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lolbatty:

i literally cannot decide if this is negative propaganda or not lol


I want to be her. Or I anger. Or something.

lolbatty:

i literally cannot decide if this is negative propaganda or not lol

I want to be her. Or I anger. Or something.

(Source: chabeonsky, via missshirley)

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Mittens <3

Mittens <3

therumpus:

The Rumblr’s in-house astrologer, Madame Clairevoyant, presents her latest dispatch from the stars:
 Cancer: Some things might feel messy this week; some things might feel strange, out of order, mixed up. This is a week for rearranging, for putting the pieces back together, for changing the shape of your world if you want to, if you need it. It might not sound like it but it’s such a gift, such a blessing, such a chance. This week you can rebuild your heart and you can rebuild your home and you can make things better; you can make it right. Cook foods that take a long time; cook meals that make you feel strong.
Today’s image was made specially for Madame Clairevoyant by Jen May.

Wow. My life is so in flux at the moment and last week I had a solid two year plan, today I have no idea. The next 6 months I guess are pretty certain and then beyond that, I really don&#8217;t know. My world could definitely use a re-shape, it&#8217;s been in an unsatisfying holding pattern that last year or so and it&#8217;s time for a change.

therumpus:

The Rumblr’s in-house astrologer, Madame Clairevoyant, presents her latest dispatch from the stars:

Cancer: Some things might feel messy this week; some things might feel strange, out of order, mixed up. This is a week for rearranging, for putting the pieces back together, for changing the shape of your world if you want to, if you need it. It might not sound like it but it’s such a gift, such a blessing, such a chance. This week you can rebuild your heart and you can rebuild your home and you can make things better; you can make it right. Cook foods that take a long time; cook meals that make you feel strong.

Today’s image was made specially for Madame Clairevoyant by Jen May.

Wow. My life is so in flux at the moment and last week I had a solid two year plan, today I have no idea. The next 6 months I guess are pretty certain and then beyond that, I really don’t know. My world could definitely use a re-shape, it’s been in an unsatisfying holding pattern that last year or so and it’s time for a change.

So depending on how this week goes I maybe heading to Australia. 

I have enough money in my TFSA to cover the minimum funds available. I’ll stay here and work through the fall so I’ll be able to save even more. Flights seem to range from about $950 to $1400 depending on when I go (Pre/post Christmas and how close to Christmas). 

It’d be a nice way to spend a couple of years. I think result in so much needed perspective after living in this crap town for the last 4. 

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Grad school reject. Which I am actually shocked by. I’m trying really hard to not cry at my desk, but I honestly have no idea what I am doing with my life now.

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curliestofcrowns:

so to build my lifeskills and whatnot

who amongst you has moved far away from a home they loved very much? how did you handle it? what did you do to make it easier?

also who lives in brooklyn/nyc or DC and would be willing to be a support network for a delicate baby princess aka me?

I was 21 when I moved here. 3.5 years later I still don’t love it (I moved for school not work though, so I think that has a lot to do with it; much of my undergrad experience wasn’t super positive).

School made it a bit different because there was built in socialization amongst my peers. I met my first love here, and that has influenced a lot of my time here, in a generally good way. 

BE INVOLVED. Find something outside of work that you love and where you meet like-minded individuals. I fence, and i don’t know what I would do without the amazing support network that I’ve developed through that. 

Make sure you’re OK with being alone (but also, certain internet hangouts help a lot with that). Get a cat (that has helped so much). 

You’ll cry and that’s OK.

I would eventually try and visit you in NYC/DC! WOOO EAST COAST LYFE

Training videos are terrible, but hey I finally know what generation I belong to! Thanks Home Depot.

travelingcolors:

Bondinho do Pão de Açúcar, Rio de Janeiro | Brazil (by Diego Antonello)

I got to do this for my 21st birthday. It was pretty fucking amazing.

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I just watched the How I Met Your Mother finale…. It hit me right relationship feels.