As soon as I realized that what I have, in a third-world country, is something senseless, selfish and superficial, yes, but more so something praised for its self-discipline and commonalities with Mary-Kate Olsen, I stopped talking about it. I refuse to be lauded for this disorder.
I’m a different person now. I look back on what happened and I’m no longer sad or guilty.
Reunited and it feels so gooood.
1. #nofilter I tried every filter, from Amaro to Kelvin, and yet failed to find one that made my sunset look prettier than anybody else’s.
In the words of Heath Ledger circa 1999, “Don’t let anyone ever make you feel like you don’t deserve what you want. Go for it.” You deserve the best, friends. Don’t settle for what is “meh.”
Everything Weird Al does is terrible, and everyone who likes him should be thrown down a flight of stairs in front of their loved ones.
When your mind starts to drift away from the task at hand, mindfully come back to the now and focus on your sensations. You can live in your head or you can actually live — the choice is yours.
The next step in the cycle is always relapse, and it always brings comfort and ends all pain. How do you quit something that seems to make everything better?
In life you have to work for what you want and, luckily for all you graduates, you know exactly what that means. You worked to get the grades to get into college, you worked to graduate from college and now that those studying days are behind you, you have the drive and determination you need to really succeed in life.
He’s back and he’s tackier than ever.