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  1. What's new in this club
  2. Hey all! It's time for all to share. How did you come to know you are little or a caregiver(Daddy/Mommy)? Did you stumble upon a book or a friend who is a little or maybe you just knew? Answer the husband and his four wives, that is how, where, when, what and who. So get started! You have quite people to visit!
  3. Little__Rosy

    15 Little Questions

    1. What's your favorite little snack? Corn Flakes with warm Milk 2. What's your favorite food while you're in little space? Anything with cheese 3. How often do you go into little space? Often but not often enough 4. Are there any little things you dislike (diapers, coloring, binkys, ect.)? What are they? Haven't stumbled upon anything yet 5. How many stuffies do you have? Only one right now. 6. What's your favorite stuffie’s name? Wuff 7. What shows or cartoons do you like to watch in little space? Mickey Mouse 8. How do you communicate in little space? Not Sure 9. Do you like coloring? Yes. Very Much 10. Do you like coloring with crayons, markers, or colored pencils? Crayons or Markers 11. What do you call your caregiver? If you don’t have one, what do you think you’d like to call them? Daddy/Papa 12. What does your caregiver call you? If you don’t have one, what would your favorite sweet name be? Cutie 13. What's one thing you'd like your caregiver to know? Or if you don’t have one...if you had one. About my little and my daily medicine 14. What's one thing you want all caregivers to know? All of them are precious 15. What's one thing you want other littles to know? All of us are precious.
  4. Things I wanna feel when I find my Daddy. Safe, Secure, appreciated, accepted and loved. It's harsh world out here and having these things all at once, I have only read it in books. Hopefully I will find it soon. And I want to belong.
  5. Andriel_Isilien

    15 Little Questions

    1. What's your favorite little snack? Teddy Grahams or Animal Crackers with milk 2. What's your favorite food while you're in little space? Macaroni and cheese with nuggies 3. How often do you go into little space? A couple times a week at least 4. Are there any little things you dislike (diapers, coloring, binkys, ect.)? What are they? Diapers I'm a bit put off by. 5. How many stuffies do you have? LOTS! Big ones, small ones, some as big as yo head! 6. What's your favorite stuffies name? Snuggles. My first stuffie I've had since I can remember. It looks like the fabric softener bear. 7. What shows or cartoons do you like to watch in little space? Hammy the Hamster show, Steven Universe, Winnie the Pooh, SpongeBob, Adventure Time, and most Studio Ghibli films 8. How do you communicate in little space? My voice will go a bit higher. I mumble and ramble with words. 9. Do you like coloring? Yep! 10. Do you like coloring with crayons, markers, or colored pencils? Mostly crayons, sometimes pencils. 11. What do you call your caregiver? If you don’t have one, what do you think you’d like to call them? Don't have one yet but I like "Daddy" 12. What does your caregiver call you? If you don’t have one, what would your favorite sweet name be? I like I like baby, babygirl, little one, maybe angel or princess. 13. What's one thing you'd like your care giver to know? Or if you don’t have one...if you had one. I'm trying my best over here! 14. What's one thing you want all caregivers to know? You don't have to do it alone. It's OK to lean on a friend or have some other support so that you can be your best self for your little. 15. What's one thing you want other littles to know? Don't be so hard on yourself and have some patience with where you are at.
  6. DaddysMonkey

    15 Little Questions

    I felt the need to do something more light hearted this morning , this was cute and fun so thank you for posting. 1. What's your favorite little snack? Probably French fries. I could live off of them if they had all the nutrients I needed. With massive amounts of ketchup. 2. What's your favorite food while you're in little space? I would say French fries again , but I’ll go with a runner up and say sushi. It probably doesn’t seem like a little space food but to me it is. Playing with chopsticks is always fun 🤺 3. How often do you go into little space? It’s fluid for me with dips where it might be less because of my mental health but I never really go in and out of it I guess. It’s just always there and when the time calls I act like a big scary gorilla and handle the shit I need to. As soon as it’s done I’m back to being a little gremlin gorilla. 4. Are there any little things you dislike (diapers, coloring, binkys, ect.)? What are they? LOL JESUS CHRIST YES. I’m an asshole and more a middle than little , so a lot of baby stuff annoys me and I dislike it very much like a normal teenager probably would. Baby talk ? Diapers and whining and crying ? Can’t do it , not for me. No judgment for anyone that does enjoy it , it just doesn’t fit my headspace at all. I would say the typical overly feminine stereotypes of littles bothers me too , pink with frills and lace everywhere. I prefer being in overalls covered in dirt pickin boogers out of my nose with a gun in the other hand. 5. How many stuffies do you have? I recently donated a lot , so my adoption center is down to about 8. 6. What's your favorite stuffies name? Theres several , but my favorites are DawDaw the bear , Wilfrid the wombat , and Otis the otter. 7. What shows or cartoons do you like to watch in little space? Anything 90s - 00’s. Ed Edd and Eddy , Courage the Cowardly Dog , PPG (of course I am always going to be Buttercup😎) , My life as a Teenage Robot , SpongeBob , Hey Arnold. You get the idea. I also really love old Looney Tunes , like Bugs Bunny and Daffy. 8. How do you communicate in little space? ………. like an asshole ? I’m pretty cheeky , and while I still swear in my headspace my voice will fluctuate depending on who is around me and I’m comfortable with. I like being a little bully so if I’m sinking into my headspace a little more I usually end up beating up on Big Brother cause I want attention. I start creating havoc to communicate 😬 Not in a baaaaaad way , I’m just a little shit I guess. 9. Do you like coloring? Why yes , yes I do. 10. Do you like coloring with crayons, markers, or colored pencils? I don’t have a preference I suppose , whatever is given to me is fine. 11. What do you call your caregiver? If you don’t have one, what do you think you’d like to call them? I call our HOH Dad or Pa. I call my other caregiver Big Brother / Brother or oniichan. 12. What does your caregiver call you? If you don’t have one, what would your favorite sweet name be? My caregivers call me all sorts of things. Monkey , kid , kiddo , sport , squirt , little shit , sweet pea (yuck dad uses this one and it’s so girly.) My favorite is Monkey or Kid probably. 13. What's one thing you'd like your care giver to know? Or if you don’t have one...if you had one. Dad - Your farts stink real bad and it smells like someone crawled in your butthole and died :3 Brother - Anytime you try to fight me I’m never gunna go “but I don’t wanna huuuuurt you!” I’m gunna laugh and throw those hands up so you better watch it. 14. What's one thing you want all caregivers to know? There is no handbook for how to do this correctly. TALK TO YOUR PERSON. Communicate. If you don’t communicate you suck donkey balls for breakfast. Also , don’t expect all littles to be the same and have all the same needs. Some need a hero in their life , some ARE the hero in their life. 15. What's one thing you want other littles to know? There is no handbook for how to do this correctly. TALK TO YOUR PERSON. Communicate. If you don’t communicate you suck donkey balls for breakfast. Also , don’t expect your caregiver to do every little thing for you. Retain some independence , don’t overwork and over stress your caregiver. They are a partner , not a real parent and should be treated accordingly.
  7. Vampiress

    15 Little Questions

    1. What's your favorite little snack? French fries. 2. What's your favorite food while you're in little space? Also french fries! 3. How often do you go into little space? Not very much lately. 4. Are there any little things you dislike (diapers, coloring, binkys, ect.)? What are they? Diapers and baby talk. 5. How many stuffies do you have? Lots, I do not have an official count of them. Literally plastic bins of them. lol. 6. What's your favorite stuffies name? It doesn't have a name, it's just 'puppy.' 7. What shows or cartoons do you like to watch in little space? The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and Sunny Bunnies. 8. How do you communicate in little space? I don't know, like normal. I don't do baby talk. 9. Do you like coloring? I LOVE IT! 10. Do you like coloring with crayons, markers, or colored pencils? Out of those I don't really have a favorite because each has their pros and cons, but most of the coloring I do these days is digitally. 11. What do you call your caregiver? If you don’t have one, what do you think you’d like to call them? Daddy is my preferred term. 12. What does your caregiver call you? If you don’t have one, what would your favorite sweet name be? I've been used to the usual baby girl, little girl, good girl, angel, princess. My favorites are little wolf or little raven. 13. What's one thing you'd like your care giver to know? Or if you don’t have one...if you had one. I have no idea, honestly. I barely do anything little anymore, too much stress in my life. 14. What's one thing you want all caregivers to know? Respect and understand the importance of boundaries, and encourage a balanced amount of give and take between you and your partner. 15. What's one thing you want other littles to know? Honestly, the same thing I just wrote for Caregivers. It goes both ways.
  8. AvocadoPrincesita

    Melissas little writing space

    I love this. I hope you get your Choco advent calendar soon. Or maybe just some chocolates ☺️💖
  9. Yesterday me and my Master went on a roadtrip. We live three hours away from the car servicecenter so we took a day off and went for a little trip. The ventilation in the car had made a strange sound, so that's why we went there. It started really early, Me and my master went up at 4.30 AM, I've never felt so tired in the car and I wanted a plushie and a pacifier. We forgot to pack any food or drink also so I slept most of the time there. My Master is such a Hero driving even though he was very tired. When we got there they sadly told us they didn't have any cars for us to borrrow while leaving our car to the mechanics, so we had to sit there and wait the whooole morning until eleven. I was tough very happy to find they did have cookies and christmas mulled alcoholfree wine. The saffroncookie were especially jummy and I ate a lot of those.. Hope the staff didn't see how many I took 😮 After that I wanted to go for Indian or Thai food buffé and I had spent my time checking out different places. Sadly when we went to the thaiplace they didn't have parking for us so I almost cried because I had been waiting for going there so badly. Master decided we where to charge our electric car at a local burgershop instead, so we had burgers instead for lunch.. I sobbed for a while, but my master have told me not to do that so it was just very hard.. Then we went home. We stopped on our way home to buy some things for the car, but Master also bought an advent calender for our cats 😄 Sadly I haven't got a calender yet. I want one, one with chocos in it. And that is it! This was the story of my trip to the carservice center!
  10. AvocadoPrincesita

    15 Little Questions

    1. What's your favorite little snack? Chocolate milk. 2. What's your favorite food while you're in little space? I guess the same thing😂 apples and peanut butter. 3. How often do you go into little space? I don’t know that I ever really leave it. I’m more likely to ease into it when I’m feeling strong emotions. Whether sad happy or mad. I don’t necessarily age regress though. 4. Are there any little things you dislike (diapers, coloring, binkys, ect.)? What are they? I’ve never done, and don’t really care to try diapers. But if other people enjoy that I’m glad for them. 5. How many stuffies do you have? My RL kids steal them. 🤦🏻‍♀️ but 3 that I adore and claim as mine, even if they’re stolen. 6. What's your favorite stuffies name? Dumbo 7. What shows or cartoons do you like to watch in little space? Rugrats or hey Arnold or Disney movies. 8. How do you communicate in little space? Mostly the same. I stammer and hesitate more. 9. Do you like coloring? I do. But i am more likely to doodle or write sad poetry. 10. Do you like coloring with crayons, markers, or colored pencils? Markers. Or water color. 11. What do you call your caregiver? I don’t have one right now. But previously...Daddy or Papi 12. What does your caregiver call you? Princess or princesa. Baby girl. Pumpkin. Angel. Anything sweet made me happy. 13. What's one thing you'd like your care giver to know? I don’t have one. But in general... that im trying my best to be good and please. 14. What's one thing you want all caregivers to know? We are usually trying and giving you our very best. 15. What's one thing you want other littles to know? You’re doing such a good job little one
  11. 1. What's your favorite little snack? 2. What's your favorite food while you're in little space? 3. How often do you go into little space? 4. Are there any little things you dislike (diapers, coloring, binkys, ect.)? What are they? 5. How many stuffies do you have? 6. What's your favorite stuffies name? 7. What shows or cartoons do you like to watch in little space? 8. How do you communicate in little space? 9. Do you like coloring? 10. Do you like coloring with crayons, markers, or colored pencils? 11. What do you call your caregiver? If you don’t have one, what do you think you’d like to call them? 12. What does your caregiver call you? If you don’t have one, what would your favorite sweet name be? 13. What's one thing you'd like your care giver to know? Or if you don’t have one...if you had one. 14. What's one thing you want all caregivers to know? 15. What's one thing you want other littles to know?
  12. PrincessMuhree

    Beneath the Pines

    my favorite lines : “Starlit summers, endless nights Sunday souls felt strange darkness” *****”We hope you’re barefoot in the sea Where we know you loved to be Maybe somewhere lush pricked green Sprinkled in lilac, splashes of pink Must be littered with tall trees”***** ^ gave me legit chills 🙃🥹 “Meet and greet in mighty star rise, recompense”
  13. PrincessMuhree

    Annie (pt 1)

    @AvocadoPrincesitawow . Just seeing this and your poem post MADE MY DAY! I legit cannot WAIT to read this ! I was just telling / asking my girl TODAY if she could participate in the club cause it’s so dry . But not anymore , thanks to yew ! 🤗🤗🤗🤗
  14. PrincessMuhree

    Beneath the Pines

    Omg @AvocadoPrincesitathank yew so much for being the first to post in our poetry topic ! I’m so siked to check out what you wrote 🤗
  15. AvocadoPrincesita

    Annie (pt 1)

    It all started that full moon in June. Death and life forced into existence with an undeniable boom. Her screams and the little ones mingled into one, until it was silent. Still. Until one day it was not. Her tiny feet pattering in and out of the cove. Smeared with mud and grass, always happiest at her dirtiest. She grew and grew but nothing seemed to change. Her sweet voice ringing harmonies beside the candlelight. Dance and sway in the moonbeam’s rays. Howl and growl and embrace starlight. Spin and laugh into the sky. Oh sweet Annabel Lee, baby Annie. 20 years, and Annie’s voice and body were the only things different now. Same green blue eyes, flecked golden. Freckles and pale pink skin. Same cloth draped over a plumper body. But the innocence, the whimsey never left her. She sat on the stone floor braiding her hair, beside the cooking fire. Lips pursed just so, eyes staring into a world no one else could see. Past firelight. Past the world surrounding you and me. She giggles and jumps up, almost hitting her head on the stone above. “I wish I could be as free as the breeze!” She ducks out the entry way and spins beneath the trees. Humming and singing the phrase over and over until a melody develops. Today is market day, she knows this because the yellow ribbon is on the tree just there. She gathered the baskets she’d woven from golden forest brush, and placed them into the cart. She patted her creamy brown mare and attached the cart to her. “Good girl, Pepper, if you’re good, We will stop by the orchard on the way home. A treat for both of us!” Annie jumped onto the horse’s bare back and clicked her tongue, encouraging Pepper to lead the way. “Market day!”
  16. AvocadoPrincesita

    Beneath the Pines

    Winter’s weary To think we’ve died a thousand times Each hurled flash defense against The hills, beyond repair, empty Like the fridge, like your room Why must it come too soon Remember the man layered in light? Starlit summers, endless nights Sunday souls felt strange darkness Wrapped around this throat like iron Hero died his last, right when We didn’t know it yet, then But this soul knew As this soul’s against your grave Ancestors light the way, now paved We know you Knew No New We hope you’re barefoot in the sea Where we know you loved to be Maybe somewhere lush pricked green Sprinkled in lilac, splashes of pink Must be littered with tall trees Eyes that sparkled, our hearts you knew Hearty rumble, laugh that drew Every pure happy thought Each one ne’er forgot Dusk brush stroke new Against the current, howl at the moon Beautiful powerful Ukrainian Cholovik Spin and dance now sway, make way, this way In the meadow, rest now, lay Cracks of thunder songs, boil Of thou kinsmen, proud and bold Stain your lips, beets to kiss All gathered round the Koliva, baptized, prayer rinsed Meet and greet in mighty star rise, recompense Rest blue eyes, Cossack soul, beneath the pines
  17. 10 REFLECTION QUESTIONS FOR RELATIONSHIP READINESS 1. What are your best traits in a relationship? (Hint: The man in your life must benefit from these traits.) 2. Do you allow people to see who you really are right away or do you wait until there’s trust? (If you’re pausing here. It’s time to get to work. If you wait to show the real you until there’s trust, you’ll attract the wrong person every time.) 3. What are some of the challenges of being in a relationship with you? We all have our flaws. It’s what makes us human. (If you’re stuck, think back on your last 3 significant relationships. What would they say if asked this question about you? It’s important to know so you can attract the person who will support you instead of tearing you down. It’s also going to tell you what you need to work on.) 4. How do you show and receive love? (Go beyond The Love Languages. It’s not enough to know what your love language is, it’s more important to know WHY it’s your language. Contrary to popular belief, it’s nearly impossible to get someone to love you in the way you want unless they’re already experienced at doing it for someone else. It’s a much easier road to begin with a man who’s already adept at giving and receiving love in a way that’s compatible with you.) 5. What are your top 3 core values that guide your life? Have the men in your life refected these values? 6. Are you carrying any anger or sadness from your previous relationship? (If so, choose to heal today. You can’t build anything new on a shaky foundation. Start fresh. Your future is waiting for you. Don’t get stuck in the past.) 7. Do you express yourself openly and honestly with the men you meet? (In other words, is it easy to know your heart quickly or do people have to guess how you’re feeling?) 8. How confident do you feel right now about yourself? (Be honest. We all have bad days. I’m talking about your overall confidence no matter what comes your way.) 9. Do you place more importance on your needs or your wants? (Superficial requests yield superficial results. Every time.) 10. Have you created emotional and physical space for someone in your life? In other words, are you able to be vulnerable and trusting and do you actually have time for a significant relationship?⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Like anything in life that’s worthwhile, preparation has been the key to your success. Don’t stop at your career and education. Take this valuable time to prepare before your next relationship and you’ll avoid much of the chaos, frustration, pain, disappointment that so many women experience who don’t prioritize self-knowledge. Men will come and go in your life, but you will remain. You’re the most important person in this journey called life. Dig in, investigate, learn, grow, allow yourself to try different things on, feel your edges, ask for what you need. Above all. Be BRAVE. Love can’t exist without your courage. https://levelconnections.com/10-questions-for-relationship-readiness/
  18. PrincessMuhree

    Winter Themed Ish

    My favorite thing about winter is… Use this fun prompt to encourage your students to write a short paragraph about their favorite thing about winter. This simple prompt is perfect for beginning or ending your lessons. My favorite thing about winter is the feeling of “new beginning” at the end of it. Like I always transform or Metamorph into something ; I learn / grow during the winter and summer seasons. but specifically in the winter I learn a lot of myself . one of my favorite songs rn is “pretty little fears” by 6lack & j.cole and one of my favorite lines is j.cole- “You the flower that I gotta protect And keep alive in the winter time, ayy, don't you die yet”
  19. PrincessMuhree

    Winter Themed Ish

    Winter themed shit: Here's our list of fun winter writing prompts: My favorite thing about winter is… Use this fun prompt to encourage your students to write a short paragraph about their favorite thing about winter. This simple prompt is perfect for beginning or ending your lessons. If I could live anywhere in the world during wintertime, I would live in… This great prompt will encourage your students to think outside the box. They can use this prompt to help them describe the place they would like to live. My favorite winter memory is… This prompt can be used as a simple sentence starter or part of a larger writing activity about winter. Imagine you're a snowman and write about your life. This is a fun prompt that will encourage your students to think about the perspective of inanimate objects. They could start their paragraph with: "If I were a snowman…" During winter, I like to… This prompt is a nice and simple one. Your students could write about a tradition they like to do during wintertime or something they do with their family in winter. The best/worst things about winter… This prompt can be used to help your students write lists. They could also explain and describe their reasoning behind winter's best and worst things. Write about a snowy day. Encourage your students to think back to the last day they saw snow. They could write about what they did, such as playing in the snow. If your students haven't experienced snow, they can write about what they imagine it to be like. Write instructions about how to make a snowman for someone who has never made a snowman before. This fun writing prompt will test your students' ability to write clear instructions in chronological order. If you took part in the Winter Olympics, which sport would you participate in and why? This fun prompt is great for your sports lovers. Write about what it would be like to live in an Igloo. Your students could describe the setting, the igloo, the weather, and more. What activities do you like to do during winter? This simple prompt is great as your students can draw on personal experiences to inspire them. When I look out the window during winter, I see… This fun prompt will improve your students' descriptive writing. You could use this prompt as a homework assignment or classroom activity. This winter, my family will… This prompt encourages students to write about their plans with their families. Write a short story beginning, "It was a dark and stormy night…" This prompt is perfect for encouraging your students to write a short story. Imagine you are going on a trip to the North Pole and write a short story. This prompt is perfect for lessons before winter break. got this from this site if you’re interested in reading or learning more ! Also didn’t feel right just copying and pasting without giving proper credit lol https://www.twinkl.com/blog/winter-writing-prompts-and-activities
  20. Having some Cherokee Indian in me I’ve always felt a bit weird celebrating thanksgiving , but I can’t help how delicious the food is 😩😭😅 … #don’tjudgeme lol regardless of how you spend November / November 24th (of this year) / “thanksgiving , please take a minute to be grateful for the life you do have and all its beautiful wonders ☺️🙃🫶 ________________________________________ #1 Describe your favorite moment of the day. What was it and why is it your favorite moment? When we focus on small moments, we recognize the importance of each day. Think about the day you are having now. What was special to you? #2 Describe your favorite person and list all of that person’s good qualities. Write about one or more of those qualities. You can write one journal entry for each quality you like about that person. This writing prompt pushes you to not take people for granted. It helps you appreciate those around you even more. #3 Write about a random act of kindness from another person. These could be acts of kindness from a friend, family member, or even a stranger. Don’t just consider grand actions, but these might be small things too, such as a person letting you go ahead of them in a waiting line. Bonus points: Don’t just write about it, but do an act of kindness. #4 Write about something that cheers you up when you feel down. Is there a person, animal, thing or something you do that cheers you up on a bad day? Describe it in your journal, and write about why or how it makes you feel better. #5 List 5 things you are grateful for today. It doesn’t matter if these are small things. List them. I learned about this idea from an old episode of Oprah and used it to help me at the lowest part of my life. This prompt made me recognize all that is positive. Of course, my pets Cuddles and Dylan were always on that list, but I found a lot of other things to add too. Bonus points: Write 6 or more things you are grateful for today. #6 Remember a success you had and write a thank-you speech describing who helped you reach it. Imagine you received an award, who would you say helped you reach that goal? How did it come about, and what contributed to your success? Bonus points: After writing your speech, share it with the people who helped you succeed. #7 Write about a favorite hobby. Why do you love it? How does it make you feel? Describe your hobby and what makes it wonderful and how it is possible that you can do it. Bonus points: Go and enjoy your hobby. #8 Write about something you are grateful for with your work or personal life. I like this prompt because it helps you realize something that is good about work even if you don’t like your job. Or, it helps you see something you can be thankful for in your personal life even if you feel like you are struggling. #9 Write about something you accomplished today, and how you feel now. Do you have a lot of things on your to-do list? Well, how do feel when you cross those items off? Write about that and be thankful for anyone or anything that helped you finish what you wanted to do. #10 Write about something someone else did to make you happy. It doesn’t have to be a huge thing someone else did. It can be something small. You begin to see the impact of little things. For example, it might be that someone else lent you a pencil for class. It seems a tiny favor, but think of its effect. What if you didn’t have anything to write with it? How would you take notes in class? #11 Write about something you did to make someone happy today. This prompt asks you to see what good you do (and if you can’t come up with something you need to work on caring for others). Describe how what you did made another person feel, laugh or smile. Be thankful that you could reach out and make someone else feel joy for a moment, a day, a week, or longer. #12 Write about a pet and what makes him/her special. This may seem strange, and if you don’t have a pet forget this prompt. However, animals keep us company, comfort us, and adore us no matter what. They don’t judge you by grades, work, income, style, or appearance. Pets love us unconditionally. They also have distinct personalities and traits. What makes your pet special? How does your pet make you feel? #13 One of the best experiences of my life was… I am grateful for that experience because… What is something wonderful that happened to you and why do you feel that way about it? I discovered this writing prompt in a blog post called, “Writing Prompts for Giving Thanks” on the website Writing Forward https://www.writingforward.com/writing-prompts/journal-prompts/gratitude-journal-prompts. #14 List at least 10 things you like about yourself. Write a journal entry for each of those things. Describe 10 things you love about you, and how you are grateful for each of those things. For instance, if you like that you’re confident, be thankful that you have that gift. Also, who or what helped you become confident? Another great aspect of this prompt is that you have ten days of ideas for your journal. #15 Write about something good you saw in your community. Look at what is happening in your local area. Are there volunteers who help out in a city, town, school, or college? Is there a new program that helps people? Are people doing something that makes a difference? Write about it and the impact it has on you. Does it make you feel grateful or inspire you? Bonus points: Volunteer. Keep a Gratitude Journal Why do I keep a gratitude journal? It calms me when I’m frazzled, stressed, and confused. It can do the same for you too. Write and reflect on all the things you are thankful for each day and you’ll experience more peace in life. Create space and time to keep a journal and try one of these gratitude writing prompts. * link from where I got this below 👇 https://www.academicwritingsuccess.com/15-fabulous-gratitude-writing-prompts/
  21. PrincessMuhree

    Heeyyy peeeeps 🐣✌🏼🙃

    Love it ! Thanks for being here !!! wouldn’t be much of a club without its wonderful members 😃
  22. I love this. So lovely. I love this. So lovely.
  23. Hey I'm adz I joined because i like to read and write and would be great to see what people write here thanks for having me
  24. PrincessMuhree

    Heeyyy peeeeps 🐣✌🏼🙃

    Hehehe thank yew hunny !!!! 🤗🤗🤗
  25. PrincessMuhree

    Heeyyy peeeeps 🐣✌🏼🙃

    This is beautiful thank you so much for sharing ! And welcome 🤗
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