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This pin is a photo of my girlfriend. Fifi is my girlfriend. I met her at last year. We have been together for 80 days already. She is a optimistic and conscientious girl. She is always smiling and managing. Occasionally she is silly but that's the reason why i think she is cute.

Why I'm anti-vaccination. Seriously, I have a post-graduate degree, I'm trained in research and analysis, my test scores earned me a Mensa invitation, and I've read literally hundreds of vaccine studies, articles, and books. You're going to tell me I should defer to some "experts" who have no meaningful safety testing to support their views, but who have a financial stake in telling me to keep quiet and follow orders for myself and my children to inject and ingest known toxins? That is just…

“Most of us clearly understand that the Atonement is for sinners. I am not so sure, however, that we know and understand that the Atonement is also for saints—for good men and women who are obedient, worthy, and conscientious and who are striving to become better.” -Larry R. Lawrence #lds #quotes #mormon #atonement (Picture quote created by MJensen)

Fascinating book I am reading for my dissertation. Not a footnote in sight; this is a clear and concise history about a family in England who is torn apart by conscription in 1916.

You're the stargazer. (A laid-back dreamer) You lie back, look up to the skies and dream. -Openness 54% -Conscientiousness 21% -Extraversion 2% -Agreeableness 34% -Neuroticism 79%

Pumpkin Pie Parfaits-like the general idea but would use real pumpkin and a simpler coconut cream. (dairy free/gluten free/refined sugar free)

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How Much Can You Really Change After You Turn 30?

How much can a person really change after 30? lecturer in psychology at the University of Cambridge, Me, Myself, And Us: The Science of Personality and the Art of Well-Being touches on this question — ...When psychologists talk about personality, they are usually referring to what are called the Big Five traits: openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, and neuroticism.