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TO LIVE. LAUGH. LOVE.

Art. Anklets. Adventure. Boys. Beach. Books. Bed. Balloons. Colours. Cotton Candy. Cameras. Designing. Doodles. Drawing. Exclusive. Elmo. Escapade. Food. Fancy. Friendship. Fiction. Flowers. Fashion. HL Milk. Happiness. Ikea. Jumping. Joyful. Lomography. Lifeguard. Lollipop. Lace. Long bus rides. Meadows. Music. Memories. Nautical. Navy-blue. Necklaces. Ocean. Photography. Polaroids. Pictures. Pavements. Picnics. Peace. Queer. Reading. Roads. Swimming. Seven. Sandwiches. Shopping. Shoes. THERESHA. Tanning. Talkative. Tattoos. Umbrellas. Venturing. Wanderer. Wishing.

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I feel stuck. It’s one of those moments where it seems I hit a wall.

Stuck in the present, possibly in the future. I do not know how to move forward from here. So many options and answers lay before me, but none can be chosen for fear of the consequences and the ripple effect it’ll deliver to the people around me. 

So many thoughts running through my mind. I would like to run away.

taylormccutchan:

Backpackers on their way down from Vernal Falls in Yosemite National Park 

taylormccutchan:

Backpackers on their way down from Vernal Falls in Yosemite National Park 

(via ache)

Isn’t it odd how much fatter a book gets when you’ve read it several times?” Mo had said…”As if something were left between the pages every time you read it. Feelings, thoughts, sounds, smells…and then, when you look at the book again many years later, you find yourself there, too, a slightly younger self, slightly different, as if the book had preserved you like a pressed flower…both strange and familiar.

—Cornelia Funke, Inkspell

jaglever:

The golden hour is one of my favorite things to witness in New York. The way the light hits the buildings is so good 🙌

jaglever:

The golden hour is one of my favorite things to witness in New York. The way the light hits the buildings is so good 🙌

Sometimes I just say things because I think they sound funny and then they become a thing. And all it does is negate how hard I worked. That’s the thing I’m realising now I’m 30 - you can’t keep pretending you don’t give a shit, because I really do care about things and put a lot of effort into them.

—Alexa Chung in Glamour UK, July 2014 (via theepitomeofquiet)