swiftcanada13:

Record breaking 7 time Grammy award winner Taylor Alison fUCKING SWIFT is more proud of her header on twitter than she is of the reCORD SHE JUST BROKE CAn I get a round of applause. Stay humble Swift we love the fuck out of you

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flowury:

you ever wanna wear a daring outfit but it’s still the beginning of the year and you’re like no…. … … not this soon … theyre not ready …… . but i will have my time of glory . .

lucashelfstein asked: Any tips for being an intellectual badass?

not-now-im-studying:

1. Read everyday. Consistency, Consistency, Consistency, Consistency.

2. Take notes on what you read. You can get a little notebook and write down the most important quotes, that way you always remember it. Our short term memory is not very good with holding information if we only read it once. 

3. Read about everything. Broaden your mind. Science, math, history, english literature, languages etc. ex-Don’t just stick to reading about romance novels or YA. Read about healthcare, companies, computers, philosophers. (The library has everything, go use it!)

4. Write. Get a notebook and write about what you have learned, how you feel about it, what you think about it, what you like and don’t like about it etc. 

5. Just don’t give a fuck about people’s opinions. They don’t matter. In school we try so hard to impress people who don’t even care about us, its stupid to worry about them.

6. Be alone. Being alone doesn’t mean you are going to be lonely. You have your books, and your videos, and music and coffee, and knowledge. Books are the most constant of friends. 

1. You don’t mind staying in on a beautiful weekend. You don’t call random people to hang out on a sunny Saturday. You’d rather catch up on your reading or watch your favorite re-runs.

2. You are sincerely happy for your friends’ milestones; engagements, weddings and new babies.

3. You don’t feel uncomfortable when you go out with other couples.

4. When someone asks about your relationship status, you answer honestly without batting an eye, because you don’t see anything embarrassing about being alone in a couple-filled world.

5. You can dine out, watch a movie, or travel all by yourself.

6. When people think something’s wrong with you because you’re still single, you conclude that there’s something wrong with them.

7. Your calendar is always full: vacations, breakfast/lunch/dinner with old friends, movie date with your siblings or friends, seminars and other important activities outside work/school.

8. You forgot how it is to be dating or to be in a relationship. How many times do you need to send them messages? Which decisions do you need to consult with them? Do they need to know where you’re going for lunch and what you’re having?

9. You ignore the sweet nothings you receive in your inbox or phone because you don’t have time for someone you know is not serious or is not showing “potential” for a partner.

10. You are genuinely happy with where you are right now.

11. Your plans may involve settling down, but you’re not pressured on doing it any time soon.

12. You hate the idea of asking someone’s permission if you need to buy something or go somewhere. You come and you go as you please.

13. You enjoy your own company that you don’t feel like you’re missing out on something.

14. You heart goes out to those who are afraid to be alone and wish they’ll someday see the light and embrace singleness.

15. You’re not bitter about your failed relationships anymore. You are actually grateful that it ended. If it didn’t, you wouldn’t be this happy right now.

—15 Signs You’re Too Comfortable Being Single - Lux Ganzon (via hforhakim)

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