I love bunnies. I am a nerd and a geek. I love math. I love star trek and star wars. I love F.R.I.E.N.D.S. I love Big Bang! I love video games! I love arts and crafts, especially upcycling. I love internet memes. I want to understand and explore the world. I want to travel. I want to find myself. I want to laugh and smile. I want to love and be loved. I want to be happy. I have a bizarre sense of humor. I have changed my career path 3 times (generally after an immense amount of time and money has been put into educating myself for that career area). I lived in Australia for 4 months. I was a cheerleader. I played soccer and softball. I have worked as a server, in retail, as a framer at Michael's Arts and Crafts, and as a mentor. I wish I could conquer the world. I wish I could have it all. I have been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, but I do not let it define me. I am strong and smart. Basically, I am an awesome person to know!

 

coca-cola:

“We’re gonna need a bigger Coke.” #MovieQuotesThatShouldHaveBeen

Nice tie in

coca-cola:

“We’re gonna need a bigger Coke.” #MovieQuotesThatShouldHaveBeen

Nice tie in

Kids deserve better than a system that depends on kindness and grace from teachers.

fivecentwisdom:

Kids deserve better than a system that depends on kindness and grace from teachers. Kids deserve better than a system that depends on kindness and grace from teachers.

Kids deserve better than a system that depends on kindness and grace from teachers.

Absolutely!

But the 8-hour workday is too profitable for big business, not because of the amount of work people get done in eight hours (the average office worker gets less than three hours of actual work done in 8 hours) but because it makes for such a purchase-happy public. Keeping free time scarce means people pay a lot more for convenience, gratification, and any other relief they can buy. It keeps them watching television, and its commercials. It keeps them unambitious outside of work.

We’ve been led into a culture that has been engineered to leave us tired, hungry for indulgence, willing to pay a lot for convenience and entertainment, and most importantly, vaguely dissatisfied with our lives so that we continue wanting things we don’t have. We buy so much because it always seems like something is still missing.

Your Lifestyle Has Already Been Designed (via theaurore)

Interesting!!! I think I may need to read more….

(Source: beccap)

georgetakei:

Instantly add some seasoning to your food with one dash of these magic wands. It’s like magic! 
http://ohmyyy.gt/mKGoSW

Oh MAGIC!!!!

georgetakei:

Instantly add some seasoning to your food with one dash of these magic wands. It’s like magic!

http://ohmyyy.gt/mKGoSW

Oh MAGIC!!!!

perfectunoriginality:

I am (baby) Groot.
I couldn’t find a pattern for this so I winged it by looking at other images it’s definitely not great but I loved Guardians of the galaxy so much and loved baby Groot so I had to make something


Awesome!!!!

perfectunoriginality:

I am (baby) Groot.

I couldn’t find a pattern for this so I winged it by looking at other images it’s definitely not great but I loved Guardians of the galaxy so much and loved baby Groot so I had to make something

Awesome!!!!

inonechart:

How to Tell If Your Body is Bikini-Ready

I love this chart!!!!  You wear a bikini for you and no one else….who cares if you lost that last 5 lbs!!!!

inonechart:

How to Tell If Your Body is Bikini-Ready

I love this chart!!!! You wear a bikini for you and no one else….who cares if you lost that last 5 lbs!!!!

gemmacorrell:

This is the full image from last week’s chart over at Medium. Check back tomorrow at www.medium.com/i-love-charts for a new one (it’s going to be a weekly thing…) as well as other great charts by Jessica Hagy, The Frogman and Cody Westphal.

Sometimes having a positive body image requires you to laugh at societal expectations

gemmacorrell:

This is the full image from last week’s chart over at Medium.
Check back tomorrow at www.medium.com/i-love-charts for a new one (it’s going to be a weekly thing…) as well as other great charts by Jessica Hagy, The Frogman and Cody Westphal.

Sometimes having a positive body image requires you to laugh at societal expectations

I don’t talk about my illness so that you will feel sorry for me. I talk about it so you will know what I’m going through, why I am the way I am. I don’t want your pity. I want your understanding.

And sometimes, I talk about it because I had a bad day and just like you, talking about the bad thing makes me feel better. I just so happens I have a lot of bad days and my illness is usually at the core of it.

(via chronicallyalive)

So true!