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    Santa Cruz, CA
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    archaeology, Chinese baked goods, amateur notary law, information science, sausage dogs, puffy stickers

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  1. Hi, is the Menacing Skull Staff or Purple Armoured Dress still available?
  2. I am so, absolutely sorry you've lost your love. I cannot imagine how devastating it must be, and how bizarre it is to undergo trauma without him there for you. You deserve infinity with the love of your life, and not a second less.
  3. Hope everyone has a good day! Happy Monday! This post has been edited by a member of staff (Duma) because of a violation of the forum rules. Please don't double post. Use the 'Edit' button or Multi Quote to reply to more than one post at once. Please keep your posts at 7 words or above. Per the reason above, please review our SPAM rules
  4. I've never encountered a supernatural or paranormal event, but I'd be open to one! I tend to be more of a Scully, believing there's a scientific explanation behind why so many people have hard-to-explain experiences. I know for some people the experiences are scary, but for some they serve to help grieve a loved one, like a final goodbye or knowing they'll be okay now. I read that there are only three possibilities: 1. You really saw a ghost, or an alien. 2. You truly, absolutely believe it happened, but it didn't. 3. A person has a reason to lie (which doesn't seem to be the ca
  5. 5 Kacheeks is the exact right amount of Kacheeks. I kinda like Neopets that are more... human? With hands free and two legs/two arms, they're cuter and more customizable. Am I the only one?
  6. Once you have about 10,000-20,000 NP handy, do as many Employment Agency jobs as you can, using Jellyneo's Item Database to make sure the job will earn more money than lose you money. The last couple pages usually have the best jobs, but don't be afraid to wait a couple minutes for new jobs to refresh. The fresher ones are more worth your time, but they also are more competitive, so be quick about accepting them. If you're okay losing out on a job, look at the prompt and find the items (but don't buy them yet!) before you accept the job. Accept, then quickly buy the prepared goods to get the t
  7. Oooh! Good point! I mean, your pet gets smarter for reading more, and certain healthy foods will make your Neopet more full than sugary snacks. As for events/features: Charity Corner is a sort of food drive/donation event thing that teaches you to be generous when you have enough to be generous. Cap'n Threelegs' Swashbuckling Academy or the Mystery Island Training School are kind of like investing in education/private school. The Neolodge is kind of like a pet hotel/pet boarding that teaches you to make sure your pets are taken care of if you have to go away and can't take care
  8. I agree completely with the responsibilities! I started when I was like 10, learning to save through the bank and daily interest. There's stock trading and jobs that you have to complete within a time period. It's not like Club Penguin, which you can neglect and come back to whenever. You are rewarded for keeping up with your pet's health, happiness, and finances!
  9. hi y'all! mental health awareness month is over, but it's never not a good time to talk about it! neopets has for a long time been a way for me to destress and distract from anxiety and negative thoughts. taking care of my neopets is a reminder to take care of myself. it brings me joy and a sense of fulfillment and accomplishment. neopets has lots of stuff that i consider to be relevant to or referential of mental health topics. examples are the grey paint color and the mood status of your neopet and maintaining it. what do you think? how do you think
  10. Thanks so much! I'll have to try these out. I always thought being active before sleep was good for me, but I'll try just relaxing with a novel. You're too sweet!
  11. I love your sense of humor! Sometimes you need a little humor to keep things from feeling like One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. If you're worried about effectiveness decreasing after so many years, maybe you can check in with a doctor? Depression/anxiety/etc. meds have changed so much in the past decade, especially in working to decrease bad side effects. If you're willing to go through the long, arduous process of trying a million different meds, you might find one that works just as well/better, without sacrificing muscle control?
  12. I'm so sorry you had to go through this. Is there a way you can remember them and keep them in your life? A happy reminder of your shared moments of joy or love?
  13. I'm so late to this thread, but I'm so sorry to hear about your fiance! Have you been able to see him since? I've not been allowed to visit my grandma, even though every day might be her last. It's a bit frustrating, especially because where I am now is reopening amusement parks and restaurants. It seems like no one is taking it seriously anymore, even though it means it's bound to get worse. We've all made sacrifices, so I wish people would be patient so these sacrifices would have more meaning. Also, as for the change jar, besides saving up for an Ebay replacement. Would you be able to
  14. hi y'all, i've had recurring nightmares all my life, owing to the intrusive thoughts I get from OCD. my bf and i share a bed, so I can't exactly hide when I wake up crying or screaming. it makes me feel so weak and fragile, and I never want him to think he has to take care of me. does anyone have any tips on restful sleep? or strategies for reducing panic caused by nightmare or other stress? love
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