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Stacy N.
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Photo by Andrew Nolan The numbers (stats, page views, followers) got to me again, so I decided to take a break and learn how to de-stress and start enjoying various things again. That mainly came from stories. Stories that come in the form of video games (m...

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Part three.
Photo by Justin Schüler He laid on his bed wishing for an us. But there never was an us, just a what if. And now the weather: Poor Heart by Yuna ~ Stacy N.

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Lost Boys
An interesting little short film about Rufio (one of the Lost Boys in the movie Hook. ) It hints at some of the troubles that Rufio face (foster care, mom getting deported, bully), which isn't unusual for a Lost Boy. This makes me wonder if he ever sees his...

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Bullet Journaling
I tried bullet journaling* long ago. After watching this video, I got excited and productive and tried doing exactly what the video said. However, that got too overwhelming (and a bit confusing) because it felt like I was still following a strict structure,...

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Part two.
Photo by Clem Onojeghuo Finn had never been the best at being patient. If he did, he would have waited forever for Diggs. But when he saw that Diggs wasn't arriving anytime soon, he hopped onto the train before it could close on him. His goodbye best reserv...

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What happened to forever?
Photo by Jimmy Bay She whispered in my ear stories that were never meant to be told, truths that were never meant to be believed, and promises that were meant to be broken. She held me like the world was going to be okay but it wasn't. She kissed me like we...

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The monstrous thing
Photo by Can Anh Khai “Oh dear,” the doctor said, “oh dear, oh dear, oh dear.” They were looking at the x-ray, pacing back in forth in that small, neutral-colored room. Their hysteria was rising higher and higher with each step. “What,” I asked, still layin...

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One possible way to approach racist comments
An interesting way to approach racist comments. Engaging in a conversation and asking them why they said it is helpful in making the other person reevaluate their choices. However, only do it when you know you're not going to get hurt (or in some cases, kil...

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Forth of July
Here you go, enjoy a series of videos, while I go into the background and think about what freedom really is, the cost of said freedom, and the millions of people who have been affected by the choices that make up the United States today (Native Americans a...

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Books You Could Put Aside Maybe to Read This Summer
Not featured is  I Am More Than a Daydream and What Happens Now I should have posted my summer reading list during the beginning of summer, but I didn't because of reasons. So, I'm going to post it now. Also, so far I've managed to read four of the fourteen...
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