30 3 / 2013

Enchanted Kingdom 03.17.2013

23 3 / 2013

14 1 / 2013

(Source: makemestfu)

11 1 / 2013

(Source: staypozitive)

08 1 / 2013

07 1 / 2013

04 1 / 2013


Typo Sandwiches by David Schwen 

1. Sanswich

2. Chicago Dog

3. Taco

4. BLT

5. Grilled Cheese

6. Cubano

(via loveyouwithallmyart)

31 12 / 2012

Mom just gave me a panty with pocket. Cool Ma! :D 

28 12 / 2012

20 years from now

  • 1: I have a blog.
  • 2: Omg, I had a blog too when I was younger.
  • 1: What was it about?!
  • 3: It was about me.

12 12 / 2012


1) You’re going to get paid a lot less than you think. By the time taxes, retirement funds, Social Security and whatever other miscellaneous dollars are all deleted from your overall paycheck, you’re lucky if you can still afford to pay the rent and make even one sample sale this month.

2) You’re not going to like all of your coworkers, but be nice anyway. You may even find yourself trying to compete with some of them. But just remember that the competition is all in your head. Try to learn from them. You know what they say — to squash the enemy just bring them closer.

3) Your boss might have hired you, but that doesn’t mean you’re her or his favorite person on earth. Difficult bosses are a real challenge, and learning how to deal with them is one of the hardest lessons to learn in the office place. Or, you know, if you just can’t deal, find a new job! But how do you know that your next boss won’t be the same?

Read More

12 12 / 2012

12 12 / 2012

"People are afraid to pursue their most important dreams, because they feel like that they don’t deserve them, or that they’ll be unable to achieve them. We, their hearts, become fearful just thinking of loved ones who go away forever, or of moments that could have been good but weren’t, or of treasures that might have been found but were forever hidden in the sands. Because, when these things happen, we suffer terribly."

The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho (via thenineteenthsecond)

(via quote-book)

06 12 / 2012


Focus on the activities and people that make you happy. – Sometimes we make things complicated when they are really quite simple:  Find what it is that makes you happy and spend more time doing it.  Find who it is that makes you smile and spend more time with them.  Living your dream is really just a state of mind.  It’s feeling comfortable in your own skin, and realizing that where you are at any given moment is exactly where you want to be.  Thus, happiness and success in life is simply the gratifying combination liking yourself, liking what you do, and liking who you do it with.  

Trust your instincts on new opportunities. – Life is too short to wait.  Every new day is another chance to change your life.  Every great accomplishment starts with the decision to try.  Trust that little voice inside your head that says, “What if…” and then GO DO IT.  You would be surprised how often “what if” works.  And no, you’re not obligated to win every time.  You’re obligated to keep trying – to do the best you can do every day – to be better than you were yesterday.

Build the courage to face your fears. – Everything you want is on the other side of fear.  Don’t ever hesitate to give yourself a chance to be everything you are capable of being.  It’s better to cross the line and suffer the consequences of a lesson learned, than to just stare at that line for the rest of your life and always wonder.  And remember, courage doesn’t mean you don’t get afraid; courage means you don’t let your fear stop you.

Read More

06 12 / 2012

05 12 / 2012