I do not want to be in a box. Close spaces are scary- though scary makes me sound young. Being trapped makes me feel young, waiting for mom to come and save me. In this I doubt she will. I know too well how the ‘End is Neigh’ and all I can hope is that it will not hurt. I can hope that an elephant won’t come and squish the box while I’m in side. I can hope that no one will throw in an angry jar of bees while I’m inside. I can hope that the box won’t be thrown into a literal fire pit.
Denmark’s 10 Jante Laws are grim, and yet they bring so much happiness.
Paris, France is just too real for some tourists to handle. This results in Japanese tourists getting sick, and seeking therapy because of unmet expectations.
Don’t work with children or animals? Sir David Attenborough laughs in the face of danger.
If you want to get from A to B more safely, be a little more choosy at the cab rank.
One day, we might be able to say that the dog saved the cheetah from extinction.
Dyslexia makes letters float, rotate, and flip on a page. It turns M’s into W’s, q’s into p’s, and so on. Changing the font-face might be able to help keep the letters in place on the page.
The state of Texas has a new way to keep people current with their child support payments. If you fall behind, don’t expect to be able to renew your vehicle registration.
Avocados are one of the most popular ‘super foods’ out there. It’s highly nutritious and known for being filled with healthy fats and good vitamins. And of course, guacamole. With a little bit of practice, the avocado’s use can extend far past your bowl of salsa. These are just a few tricks to transform this super food hiding there your pantry into healthy and organic things to use.
Circular thinking is one of the worst parts of general anxiety, depending on who you ask. This is when the end of one anxious thought leads right back to another, trapping you in a cyclone of worried behavior. It prevents you from getting anything done, and can keep you awake at night worrying over things you can’t control. It’s common for college students, especially in high–anxiety inducing periods of school, like the introductory periods where everything is starting at once, or exams. So we’ve put together five ways of mentally extracting yourself from this rut to help you start the new year strong.