“Because true belonging only happens when we present our authentic, imperfect selves to the world, our sense of belonging can never be greater than our level of self-acceptance.” Brene Brown

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Re: Judge John Hodgman Episode 295: The Hallowed Y'alls of Justice

Hilarious and also thoughtful discussion of doing fake accents! My accent is super fake. I read somewhere that we get our dialect from the people we go to preschool through elementary school. Southern Maryland folks, up here in Baltimore they don't have "Lunchin", "Lunchbox", "Cised", "kirk" and "Bama"?? When I first got here no one would understand anything I said! Like I knew these words as casual, and didn't even know it was slang or local. Source: Judge John Hodgman Episode 295: The Hallowed Y'alls of Justice | Maximum Fun

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Happiness Manifesto: Say good things out loud

I’ve made it a goal to notice positive things. And say them out loud. Give compliments to myself and to others. And notice how many people go out of their way to do it. Just like the guy Marie Forleo mentions in her video on Positive attitudes. The maxim "Say good things out loud" on my Happiness Manifesto reminds me to notice and share good thoughts. Martin Seligman, father of positive psychology, notes in his books that positive and negative thinking is a habit. It’s easier to change behavior than thinking. It’s easier to change thinking than feelings: Step 1: Change ... Read more

I'm a graphic designer (portfolio), classical pianist and artist in Baltimore, MD. I host the Uncanny Creativity Podcast helping to demystify the creative process and creator of Funlooksfun.com, an online shop for apparel and games. Twitter: @sketchee

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