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georgetakei:

This wombat is the largest in the world. Patrick the Wombat! World’s oldest living wombat. That FACE!
From: Awww Pets, community for pet lovers

georgetakei:

This wombat is the largest in the world. Patrick the Wombat! World’s oldest living wombat. That FACE!

From: Awww Pets, community for pet lovers


bublog:

This was the very first publicly shared photo of BUB. It was posted here, to the BUBLOG, on November 8th, 2011, when BUB was only 5 months old. 
I created The BUBLOG to share photos of “the most amazing creature on the planet” with my friends, but to my surprise, within a few weeks, she was getting messages from people all over the world. 

bublog:

This was the very first publicly shared photo of BUB. It was posted here, to the BUBLOG, on November 8th, 2011, when BUB was only 5 months old. 

I created The BUBLOG to share photos of “the most amazing creature on the planet” with my friends, but to my surprise, within a few weeks, she was getting messages from people all over the world. 


Aug 29
tastefullyoffensive:

"Leaf me alone." [wingnut4772]

tastefullyoffensive:

"Leaf me alone." [wingnut4772]




“Hello Kitty is not a cat. She’s a cartoon character. She is a little girl. She is a friend. But she is not a cat. She’s never depicted on all fours.” Sanrio: Hello Kitty Is Not A Cat (via fastcompany)

(via fastcompany)



bublog:

While going through these amazing BABY BUB photos, I stumbled on this video footage from BUB’s first week at home, as teacup-sized kitten.
It’s the best: http://bit.ly/BABYBUB

bublog:

While going through these amazing BABY BUB photos, I stumbled on this video footage from BUB’s first week at home, as teacup-sized kitten.

It’s the best: http://bit.ly/BABYBUB



Aug 28
georgetakei:

  The concept of Personal Space is lost on these furry friends, but would you mind?

Check out the rest of the adorable space saving photos: ohmyyy.gt/MvcGwo

georgetakei:

  The concept of Personal Space is lost on these furry friends, but would you mind?

Check out the rest of the adorable space saving photos: ohmyyy.gt/MvcGwo



tastefullyoffensive:

Dad Joke Dog #4 (previously)


Aug 27
fastcompany:

The bad news: Our brains are wired to be negative. The good news: Happiness doesn’t mean you have to be naive, just think realistically.
Wouldn’t it be awesome if we could hack into our own brains and rewire them to be happier?
Science has shown we actually can thanks to a phenomenon called experience-dependent neuroplasticity. “It’s a fancy term to say the brain learns from our experiences,” says Rick Hanson, neuropsychologist and author of the bookHardwiring Happiness. “As we understand better and better how this brain works, it gives us more power to change our mind for the better.”
Hanson assures he isn’t just talking new-age mumbo jumbo. “This is not just ‘smell the roses,’” he says. “I am talking about positive neuroplasticity. I am talking about learning. … The brain is changing based on what flows through it.”
Understanding how our brains function can help us better control them. Here are some key takeaways from Hanson on how our brains work when it comes to wiring for happiness:
Read More>

fastcompany:

The bad news: Our brains are wired to be negative. The good news: Happiness doesn’t mean you have to be naive, just think realistically.

Wouldn’t it be awesome if we could hack into our own brains and rewire them to be happier?

Science has shown we actually can thanks to a phenomenon called experience-dependent neuroplasticity. “It’s a fancy term to say the brain learns from our experiences,” says Rick Hanson, neuropsychologist and author of the bookHardwiring Happiness. “As we understand better and better how this brain works, it gives us more power to change our mind for the better.”

Hanson assures he isn’t just talking new-age mumbo jumbo. “This is not just ‘smell the roses,’” he says. “I am talking about positive neuroplasticity. I am talking about learning. … The brain is changing based on what flows through it.”

Understanding how our brains function can help us better control them. Here are some key takeaways from Hanson on how our brains work when it comes to wiring for happiness:

Read More>


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