Things That Make Me Question Myself

Do you ever randomly notice weird little things that you say or do that make you wonder if you’re even okay? Because I sure do. It’s not necessarily like I’m questioning my sanity, but it’s more like this voice of realization that says, you are such a weirdo.

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Thoughts Running Through My Mind

Do you ever just sit there and think about things you’ve said and done so long ago, that it almost unsettles you? Like you sit there and question whether or not they were mistakes, whether you regret doing those things—or not doing them.

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I Was Born With What?!

So, I figure that I’d share some fun (i.e., random) facts about myself. Some are widely known, others not so much—but I thought it would be nice to do something a little different for a change.

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Small Talk

You’re alone, and you’re walking down an aisle at the store, or the street, or around your workplace, and someone is heading in your direction. You keep your head down, because you like to avoid awkward eye contact, but then you look up as the other person approaches because you don’t want to seem rude or weak. The other person opens their mouth for those four dreaded words:

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What The Hell Is Even Going On

You know how people say things like, “life moves fast,” and “things can happen in the blink of an eye”? Yeah, well, this morning was interesting.

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(Kind Of) An Open Book

I used to be the kind of person who made fun of people who were open books. Not make fun of them maliciously or anything, I just didn’t understand how people could just be so, well, open. Even as a kid, I didn’t really get a grasp on the whole I-got-my-heart-on-my-sleeve, I-tell-people-how-I-really-feel kind of thing.

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Me Too

All day today, I’ve been seeing the words, “me too,” all over Facebook and Twitter. I have never hated seeing those words so much before in my life.

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Things Start to Click

So I had this idea of something I used to do often when I was a small child. When my mom finished her maternal leave with me, and had to go back to work, I would usually spend my days at Oma’s house.

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Let The Music Play

Did you know that listening to music for thirty minutes a day can reduce blood pressure, anxiety, and even physical pain? I bet you didn’t. But I bet that you did know that it helps improve your memory. Which it does—it’s a no brainer, really.

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