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I’m not wasting any time.

lazyenigma:

THE INTERNET HISTORY OF A DESPERATE, BROKEN BEING

Ashley and Meg struggle with filming beside loud boys.

(Source: rhaenystargaryen)

theparadoxic:

unbelievably cute/stupid/suggestive freewood moments
→ when gavin sought ryan’s approval (go! thirty-nine)

rt ladies: barbara dunkelman

coolgirlsdontlookatexplosions:

yang vs boys of jnpr

yang this is why nora launched you into atmosphere

checkmater:

YOU DESERVE NEPTUNE ON YOUR DASH GO TAKE HIM

checkmater:

YOU DESERVE NEPTUNE ON YOUR DASH GO TAKE HIM

invisiblenap:

GRIFFON RAMSEY
MY SUNSHINE!!!

padalickingood:

AFTER DAYS I FINALLY FINISHED!

So here’s s a big ‘ol welcome to the new Achievement Hunters Axialmatt and Jerem6401 !! Wanted to try and draw something neat and clean for once *faints* never doing that again. 

joelbyeman:

At this point I’m willing to chop myself into bits and fit myself through the window.”

GTA V Heists + Survivors

Had a Bad Day

calebtdenecour:

I get a ton of asks with people seeking advice on how to cheer themselves up after a rough day. People seem to see me as a bubble of pure positive energy (something I strive for), and while that may be relatively true, I also love more than just the emotion of happiness. One of my favorites is sadness. In the moment, that emotion doesn’t feel great, but what I love about it is how grounded it makes me feel. It shows so many things about myself and the world in a different perspective. 

I think what I’m trying to say is that when your down it’s not about bringing yourself back up right away. I don’t think it’s healthy to just bounce back to happiness and try to pretend things aren’t bothering you. It’s important to feel that sadness, accept it, own it, and then move past it. Cry for hours if that’s what you need, but also don’t sulk in it. 

For me, when I’m really down, I like to curl up alone in bed or on the couch and watch Lion King or a TV show I really like. I spend that time thinking about why I’m sad and get all those tears out. Then I focus my energy on things that make me happy. I like to go play Ultimate Frisbee. For me, nothing makes me happier.

So I guess my advice to bringing yourself up after a bad day is as follows (in handy dandy bullet form):

  • Find a safe place, preferably alone. Hang out in said place and evaluate what is making you sad and own the sadness. Cry as much as need.
  • Do something you love (sometimes best if still in your safe place).
roses-for-mogar:

DEAR FUCKING GOD THIS GIF.

roses-for-mogar:

DEAR FUCKING GOD THIS GIF.

gavin’s snaps about michael p1 [ x ]

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