Saturday, April 12, 2014
Just what I need to soothe myself after an absolutely terrible few weeks of school

Just what I need to soothe myself after an absolutely terrible few weeks of school

And to the casual observer it looks like I have moved on since I go around wearing my little happy mask all day. I smile and laugh and carry on like my heart’s still in one piece, but beneath it all, I am dying. Melody Carlson
Monday, March 31, 2014
If you’re reading this, if there’s air in your lungs on this November day, then there is still hope for you. Your story is still going, And maybe some things are true for all of us. Perhaps we all relate to pain. Perhaps we all relate to fear and loss and questions. And perhaps we all deserve to be honest, all deserve whatever help we need. Our stories are all so many things: Heavy and light. Beautiful and difficult. Hopeful and uncertain. But our stories aren’t finished yet. There is still time, for things to heal and change and grow. There is still time to be surprised. We are still going, you and I. We are stories still going. Jamie Tworkowski
Friday, March 21, 2014
YOLO isn’t meant to be taken selfishly to make full use of your time to satisfy your every whim - YOLO is meant to be an opportunity to realise you have one chance to make a difference and this is it. Rovik (founder of The Hidden Good)
Your perception of your inhibitions, is your greatest inhibition. Rovik (founder of The Hidden Good)

(Source: traceloops)

Snow picnic BRING ME THERE NOW <3

Snow picnic BRING ME THERE NOW <3

Tuesday, March 18, 2014
humansofnewyork:

"If you could give one piece of advice to a large group of people, what would it be?""I’d tell them the same thing I’d tell one person. That if you understand failure, you won’t be afraid of it anymore. Failure isn’t diving on your face, or hitting rock bottom. That’s just being human. You only fail when you decide to not try again. So it’s entirely in your control. Once you understand failure, it’s impossible to fail."

humansofnewyork:

"If you could give one piece of advice to a large group of people, what would it be?"
"I’d tell them the same thing I’d tell one person. That if you understand failure, you won’t be afraid of it anymore. Failure isn’t diving on your face, or hitting rock bottom. That’s just being human. You only fail when you decide to not try again. So it’s entirely in your control. Once you understand failure, it’s impossible to fail."