You deserve to smile. You deserve to have fun and you deserve someone who enhances your life. Not someone who brings you down.
We’ve got to stop being so hard on ourselves.
There’s nothing more gratifying than just not doing something.
Lend me your ear, and I’ll *play* you some songs…
Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off” + a little girl + her dad = a much needed few minutes of adorable happiness for you to watch and smile at.
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.”