"Maybe today will be your big day and I hope that it is, but you don’t have to feel bad if it isn’t. Today doesn’t have to be perfect. It doesn’t have to be the day you change your life, the day you fix your problems, the day you start a new project, the day you heal, the day you win. Maybe today can just be the day you get out of bed or the day you are kinder to yourself than you were yesterday. Today doesn’t have to be everything. It just has to be today. It’s enough. It’s okay. There will be other days. There will be other chances. Until then, just enjoy this one as much as you can."

— (via pleasestopbeingsad)

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I’d rather live failing than spend my days never trying. Failing doesn’t make me a failure. Failing means I am trying. It means I am stepping beyond my fears and striving for something more. Failing just means that next time I have learn from my mistakes and form them into my triumphs.

So I’m going to try, and if and when I fail I’m going to take a deep breath, and then try again.


— Dele Olanubi (via bealightinthedark)

(via clinicallydepressedpug)


TurboRoo, a chihuahua born without its front legs, was given a 3D printed cart made by San Diego firm 3dyn so he could train to be a service dog for disabled children.

(via lechatrouge)

"People seriously
the dedication recovery
You cannot avoid it,
nor can you speed through it.
You must
take your time.
Your path may alter,
your rest stops may change,
but you will be
for it."

Michelle K., How do You Recover? pt. 6. (via michellekpoems)

(via anditslove)

"Never apologize for burning too brightly or collapsing into yourself every night. That is how galaxies are made."

— Tyler Kent White  (via forlornes)

(Source: allwereallyneedisweed, via iwaslostsoi)

"Asking for help is not being selfish, it’s doing what you need to in order to survive."

selfcarereminders (via selfcarereminders)

(via clinicallydepressedpug)


Since Everybody is doing it… Here are my 6 favorite selfies🌻🌻🌻

(via stophatingyourbody)



just because someone is more talented than you, doesn’t diminish your own talent.

just because someone is stronger than you, doesn’t discount your own resilience.

just because someone is better able to support a friend in the way that they need sometimes, doesn’t mean you’re not helping them or that you’re not as good of a friend.

just because someone is better at their job than you are, doesn’t mean you’re not contributing to your workplace.

think about it: saying “she’s more athletic so that means i’m not athletic enough” is as ridiculous as saying “he’s 30 years old so that means i’m not 22 years old.” 

that’s not to say we should all stop trying to ever improve or work on ourselves—rather, it’s a reminder that what each of us has to offer the world is valuable, and that value is inherent in its existence. what anyone else has to offer the world is unrelated.

you do not need to bring someone down to bring yourself up. likewise, someone else going up does not indicate that you are going down.

there is no world quota on goodness.


Cool down art / pep talk


Cool down art / pep talk

(via femifeisty)

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