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I love this quote by Audrey Hepburn. Laughing is one of the greatest gifts in life and instantly brightens one's day. It is important to see the positive aspects of the world and enjoy life rather than focus on the negative. I love to make others laugh to promote positive energy.

Love this quote: "I love people who make me laugh. I honestly think it’s the thing I like most, to laugh. It cures a multitude of ills. It’s probably the most important thing in a person" --Audrey Hepburn

The first lines of defense against bipolar disorder are often medication and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, but the impact of diet and exercise should not be discounted. Here is a list of foods shown to improve — and worsen — symptoms of bipolar disorder.

Eating for good mental health is about a mind-body connection. A healthy diet and good nutrition are essential to your overall mental and physical wellness.

Lol... Agreed... Especially the ponytail!

I know the Struggle & I normally let it go, but ponytails I try to fix more often than the others bc It's easiest!

DIY Pallet Wardrobe | Pallets Furniture Designs

We have a new idea related with wooden pallet DIY pallet wardrobe. If you need a wardrobe in your house for hanging project with wooden pallet.

How To Test If Wild Plants Are Edible

Basic Test If Wild Plants Are Edible Foraging is fun and a great skill to have. Learn the 3 steps to test if the wild plants you have foraged are edible.

Funny pictures about George Carlin hits the nail on the head. Oh, and cool pics about George Carlin hits the nail on the head. Also, George Carlin hits the nail on the head.

"Someone once told me that none of us are actually afraid of the dark; we're scared of what it conceals from us. We're afraid of having something with the potential to hurt us standing right before our eyes and not registering it as a threat. People can be like that, too."

None of us are actually afraid of the dark; we are scared of what it conceals from us. We're afraid of having something with the potential to hurt us standing right before our eyes and not registering it as a threat. people can be like that, too.

13 ways Neil deGrasse Tyson’s “Cosmos” sent the religious right off the deep end

13 ways Neil deGrasse Tyson’s “Cosmos” sent the religious right off the deep end The series will be watched in classrooms around the world -- much to the chagrin of science-denying Evangelicals