nightdutynurse:

mydaywasworsethanyours:

Time for the MYDAYWASWORSETHANYOURS GIVEAWAY!

To followers who want to participate: all you have to do is reblog this post sometime by July 20th. Seven winners will each receive 2 badge reels (one for you and one for a friend…or 2 for you)…I’ll start announcing the winners after the 20th. If you win- all you’ll have to do is message me the address where I can send the badge reels. 

Good luck and remember- this is my first crafty attempt with badge reel decorating. :)

How pretty, I love them!

nightdutynurse:

mydaywasworsethanyours:

Time for the MYDAYWASWORSETHANYOURS GIVEAWAY!

To followers who want to participate: all you have to do is reblog this post sometime by July 20th. Seven winners will each receive 2 badge reels (one for you and one for a friend…or 2 for you)…I’ll start announcing the winners after the 20th. If you win- all you’ll have to do is message me the address where I can send the badge reels.

Good luck and remember- this is my first crafty attempt with badge reel decorating. :)

How pretty, I love them!

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"I think that when you have a connection with someone it never really goes away. You snap back to being important to each other because you are."

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newyorker:

Maria Konnikova on how music makes us feel better: http://nyr.kr/15WHE7k

“Music with a four-four tempo, which corresponds closely to a normal heart rate, can help regulate heart rate, circulation, and breathing. Lyrical melodies and rhythms of about sixty to eighty beats a minute, which is common to much classical music and bird song, can stimulate relaxation and alpha brain waves, a type of pattern associated with wakeful relaxation.”

Photograph: Elleringmann/Laif/Redux.

newyorker:

Maria Konnikova on how music makes us feel better: http://nyr.kr/15WHE7k

“Music with a four-four tempo, which corresponds closely to a normal heart rate, can help regulate heart rate, circulation, and breathing. Lyrical melodies and rhythms of about sixty to eighty beats a minute, which is common to much classical music and bird song, can stimulate relaxation and alpha brain waves, a type of pattern associated with wakeful relaxation.”

Photograph: Elleringmann/Laif/Redux.

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