I get anxiety on and off. I get really bad spells of it around 3-4 times a year. It’s so strange because when I don’t I’m really sociable and love to go out and be with friends, but when I am in a bad place (like now) I’m the opposite. My mindset flips and I don’t want to go out at all and I want to cancel all my plans and cry. It’s so frustrating because I want to live my happy life but it gets taken over by my anxiety. I just want to know if anyone relates to this at all? From what ive seen from experience people either suffer from anxiety all the time or not at all. Anyone else get spells of it like this??
People say if you become vegetarian, you shouldn’t go cold turkey and must remove meat slowly by portions and intervals of eating it, same with cutting out dairy or other food groups to avoid getting sick. But somebody told me there are some foods or food ingredients you should stop eating immediately, what are they? She said msg flavour enhancer is one of them.
Ansel Elgort stans will love this compilation of every time someone says “baby” in “Baby Driver”
By now, you’ve probably seen Baby Driver, Edgar Wright’s heist movie starring Ansel Elgort as a getaway driver named Baby. And after the movie was over, you probably thought to yourself, Wow, they sure said the word “baby” a lot. Well, in case you want to relive that, you’re in luck. Someone created a compilation of every time the word “baby” is said in Baby Driver.
Wright shared the YouTube video on Twitter. Before you watch it, you should know that the video contains huge spoilers. So if you haven’t seen Baby Driver yet, proceed with caution. Just try to guess how many times the word “baby” is said. You can even watch the movie again first to refresh your memory. Just don’t count — that’s cheating!
Wright explained his inspiration behind the Atlanta-shot film during a Q&A at SXSW back in March. “I was just listening through my record collection and I’d envision scenes,” Wright said, according to Deadline Hollywood. “I wouldn’t write scenes until I found the right track.” Assuming you’ve seen the film, you know that music’s a BIG part of it — a perfect set piece to the dialogue and scenes.
Now, without further ado, here’s the ultimate “baby” compilation.
This makes us want to watch Baby Driver again, baby.
Since starting nearly 2yrs ago I regret taking the job. Every morning I think how much I hate my life and how I just want to get through the day, holidays mood changes so dramatically as works closer.
i’m on a 5yr contract so they own me until it’s up and I think this whats making me so upset atm the fact I can’t get away from it. We are treat poorly, workplace has very low moral and the salery is just not worth it, in my opinion.
I think I’m also upset cos a lot of my friends after high school went travelling the world doing and seeing amazing things or going to uni and making great friends, whereas I’m stuck here contractually sold my life away working with people I feel an outcast to. N I’m only in my early 20s.
Also problem is this job gives me a stable career and good pension but i just cant spend my life doing something that makes me depressed. If I left there’s nothing for me, I have no trade skills so I feel trapped here.
Before I started this job i used to eat a lot But I’ve noticed I can barely eat anything now. I can feel that my stomach is empty and I’m hungry but just the thought of food sometimes makes me feel a little sick, and mostly I always lose my appetite. When i do eat I would take 3 or 4 fork fulls of food and get ‘full but I know my stomach is clearly not full so i force myself to eat; every meal is like a task.
I dont wanna go down HR lane, I just want to suck it up and get on with it like a man til I leave, but I really am struggling doing this.
Last few weeks I’ve been feeling very tired no matter how much sleep I’ve had I’ve been feeling lightheaded all the time especially when I stand up I’ve had heart palpitations and it feels like my heart is skipping a beat sometimes I have had a biscupid aortic valve since I was born and get yearly check ups Should I see a doctor
Betty White’s secrets for a long life are vodka and hot dogs
ICYMI, Betty White will turn 96 on January 17th. She never fails to give us #lifegoals. Now, we just heard the most amazing fact about the actress extraordinaire. According to Vulture, Betty White thanks vodka and hot dogs for keeping her young. Yup, she’s ~definitely~ our kind of girl!
Vulture got the scoop from Parade, who interviewed Betty White about her upcoming birthday and so much more. For instance, do you know who White’s Hollywood crush is? Robert Redford! TBH, we don’t blame her. And apparently, she’s had this crush for a ~long~ time. Redford is her dream birthday present every year, reported Parade. “But it never works,” White said. “I try every year.” LOL. And, believe it or not, the two actors have never met IRL either. Let’s make this happen, Redford.
Kidding aside, lots of us have been Betty White fans since we were born. If you think about it, she’s been around more than three times longer than many of us have. We may have fallen in love with White when she played Rose on The Golden Girls, but we still love seeing her thriving in her golden years as a real-life golden girl. She’s constantly keeping us on our toes and making us laugh.
Who knew vodka and hot dogs were the secrets to a long life?
White told Parade that she loves vodka and hot dogs, “probably in that order.”
Parade also asked White for more advice on living a happy and healthy life.
“Enjoy life,” White told Parade. “Accentuate the positive, not the negative. It sounds so trite, but a lot of people will pick out something to complain about, rather than say, ‘Hey, that was great!’ It’s not hard to find great stuff if you look.”
We couldn’t agree more.
In any case, we’re wishing Betty White a happy early birthday and thanking her for all of her important life advice.
We also hope her birthday wish comes true this year.