QUILTBAG, equality, books, storywriting. Funny things, anime, films (with no fighting). I'm all into cool facts, but don't know that much. I really won't post 'cutesy photos' as such. ~~ Dystopian fiction, and several webcomics. Some '#personal' comments - not too much, I promise. One day I'll write novels, and learn how to sing. THESE ARE A FEW OF MY FAVOURITE THINGS. ~~~

If I don't tag things with triggers, and I make you sad, please always feel free to ask me to add tags and then we won't feel so bad. ~~~ I follow #illjustgobackinyoursubconscious. ~~~

Lists: My anime list - those watching, completed, dropped, and on hold, with reasons on the ones I dropped;
Film (not series) list - owned, watched, and those I really like or hate;
Book list (books I am reading, plan to read, own, and everything I've ever read) - the 'owned' books a little out of date as I got rid of over 10 boxes of books recently;
My manga list - everything I'm reading, I've completed, on hold, or I've dropped. My tv shows are on an Excel document, sorry. None of the websites I found really offered anything good for sorting old tv shows mixed with anime.

Anxiety relief

So I was talking to someone with anxiety today, and realised that not everyone knows about this app.  This is an android application called Relax and Sleep, available free from the Google Play store. There should be similar applications on IoS; try searching “white noise”.

Basically, it plays different sounds.  It can play one, or several (though more than about three can really drain your battery, and it warns you of that), and you can have them continuously, or on a timer.  I use it when overwhelmed with anxiety.  I like the combo of “Campfire”, “Music Box Lullaby”, and (really quietly) “White Noise”, right now, (or “Atmospheric Melody” with “Chorus Frogs”) but it also has birds, many kinds of water and rain, monks chanting, air conditioner, clocks, wind, owl, refrigerator fan, ocean…   There are over 35 sounds.  It helps me drown out my panic; it might work for someone else.


Before anyone wonders, no one asked/paid/begged/bribed me to suggest this.  I just realise there are a lot of people on Tumblr with anxiety and/or depression, and hey, it might help someone, right?