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Mod Edit with Source Note : These beautiful collages have been created by the talented VioletFreya. The individual pictures are from Pinterest and are owned by their respective artists/photographers.

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Those are beautiful. :smile:

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Thanks! I have ADHD so once I start something fun I tend to hyperfocus and next thing I know I look up and I’ve spent an hour browsing Pinterest and making collages lol @starborn

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I completely understand. :face_with_peeking_eye: I have ASD and ADHD.

I found this very relatable, and that is why I sometimes call it my superpower and sometimes call it my kryptonite. :laughing:

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Saved all thank you there beautiful :heart:

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You’re so welcome :slightly_smiling_face: so glad you like them! @john1

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Don’t stop now keep creating

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That’s me :sob:

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They’re gorgeous :sparkling_heart:

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I love them! :pink_heart:

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Beautiful collages, @VioletFreya - I love all of them! You are very kind to share them with the coven. Thank you so much! :hugs: :heart:

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These are wonderful! Thank you for sharing!

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Looks gorgeous on my lock screen

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Yay so glad you like it! :heart_eyes: @Nacurro

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Also, charge your phone! :laughing: @Nacurro

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@VioletFreya Hahahah I always do that when i go to bed. Got 98% now in the morning :joy::joy:

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It’s better for ur products to completely let them die then recharge not that I always do it. With my phone but I do with my laptop

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@ VioletFreya everything is very beautiful my dear!

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This might’ve been true in the past, but it isn’t anymore. Don’t let it run below 20%, if you can help it. It puts the battery under strain.

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Here’s some more reading on battery myths for those curious:

The ones about charging are specifically:

You should let the battery get all the way down to 0 percent before recharging

False

Strangely enough, batteries are under the most strain when they’re fully charged or completely empty. The real sweet spot for a battery is 50 percent charge as that means that half of its moveable lithium ions are in the lithium cobalt oxide layer and the other half are in the graphite layer. This equilibrium puts the least amount of strain on the battery, and extends the number of charge cycles it can withstand before degrading.

So really, if you were super-keen on keeping your battery living as long as possible, you should keep its charge between 20 and 80 per cent. This means that it spends as little time as possible with lots of lithium ions crammed into either layer, a situation which causes the layers to expand, putting physical strain on them. “But if you did that you’d only be getting about half as much charge every time you used it,” Griffith says. Maybe not, then.

Charging past 100 percent will damage your battery

True (but not for the reason you think)

This one is closely linked to the above myth. Charging your phone so it stays at 100 percent overnight isn’t great news for the battery, but that’s not because you’re cramming in more charge than it can handle. A “trickle charge” mechanism cuts off the charger after the phone has reached 100 per cent charge, and only tops up the battery when it drops down a little.

The problem is that you’re keeping the charge level at 100 per cent which, as we know from the previous myth, puts the battery under a certain amount of strain. “It’s not good,” Griffith says, “but the battery manufacturer has set [the battery’s limits] it so it shouldn’t be harmful.”

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