Tag: mind

I had a dream…

  We all dream, whether or not we remember our dreams is a different matter. I always assumed that everyone had weird, f**ked up dreams. I’ve never had a dream that was just normal. Something bizarre, terrifying or just weird usually happens. I only started thinking about it when I heard someone refer to their

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Just one day at a time.

I will promote the importance of understanding mental health issues until it is no longer a taboo subject. I will happily stand up in front of people and tell them how I once found it so difficult to leave the house that my Dad had to literally pick me up and carry me in to

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Wonderful obscurity

  Do you ever get those moments when you’re just smiling to yourself for no reason? Or a memory pops in to your head from nowhere and suddenly you’re laughing your head off on the bus? I adore these moments, these little bits of life that make us human. The moments you can’t touch, you

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Just a few thoughts

Whilst I was driving the other day it occurred to me that if I thought about the process of driving then my brain becomes confused and I suddenly think I can’t do it. The operation of driving has become second nature to me and now it is all done on auto-pilot. The same goes for

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So many questions..!

Full Name: Katherine Louise Hames. Zodiac Sign: Libra. 3 Fears: Wasps, zombies, the dark. 3 Things I love: So many things! Doggies, ducks, sleep, writing, sunshine. My best friend: Hayley. Last song I listened to: It was something in the car… I think it was Fools Gold – Stone Roses Switch on: Anything to do with crime… Bones,

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I’m not waiting anymore :)

    Don’t ever let anyone make you think you’re not good enough.  Follow your dreams right now! Don’t wait until tomorrow,  next week, next year. Stop planning, start doing 🙂 ‘Blind faith is no way to run a world’ – Victor Stenger

10 habits of mine.

There are 11 definitions of the word ‘habit’ on Dictionary.com. I’ve chosen 1 and 4 to use here. Habit; an acquired behaviour pattern regularly followed until it has become involuntary. a dominant or regular disposition or tendency; prevailing character or quality I grind my teeth. I tense my shoulders. I crack my knuckles. I chew

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