Please note that I have changed my age to “22” despite being some five months late in the matter; I’ve finally given in to the realization that I am no longer “FINALLY LEGAL” but have finally crossed the line into my twenties. God, help me.

tinyfractures:

“We are the girls with anxiety disorders, filled appointment books, five-year plans. We take ourselves very, very seriously. We are the peacemakers, the do-gooders, the givers, the savers. We are on time, overly prepared, well read, and witty, intellectually curious, always…

There’s never enough time for the things I want to do. Should I spend today reading about health policy, then I lose my ability to free read. My routine breakfast cereal leaves no room for scones and clotted cream; tonight I’m having dinner with an old friend (Blue Water Grill! terribly excited) and will skip out on exercise for the fifth consecutive month.

You know what would be a wonderful solution to fitting everything I would like to do into my life? A schedule. An honest-to-goodness every day has its duties and dues schedule.

Sometimes, growing up can be so bland.

Shouldn’t every children’s book be like this?

WHAT IS THIS SORCERY.

I’m already lucky to have traveled where I have; I can’t remember the last Christmas I spent in the US. Still - wanderlust! I need to leave before medical school ties me down. First items to procure: a traveling companion, and amount of funds > 0.

1. Get cape2. Wear cape3. ????4. PROFIT!!! 
~   

L.M. Montgomery  (via musingsinfemininity)

These days I feel lonely often, but I must remember that isn’t the end of the world.

(via musingsinfemininity)

Oh shoot, it’s sold out in my size! And they’re 40% off too! What a deal… oh shoot…

bookspaperscissors:

invincible spring, spreadthelove

Opaque  by  andbamnan