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12-17-18 02:38:22 PM

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Posted on 02-16-18 04:04:17 PM (last edited by Chalcedony at 02-16-18 04:05:11 PM) Link | Quote
I've tried side, back, front… it varies, and I kinda have to arrange things to balance the overall stress on my arm joints especially to avoid winding up sleeping on them in ways that lead to RSI issues later.

I keep drooling sometimes and it's annoying.

Sometimes I have a background video on to one side—the Internet-era equivalent of falling asleep to the television—but I really want to get into the habit of distinctly not doing that, since I think it's not actually good for me.

Added: oh, and I have my plush kitsune Aiko. ^..^ (Whom I haven't fed recently enough, eeeek. I need to get on that…)
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Posted on 04-13-18 02:21:36 AM Link | Quote
The smell of lavender. Like, real lavender, because stuff that's supposed to smell like lavender smells horrible in comparison to real lavender.
The game Pocket Planes also used to have a really nice low engine whirring noise when you were looking at one of the planes you had flying, so I'd occasionally make one of my planes fly a ridiculously long route so I could listen to that to try and sleep. I think that was swapped out for some other not great sounding noise a while back though which sucks.
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