7 Inspiring Mental Health Quotes

I saw this wonderful post on one of my favourite blogs so I thought I would share it since mental health month is almost coming to an end. 7-inspiring-mental-health-quotes-thatll-uplift-you If you haven't looked at Tiani's blog yet and followed it I would so recommend doing so because she is an amazing content creator as well [...]

5 Memes Writers Will Relate To


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Hope you found these memes relatable if you’re a writer and if not at least you now know the struggles lol!

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Science behind Christmas

Science behind Christmas

I found this post to be such an interesting read and thought I would share it with you guys. Hope you enjoy it as much as I do!


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Grace by Grace

And the science bombing continues, starting early this time so I can actually write two posts. I planned to do it for Thanksgiving but couldn’t. So here we go.

Reindeers

Reindeers may not be able to fly, but they can float in water. Their hair traps air like a puffy jacket, which helps them float in water.

Elves

Elves have pointy ears and a large pinna (the tissue on the outer ear). This helps them to sense anything wrong with Santa’s sleigh, like a loose screw by localising the sound to a great extent. This also gives them the ability of echolocation, like bats, which helps them to see obstacles in the dark.

The Christmas tree

Christmas trees belong to a group of gymnosperm plants called conifers. They belong to the division coniferophyta. Gymnosperm is derived from a Greek word meaning naked seeds because their seeds are not enclosed by…

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5 Funny Memes To Brighten Your Day


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For The Love of Memes…

Read this the other day and thought I would share it with you guys 😄


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Diary of a Dreamer

I don’t like getting views out of unoriginal content, but it’s hard to resist the temptation of sharing these… 😄

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Can’t blame him 😅

Savage 😂 #BeLikeBro

I salute thee, genius!

That’s it for today! I’ve never done this beforeand don’t plan on doing it frequently. Have you seen any of thesebefore? Let’s chat in the comments!

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New Word #16: Words Recently Learned

Really enjoyed learning some new words from this post and decided to share it with you guys so we can learn them together 😁


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Haoyan Do

sprightly: lively; full of energy. I learned this word from Pooja here. It also shows up in William Wordsworth’s poem, “Along the margin of a bay:/Ten thousand saw I at a glance,/Tossing their heads in sprightly dance.”

bugbear: a cause of obsessive fear, irritation, or loathing. I learned this word from Pooja here.

calisthenics: gymnastic exercises to achieve bodily fitness and grace of movement. I learned this word from Heterodox Buddhist here.

sitch: a situation or state of affairs, usually a bad situation. I learned this word from Bonnyword Manor here. This word is not to be confused with snitch, which means to secretly tell someone in authority that someone else has done something bad, often in order to cause trouble.

plink: a short, sharp, metallic or ringing sound.
tendril: A slender threadlike appendage of a climbing plant. I learned…

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Black History Facts You Probably Didn’t Know

Black History Facts You Probably Didn’t Know

Really great information in this post- I would definitely recommend giving it a read.

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Happy Friday everyone! I hope all is well with you all. I’m feeling pretty good myself. As we near the end of February also known as Black History Month, I wanted to share a few lesser-known and interesting facts about Black History. This is a month that reflects and pays tribute to the achievements of generations of African Americans.

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“Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.” – Martin Luther King Jr.

1.) The Black population in the United States went from being 4.8 million residents in 1870 to 43.8 million in 2018.

2.) Black History Month was originally started and celebrated as Negro History Week in 1926 by Carter G Woodson. He chose the second week of February specifically because it covered the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln (February 12th) and Frederick Douglass (February 14th).

3.) The late…

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How To Care For People In Your Life With Mental Health Problems

Huge thank you to Mio for having me on his amazing blog! Check out the guest post I did for his blog called How To Care For People In Your Life With Mental Health Problems.

Mentally Ill In America

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Unfortunately, there is still a lot of stigma around mental health and people that suffer from mental illnesses. There is a lot of lack of proper information when it comes to mental health as well as a lot of misinformation. This makes it very difficult for not only those suffering from mental health problems but those that have people in their lives that suffer from mental health problems. Here are some ways to help people in your life that is suffering from mental health problems

Just be there– Sometimes just being there for them can have a huge impact on someone’s life. Try to listen to them when they want to talk or help them with the little things that they…

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