FEIE issues

2021.12.05 14:05 getaminas_socks84 FEIE issues

Hi there - I'm a US expat working in a low income tax jurisdiction (and my salary is adjusted taking this into account). For the last several years, I've been using FEIE when filing my taxes, but that means I can spend no more than 35 days a year in the States, which is becoming harder as parents grow older and need me to spend more time with them.
How have other fellow US expats dealt with this? Is there any way to stay in the U.S. longer (I'm not talking months on months, but at least more than 35 days) but claim FEIE?
submitted by getaminas_socks84 to USExpatTaxes [link] [comments]

2021.12.05 14:05 FlixeHD First and only time doing mushrooms

Hi everyone,
I’ve been watching quite of few of Adams videos over the years, but during this past week I’ve watched more than usual. Especially the trip reports have caught my interest, as hearing of other people’s experiences can be both eye opening, scary, and exciting. Mostly I watched for educational purposes, as I got more and more interested in psychedelics.
In my life, I have never really been a big drug user, but have tried my fair share of different things. When I was a teenager, I tried smoking hash once or twice, did amphetamine and cocaine a few times, but apart from that steered away from all other drugs. I’m Danish, so drinking as a teenager was almost mandatory, and I did that quite a lot. As I entered my late teenager years, I lost interests in alcohol, as two of my older half-brothers began to drink way more than they should (alcoholics). This basically made me “anti-drink”, which still lingers to this day.
In the middle of my 20s, I met my current girlfriend (now mother of my beautiful son). She smoked a lot of weed and hash, and as I got to know her better, I took on her habit. Her and I smoked heavily for years (at the peak of our abuse, we were smoking a combined 140~grams of hash every month). We eventually quit, thankfully.
One of the things I did to get rid of my dependency on hash, was to do psilocybin. When I finally stomached up the courage to try mushrooms for the first time, I was aware that set and setting was key to having a good experience. And so, I waited until the right opportunity presented itself. A friend of mine lived in a house that had a nice big garden with lush grass and beautiful old trees. When I got there, we talked about what was about to happen, and the best way to ingest the mushrooms. He had done mushrooms many times, and perhaps did it for different reasons than me. His dose was a heroic 3-4 grams (which I later learned is perhaps not considered so crazy after all). My dose was about 1 gram, as I have a hard time letting go of self-control. We decided to make tea with the shrooms and put in some honey at the end to make it taste nicer. I was blown away about how delicious it was. No bad taste what-so-ever, which I had read was quite common when ingesting mushrooms. So, from the get-go I was positive to the whole experience.
After we drank the tea, we went into his garden, and sat down on the grass on some blankets. A short time later, I started feeling dizzy and decided to lay down. My friend did the same. Soon after, I started feeling like I had to throw up, but with some controlled breathing I managed to get over that hurdle.
For the next 5-6 hours, him and I laid on the grass (his older brother was trip-sitting for us), periodically opening our eyes and talking about what we were experiencing. Since my friend took a bigger dose, his trip seemed to be more hardcore than mine, and I remember hearing him talking to his brother about his experiences from time to time.
My trip, however, was just the most beautiful thing I have ever experienced (apart from my son being born). I would close my eyes, and the back of my eyelids were like screens filled with fractal patterns and colors. As the trip got more intense, the colors and patterns would start to form into actual images. One image, which I will keep with me for the rest of my life, was an infinite row of what I would call “soul-sheaths” (as in a container housing a weapon, but instead of containing a weapon, knife, or sword, they contained souls). Each sheath was the same size, and each sheath had the ability to contain the essence of a soul. But as it was shown to me, each sheath also had a bunch of excess surrounding the outside of it. In my mind, that excess symbolized all the problems, issues, sorrows, hurts and built-up scars, that we all carry around with us. Considering why I was doing mushrooms in the first place, I really felt like I was being shown something that would help me overcome all the troubles I had had in my life up until that point. A reminder that even though life feels horrible sometimes, all the excess worries and pains, are not the core of what/who you really are. They can be learned from but will eventually be left behind once you leave this existence.
On this day, I felt like I had been in tune with the universe, like something out there had finally shown me what I needed to see to let go of some of the pains I was carrying around (including my mother dying of cancer), and as I began to come down from the trip, I was filled with joy like I had never experienced it before. Like a coating warmth on the inside. I also noticed a significant shift in my vision for the following week or so. Everything had blueish tint to it.
An amazing experience, that I hope to reproduce again someday when I decide to try mushrooms for the second time.
A while later I tried DMT with that same friend, but I didn’t manage to break through unfortunately. I think that is partially because of me not being able to take enough hits, and partially because of the fear I have of letting go of self-control. Didn’t try again after that, which I kind of regret.
Anyways, thanks for reading.
submitted by FlixeHD to PsychedSubstance [link] [comments]

2021.12.05 14:05 D1ff1cultM1nd What to do when you feel protest behaviour triggered a breakup?

10 days after, today I found myself going back to reread our text convo that triggered a breakup.
We were almost on our way away from an argument, with him saying something about fixing a situation that was a problem and asking a simple question (not related to the argument). Instead of just responding to that question and leaving the matter alone (at 9pm), me being me, needing to explain and understand everything and write way more than necessary, I wrote more things, went back to the argument, got a bit defensive and also attacking etc. Then he ended things.
Now I feel literally sick to my stomach and can't stop regretting writing that, not leaving things alone (they could have easily been dealt with at some other moment!), and more than anything I wish I could go back in time.
What can I do about this? How can I stop ruminating and being so full of regret? I know realistically my protest behaviour that night was probably just a trigger, not the cause of the breakup, but still. I cannot stop wishing I had controlled myself better, took a breather before writing anything more. Yeah, you live and learn, but my heart is so heavy right now. :(
submitted by D1ff1cultM1nd to AnxiousAttachment [link] [comments]

2021.12.05 14:05 Rollinrollin1000 How do youtubers like Broken Machine know these big ass maps so well so soon after launch?

He probably beta tested this shit and signed an NDA. Didn't even help make it better through feedback just farmed the game practice so he can own the world like John fucking Rambo on his YouTube channel for profit.
It's just a theory...
submitted by Rollinrollin1000 to battlefield2042 [link] [comments]

2021.12.05 14:05 Kiceres Has anyone noticed this?

After Alabastra arc, where the Straw Hats said goodbye to princess Vivi, everyone showed their "X" tattoos as part of a bond between them...
Since then, in the anime, it's never shown... I get it's due to sketching economy, but isn't it kinda inconsistent? Or did I miss something big?
Also, to those who read the manga, is this apparent there as well???
submitted by Kiceres to OnePiece [link] [comments]

2021.12.05 14:05 NewsElfForEnterprise ‘Encanto’ Adds $12 Million at Muted Box Office

submitted by NewsElfForEnterprise to NewsfeedForWork [link] [comments]

2021.12.05 14:05 Winterpup16 Slaps roof of SUV meme

Slaps roof of SUV meme Artwork used is by Rick Griffin, it's funnier with context.
submitted by Winterpup16 to furry [link] [comments]

2021.12.05 14:05 MadTaurus99 Villager breeder not working.

I'm trying to make a villager breeder but it never seems to work. I've tried following a couple different tutorials and I'm positive I followed them correctly. It seems like the villagers aren't picking up food even though their inventory is empty. They just stare at it on the ground. Does anyone have any advice?
submitted by MadTaurus99 to Minecraft [link] [comments]

2021.12.05 14:05 JufKatrienMamaVan10 8.000 demonstranten op coronabetoging in Brussel: waterkanon en traangas ingezet, politiecombi’s beschadigd

8.000 demonstranten op coronabetoging in Brussel: waterkanon en traangas ingezet, politiecombi’s beschadigd submitted by JufKatrienMamaVan10 to Belgium2 [link] [comments]

2021.12.05 14:05 code_hunter_cc React - setState() on unmounted component

In my react component im trying to implement a simple spinner while an ajax request is in progress - im using state to store the loading status.
For some reason this piece of code below in my React component throws this error

Can only update a mounted or mounting component. This usually means you called setState() on an unmounted component. This is a no-op. Please check the code for the undefined component.
If I get rid of the first setState call the error goes away.
constructor(props) { super(props); this.loadSearches = this.loadSearches.bind(this); this.state = { loading: false }}loadSearches() { this.setState({ loading: true, searches: [] }); console.log('Loading Searches..'); $.ajax({ url: this.props.source + '?projectId=' + this.props.projectId, dataType: 'json', crossDomain: true, success: function(data) { this.setState({ loading: false }); }.bind(this), error: function(xhr, status, err) { console.error(this.props.url, status, err.toString()); this.setState({ loading: false }); }.bind(this) });}componentDidMount() { setInterval(this.loadSearches, this.props.pollInterval);}render() { let searches = this.state.searches || []; return (
{ searches.map(function(search) { let createdDate = moment(search.createdDate, 'X').format("YYYY-MM-DD"); let downloadedDate = moment(search.downloadedDate, 'X').format("YYYY-MM-DD"); let records = 0; let status = search.status ? search.status.toLowerCase() : '' return ( ); }
Name Submit Date Dataset & Datatype Results Last Downloaded
{search.name} {createdDate} {search.dataset} {records} {downloadedDate}
); }
Hide resultsThe question is why am I getting this error when the component should already be mounted (as its being called from componentDidMount) I thought it was safe to set state once the component is mounted ?
Answer link : https://codehunter.cc/a/reactjs/react-setstate-on-unmounted-component
submitted by code_hunter_cc to codehunter [link] [comments]

2021.12.05 14:05 iiidddOOF 30k slap on a Midway with Montana

30k slap on a Midway with Montana submitted by iiidddOOF to WoWsBlitz [link] [comments]

2021.12.05 14:05 Allthis_andwar So my acceptance rate is now below 70% and I seemingly are not getting any requests.

Like at all. Is this how Lyft operates or is it just this damn slow in metro Detroit?? Damn
submitted by Allthis_andwar to lyftdrivers [link] [comments]

2021.12.05 14:05 skell1e The gucci banna vendor

The gucci banna vendor submitted by skell1e to DaniDev [link] [comments]

2021.12.05 14:05 iiPurpose PC Case Suggestions?

I’m looking for a new case with some good airflow. I’d also like to eventually look into water cooling my system as well. Also trying to stay around the $100 mark. I have a MSI MPG X570 gaming plus MB, 2070 super, and Ryzen 5 3600x. Any suggestions appreciated:)
submitted by iiPurpose to pcmasterrace [link] [comments]

2021.12.05 14:05 Personal_Operation89 Reading…

Reading… submitted by Personal_Operation89 to wallstreetbets [link] [comments]

2021.12.05 14:05 KevinWard54 Kitsap Washington.........

Kitsap Washington......... submitted by KevinWard54 to Kitsap [link] [comments]

2021.12.05 14:05 PlantainLumpy4238 Tez Dzpnzr on Hicetnunc.art

Tez Dzpnzr on Hicetnunc.art submitted by PlantainLumpy4238 to NFTsMarketplace [link] [comments]

2021.12.05 14:05 CyberJitt444 Found this in a box at a little store while in paris, thought it could be interesting, could anyone educate me?

submitted by CyberJitt444 to ww1 [link] [comments]

2021.12.05 14:05 DuckHunt83 Oh the Raptor Ranger Possibilities. YES PLEASE

Oh the Raptor Ranger Possibilities. YES PLEASE submitted by DuckHunt83 to RangerNext [link] [comments]

2021.12.05 14:05 LocalMistake818 My Pul your Fal. Double time

submitted by LocalMistake818 to DiabloPSN [link] [comments]

2021.12.05 14:05 hotdog1628 Figure Skate Laces

My skate laces are beginning to fray and it’s definitely time to replace them. What are some pros and cons to different brands of skate laces? I’ve had Edea laces for a while now but they’re a bit pricy where I live. Has anyone had experience with Risport or Jackson laces? There’s also a cheaper brand called A&R but have no clue whether they work well or not.
submitted by hotdog1628 to FigureSkating [link] [comments]

2021.12.05 14:05 Orcasareglorious Do you still contact your teachers? Why or why not?

submitted by Orcasareglorious to AskReddit [link] [comments]

2021.12.05 14:05 pablointer5272 Depressed that I'm not a better/more successful musician.

I've been playing guitar since I was 14, bass since I was 15, and drums since I was 16. I'm in my mid-30s now. I used to have a real passion for playing, playing as much as 8 hours a day sometimes, but around my mid-20s I started playing about 30 minutes a day. These days I only play enough to not lose any skill.
I feel for the amount of time I've put in over the years, I should have more to show for it. I really am a very average drummer, guitar playing I have done some challenging stuff, stuff I thought I would never be able to play. However I don't get a lot of feedback for my playing, I'm not very comfortable sharing it because I'm not confident in how good my playing is. Because of this I mostly only share anonymously, and when I do people rarely say anything. Listens will go up but nobody comments, so I don't know if I'm doing a good or bad job. IRL I used to play drums for a church and they have paid me, but outside of that I've only been able to play at open mic nights, nobody has ever asked me to drum for them in a band or to play with them to fill in at a gig or anything like that. At one of the open mic nights the lead singer actually stopped singing for a while to get after me for how I was drumming. Like I said I am only an average drummer.
Today I am just really bummed thinking about this, I've probably sunk 3000 hours at least into all the instruments I play, I've written some songs, but I don't have anything substantial to show for it. That didn't matter to me when I was younger and just having fun, but now that I'm older, I can't help but feel like I just must not have been good enough to get any kind of success with my music - though I have heard plenty of bands and wonder how they ever got booked to play live, but then I think "Man I must be really bad if absolutely nobody cares about what I do".
submitted by pablointer5272 to self [link] [comments]

2021.12.05 14:05 DubiousDancer Accolade to smash XP signs with a certain car...

So I already smashed all xp signs, but now I see there's an accolade to smash 100 with a certain car. I was wondering if there's anyway to do that even though I already smashed them all.
submitted by DubiousDancer to ForzaHorizon [link] [comments]

2021.12.05 14:05 activex7etki Özlü sözler 2012

Özlü sözler 2012 submitted by activex7etki to KGBTR [link] [comments]