Shutterstock “So, what do you do for a living?” Usually not quite a daunting question upon first meeting someone.
The Ashlee Simpson Show 1. YOU ARE NOT A MESS Your bed is unmade, your best clothes are dirty, you haven’t written a word of that paper, and you feel like you haven’t talked to your parents in days.
Shutterstock 1. You don’t need anybody to complete you. A relationship should better both of you, you have to each be complete on your own before you will ever be happy together.
There are many quotes about who the future belongs to. The many quotes tend to involve people who are daring and outspoken – people who walk into a room with an air of confidence about them that causes heads to turn.
Rasdak Rodríguez I don’t know if I love you anymore. They say if you have to ask yourself whether you love someone or not, then you don’t.
Shutterstock When it comes to Halloween two things become abundantly clear — you now have an excuse to buy and eat a whole bag of Reese Peanut Butter Cups, and it’s that time of year again where guys get an opportunity to don fake blood and crazy, goofy outfits while us girls have a pick of sexy nurse or sexy school girl costumes.
“Open-mindedness,” I would argue, is a term that has become synonymous with people who identify as politically liberal.
Shutterstock.com 1. Having to eat your food elsewhere for fear of judgment. The majority of the girls in your class are usually pretty fit, or just plain skinny.
For people who think their happiness will come with freedom and liberty and the ability to choose, we more often look to fate and purpose and morale and duty and culture and numbers and labels and titles and degrees to draw lines that we simply have to fill in.
Every time Guy Fieri sweats while eating, a beautiful Internet angel cries, and sometimes their tears form a video so perfect that it can only be described as “‘Guy Fieri Eating In Slow Motion To ‘Killing Me Softly.'” It’s a beautiful day to eat food stripped of all its nutritional value, why don’t you call your mother and tell her you love her?
Claiming it as a ‘celebration’ of KiKi’s 34th birthday, Entertainment Tonight recently published this video of a 13-year-old Kimmie Kakes bragging about how popular she is…and for some reason it is strangely endearing to me?
Shutterstock If you have young parents, you know it has many more perks than growing up to be pretty much friends with them.
Choosing to go into a creative career is one of my constant love/hate feelings (99% of the time I can’t get enough of it). I get to write for hours and develop new ideas.
My loneliness is eating me up and it scares me to no end. I haven’t felt like this in a long time. Usually I can ignore my emotions, keep it all in a bottle and put a tight cap on it.
Shutterstock 1. The modern day torture device that is a pair of scissors. You can either dig through the box of scissors for the one green pair of lefty scissors on the bottom, or you can risk trying to use the righty scissors.
Neil Krug Maybe the point of life is to always be lost. Maybe we’re not supposed to have our shit together, to have it figured out, to find our way.
One of the amazing things about humans’ capacity to reason is that we can rationalize anything to fit into our particular life narratives.
I’m not married. I’ve never been married. I don’t plan on getting married for quite some time. This is not an advice article about how to have the perfect marriage, written by someone who’s been married for several years and knows all the secrets.
Shutterstock / Pressmaster 1. Inviting friends to play Candy Crush Listen up Candy Crushers, we are all very much aware of the inescapable presence of Candy Crush on Facebook.
Yesterday I had to buy Tylenol at CVS and it was six dollars. I wanted to punch myself in the face. Partly because I was mad that Tylenol cost six dollars, but mostly because I was distressed over six dollars.