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Sparks flying.

Sparks flying.

Over the past year or so, whenever the word “self care” enters my personal sphere–which, over the past year, has been an unsettling amount of times–I can’t help but roll my eyes a little bit. I don’t mind it, in theory! It’s just that “self care,” in most of its present-day iterations, often seems to be code for “forgo all of your professional and personal duties in favor of sitting on a couch in a face mask and watching Netflix,”

11 Little Things That Will Make Taking Care Of Yourself Easier

This 30 day self-care challenge focuses fully on the different aspects self-care, but you can do it from the comfort of your own home! Improve your mental health, physical fitness and spiritual soul in this challenge A great 30 day challenge!

I'd write you another letter And another poem But Again, as in again How would I know you would get it?  Or read it?   Or anything?

Some people are born with tornadoes in their lives, but constellations in their eyes. Other people are born with stars at their feet, but their souls are lost at sea.

Look a little closer in those delicate eyes; her heart's a wild creature and her soul's on fire. -N.r. hart

Look a little closer in those delicate eyes; her heart's a wild creature and her soul's on fire.

“Your Beautiful Eyes“ - Suren Manvelyan

Seus belos olhos, por Suren Manvelyan

'Your Beautiful Eyes' is a fascinating photo series by Armenian photographer Suren Manvelyan. Using macro photography, Suren captures extreme close-up shot

The world only exists in your eyes. You can make it as big or as small as you want. -- F. Scott Fitzgerald ~ we ❤ this! moncheriprom.com

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" The world only exists in your eyes. You can make it as big or as small as you want." f scott fitzgerald quotes

This is the idea I was thinking of for the Beto Shadow Warriors. #thegenevaprojectbook #beto The priests and priestesses painted themselves with ash to lighten their skin in great rippling patterns and abrupt angles. About their eyes and foreheads, the ash was dyed in yellow and red to denote their devotion to the great goddess of sight.

The priests and priestesses painted themselves with ash to lighten their skin in great rippling patterns and abrupt angles. About their eyes and foreheads, the ash was dyed in yellow and red to denote their devotion to the great goddess of sight.

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