We at Apple HQ wanted to send you guys this little email about an exciting announcement for the newest iPhone update, which is coming soon. Basically — based on the hoards of personal information you’ve given us without a second thought — whenever you update your phone, we’ll be updating your personal life as well.
There’s a psychological explanation behind why thunderstorms are actually great for alleviating your anxiety.
We set a deadline, which might’ve been the dumbest thing I’ve ever participated in.
Yeah, look, I know it’s a little confusing these days because evvvvverrrrrrryone is justifying Not Doing Things as a form of self-care, but I just want you to know that me flaking on these plans at the last minute is NOT about me caring for myself. I am just openly a terrible person.
Snowed in? Freezing temperatures? Terrible wind and rain? Here are some activities you can do while trapped inside your home — and break out the tissues, because all of them involve having a meltdown.
I don’t know why I made this deal with them.
It’s that time of year again: Everyone you know is talking about Black Mirror. You break out in a cold sweat. You tried watching two episodes and couldn’t get over how depressing it was. Here’s Black Mirror Lite™, some made-up Black Mirror storylines that are gentle enough for you to digest, while being vague enough so other people might assume you suffered through the actual show on Netflix.
Self-care is putting on a sheet mask instead of confronting your inner demons, right?
Peak success to me would be being able to live out the “I Want Candy” scene from Marie Antoinette on a weekly basis.
How do I do it, you ask? LADIES, please, it’s so easy! Just sell your soul and accept you’ll never be truly fulfilled. And drink lemon water. Someone help me, my mouth tastes like blood.