail, a good person: Your vote. Not your coat.

Vote for a Living Wage for others. Vote for health insurance for others. Don’t get in the way of food stamps for others. Understand how important $17 might be to others. That poor stretch of Atlanta is quiet because people are working and paying for day care. They’re clocking the same hours you’re clocking, but they make a shit wage.
Don’t confuse aid with charity. Charity is old coats. Donating a coat doesn’t make you a good person but I bet it makes you feel like one. You didn’t even want that coat anymore, what you wanted was the closet space. Sure, you could have sold it at a garage sale and made, like, twenty bucks. It was an expensive coat, damn it. But you, with your heart of gold, gave it away. There’s a twinkle in God’s eye just for you.
What makes you a good person to others (and not just to yourself) is the same thing that makes me, or anyone who can afford the occasional $12 cocktail, a good person: Your vote. Not your coat.
Vote for a Living Wage for others. Vote for health insurance for others. Don’t get in the way of food stamps for others. Understand how important $17 might be to others. That poor stretch of Atlanta is quiet because people are working and paying for day care. They’re clocking the same hours you’re clocking, but they make a shit wage.
Take a good long look at your feet. If you were born at the starting line wearing a nice pair of running shoes, that was luck. Sheer luck. The most important thing you can do now is help those who had to start the race a mile behind you, barefoot.

HI BRITISH PEOPLE OVER 18 YEARS OLD (I’M TALKING MAINLY TO YOUNGER PEOPLE HERE (18-25) BECAUSE THIS IS YOUR FUTURE, AND YOU HAVE TO VOTE TO HAVE A SAY. IT DOES MATTER. YOUR VOTE DOES COUNT. THIS IS FOR YOUR RIGHTS, YOUR HEALTH, SAFETY, THINGS YOU WANT OUT OF THE SYSTEM THAT IS IN PLACE TO SERVE YOU)

THE EU REFERENDUM IS ON THE 23RD JUNE 2016

SOME MAIN POINTS:

  1. ONLY 18+ YEAR OLDS CAN VOTE
  2. YOU MUST BE REGISTERED BY THE 7TH JUNE (TODAY) DO IT HERE X
  3. IF YOU’RE A BRIT OVERSEAS, YOU CAN REGISTER TO VOTE BY PROXY (AKA SOMEONE CAN VOTE FOR YOU) HERE X YOU HAVE UNTIL THE 15TH JUNE TO DO SO.
  4. IF YOU CAN’T LEAVE YOUR HOME FOR WHATEVER REASON, YOU CAN REGISTER TO VOTE BY POST HERE X NO QUESTIONS ASKED. DEADLINE IS AT LEAST 11 WORKING DAYS BEFORE ELECTION DAY. 

My personal vote is to vote to STAY IN the EU, because I believe the current benefits of co-existing with other EU members is more beneficial than removing ourselves from such a position of power. Both sides have their views, but I think the reasons to stay make more sense to me than the ones to leave. (However, I do feel the EU does need reform in some areas, because the discontent  among people is not unnoticeable, hence the referendum. But I’d prefer we fought for ourselves, than just hit the “eject” button.)

No option is perfect, and that’s why it is important to take 5-10 minutes to observe both sides and look at the situation rationally. This isn't something you can do on a whim.

If you happen to come across information that you don’t understand, I can do my best to help discuss it with you. 

Please pass this on and encourage your friends/relatives to vote, take your future and do your part to make it yours. Thank you!

My dear beneficiaries this is a sample of the many maneuvers that the doctors have to implement when there is a lack of medical equipment to continue preserving your health supplies, and yes It is outrageous but for us it’s more   outrageous that you vent your discontent and dissatisfaction on those who do everything possible to help. It’s a fault from the government for prefer to give flat screen TVs to keep you all watching soap operas and Laura in America. You’re willing to queue under the sun for hours but if at the pharmacy they take 20 minutes, then you take retaliate with which dispatches when they’re just doing their job. We have to be consistent and instead of complaining about the health service make sure to assert your vote and claim to the goverment” Not my picture or caption

This is an example of what is really happening in Venezuela, the hospitals don’t have the equipment necessary to save lives, you can’t find all the medicine you need, you need to queue under the sun for hours to get the most importants groceries (Corn flour, oil, milk) and when you find them you need to make sure you can buy them the right day (because you must buy according to the finals numbers of your ID), the price of the electronic equipment is up in the sky and our goverment keep blame others when they’re stealing the money of our country.

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I’m currently hosting the Project for Awesome livestream where we are discovering new videos made for charities around the world and talking about the environment and literacy and global poverty and healthcare! Watch here, donate to the Indiegogo to raise money for Save the Children and Partners in Health, and vote for your favorite videos on projectforawesome.com

Thank you so much guys for voting for me as your choice for best health and fitness channel on YouTube! I’m now one of 5 official nominees up to take home the award! Thank you so much for doing Blogilates workout videos and for always believing in me. ☺️ We’ll find out in September if we win! I’ll be sure to ask you guys for red carpet fashion advice before I head to the awards show. Love you!!

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Today is National Voter Registration Day. Decisions made at the local, state, and federal level impact your community and health, from funding for community health centers to legislation like the Affordable Care Act. In Massachusetts, not only will we be voting for the next President of the United States, voters will also be considering two important health-related questions on medical marijuana and physician-assisted suicide.

Are you registered to vote for your health?