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mandarchy
Noodle and the No Bones Day | Jonathan Graziano
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Pickpick

Great book if you need to relate to anyone who doesn't have enough spoons. Or in a dog's case: bones.

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kspenmoll
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#selfcare
This is me every Friday after a week of work or after a “ crowd” activity. I suspect many Littens can relate to this quote.
From insta: the holistic psychologist

AlaMich Yes! I work in a kindergarten classroom where I never get even five minutes when a little person or an adult doesn‘t need something from me. When I get home I retreat to my dark, quiet bedroom for at least an hour so my nervous system can repair itself. (edited) 4w
kspenmoll @AlaMich Kindergartners! Such high energy! 4w
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Litsi
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Marie Kondo says to clear clutter & improve our life by keeping only things that spark joy. But what if you are amongst those who find it hard to experience joy? This is for the clinically, chronically or temporarily depressed. Davis‘ motto is “good enough leads to a good life”. Do as much laundry as is needed. Those not dirty but not quite clean clothes you threw over the chair back? Leave them there or re- hang them in the closet! EZPZ.

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ThePageantHam
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I highly recommend this to anyone struggling to keep up with all the never ending "care tasks" (Davis' preferred term for chores) in life, especially neurodivergent folks and those living with mental and/or physical health challenges. This book is helpful for reframing a lot of our thinking around care tasks and bringing in more self-compassion, and it also contains concrete tips for how to explore what strategies work best for each reader's life.

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ThePageantHam
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Newly diagnosed with ADHD, seeking book recs that help folks understand and cope with a neurodivergent diagnosis, as well as determine how best we can manage the symptoms and challenges and unlock our unique gifts and passions so we can thrive. Books specific to women diagnosed with ADHD as adults are great, but more general ADHD or neurodivergence content is great too. Thanks in advance! ✨️

Smrloomis I don‘t have recommendations unfortunately but hope you find some good ones! 🤞🏽 1mo
ThePageantHam @Smrloomis thank you! Fortunately I got some solid recs outside of Litsy ✨️ 3w
Smrloomis @ThePageantHam oh good! Glad to hear it! 3w
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Smrloomis
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Only 6 people are waiting for this… that actually surprises me. I‘m only a little ways in but appreciate her stance: “No one ever shamed themselves into better mental health.” Very true.

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Blerdgal_Fenix
Untitled | Anonymous
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Hydrate Littens! #hydrate #selfcare

CrowCAH Happy Litsyversary! 10/23/22 1mo
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Graciouswarriorprincess
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Doing some Sunday night #selfcare.

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Blerdgal_Fenix
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Nothing says Friday night light a little reading and some sushi and some light reading. Decided to take myself to dinner and have nothing but my book and some dinner. Okay maybe a little sake too. Lol 😂 sometimes you have to take yourself out on a date. Self care is important. #selfcare #zerotohero #twisttale #disney #sushi

5feet.of.fury Mmmm 🍱 2mo
Kenyazero This sounds like such a perfect Friday! 2mo
LibrarianRyan Hi got your email and replied. Since I didn‘t hear back I am assuming you didn‘t get either emails? Did you check your junk folder just in case.? 2mo
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