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feb 22 2020 ∞
feb 16 2021 +
mar 18 2020 ∞
jan 12 2021 +

start date: 2020年06月10日 ┊ finish date: 2023年03月08日

▸ completed: 6/101

grown-up stuff

  • save R$10 for every task I complete (R$60/R$60).
  • renew my RG.
  • apply for a passport.
  • learn how to drive.
  • donate everything I don't use.
  • deactivate my Facebook account.

studies and work

  • take the IELTS test.
  • get a job.
  • go to college.
  • learn basic german.
  • start muay thai class.
  • start learning sign language.
  • learn to play the keyboard.

health and self

jun 9 2020 ∞
mar 26 2021 +

your dreams and memories are blurring into one, the scenes which hold the waking world slowly come undone

damien (Δαμιανος): conquer, master, overcome, tame.

    • ⅹⅹ. they/them. o/ele/o. pt-br. en-us.
    • scorpio. chaotic neutral. enfp.

where you can find pieces of me:

  • images with an ominous vibe.
  • overcoats and scarfs.
  • cloudy and windy days.
  • the sound of the waves.
  • to skywatch or stargaze.
  • every single Bastille song.
mar 14 2020 ∞
jan 11 2021 +

⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀ waldeinsamkeitnoun

  • the feeling of being alone in the woods.
  • experience of being alone, surrounded by the forest and feeling totally at peace.

⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀ 木漏れ日 /komorebi/ noun

  • sunlight filtering through trees.

⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀ unfathomableadjective

  • incapable of being fully explored or understood.

⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀ sprachgefühlnoun

  • intuitive feeling for the natural idiom of a language.

⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀ wistfuladjective

  • having or showing a feeling of vague or regretful longing.

⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀ kenopsianoun

apr 23 2020 ∞
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apr 12 2021 +

Mark Fisher's article on The Occupied Times - Good For Nothing. March 10, 2014.

  • I offer up my own experiences of mental distress not because I think there's anything special or unique about them, but in support of the claim that many forms of depression are best understood – and best combatted – through frames that are impersonal and political rather than individual and "psychological".
  • Writing about one's own depression is difficult. Depression is partly constituted by a sneering "inner" voice which accuses you of self-indulgence – you aren't depressed, you're just feeling sorry for yourself, pull yourself together – and this voice is liable to be triggered by going public about the condition.

Of course, this voice isn't an "inner" voice at all – it is the internalised expression of actual social forces, some of which have a vested interest in denying a...

nov 7 2020 ∞
nov 7 2020 +

Sara Jaffe's article on Jstor daily - Queer Time: The Alternative to "Adulting". January 10, 2018.

    • Adulting (the verb form of the word adult) speaks about a series of behaviours associated with adulthood: Get a job, become financially stable, get married, buy a house, have kids...
    • For whom are those goals accessible? For whom are they a matter not of choice but of economic reality?
    • Sociologist Pamela Aronson suggests that these behaviours are based on outdated assumptions about class and gender.

"Queer lives are notable for their lack of chrononormativity, starting in childhood."

    • Jack Halberstam in his book In a Queer Time and Place argues that the queer experience of time and space in a heteronormative society is inflicted with time-warping experiences like coming out, medical transitions, an...
sep 13 2020 ∞
nov 7 2020 +