Rotating, regardless.

yonderarebeards:

I always take a bath when I’m sad and I must confess that these days I do worry about becoming a full-time raisin

can-u-not-my-wayward-son:

swagolasthranduilion:

can-u-not-my-wayward-son:

can-u-not-my-wayward-son:

I GOT THE INSIDE OUT OF A FUCKING TWO POUND COIN

UPDATE: I have just found out that this was illegal

WEEEEWOOOOOWEEEEEEWOOOOOWEEEEEWOOOOO RUN MOTHERFUCKER

[SCREAMING]
I want to change the world;
Instead, I sleep.

Keep Breathing, Ingrid Michaelson

Pretty much got student life down to a tee, Ingrid.

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reblooged:

This article is excellent.

Forward this to every ahistorical atheist you know

tedywestside:

me tryin’ to get my life together

MUSICAL NOTATION, AS DESCRIBED BY CATS

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(I would have liked to crop some of these gifs (like the accent ones) to make them more accurate but alas, I lack the skills.)

heartfilledminds:

If you have never heard about the spoon theory, I suggest that you read this article:here

The spoon theory describes how people with chronic illnesses live.

Each day, I start with this jar. I never know how many spoons are in there. Did I sleep well, what did I do yesterday, am I getting the flu, what’s the weather like? All these things and a lot more influence how much spoons I have to spend. 

I always hope I have a lot of spoons, but the last couple of weeks my number of spoons has been steadily decaying, leaving me bed-bound for most of the day.

My photos about being ill