Bigger pictures, less words…the restful feeling of dusk now thrums through this thoughtful Tuesday post much more clearly. Click and enjoy, even if it’s not dusk where you are yet!
With many more informative links and a better structure, this refreshed post about perfect pitch is ready for anyone to read. Click and learn more about this interesting phenomenon, and the ongoing research about it!
I went back and polished up this post about sound-color synesthesia, adding in a video and several links for further information. If you’ve never heard of synesthesia and wonder how someone could “see” and “feel” music, click the link and discover my real-life visual and tactile musical experiences!
My hilarious post about using bathroom time as thinking time is revamped and ready for viewing–click to read 3 real-life stories of epic problem-solving while, um, otherwise occupied!
Today’s psychology-based article digs into why I act the way I do in social situations. It was an eye-opener for me to write (and rewrite), and I hope it inspires you to think about your own social coping strategies as well!
Even if you live in the city and rarely see a tree, you’ll still enjoy today’s redone post–take a few minutes and indulge your inner nature-lover!
Today’s post was previously super-heavy and without hope–but I’ve gone back, edited down quite a bit, and put in the hope of escaping loneliness someday. Click to read about how loneliness develops, and how it can shape a life.
I’ve got a lovely (pun intended) post for you today–an uplifting post about how love changes us, always for the better. This was a sweet post to write and revise, and I hope it will bring some brightness to your day as well. 🙂
My post about depression has been rewritten and organized better, presenting both the popular misconceptions of depression as well as the realities of the illness. Click and read on for greater understanding, whether you’re a depression sufferer, survivor, or supportive friend/family member.
For today’s creativity post, I went back and polished up my post about my choir experiences. Now it’s even more readable and easier to follow (I had a few derpy sentences in there, LOL), so y’all can enjoy the story!