Hello, dear ones!
I am back with some mixed random stuff for you to check out, should you feel the need to do that with yet another list of things. 🙂 I, for one, have a gigantic to-read list saved everywhere, it just never seems to finish, this semi-informational, semi-educational, supposedly funny flow of things we are exposed to daily. Lucky for you, I am here (trying to post this type of articles on Monday from now on, let’s see how it goes) to select some which could prove to be a good use of your time and neurons (hopefully). Here they are:
In my quest to discover every series ever made, I have seen Crashing. I think it is very repetitive if you have already seen Fleabag, but it does touch some relevant, albeit painful points. Most of all, I think it is funny, I laughed more than I cried, that counts for something. You can give it some hours of your life (there are only 6 episodes, about half an hour or so each) and draw your own conclusion:
Google published the above image and…what do you think it is? Some contemporary art masterpiece? It could stand for that, but it is something pretty classic: the largest high-resolution map of brain connectivity in any animal – a 3D model that traces 20 million synapses connecting some 25,000 neurons in the brain of a fruit fly.
A very useful read on why procrastination, my main activity since forever, is about managing emotions and not time.
Here you can find details on 10 of Europe’s most scenic train journeys. There is one in there I already had the immense joy of exploring, but there are still 9 to go. I love travelling by train, trains are still the dreamiest for me. What about you?
This, with no further comments:
Here you can read the story of a Syrian doctor who saved countless lives in “The Cave”, an underground hospital. She was featured in a National Geographic documentary now nominated for The Academy Awards.
Finally, the anxiety, self-care and struggles corner. You’ll find below some of the things I thought to be most helpful lately, but please remember that Instagram is not a therapist, nor will you cure your mental issues all by yourself. Take care and find a specialist should you need one!
Finally, I hope you have an amazing week. Be good and Do good!
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