ufocottoncandy:


“Normal is getting dressed in clothes that you buy for work and driving through traffic in a car that you are still paying for - in order to get to the job you need to pay for the clothes and the car, and the house you leave vacant all day so you can afford to live in it.”
 ― Ellen Goodman

ufocottoncandy:

“Normal is getting dressed in clothes that you buy for work and driving through traffic in a car that you are still paying for - in order to get to the job you need to pay for the clothes and the car, and the house you leave vacant all day so you can afford to live in it.”


Ellen Goodman

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Posted 1 month ago with 122397 notes

godmoves:

My heart hurts for the ladies and the guys who feel they need to find their worth in another human being.

Your worth is not measured in how many sweet compliments you receive or how many kisses that are left on your lips.

You are worth far more than human touch and feelings. Your true worth is…

Posted 1 month ago with 142 notes
“Twenty years from now it won’t matter what shoes you wore, how your hair looked, or what kind of jeans you bought. What will matter is what you learned and how you used it.”
—Unknown (via perfect)

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Posted 1 month ago with 30408 notes

jordieham:

i naturally look mean but it keeps the weak people away

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Posted 1 month ago with 41663 note

spiritualinspiration:

A lot of times, it can be easier to have faith for the future. We believe “one day” we’ll get a good break. “One day” we’ll feel better. “One day” the problem will turn around. If we’re not careful, we’re always putting our faith off, believing that in the future something good is going to happen. But, true faith is always in the present. God is called “the Great I Am” not “the Great I Will Be.” He wants to show you His goodness, His favor and His mercy today!

If this is going to happen, you can’t just have faith for the future. You have to believe that “today is my day.” “This could be the day my health improves.” “This could be the day I get the phone call I’ve been waiting for.” “This could be the day my child comes back home.” There has to be an expectancy that something good is going to happen. Not next week. Not next year. Not in the sweet by and by. No, expect that today is your day and watch what God will do in every area of your life!

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Posted 3 months ago with 3826 notes

whathappensinadops:

StumbleUpon is looking for an account manager in NYC. If you’re reading this you (probably) qualify for at least one of their requirements. 

Shout out to Ben Hardy (@bbhardy), Mark Bartels (@markbartels), and StumbleUpon (@stumbleupon).

**On that note- if you see any references to this site in the wild (I hear rumor that Google uses a post in their DFP training), let me know about it. You can either tweet me or send a message.**

Posted 6 months ago with 6 notes

Captured today’s sunset. :)🌆🌅

Captured today’s sunset. :)🌆🌅

THIS. 👍

THIS. 👍

Happy 2nd birthday, Elysse! :)

Happy 2nd birthday, Elysse! :)

Ang mga bagay na tinalukuran ko dati, ngayon nagbabalik loob na ko. Wew! Kelangan ko pumuyat!!! Hahahaha!

Ang mga bagay na tinalukuran ko dati, ngayon nagbabalik loob na ko. Wew! Kelangan ko pumuyat!!! Hahahaha!

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