Anonymous asked:

How are you?

I’m well! I’ve been focusing on having a pleasant week, and that’s been quite successful so far.

I’ve been indulging in little ‘ceremonies’ that normally take place throughout my day: the “slow life” that sort of happens in the in-between moments, if that makes sense. It’s very satisfying.

I’ve also got a new piano to keep me company! And I’ve been taking the time to sit down and play that as well. In the week that I’ve had it, I’ve been able to learn three new songs and about 80% of two others, which is absolutely crazy to me because what alternate universe did all that time and efficiency come from?!

It’s strange because in the past couple of months or so, I’ve learnt that the slower I take things, the more time I feel like I have. Something to do with time perception and whatnot (ooweeoo).

Speaking of time perception, it’ll my birthday on Saturday.

That’s pretty much how I am currently… Nothing worth complaining about, really :)

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staff:

The smile of a loved one. Your childhood blanket. A handsome bodyguard to take you in his arms. “Security” can mean a lot of things in this crazy life, but nothing says “security” like Tumblr’s two-factor authentication. It’s available as an option in your Settings page as of right now.

You know how you need two keys to launch a nuclear missile? Two-factor authentication works like that. One key is your password, the other key is your cellular phone, and you need both to access your Tumblr Dashboard.

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