headspace headspace


  • (n) the volume left at the top of a filled container (bottle or jar or tin) before sealing


  1. The new bohemia is less a place than it is a headspace.
  2. The secret is that while his words stay in the cynical, witty headspace of the native New Yorker, Simon's music wanders the globe in search of a groove.
  3. It's a combination of exhaustion and dj vu and girls in costumes that warps me into a headspace where I believe that Comic-Con is my only true existence.


  • Within and Without

    Emerging artist Sasha Kelley photographs relationships within Oakland's African-American communities, but her mode is more nuanced than simple documentary. by Alex Bigman Headspace, Sasha Kelley's inaugural solo exhibition now showing at Krowswork, divides the local artist's recent work along a distinct axis. One side is inward-looking, inviting the viewer into the artist's private life, which ...
    on July 3, 2013     Source: East Bay Express


  • He added "The Liberal National Real Action Plan for Better Mental Health will build on this past good work by providing $1.5 billion towards 20 new Early Psychosis Intervention Centres, 60 additional youth headspace sites and 800 acute and sub-acute...
    on Jul 2, 2010 By: Peter Slipper Source: Healthcare Digital (press release)

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animosity animosity
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