[Description: Photo of Justified actors Timothy Olyphant and Walton Goggins.]
THESE TWO.
Image via Pajiba.

[Description: Photo of Justified actors Timothy Olyphant and Walton Goggins.]

THESE TWO.

Image via Pajiba.

awwww-cute:

A friend’s fox

awwww-cute:

A friend’s fox

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englishsnow:

 Robin Mellway

[Description: Two photos of waves.]

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[Description: Photo of a bored-looking model with amazing eye makeup.]

[Description: Photo of a bored-looking model with amazing eye makeup.]

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[Description: Photo of a Boston Terrier, dressed as a walrus.]

[Description: Photo of a Boston Terrier, dressed as a walrus.]

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sourcedumal:

heartsoulandcurves:

VIBE Vixen: Behind The Cover Shoot With Janelle Monáe

The Queen

[Description: Four photos of singer Janelle Monae.]

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animalics:

Baby reindeer.

[Description: Photo of an exhausted-looking baby reindeer, lying in the dirt.]

animalics:

Baby reindeer.

[Description: Photo of an exhausted-looking baby reindeer, lying in the dirt.]

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[Description: Lipstick look featuring dark berry on the top lip and true gold on the bottom lip.]

[Description: Lipstick look featuring dark berry on the top lip and true gold on the bottom lip.]

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Misunderstanding the Mind/Body Connection


 I’d wager that a lot of us with chronic pain and illness who also deal with mental health issues have heard conjectures like, “You must be in pain because you have [depression/anxiety/BPD/other mental health disorder],” or “I’ve heard that [Fibromyalgia/CFS/CRPS] is a form of depression,” or “Are you sure that your illness is not just stress?” These comments might be well-meaning, but they all operate from a place of ignorance; just as crucially, they misunderstand and grossly oversimplify the mind-body connection.

telegantmess:

mybrainonwax:

Wire Bonsai by Ken To

Bonsai is a reflective art, but you could almost see yourself in the delicately wrapped copper wire that Ken uses to cnstruct his miniature bonsai sculptures, which are available to purchase at his rondei.

Artist: ebay / DeviantArt

wow

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