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Don’t be afraid to start over. It’s a brand new opportunity to rebuild what you truly want. — TheDailyPositive.com (via thedailypozitive)
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Sometimes you need to burn bridges to stop yourself from crossing them again. — (via abcdefghiloveyou)
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This week, as you gaze up at the stars, as you breathe into the cool dark night, think about how much you’ve grown, think about all of the ways you’ve become strong, think of the ways you haven’t let yourself be wrecked by loneliness, by sorrow, by the whole harsh world. This week, honor the ways you’ve learned to get through, the ways you’ve learned to build magic inside your own heart. Hold on to these hot glowing powers, and keep going, and be kind. Pet a dog. Cook someone dinner. — The Rumblr (via thatluciegirl)
You attract the right things when you have a sense of who you are. — Amy Poehler (via voguebasically)
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People often ask me, “who do you want to be” and “describe the person you aspire to be”. Well, the truth is, there is no one person I want to be because who I want to be is a collection of beautiful personalities of all my friends and different people I’ve met. — (via azur-ei)
9 Signs You Shouldn't Buy That Item Of Clothing You're Trying To Talk Yourself Into Buying -
meredithbklyn:I 100% agree with this list. And should really follow these rules more. I also need to apply the same standards to in-store purchases as online purchases. If I get it in the mail and it isn’t amazing, I should return it instead of saying “It’s alright, I’ll probably wear it at some point” (I have only recently gotten better at this because my husband works right next to a giant mall and can return stuff for me).How to stop buying stuff you never wear once and for all.
i’m guilty of some of these, but all are important.
If you feel your value lies in being merely decorative, I fear that someday you might find yourself believing that’s all that you really are.
Time erodes all such beauty, but what it cannot diminish is the wonderful workings of your mind: Your humor, your kindness, and your moral courage. These are the things I cherish so in you.
I so wish I could give my girls a more just world. But I know you’ll make it a better place. — Little Women
ohdeardrea: How To Have A Great Life Without Spending A Lot Of Money + Saving Some Too -
"Don’t rush. Buy less. Do more.
Self explanatory. Enjoy the little moments. Set your table. Enjoy the process. Cook together. Enjoy the process. Sit together. Eat together. Talk together. Enjoy the process. Clean together. Enjoy the process.
Be happy with less. Be happy within your means. Do happy things. Be nice. Be happy now.
At times it can be hard to know that what you have is enough. Really—-who cares what others are spending their money on. Comparison doesn’t bring joy. Be happy with what you have, not unhappy with what others have.”
I love this whole post!
Chris and I are gearing up to really tighten our belts as the wedding gets closer (as does his year-long internship). I love everything about this post as well as this one that the other leads to.
Sadly though I have to be honest that with a dog, I will ALWAYS be a paper towel consumer.
Do not try to be pretty. You weren’t meant to be pretty; you were meant to burn down the earth and graffiti the sky. Don’t let anyone ever simplify you to just “pretty.” — Things I Wish My Mother Had Taught Me | d.a.s (via backshelfpoet)
I embarrass myself infront of myself
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