It’s hard to look, but it’s also hard to look away.
For some, the idea of moving back home is not an option, but for others, it feels like the only option.
Being vulnerable is a courageous act. It is not an easy task and one that may require practice.
So, my question is: why do we, as young adult women in 2018, strive so hard to reach perfection? More importantly, why do we fear not reaching something knowably unreachable?
“So yearnful are we for real social bonds that our new wave fantasies are the rudimentary pleasantries of 25 years ago – thanks to the shackles of the World Wide Web, legions of young people today view banal chit chats with waitresses and optometrists as unrealistic as ChatRoulette sessions with Darth Vader and Slender Man.”
February 6th – Bob Marley
“What is the point of being alive if you don’t at least try to do something remarkable?” –John Green
That’s how I connect to my art: it’s like seeing/feeling when you hear the music. You experience an emotion, a feeling, with all of your senses.
Don’t hide your passions. They’re the key to doing awesome shit.
Most people think that unless they are going to be an artist (singer, painter, writer, etc), creativity isn’t really necessary in their day-to-day lives or careers