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The Story of My Life

retiredjesus:

when someone really attractive in school looks at uimage

Accurate.

(via totally-relatable)

maity-insaneworld:

Senigma-

maity-insaneworld:

Senigma-

(via medvsv)

abandonedography:

likeafieldmouse:

Trine Sondergaard - Interiors (2007-12)

Dang, this is nice. 

(via lunar-spirits)

You can tell so much about a person by the way they leave you.

Redvers Bailey (via bantuknot)

(Source: guntoyourhead, via semicoloneffess)

I am myself. That is not enough.

Sylvia Plath, excerpt from “The Jailer”  (via slutstatus)

(Source: teenager90s, via semicoloneffess)

typostrate:

Lettering craft 12

We like to serve good typography, lettering inspriations and a lot of calligraphy works to you. Here is our weekly lettering craft inspiration. While lettering is a real handmade work, we love every piece and detail of it and celebrate each work. If you like to show us your work send some inspirations to mail@typostrate.com

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antidarkheart:

Owl Bookmarks by Sash-kash
Please do not remove source or credit.

antidarkheart:

Owl Bookmarks by Sash-kash

Please do not remove source or credit.

(via prettybooks)

lovegoodtype:

"Stop the glorification of busy" by @wellscollins #goodtype

lovegoodtype:

"Stop the glorification of busy" by @wellscollins #goodtype

Friendship isn’t about who you’ve known the longest. It’s about who walked into your life, said “I’m here for you,” and proved it.

Unknown  (via elven-vale)

(Source: ispeakquotes.com, via sex-and-coffee)

Be fucking Insightful!

It’s important for us to stop at times and take a minute to simply reflect and see things from the outside, or more commonly, from other people’s perspectives. We often forget and don’t realize that our ways of living reach other people. Everyone observes us differently, and though only our own opinion of ourselves should matter and our actions shouldn’t be judged, it’s good to reflect like this to make sure we’re putting out how we would like to be seen.

A lot of the time when we’re confused on personal situations we ask for the advice and opinions of others. Often to compare our thoughts and problem-solving with theirs. Since our problems normally don’t effect our peers, these outside thoughts serve as a clear and different angle from something we already see.

Making the initiative to take that extra step outside of yourself, and see how surrounding things and thoughts effect each other, is a good way to analyze and observe on a greater scale. Think as others think; step into their shoes.

In my own experience, it’s a really great trait to exercise. Insight can be a powerful tool. Used properly, it can help you understand people and events on a greater and deeper level, and you’ll be able to judge better courses of action for yourself to take.

If the effort was really made on all fronts, we could all be really amazing people, and there would be so much less bullshit in the world. Take that extra minute to think how you effect other people.