(Source: corporation-cats)

Most days I wish I never met you because then I could sleep at night and I wouldn’t have to walk around with the knowledge there was someone like you out there.
Good Will Hunting (1997)

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The good news is that experts advise graduating students to “Do what you love.” And this is a hard-headed strategy, not a soft-hearted puffery. Following your passion makes dollars and sense in today’s environment, which values less routine abilities such as creativity, communication and caring. Exercising these abilities tends to be more rewarding for most people than using routine, programmable skills that computers can easily emulate. Following your passion doesn’t guarantee a fat pay check, but it does boost your chances of both financial and personal success.
Business Now: Change is the Only Constant (via soldier—of-love)
I hate distance. You meet the best people and they are always far away.
(via mylesbworld)

(Source: longdistancerelationships1011)

1. Your skin may never be perfect, and that’s okay.

2. Life is too short not to have the underwear, the coffee, and the haircut you want.

3. Everyone (including your family, your coworkers, and your best friend) will talk about you behind your back, and you’ll talk about them too. It doesn’t mean you don’t love each other.

4. It’s okay to spend money on things that make you happy.

5. Sometimes without fault or reason, relationships deteriorate. It will happen when you’re six, it will happen when you’re sixty. That’s life.


Five things I am trying very hard to accept  (via elauxe)love

(Source: aumoe)

Sometimes when I’m discouraged about where I’m at and ungrateful for what I have, I wonder what my twelve-year-old self would say. I realize she’d think my life turned out really sweet. She’d be excited that I can eat ice cream whenever I want and have a movie marathon after midnight. She’d love that I can get on an airplane by myself. She’d be thrilled that I have my own car. She’d be proud that I’m not afraid of the dark and surprised that I’m not so shy. She’d be impressed by other things that I view as mediocre now. It may sound completely silly, but when I look at my life through the lens of my twelve-year-old self it looks pretty darn spectacular. How easily we cease to be impressed. I don’t want to lose that childlike wonder and magic. What would your twelve-year-old self say about you and your life now?
Alla Drokina (via nonelikejesus)
Go to a coffee shop. Sit by the bar with the glass windows and look out. Look at all the people running to catch a train. All the girls with one too many shopping bags. All the couples too in love to care. Then you’ll see it - a bit of yourself in everyone. And somehow, sitting alone in a coffee shop had never felt so good.
(via suspend)

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