Hey friends. This week has completely escaped me, so I haven't finished the usual Saturday post. I'll have it up tomorrow afternoon at the latest! Apologies for the delay. It's truly been a crazy week.
Welcome back, and congratulations on making it through another week. Quite a lot happened between these posts. Shall we jump into it then? A recent study has linked exercise and the effects it has on your personality. The article is a simple summary, with a link to the study at the bottom. (or I could … Continue reading Weekend Roundup III
The elephant in the room broke some furniture this last week. It's name is Suicide. I not here to talk about successful people dying, or how they have problems too. But, as a resource center for anxiety and depression, leading factors in suicide contemplation and action, I feel it's worth writing about the subject at … Continue reading On Suicide
Saturday is back and so is the Article Roundup! (Anybody have a more fun and witty name?) There are quite a few this time around. Apparently, I have this problem of stashing articles on my "read later" list by just opening them in the browser on my phone and then... Ignoring them for months. So … Continue reading Weekend Article Roundup II
Today's Very Fun Post will involve a story analysis like I mentioned I wanted to do way back in January... Hopefully, you'll find it interesting and useful, and different from the ones you had to do in your English/Grammar classes in school. I don't intend to do the whole, "but what did the author mean!?!?" … Continue reading The Voyage of How Eustace Became Less Useless
So I've been posting a lot of neat articles here recently. Sharing the good word, as it seems. And I've figured I'd probably be a lot better to just do a weekly news roundup of all the Posts From Not-Me. Because I like things nicely grouped. So here's to Week One of the Roundup. (Some … Continue reading Weekend Article Roundup
Anxiety can be pretty crippling. You can feel absolutely at the mercy of the universe and it's frankly terrifying. I've been thinking lately of Anxiety as the precursor to a fear response. We're not afraid yet, the metaphorical lion has yet to pounce. But, Anxiety is that feeling you get, walking down the road at … Continue reading Turning The “What Ifs” Into “If Thens”