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Lit, Trash, and Trashy: Literally Trashy: someone lit the paper trash cans below my apartment.
Lit, Trash, and Trashy: Literally Trashy: someone lit the paper trash cans below my apartment.

Literally Trashy: someone lit the paper trash cans below my apartment.

Complex, Trashy, and Got: This kid just got evicted in this apartment complex and this was what he left in his bedroom.
Complex, Trashy, and Got: This kid just got evicted in this apartment complex and this was what he left in his bedroom.

This kid just got evicted in this apartment complex and this was what he left in his bedroom.

Spring, Cigarette, and Trashy: The spring thaw reveals the winters worth of cigarette butts beside my apartment steps.
Spring, Cigarette, and Trashy: The spring thaw reveals the winters worth of cigarette butts beside my apartment steps.

The spring thaw reveals the winters worth of cigarette butts beside my apartment steps.

Today, Inspiration, and Been: I've been cleaning up an area outside of my apartment. Day #3 six bags today, thanks #Trashtag for the inspiration.
Today, Inspiration, and Been: I've been cleaning up an area outside of my apartment. Day #3 six bags today, thanks #Trashtag for the inspiration.

I've been cleaning up an area outside of my apartment. Day #3 six bags today, thanks #Trashtag for the inspiration.

Make, The Street, and Street: #trashtag cleaned up the field across the street from my apartment to make it look a bit nicer. Pick up even the small things!
Make, The Street, and Street: #trashtag cleaned up the field across the street from my apartment to make it look a bit nicer. Pick up even the small things!

#trashtag cleaned up the field across the street from my apartment to make it look a bit nicer. Pick up even the small things!

College, Trashy, and One: GATORAD THIRST College apartment recycling bin filled with capped bottles with fluid still inside most. And then theres that one with things floating in it...
College, Trashy, and One: GATORAD
 THIRST
College apartment recycling bin filled with capped bottles with fluid still inside most. And then theres that one with things floating in it...

College apartment recycling bin filled with capped bottles with fluid still inside most. And then theres that one with things floating in it...

Crazy, Dad, and Definitely: 3 36 T.Share craft-daddy 5m.1,000,000 Attendee! My dad works as a supervisor at a juvenile prison. He had an inmate come through with a pretty crazy story This kids mom had him at 17. She got a job as a bartender and they lived in the apartment right above the bar. She had a very serious addiction problem, and definitely didn't want her kid. She kept him chained, naked, to a pole in a closet. And whenever she needed money for drugs, she would rent him out and let men go upstairs and rape him. His situation was found out because he eventually broke free from being chained up and jumped out the window He was put in a foster home and immediately started getting in trouble with the law because he was just angry all of the time. He ended up in my Dad's facility Went through the program, kept to an aggressive counseling schedule and got better. Now he has a good construction job and was able to gain custody of his half sister. There's definitely light at the end of the tunnel, you just have to work to find it. If he can come back from that level of shit, what makes you think it's impossible to come back from vours? Reply 2 Lunnibbles2m 14 I wish I could give you platinum. Mind if I screenshot this for a post that's a message to all the lovely people who insulted and bullied me further instead of even attempting to help 2 1,000,000 Attendee! craft-daddy 1m1 Go right ahead Add a comment Everyone go give this guy some karma. He deserves it for actually helping me and considering that maybe I wasn’t in a great frame of mind in my last post and for actually helping me get better
Crazy, Dad, and Definitely: 3
 36
 T.Share
 craft-daddy 5m.1,000,000 Attendee!
 My dad works as a supervisor at a juvenile prison. He
 had an inmate come through with a pretty crazy story
 This kids mom had him at 17. She got a job as a
 bartender and they lived in the apartment right above
 the bar. She had a very serious addiction problem, and
 definitely didn't want her kid. She kept him chained,
 naked, to a pole in a closet. And whenever she needed
 money for drugs, she would rent him out and let men
 go upstairs and rape him. His situation was found out
 because he eventually broke free from being chained
 up and jumped out the window
 He was put in a foster home and immediately started
 getting in trouble with the law because he was just
 angry all of the time. He ended up in my Dad's facility
 Went through the program, kept to an aggressive
 counseling schedule and got better. Now he has a
 good construction job and was able to gain custody of
 his half sister.
 There's definitely light at the end of the tunnel, you just
 have to work to find it. If he can come back from that
 level of shit, what makes you think it's impossible to
 come back from vours?
 Reply
 2
 Lunnibbles2m 14
 I wish I could give you platinum. Mind if I screenshot
 this for a post that's a message to all the lovely
 people who insulted and bullied me further instead
 of even attempting to help
 2
 1,000,000 Attendee!
 craft-daddy 1m1
 Go right ahead
 Add a comment
Everyone go give this guy some karma. He deserves it for actually helping me and considering that maybe I wasn’t in a great frame of mind in my last post and for actually helping me get better

Everyone go give this guy some karma. He deserves it for actually helping me and considering that maybe I wasn’t in a great frame of mind in...

Mrw, Party, and Reactiongifs: MRW the folks in the next apartment are having a party.
Mrw, Party, and Reactiongifs: MRW the folks in the next apartment are having a party.

MRW the folks in the next apartment are having a party.

Light, First, and Rays: Took this when the first rays of light peeked into my apartment this morning
Light, First, and Rays: Took this when the first rays of light peeked into my apartment this morning

Took this when the first rays of light peeked into my apartment this morning

Bad, Books, and Brains: 3. Write a 1t page reflection low I Ditched My Phone and Unbroke My Braiın February 23, 2019 Source: Kevin Roose, New York Times, My name is Kevin, and I have a phone problem And if you're anything like me- and the statistics suggest you pro bably are, at least where and clinical to describe s aren't an addictive smartphones are concerned-you have one, too what's happening to our brains in the smartphone era. Unlike alcohol or opioids, phone hardware to live I don't love referring to what we have as an "addiction." That seems too sterile ch as a species-level environmental shock. We might someday evolve the correct biol connect us to infinite in harmony with portable supercomputers that satisfy our every need and amounts of stimulation. But for most of us, it hasn't happened yet. I've been a heavy phone user fo r my entire adult life. But sometime last year, I crossed the invisible line into problem territory. My symptoms were all the typical ones: I found myself incapable of reading books watching full-length movies or having long uninterrupted conversations. Social media made me angry an anxious, and even the digital spaces I once found soothing (group texts, podcasts, YouTube k-holes) weren't e, like deleting Twitter every weekend, turning my screen grayscale and installing app-blockers. But I always relapsed Eventually, in late December, I decided that enough was enough. I called Catherine Price, a science journalist and the author of "How to Break Up With Your Phone," a 30-day guide to eliminating bad phone habits. And I begged her for help Mercifully, she agreed to be my phone coach for the month of January, and walk me through her plan, step by step. Together, we would build a healthy relationship with my phone, and try to unbreak my brain Bit Horrifyin I confess that entering phone rehab feels clichéd, like getting really into healing crystals or Peloton Digital wellness is a budding industry these days, with loads of self-help gurus offering miracle cures for screen addiction. Some of those solutions involve new devices - such as the "Light Phone," a device with an extremely limited feature set that is meant to wean users off time-sucking apps. Others focus on cutting out screens entirely for weeks on end. You can now buy $299 "digital detox" packages at luxury hotels or join the igital sabbath" movement, whose adherents vow to spend one day a week using no technology at all Thankfully, Catherine's plan is more practical. I'm a tech columnist, and while I don't begrudge anyo for trying more extreme forms of disconnection, my job prevents me from going cold turkey nstead, her program focuses on addressing the root causes of phone addiction, including the emotional nd there's no hard-and-fast time limit. It's simply about unhooking your brain from the harmful routir When we started, I sent her my screen time statistics, which showed that I had spent 5 hours and 37 That is frankly insane and makes me want to die," I wrote to her triggers that cause you to reach for your phone in t even off social media- he first place. The point isn't to get you off the internet, or you're still allowed to use Facebook, Twitter and other social platforms on a desktop it has adopted around this particular device, and hooking it to better things minutes on my phone that day, and picked it up 101 times - roughly twice as many as the average Americar I will admit that those numbers are a bit horrifying," she replied. Catherine encouraged me to set up mental speed bumps so that I would be forced to think for a before engaging with my phone. I put a rubber band around the device, for example, and changed my1 screen to one that showed three questions to ask myself every time I unlocked my phone: "What for? Why For the rest of the week, I became acutely aware of the bizarre phone habits I'd developed. I notic I reach for my phone every time I brush my teeth or step outside the front door of my apartment building that, for some pathological reason, I always check my email during the three-second window between wh insert my credit card into a chip reader at a store and when the card is accepted The first page of an article my English teacher described as “Eye Opening”
Bad, Books, and Brains: 3.
 Write a 1t page reflection
 low I Ditched My Phone and Unbroke My Braiın
 February 23, 2019
 Source: Kevin Roose, New York Times,
 My name is Kevin, and I have a phone problem
 And if you're anything like me- and the statistics suggest you pro
 bably are, at least where
 and clinical to describe
 s aren't an addictive
 smartphones are concerned-you have one, too
 what's happening to our brains in the smartphone era. Unlike alcohol or opioids, phone
 hardware to live
 I don't love referring to what we
 have as an "addiction." That seems too sterile
 ch as a species-level environmental shock. We might someday evolve the correct biol
 connect us to infinite
 in harmony with portable supercomputers that satisfy our every need and
 amounts of stimulation. But for most of us, it hasn't happened yet.
 I've been a heavy phone user fo
 r my entire adult life. But sometime last year, I crossed the invisible line
 into problem territory. My symptoms were all the typical ones: I found myself incapable of reading books
 watching full-length movies or having long uninterrupted conversations. Social media made me angry an
 anxious, and even the digital spaces I once found soothing (group texts, podcasts, YouTube k-holes) weren't
 e, like deleting Twitter every weekend, turning my screen
 grayscale and installing app-blockers. But I always relapsed
 Eventually, in late December, I decided that enough was enough. I called Catherine Price, a science
 journalist and the author of "How to Break Up With Your Phone," a 30-day guide to eliminating bad phone
 habits. And I begged her for help
 Mercifully, she agreed to be my phone coach for the month of January, and walk me through her plan,
 step by step. Together, we would build a healthy relationship with my phone, and try to unbreak my brain
 Bit Horrifyin
 I confess that entering phone rehab feels clichéd, like getting really into healing crystals or Peloton
 Digital wellness is a budding industry these days, with loads of self-help gurus offering miracle cures for screen
 addiction. Some of those solutions involve new devices - such as the "Light Phone," a device with an
 extremely limited feature set that is meant to wean users off time-sucking apps. Others focus on cutting out
 screens entirely for weeks on end. You can now buy $299 "digital detox" packages at luxury hotels or join the
 igital sabbath" movement, whose adherents vow to spend one day a week using no technology at all
 Thankfully, Catherine's plan is more practical. I'm a tech columnist, and while I don't begrudge anyo
 for trying more extreme forms of disconnection, my job prevents me from going cold turkey
 nstead, her program focuses on addressing the root causes of phone addiction, including the emotional
 nd there's no hard-and-fast time limit. It's simply about unhooking your brain from the harmful routir
 When we started, I sent her my screen time statistics, which showed that I had spent 5 hours and 37
 That is frankly insane and makes me want to die," I wrote to her
 triggers that cause you to reach for your phone in t
 even off social media-
 he first place. The point isn't to get you off the internet, or
 you're still allowed to use Facebook, Twitter and other social platforms on a desktop
 it has adopted around this particular device, and hooking it to better things
 minutes on my phone that day, and picked it up 101 times - roughly twice as many as the average Americar
 I will admit that those numbers are a bit horrifying," she replied.
 Catherine encouraged me to set up mental speed bumps so that I would be forced to think for a
 before engaging with my phone. I put a rubber band around the device, for example, and changed my1
 screen to one that showed three questions to ask myself every time I unlocked my phone: "What for? Why
 For the rest of the week, I became acutely aware of the bizarre phone habits I'd developed. I notic
 I reach for my phone every time I brush my teeth or step outside the front door of my apartment building
 that, for some pathological reason, I always check my email during the three-second window between wh
 insert my credit card into a chip reader at a store and when the card is accepted
The first page of an article my English teacher described as “Eye Opening”

The first page of an article my English teacher described as “Eye Opening”

Guitar, Can, and Inside: The inside of this guitar looks like an apartment I can’t afford
Guitar, Can, and Inside: The inside of this guitar looks like an apartment I can’t afford

The inside of this guitar looks like an apartment I can’t afford

Complex, Laundry, and Living: 5 years ago we rescued this poor noodle who was living out of a laundry room in our apartment complex
Complex, Laundry, and Living: 5 years ago we rescued this poor noodle who was living out of a laundry room in our apartment complex

5 years ago we rescued this poor noodle who was living out of a laundry room in our apartment complex