Did You Know? (dec 31)

Surveys of Olympic medal winners find that Gold medalists are the happiest, followed by Bronze medalists, with Silver medalists being the least happy of the three. The theory is that those who win Silver are always left knowing they were so close to getting the Gold whereas Bronze winners tend to simply be happy to […]

Drowned like puppies

By TheAnxietyJunkie I’ve seen my share of sad men Down and outs by the bus station Sharing cigarette butts and sherry, Clean shaven men in traffic jams Twisting the dials of their radios Searching in the static for Something better, something other. I have seen men fall from grace Like meteors they plunged Into greasy […]

Complete and Finished

Originally posted on hier "blok" ek!:
Opgedra aan die skoonvader en die nuwe “jong eggenote”  😉 I personally loved this one: No English dictionary has been able to adequately explain the difference between these two words. In a recently held linguistic competition held in London, England, and attended by the best in the…

The Truth about Bloating in Recovery

by beautybeyondbones Alright, truth time. There’s an elephant in the room, and it has to do with refeeding in recovery. And that, my friends, is bloating. This is an uncomfortable topic to talk about, because it has to do with body image. During recovery, we’re working on accepting our new body and learning to love […]

Google, the World’s Biggest Advertising Company, Will Block Ads Soon. Is That Good?

by Justin Pot It’s finally happening: on February 15, 2018, Google’s Chrome browser will block some ads out-of-the-box, regardless of whether you have a separate ad blocker installed. That means Google, the web’s biggest advertising company, will start deciding which ads do and don’t get blocked in your browser. Should users be happy about this, […]