yamunabody:

In Bed you go into a relaxed state of non-doing where the body’s own inner intelligence takes over and begins to reorganize and align and correct itself. If there is too much pressure built up in a joint or the bones are misaligned, the gentle unforced weight of the body part into the ball allows the body to focus on that one point and make the necessary adjustments. The ball becomes the place the body can focus on and begin to correct itself.
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yamunabody:

In Bed you go into a relaxed state of non-doing where the body’s own inner intelligence takes over and begins to reorganize and align and correct itself. If there is too much pressure built up in a joint or the bones are misaligned, the gentle unforced weight of the body part into the ball allows the body to focus on that one point and make the necessary adjustments. The ball becomes the place the body can focus on and begin to correct itself.

To celebrate the launch of In Bed, we are sharing a savings of 20% with our Facebook following. Just enter code INBED20 at checkout! 
Learn more: http://bit.ly/1duY5Im

And for all you practitioners out there, don’t worry, In Bed certification training is on its way!

bbcamerica:

Tea time.

bbcamerica:

Tea time.

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tastefullyoffensive:

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ilovecharts:

Paths to Crippling Anxiety
rough-draft-design:

Sometimes I use embroidery to express my very complex feelings #sewing #crafty #roughdraft

rough-draft-design:

Sometimes I use embroidery to express my very complex feelings #sewing #crafty #roughdraft

wilwheaton:

Survey of /r/mensrights turns up pretty much exactly what you’d expect.

White, male, 17-20 years-old, and disconnected from reality.

thefrogman:

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Ah, Clippy. I just don’t even know what to say.

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withersuns asked: The cat litterbox. How often should I give the thing a good washing? With what do I clean it? Where's the best place to clean the bloody thing? I can wash it outside during the warmer months, but then I'm putting chemicals in the yard. I have access to a utility sink, but I'm worried the residue from the litter could clog the drains. I usually use bleach to clean it, but I'm worried about the toxicity and my cats' exposure to it. Thank you for considering my question(s).

unfuckyourhabitat:

No bleach! Bleach, aside from toxicity issues on its own, shouldn’t be mixed with ammonia (the main component of cat pee) because it will result in things that shouldn’t be inhaled, like chloramine gas, hydrazine, or nitrogen trichloride (depending on the amounts of ammonia and bleach).

Vinegar is a cat-safe alternative to bleach, and you can use it outside, although keep in mind that vinegar will kill plant life, so dump it over weeds or in an area with no vegetation. Litter dust and residue can clog your sink, so after dumping the litter, give the box a good wipedown before cleaning it in a sink.

Another option that can save you time and aggravation are litter box liners, as long as your cats don’t notice and/or hate the texture and refuse to use the box.

urbangreens:

kiyo:

Stepping Outside to Observe: Al Johnson’s Swedish Restaurant & Butik Sister Bay, Door County Wisconsin

Use roof-goats so you don’t have to roof-mow your roof-lawn

Some wise words from Dame Julie.

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wilwheaton:

sassingintothevoid:

Coffee porn.     (Cinemagraphs and gifs from this cool article.)

AKA Sean Bonner porn.

tastefullyoffensive:

[dreamybean]

Wow. So you have met my Gramgram?