いす by カフェ
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When I loved myself enough, I began leaving whatever wasn’t healthy. This meant people, jobs, my own beliefs and habits - anything that kept me small. My judgement called it disloyal. Now I see it as self-loving. —
Kim McMillen (via asian-fitspiration)
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My style — it’s black, and it’s expensive. — Matty Healy, The 1975 (via chivalry-happens)
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Don’t change who you are for someone else. It might work for a bit, but it won’t last. You’ll end up regretting it more than you like them. You’ll want to leave, and it’ll be messy and emotional and they won’t understand, because all this time you were molding yourself to what they wanted you to be. And when you finally tell them that that joke they always make is offensive or that you don’t belong to them as much as they thought you did, they’ll look at you like you’re the villain, you’re the crazy person because you’re not going along with their usual bullshit.
So save yourself the time, and don’t alter your morals, your standards, your opinions, your views on the world to suit someone else. You’ll always go back to being you anyway. — Things I’ve Learned By Making A Mess (via keepcalmandride-on)
Jimmy’s wearing Shaq’s jacket and it might be the most ridiculous thing I’ve ever seen.