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zeldathemes
c'est moi vie
and it's kind of a mess

My name is Maggie. I'm twenty one. I live in Florida. I think I'm meant to be an adult now, but I'd rather not.

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I’m really frustrated. I want to be stressing over finals and freaking out over how many credit hours I have left and be complaining about how I only slept for an hour last night because it’s finals week and I needed to study. But instead, the only things you’ll find on my schedule are appointments with two different therapists and my psychiatrist and I’m just really tired of being like this. 

True Life: I like a guy in an anxiety/addiction clinic with extremely limited contact and I have no idea when he’s coming home….oh and we broke up out of no where. 

  #my life    #i should have a television show  

There are still days that I feel there is no hope for me. I think about harming myself all the time. But I’ve developed (for the most part) the discipline I need to keep my head level. And for that, I am thankful. 

It is not the length of life, but the depth.
Ralph Waldo Emerson (via observando)
livingbetweenseconds:

well it started out inspirational

livingbetweenseconds:

well it started out inspirational

Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s courage.
Anaïs Nin (via observando)

Poe’s Law: That moment when a Fox Business commentator sounds just like a Disney villain.

I will carry 17 grocery bags or die trying before making two trips.
me (via lastisle)

sirbombalot:

Fill your heart with bees. If someone breaks your heart, then they have to deal with the bees.

dalithesquilly:


luperious:

fitformyfuture:

l-etsgetphysical:

59kgs:

Fast food

THEY SHOULD REPLACE MCDONALD’S WITH SHOPS LIKE THIS

at mcdonald prices -_-

100%

I’ll take it all.

dalithesquilly:

luperious:

fitformyfuture:

l-etsgetphysical:

59kgs:

Fast food

THEY SHOULD REPLACE MCDONALD’S WITH SHOPS LIKE THIS

at mcdonald prices -_-

100%

I’ll take it all.

  #why is fruit so expensiveeeeeee?  

elisaddiq:

terarroni:

While this may be a big “duh” to a lot of U.S. citizens, a recent study which has been made open for public viewing concludes that the United States’ system of government is closer to that of a (corporate) oligarchy than it is a democracy. That is to say that power is vested within a small group of people, as opposed to the majority.

Historically speaking, oligarchies generally devolve into tyrannical states due to the concentration of power (usually based on class) with a smaller group of people who generally do not agree with the interests or preferences of the majority; these types of frictions lead to oppression by making some people more “equal” than others, as demonstrated in George Orwell’s Animal Farm, essentially giving people certain rights, but allowing those rights more freely to certain groups.

I remember in the 6th grade when we were learning about different types of governments and we got to oligarchy I said to the teacher “Oh so that’s what America is right?” and he looked at me like i was crazy and said “No Elijah, America is a democracy because the citizens also have power” and I said “what power?” and he said “We can vote” and I was kind of quite for a little bit because i thought he was gonna say something else and I was like “Is that it?” and he just went on to the next lesson

mollylover:

finally a store that caters to my needs

mollylover:

finally a store that caters to my needs