Fifth Harmony in Kode 2 Summer ‘14
themightydonana said: Haha I would agree too but this guy was mega hefty and likely in his late 60's
Ow owwwww ;) hahahah interesting gym you attend
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Fact submitted by: bonjourtammy
my life got about a thousand times better once i stopped censoring myself
and by censoring i don’t mean i suddenly embraced indiscriminate swearing; i mean i stopped trying to sugarcoat my past or my feelings; i stopped lying by omission; i stopped having guilty pleasures; i began unabashedly enjoying whatever i liked; i became very honest; i cut out of my life poisonous people and negative ideals, and i am so, so much happier for it
You would think after 4 years of being on tumblr and finally getting a job that requires me to wake up early in the morning I would stop staying up late till 2 fucking am scrolling through my dash
You would think
"You see you wouldn’t ask why the rose that grew from the concrete had damaged petals. On the contrary, we would all celebrate its tenacity."
Tupac Shakur (via biomarker)
this is amazing
erickjasonn said: I'm going to end up trying that mental boot camp idea. I've always done mental health days, but you took it a step further :D
yaaaah! I think we all do it subconsciously, it’s just a matter of doing it consciously instead.
Throughout my life, I’ve gone through various ‘mental bootcamps’ in which I spend several weeks ingraining a certain mentality in my head. The first (and longest) instance in which this phenomenon occurred was when I was going through the process of coming out as gay. This bootcamp consisted of constant mental notes to myself that being gay was okay. This mental bootcamp consisted of some physical exercises too; namely, admitting I was gay when someone asked me about my sexual orientation.
That bootcamp was quite long and arduous, but I can say I’ve reached a point in my life where I am more than proud of the strides I’ve made in terms of my sexuality. Not only am I open with myself, I am open with my friends and family as well. To know that I am loved and accepted by my loved ones through and through is such a liberating experience.
I always see self-growth as a never-ending process. Today, at 20 years old, a 3rd year in college, I’ve found that my next mental bootcamp is shedding my consciousness over how others perceive me.
I was speaking to a friend the other day about my anxiety of sharing my work with the public for fear of losing my neutrality with the world, for opposing opinions. She made a good point when she quoted her professor, saying something along the lines of not losing anything when someone disapproves of your work.
I think this mentality could carry on for everything in life, really. What do I have to lose when others chide me for my actions and decisions? Ultimately, I am living life for myself, with my happiness as the end goal.
Not anyone else’s.