Vlog 3: Wellness Box

A complicated person, with a complicated life

This blog is on my wellness box.  I have seen two fellow bloggers do a self harm box, which is similar, Pride in Madness and All that I ever was, All that I ever am.  It has items that make me feel better or well.

As mentioned in the video here are the links to more in depth videos or pictures of something shown in this video and my box in general.

Smash Journal

Wellness Journal

Magic Wand:


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  1. mm172001
    Aug 28, 2015 @ 21:56:06

    Thanks for the re-blog



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