mothernaturenetwork:

Rescued coyote’s pup’s life tells a story of trust

halalbacon:

The human brain is an amazing organ. It functions 24 hours a day from the day we are born and only stops when we are taking an exam or fall in love.

lazyyogi:

some Adyashanti at the end of the day

lazyyogi:

some Adyashanti at the end of the day

steampunktendencies:

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Book Art by Kaspen

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bookishbeauty13:

Darcy Lewis appreciation.

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mothernaturenetwork:

Not sure which foods will give your daily allotment of certain vitamins? Here’s a handy cheat sheet.

mothernaturenetwork:

Not sure which foods will give your daily allotment of certain vitamins? Here’s a handy cheat sheet.

kinkfactory sent: Hello there! I've come with a follow - because this blog is really great - and a question. I want to write a character with ADHD, do you have any advice on how to properly go about that?

lazyresources:

Be mindful. ADHD is a real thing—real people are affected by it. Thus, be careful on how you portray your character. Don’t use it to make a character “different.” Don’t ignore facts because they “don’t fit” your character. Don’t give in the stereotypes seen in popular media and dramatize those.

ADHD should not be the defining factor of your character. I suggest to build your character without the label “they have ADHD.” Get their background thought out (at least the general story of it). Give them relationships—what do they think of their parents? Are they romantically involved? Do they make friends easily? Give them an education; give them interests and hobbies and skills; give them a personality with quirks and faults. After that, research on ADHD and look at how ADHD can affect your already developed character. If there are some facts about ADHD that might go against your character’s traits, understand why and think of how to handle them. Don’t ignore these conflicts. Yes, ADHD affects people differently, so it’s possible some symptoms or traits won’t be apparent in your character, but never ignore these facts. Address them. Understand why these symptoms aren’t there. 

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braydaaan:

do you ever just realise you’re almost an adult and you have no money 

I am an adult and I have no money.

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