We as a society are used to being told what to do. Advertisements tell us to buy things and move as a consumer. The media serves as a confirmation bias by telling us how to think, when it's something we already had in the back of our minds
Just because you visually can’t see what it is that makes them “new," the automatic response is to shame and mock them
Instead of euphoria I felt pain and suddenly, the days of my life were running on autopilot.
we have no idea of the time, year, day or second that our lives will be cut short, why not live every day by making our mark.
Who we are in the online world is only a fraction, most times less of who we really are as a person. I think nowadays we really get wrapped up into an online persona
When you’re able to accept this fact and tell yourself that no one on this earth is solely responsible for your true happiness, you’re able to experience love in its true form.
I know what it feels like to have it appear that you have it all together and that everything is okay. I'm here to tell you that it is okay NOT to be okay.
“Make America Great Again” is built up on the old European barbaric idealization that nobody else has rights unless they say so.
I am vowing not to seek toxic validation nor surround myself by individuals who aren’t benefiting my life in any capacity.
There are a couple of old sayings that many of us have heard several times in life. Such as “follow your passion,” or “do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life.” However, what if you aren’t really sure what your “passion” is? It sounds so simple to “do what you … Continue reading “Follow Your Passion” Is the worst advice ever