1. Forget the past.
2. Do stuff.
3. Talk to strangers.
4. Stay in touch.
5. Stop bitching, venting, and complaining. They don’t make you happier.
6. Go outside. Vitamin D is better than drugs.
7. Don’t expect it to last forever. Everything ends and that’s okay.
8. Stop buying useless crap.
9. Make mistakes. Learn from them.
10. Spread joy.
11. Don’t bother with people you hate.
12. Don’t become someone you hate.
13. Play the hand you’re dealt.
14. Choose not to take things personally.
15. Don’t put it off.
16. Help is everywhere.
17. Give without limits and expectations.
18. Be enthusiastic, dammit. Being above everything makes you an annoying prick.
19. This too shall pass.
20. You are already enough.
21. What would you do if you weren’t scared? Okay, now do it.
written by 21 commandments instead of 12  (via seulray)

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pressing:

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pressing:

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mfjr:

Oil paintings by Alyssa Monks.

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he4vyrain:

this is one of my favourite things, its so sweet

he4vyrain:

this is one of my favourite things, its so sweet

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kwak505:

alex turner is a lyrical genius who the hell could come up with this

kwak505:

alex turner is a lyrical genius who the hell could come up with this

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After her husband suffered a slow and painful death, Joy Tomkins made the decision to let doctors know that she doesn’t want to suffer the same fate when her time comes.

yo-she-bitch:

Jay and Silent Bob fucking get it.

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organization:

TV IS BORING  Dazed & Confused 1994 Photographer: Rankin Stylist: Katie Grand

organization:

TV IS BORING
Dazed & Confused 1994
Photographer: Rankin
Stylist: Katie Grand

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visvxl:

Manhattan at 6 a.m.

visvxl:

Manhattan at 6 a.m.

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neatlove:

Diana Dors

neatlove:

Diana Dors

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You know how advice is. You only want it if it agrees with what you wanted to do anyway.
written by John Steinbeck, The Winter of Our Discontent (via sadfag)

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