Cats, Animals & Nature · Media Recommendation

Mid-Week Video Day: Stressed? Try a Cat Massage

https://youtu.be/x4HWklYq9UE Isn’t that relaxing? It’s also cute that these cats are friends with dogs. ❤ For those who are curious, here’s a bonus video! Why do cats knead? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7WNdMwM_oFQ I’d say it’s a combination of love and kitten nostalgia, which says a lot about the love these cats have for their human family. 😀 ~Nicolle…… Continue reading Mid-Week Video Day: Stressed? Try a Cat Massage

Health & Science · Highly Sensitive Person

Sensitive to Noise, Light and Basically Everything

Well, I kind of realised that despite this blog being called Stories of a Highly Sensitive Introvert, I haven’t been writing much about being a highly sensitive person or an introvert! So here’s a post about being a highly sensitive person (HSP). 😛 As a HSP, I’m quite sensitive to, well, everything. It’s not because…… Continue reading Sensitive to Noise, Light and Basically Everything

Media Recommendation

Mid-Week Video Day: A Game Soundtrack Eternally in My Heart

https://youtu.be/bNzYIEY-CcM “This is the eternal kingdom of Zeal, where dreams can come true. But at what price?” Composed by Yasunori Mitsuda, Chrono Trigger has some of the best soundtracks that’s still in my heart even after 20 years, especially this one! Called “Corridors of Time”, this is the soundtrack that plays in an ethereal magic…… Continue reading Mid-Week Video Day: A Game Soundtrack Eternally in My Heart

Health & Science · Media Recommendation

Mid-Week Video Day: Mythbusters! Sinking Titanic, Goldfish Memory, and Trombone Explosion

Yay, I’m (mostly) better from the flu now! Just a sore throat to deal with (no more dripping nose!) so I’m back in the writing business. For today, at least. 😛 And here’s this week’s video! https://youtu.be/QeuMfWhnR24 I love watching Mythbusters! They make science look really interesting and fun, and sometimes we get a lot…… Continue reading Mid-Week Video Day: Mythbusters! Sinking Titanic, Goldfish Memory, and Trombone Explosion