slayboybunny:

A mystery we may never solve

slayboybunny:

A mystery we may never solve

therumpus:

Yumi Saskugawa’s Visitor

therumpus:

Yumi Saskugawa’s Visitor

findingmyrecovery:

This IS the best I can do

I am NOT slacking off

I am NOT using my mental illness as an excuse

It IS ok that my best is not the same as other people’s bests

(Source: lijepa-ptica)

thisishangingrockcomics:

so bored @ work i started doodling all these shit comics on business cards

thisishangingrockcomics:

so bored @ work i started doodling all these shit comics on business cards

Me n Fi

Me n Fi

(Source: cait-hickey)

Getting Sodas
The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die
Whenever, If Ever

(Source: lackofabetterword)

princess

princess

tasnimsmentalroadtrip:

All of this is temporary
All of this is temporary
All of this is temporary
All of this is temporary
All of this is temporary
All of this is temporary
All of this is temporary
All of this is temporary
All of this is temporary
All of this is temporary
All of this is temporary
All of this is temporary
All of this is temporary
All of this is temporary
All of this is temporary

mujeristaxicana:

fire-go-on-and-fire:

La Gran Rigoberta Menchu, Valencia St. San Francisco

this is from the Maestra Peace Mural on the Women’s Building

mujeristaxicana:

fire-go-on-and-fire:

La Gran Rigoberta Menchu, Valencia St. San Francisco

this is from the Maestra Peace Mural on the Women’s Building

miguelmarquezoutside:

Temporary wet weather signage recently placed in various Sydney locations.

(Source: moosekleenex)

livertaker:

make yourself strong

On making your bed

dearcoquette:

Is it strange that your advice to start by making your bed brought tears to my eyes? Being suicidal is basically the most difficult thing I’ve had to live with (pun slightly intended) and the simplicity of that first step… it just hit home. Thank you.


It may seem simple, but making your bed is quietly one of the most important daily rituals a person can have. I promise, it will change your life. I know that sounds like hyperbole, but it’s not. Those of you who already do it know exactly what I mean.

First and foremost, making your bed forces you to get out of it. That’s not necessarily a small feat, especially if you’re suffering from depression. Not only are you out of bed, but you can’t get back in. It’s a line of demarcation that officially starts your day.

More than that, though, it’s a ceremonial act of respect for oneself. It’s a deliberate measure of control that you can always take, even when the rest of your life is complete and utter chaos.

Do it. Every damn morning. It only takes a minute, but it will have a cascading effect that subtly improves everything else about the rest of your day, right up to the moment when you get to crawl back in to a well made bed at night.

When I think of all the truly successful people I’ve known in my life, the ones who really have their shit together, all of them — every last one — routinely make their beds every single morning. This is not a coincidence.