• Musings

    Things I learned in my 20's!

    living on a rent robs you wine/ whisky > any other drink living with your brother isn’t that bad you love your family more than ever before it’s okay to fail sometimes, it is! if you need some guidance, ask for it watch the news, read blogs, learn about different people you are not what others think you are travelling is the best money you can spend skin care is important – moisturize multivitamins! exercise sunscreen is must you get what you need, not what you want. dogs are awesome judge less do more call your parents everyday it’s okay to be an introvert help people my mom is right…

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    Type of love I hope to build

    i don’t want blinking white teeth, six abs, perfect hair or anything like that – that’s not required. i know these things change and i don’t want us to be temporary. i want us to be adventurous. not the type where we stop our lives and go for a crazy holiday, but the one where we try to be adventurous by pushing ourselves out of our comfort zone. try new things, bake something different and new in the middle of the night that we never ate before because we feel like getting a little crazy. try sleeping on the roof because we are bored with the comfort of our bed.…

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    Don’t Marry The Girl You Love..

    via – http://momentarylpaseofreason.blogspot.in/ i really enjoyed reading this, hope you guys like it too! Don’t marry the girl you love. Leave HER. Just to prove that you can get someone better. Pick someone from the pretty photos your mom showed you. Choose her from you dad’s matched horoscopes. Date her from the single colleagues in your office. Get a fancy marriage. Take her to Mauritius. Remark on the natural beauty. Keep silent about hers. Don’t be alarmed when you feel a deep lingering regret. Be alarmed when you don’t feel anything. Ignore the eagerness of a new bride. Talk a lot when you can’t. But nothing of significance. Shut up if she…

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    About Honoring yourself..

    your needs don’t make you too much. they don’t make you selfish or weak or greedy. they make you human. we all have needs. and those hungers aren’t something we should feel ashamed of. they’re normal, we didn’t get enough of them as children hungers. affections we’ve been deprived of by the people who are supposed to care for us. connections we needed to feel whole and spaces we needed to feel safe. cravings we’ve been taught we didn’t deserve. appetites we’ve learned to suppress and fill with guilt. again and again we’ve neglected our needs because we’ve been taught that they were too much— that we were too much. but we don’t…