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claga:

Fue un segundo tan incandescente, me sentí tan diferente y ya no pude pensar…

:)

:)

I need these!!

I need these!!

glassgears:

anok4uok:

eversolightly:

There is a place. Like no place on Earth. A land full of wonder, mystery, and danger!

The Last Bookstore
Los Angeles, California

Love this place

Amazing! Adding to the bucket list! Got to go there some day

Must watch that movie again!!

twistedviper:

fyoras-holy-butthole:

I STARTED BREATHING HEAVILY AT THE STEAK TEST FUCK THAT HELPS

THE INK ONE THOUGH

theniftyfifties:

Ava Gardner in ‘Mogambo’, 1953.

What I should be doing…

theniftyfifties:

Ava Gardner in ‘Mogambo’, 1953.

What I should be doing…

And the tree was happy.
Shel Silverstein, from The Giving Tree (thank you, fabletale)

jtotheizzoe:

This was basically me last night.

Clearly exhausted, as I have been a lot lately (dissertations don’t write themselves and genetics classes don’t teach themselves), I closed my eyes expecting sleep, only to lie there for over an hour in a stage of quiet, semi-conscious rest instead of churning out the Z’s. How useful is that for our brains? Are we experiencing any “neural rest” by just lying there in “quiet restfulness”?

Brian Fung analyzes:

Researchers are growing increasingly confident, though, that sleep evolved specifically to recharge the brain. Dr. Chiara Cirelli, a neuroscientist at the University of Wisconsin, has been studying the difference between sleep and quiet wake in humans. She says that while we’re awake, all of our neurons are constantly firing, but that when we’re asleep, the neurons revert to an “up-and-down” state in which only some are active at a given time. During some stages of sleep, all neuron activity goes silent. And that’s likely when the restful part of sleep takes place.

So it seems that while our bodies may obtain some rest when in “quiet restfulness”, our brains don’t get much of a recharge. Check out Brian’s post for some interesting facts about dolphin sleep and some tips on how to promote real snooze time..

world-shaker:

teachingtoday:

hisnamewasbeanni:

elementaryschoolcounselor:

The Hand Washing Lesson
My K-2 students absolutely loved this. The lesson uses lotion-covered hands and glitter to illustrate how germs spread. I placed glitter on one student’s hand and had the student shake hands, high five, and share a pencil with other students, and watching their reactions when they then had glitter (germs) on their hands was great! They then took turns washing their hands, learning just how much effort you should always put into washing your hands to get all of the germs off.
Click through photo for lesson details.

This is excellent!

My 7th graders need this lesson too.

Genius!

world-shaker:

teachingtoday:

hisnamewasbeanni:

elementaryschoolcounselor:

The Hand Washing Lesson

My K-2 students absolutely loved this. The lesson uses lotion-covered hands and glitter to illustrate how germs spread. I placed glitter on one student’s hand and had the student shake hands, high five, and share a pencil with other students, and watching their reactions when they then had glitter (germs) on their hands was great! They then took turns washing their hands, learning just how much effort you should always put into washing your hands to get all of the germs off.

Click through photo for lesson details.

This is excellent!

My 7th graders need this lesson too.

Genius!