I love sleeping to avoid problems.

Matthew Healy, The 1975. (via he4rt-out)


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I’m a thinker, not a talker.

— six word story  (via c-isnenegro)

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The worst part about being there for everybody is that no one ever bothers to ask if you’re okay or not

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I feel nervous. Anxious. I feel weird. I just feel uncertain. A little paranoid, like something is going to happen. Not a good feeling.

Being happy is a very personal thing—and it really has nothing to do with anyone else .

— Abraham-Hicks, Getting Into the Vortex  (via her0inchic)

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Learn to be alone, and to like it. There’s nothing more freeing and empowering than learning to like your own company.

— Mandy Hale (via onlinecounsellingcollege)

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i either read for 4 hours straight or dont read for 4 months there is no in between

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Six simple rituals:

1. Drink a glass of water when you wake up. Your body loses water while you sleep, so you’re naturally dehydrated in the morning. A glass of water when you wake helps start your day fresh.

2. Define your top 3. Every morning ask yourself, “What are the top three most important tasks that I will complete today?” Prioritizes your day accordingly and don’t sleep until the Top 3 are complete.

3. The 50/10 Rule. Solo-task and do more faster by working in 50/10 increments. Use a timer to work for 50 minutes on only one important task with 10 minute breaks in between. Spend your 10 minutes getting away from your desk, going outside, calling friends, meditating, or grabbing a glass of water.

4. Move and sweat daily. Regular movement keeps us healthy and alert. It boosts energy and mood, and relieves stress.

5. Express gratitude. Gratitude fosters happiness. Each morning, think of at least five things you’re thankful for. In times of stress, pause and reflect on these things.

6. Reflect daily. Bring closure to your day through 10 minutes of reflection. Asks yourself, “What went well?” and “What needs improvement?”

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Initially, I was going to ignore the crazy comments but I have to speak up. For those of you so concerned with my butt, that I carry around with me EVERY DAY, it was not photoshopped! How did a photo/poem meant to empower women turn into negativity? As you can see above, I’m sitting upright in the first image and in the second, my back is arched, butt is poked out and my entire body is curved, like the photographer @andrewthomasclifton, requested. As a woman seeking to empower women I would never have anything on my body photoshopped, not my stretchmarks (which are all over my butt, thighs and breasts), not my tummy, or body shape. I show real women, a real woman. I worked with Andrew because I knew he would make me push the limits of my comfort zone. The truth is, I was suffocating in that damn skirt, felt self conscious and didn’t like any of the images in that particular outfit because of “how my body looked!” So, I made the best of it and decided to post it regardless of my insecurities. I see now why so many women don’t share and are nervous about certain things because we are so harshly judged and criticized sometimes. But check this, I’m never going to stop sharing. Throwing shade my way will never dim my light. Also, just because I don’t flaunt my butt all over IG doesn’t mean that I don’t have one. I am human also, please try and remember that when you leave nasty comments about me and mine.
Of course I had to turn this into inspiration: leave something kind below for someone who might need it. Leave a beautiful flaw of yours and why you love it. As always, I hope this leaves someone, somewhere inspired.

Thank you for this.

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