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Ran into some of the homies @AnimeExpo...classic Deadpool, you can’t bring the guy anywhere! Best #crossover episode ever! I think we all know who’d win this epic battle: Me! #cosplay @MyHeroAcademias pic.twitter.com/dA0UyqDnKp — Gaby Randolph (@Gabzayywabisabi) August 8, 2018 Btw can you guess who I am?!? PLEASE COMMENT ^.~ #anime #animeexpo
I Have to admit, I am somewhat of a new fan of the show. I have heard great things, but I wasn't too sure if a cooking show would fit my taste. Boy was I wrong! Not only does the art style captive the viewers, with magnificent portrayals of various traditional dishes, but the character's … Continue reading Shokugeki no Soma is Finally back..Will she finally say Soma’s cooking is “Oishi”
Beautiful isn't it? Now don't get the wrong idea or anything!?! I DID NOT...break those glasses. Although, whoever did must have been an artist, and probably an inebriated one at that. It was summer 2016, I had just transferred to UCSB as a psychology major. The view from my balcony was breath taking, for the … Continue reading Looking back at my first apartment: UCSB (DP Ocean Side) 😉
Ever feel just entirely drained? Well as a student at a competitive university I definitely do. I am a bit older than most people at my Universty, and a transfer student so it is a little hard to make friends. For myself, this was shocking. I am an extremely social butterfly. What I have noticed is a … Continue reading Smile at the world, just smile.
This is a Positive Psychology Intervention credited to Martin Seligman and Chris Peterson. Their premise is that American society seems to lack gratitude rituals. The instructions are simple: think of someone who has made a personal impact on your life, who have been extremely kind for which you have never really expressed formal gratitude. The point to write … Continue reading Gratitude Letter (one of the most rewarding things you can do for yourself or others)
The idea is, every day before you go to bed, write down three things you were grateful for that day. They could be anything like getting a new car or eating pizza, but you also have to think of why that occurrence was particularly pleasant to you.