📕or📱? Remember a while back, we mentioned our differences, despite the rock solid united Phan-and-Al Step Up vision? Well here's another one for your Sunday morning enjoyment: notes. We're both fastidious when it comes to keeping track of our projects, but we have opposite modus operandi. Alice is surgically attached to her notebook: messy, mildly illegible and boasting too many doodles it's an honest mirror of her mind. While Phanella is nothing without her phone: slick, organised beyond belief and completely digital it's a neat (in all senses of the word) reflection of her character. The point is, we stick to our own methods. Moral of this story: don't try and emulate your best friend/business partner/colleague. Rather, do things your way and you'll work better and happier. #Notes
Hey fam, beautiful Sunday morning to you.
Here's a Myth on today's Psychology ..... MYTH :
A PSYCHOLOGIST WILL JUST BLAME ALL YOUR PROBLEMS ON YOUR PARENTS OR YOUR CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES
One component of psychotherapy might entail exploring childhood experiences and significant events impacting your life. Relating information from your family background can help you and your psychologist understand your perceptions and feelings, current coping strategies, or see patterns that developed. The point of wanting you to look backward is to better understand your present and make positive changes for the future.
However, in some instances your psychologist will choose to focus mainly on the current problem or crisis that brought you into treatment and not delve into your past at all. You’ll learn how to incorporate techniques and use tools that will help change your current thoughts or behaviors contributing to your problem. Psychologists who use an eclectic style of psychotherapy will know how to guide the session to include discoveries about your past with reflections on current problematic thoughts or behaviors.
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119 days left to go: Being on this no spend journey, I often find myself pondering about why we buy so much useless/unnecessary stuff. So, why not imagine 'Materialism' was a person?! What would he/she exude? I have a few things that come immediately to mind : greed, discontent, fear, inequality, division, insecurity, consumerism, crime, narcissism,...the list of negative things is long. There is literally not a single positive thought that I could personally associate with materialism. All of us should turn around more often and walk towards a beach, park or the woods, instead of walking straight into the next shop to look for happiness and contentment. And here is why: When you walk into a shop three scenarios can happen a) you buy something and have to spend money (which no doubt you will regret somewhere down the line, hence why charity shops and eBay are full of things that people most of the time have to flock for less than half price than they've paid for) b) you waste quality time that you could spend with loved ones outside (no money needed) c) you roam around for ages looking for something to buy and find absolutely nothing (eventually you go home frustrated). You wasted time and leave the shop stressed, disappointed, angry (maybe) and on top of it all you will probably walk straight into the next one to find a short lived feeling of happiness (we all know that the happiness of a purchase doesn't last very long, hence why we go shopping over and over and over again). Now, imagine waking up early on a sunday morning, having a relaxed breakfast, taking a shower and heading for the beach, a picnic in the park or a hike in the woods. You could appreciate all the free stuff around you, spot rare birds, plants, put your feet in the water, build a sandcastle, enjoy a homemade salad and sandwich, have deep or light conversations with your loved ones or enjoy the peace without anyone😂😁. Contentment and happiness are right in front of you and it doesn't cost you anything. Stop believing companies that you're not enough. You are way more than enough. You have one life, don't live it in shops or for other people's opinions. I hope you have a great Sunday!
I'm back babyyyyy. Just took a run to the local second hand spot and scored some extreme pop in both vinyl and printed form. @australianrozie and a few others have asked me recently where I find my source material. My recommendation is to buy books rather than magazines as you'll find more unique items and the paper quality will be much better to work with than the sliver thin pages of the ubiquitous Nat Geo etc mags. Map out your local thrift store/op shop chains and take a day to drive around and check them out. Try to discover the key depot for chain op shop sorting (in Sydney it's in Tempe). Some goodwill/thrift store prices have gone through the roof in recent years, so don't pay silly money for old books when you'll find them cheaper elsewhere. I made friends with the woman who works in my local op shop by showing her some of my collages and explaining what I'm buying the books for. Now she will allow me out the back to look through the books that haven't been processed yet. Garage sales, deceased estate auctions, ask friends (especially friends of your parents) and even check roadside council clean ups if your passing by. People are downsizing and getting rid of printed matter more and more in the digital age - it's out there for the picking. Happy hunting! #sourcematerial#tipsandtricks#advice#collage#papercraft#vinyl#popart#secondhand#digging
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Real talk time: I'm missing something in my life. I'm missing the giving back -- a huge aspect of my core soul. I'd love to start going on yearly mission trips to experience new cultures and help people in need. I've only been on mission trips through my church, but does anyone have any tips or experiences they'd like to share about mission trips they've been on? Would love any insight and thoughts ❤️
Welcome to my page if you're new! I am Iman, I'm a youtuber who does comedy skits on my channel. (Link in bio) anyways, so I've been getting many requests of people asking me about my workout routine and diet. Well fact of the matter is, I don't workout... at least not yet. ☺️ I've been working closely with a good friend of mine who made me an 8 week workout guide! I'll be starting this on Monday (1 day from today). I have started dieting however, no I don't starve myself, I just watch what I eat and my calorie intake. Instead of getting fries and a burger, I got this!☺️❤️ Italian salad with chicken. ''Twas delightful! So I was wondering if you guys wanted to join me on my "health" journey. I'll be posting pictures of my progress with my food giving you all the ins and outs tips and tricks for staying healthy as well as my physical fitness ! In a realistic way, - no im not saying to cut out all good food and eat grass 😂☺️ but if you want me to post about it giving you real advice etc please leave a comment below!!! -
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Such majestic creatures...I will never be able to comprehend how anyone would want to do anything more than be mesmerized in their presence. Can you imagine a world without whales, tigers, elephants, rhinos, polar bears and all the other endangered animals?!