To force some forever identity on other people is stupid. Point out...– Kathleen Hanna (via loveyourchaos)
20 Creative Bookshelves
beauty-in-filth: whenyouthinkhappiness: 1. Yin-Yang 2. READ 3. Upside-down Shelf 4. Table-inset Shelf 5. Falling Books Shelf 6. Pac Man Shelf 7. Bed Shelf 8. Mario Shelf 9. Map of the USA Shelf 10. Shelf with a Reading Nook 11. Tree Branch Shelf 12. Hanging Binders 13. Tree Shelf 14. Reading Pod Shelf 15. Geometric Shelf 16. Nest Shelf 17. Ring...
We were so fucking young. And then suddenly, we weren’t.– soaringsoul (via loveyourchaos)
Black Fashion: How to wear a scarf as a necklace →
downlo: Garance looks great here, doesn’t she? The best part of this outfit is the interesting way she’s wearing her Hermes scarf. Keep reading to see how she did it: 1. Lay a square scarf flat on the floor/bed/table. Take two opposing corners and fold them into the middle of the…
The most important things are the hardest things to say. They are the things you...– Stephen King (via oxblood)
We are become pals!: Chapter 3. →
wearebecomepals: Jane and Helen walked everywhere. The bus was expensive and slow, and the bus didn’t go most places. They walked home from school, a different way every day, just roaming the streets, just enjoying each other’s company. They skipped school to go to the library, some days. Then they sat…
Somebody loves you if they don’t mind the quiet. They don’t mind running errands...– How To Tell If Somebody Loves You « Thought Catalog (via rosiee)
Every Thug Needs A lady - Alkaline Trio...
Everybody has a secret world inside of them. All of the people of the world, I...– Neil Gaiman (via saddest-summer)
Fifteen to eighteen percent of girls under twelve now wear mascara, eyeliner and...– “How To Talk To Little Girls” by Lisa Bloom (via crookedindifference)
Natural hair Rules!: Our Crown, Our Glory, Our... →
blkgirlsrock: In my earlist childhood memories, I began my day with strict hair routine. My mother would rise early, usually around 4:oo A.M., to prepare herself for work and get my siblings and me ready for school. Whenever I heard the shrill of her alarm clock, I knew that my sister and I would soon be…