That is one of those things that I should have, and I think that I should do it on a daily basis, but I hardly ever do it.
I stared mesmerised at the new tv that I am going to buy this week.
You have proof that I don’t.
I had once completely lost my mind and recovered. So I wouldn’t rule it out.
Many conspiracy-minded people say we should do our own research and think for ourselves regarding topics like vaccines and climate change. Aren't these topics way too complex to form a qualified opinion as a layman with some internet research? Shouldn't we trust what the large majority of experts say?
Yes. Just because you have access to the information doesn’t mean you’re equipped to understand it.
I’m going to IKEA and buy new furniture for my living room. Or at least choose new furniture
I forgot to buy flour.
…without it all beauty would cease to exist.
Do we count text messaging as talking? If no, 6 people and three were actual conversations. If yes 11.
Groceries. It were a lot of items. Other than groceries, I got a new USB C hub for my MacBook
Not greatly. I feel different in different seasons but it’s not dragging me down or lifting me up just because the weather changes. I might be irritable if it’s too hot for me.
I use the whole scale depending on who I am around.