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Interesting system! Thank you for sharing. I occasionally journal, and it helps me a lot. I'll definitely be trying this out.
Right now, I basically just right down a few paragraphs about life and such. I'm pretty inconsistent in my journaling, but it is there for me to fall back on whenever I need it.
I'll be giving this a try!
BattleTech/ MechWarrior all the way! There are tons of novels written about the book and there is just so much to immerse yourself in.
We're a small community, but we will always survive!
I like to think of different web communities like these as different 'countries' with different cultures. Once you get over the initial phase of tailoring the websites to your liking, learning the etiquette, and just getting to know the place you become much more 'at home'. Sure, it's intimidating, but it would be to visit Poland as well.
However, you don't get the niche communities that Reddit has on here. :/ It's just the way that Reddit was set up with the subs really facilitated a lot of small groups coming together.
Contemplating birth and death/ impermanence is such a wonderful way to put our problems in perspective. It also alleviates a lot of stress because we see how things truly are and not just how we interpret them: which is always much more dramatic than they really are ;)
I like it. I have an eating disorder, and I think it would be nice to have thoughtful discussion about mental health. However, I don't know how it work on Hubski, but this website is so good at having quality conversation that I think it's worth a try.
This should be one of those things that is really obvious. People are always looking for the magic pill, or that certain thing to add to their diet to lose weight, but the simple truth is that the only way to lose weight is to expend more calories than you take in...
Gave you a shout-out! Apologies- I'm new to Hubski.
Adding onto this to say to check out myabandondonware (http://www.myabandonware.com) !
The site has over 5,000 antiquated games. The only issue is that it can be a rather lengthy process to get the games to work on modern-day machines.