ok so i just realized that i have a ton of accessories for this thing and i guess retail it’d all go for like $250
i guess i’ll just do a giveaway with this stuff. all you have to do is like & reblog. you don’t have to be following me, but if you do, i’ll throw in something extra. and you’d have to be willing to give me your address and have your askbox open and whatever. if yr outside of the US, i guess you just have to be willing to pay shipping if it’s gonna run me more than $15
the winner will be chosen on midnight on october 19th EST. so you can get it by halloween.
i’ve only used this thing for selfies in my own room so it’s basically brand new. this is what you’ll get:
-basically new instax mini 8 (in pink!)
-black and white polka dot bag/case
-a white photo album for instax mini photos
-three cartridges of film (with 10 photos a piece) plus the half full cartridge that’s still in the camera
ok good luck xoxo
this ends tonight!
I had the house to myself this morning, and I am obsessing over this bodysuit, so I shot some grainy black and whites.
I love that I’m getting more personal questions about my life, sex, relationships, etc. I’m happy to give any info to curious parties or those who want advice! I’m only 24, but I’ve had some intense life experiences that give me some perspective and insight. So don’t be shy!
If you wanna know how I’ve been doing ~emotionally~ lately, I will tell you: Last two weeks were pretty rough. I had some real life things happen to disrupt some of my progress and my brain reverted back to bad thoughts occasionally, but I handled it positively. Some research into Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) really opened my eyes on reacting to situations. As humans, we can overeact, assume things immediately, and get too upset irrationally. One of the main things I took from DBT was the logical reasoning.
An event happens, and before reacting you assess the situation: is it logical for this to make me upset? What are my emotions from this situation? How do I react rationally? Is an emotional reaction appropriate? What are the facts of the situation?
Not only does this help to make sense and make a smarter decision, it gives you time to reflect and not act impulsively. It can help in even the smallest situations. It’s worth researching for sure! Especially if you have trouble regulating emotions.
It was Word Mental Health day a few days ago, which always makes me reflect on my journey with my illness. It’s been so tough, I’ve tried to give up several times, and it’s a day to day, sometimes hour by hour fight. I can only speak for myself and my experience with Bipolar/PTSD/Impulsivity/Anxiety. But all I really want to do is help others realize you can cope with it and live a rich happy life. I am now a college graduate, becoming more successful in my field, in a happy fulfilling relationship, and have long term life goals. With a lot of hard work and self knowledge, you can live happily with a mental illness, something I never thought I’d believe.
You can cope and be happy and alive and beautiful and successful. I believe in you. Trust.