A week ago, I started using a device/app called #spire to track my breathing and level of calmness. The first day (first pic) was only a half day, but look at the difference just four days later! I get a notification every time I am tense for two minutes and it's training me to be more mindful about my breathing. I always knew I was a shallow, mouth-breather, but it's incredible how much this helps! #mindfulness#calm#breathing
Lonzo Ball tweets this after Kyle Kuzma said he would be taking less shots if LaMelo Ball was in the team because they would be playing ‘brother ball’
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Are these facts or nah?😂
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85. More like dark and caramelly... because that's definitely a word... this cat friendly cider from the folks at Spire possesses a thickness that belies its supposedly dry namesake. Title uncertainty not withstanding, this is darn good stuff.
• York, All Saints Pavement •
It's easy to look at this church in its current position in York city centre and think how unassuming it looks. Firstly you'd be wrong because it wouldn't take me to tell you that All Saints Pavement is an absolute beauty of a building. But you'd be surprised how many people I know who look over it even though they walk past it every day. I guess that is to be expected. You could say the exact same for buildings of some other non-ecclesiastical function I don't know about.
This church has pre-Conquest origins. This is proved by its position on the corner of two major medieval roads combined with its proximity to early medieval burial sites and with archaeological finds from within the church itself. The building as we see it today conforms to the regular rectagonal plan that most of York's medieval churches were built to. But it didn't always look like this. It was once a cruciform church with a chancel that extended beyond the east wall we see now. Aisles were added during additional rebuilding phases with the dilapidated chancel knocked down in 1782. The tower was added, we believe, in c.1400. A market cross was erected in place of the old chancel and removed in the 19th century to allow for the building of a new road. The churchyard existed to the north and south for many centuries before this. But it was reduced in the 17th century to allow for the road to be widened down High Ousegate. A faculty for more burial space was put forward in the late 18th century, down the north side of the church and the demolition of a herb garden was granted to provide the parishioners their space. This is a hugely fascinating church and the interior architecture is something I will be talking about tomorrow.
After 2 hours of hard work and 12+ bags of trash, Mosvannet is mostly clean again! 🙌🏻 If you walked around mosvannet Saturday, February 9th, then you might have spotted us picking up trash.
Much got picked up, but we most likely didn’t get all. Single use plastics are eating up our world, however we continue to produce gigantic masses and these unfortunately end up in nature. 🍃
How can we stop this?
Say no to single-use plastics, and pick up any trash you see on the ground. Because if it’s on the ground, it will eventually end up in the ocean 🌊