Where to begin?
Finding solace
  • Towards the end of the road

    It’s never a good sign when you can’t distinguish between missing someone or missing having a person around. I’m probably somewhere between the two.

    Putting 3 years into words in hopes of feeling better sooner but I know that’s not how it works.

    I hide behind my face, all smiles and jokes. I guess I haven’t fully processed this but then again, that’s what I’ve been telling people — “I haven’t processed this”. But what will that look like? What does “processing” entail? Giant-ass bucket of ice cream? Drinks?

    Loneliness is probably the worst feeling around. I should know, seniors tell me all the time, I’m without friends, family, I shut people out with snarky attitudes and a downright cold personality. Maybe one day, it’ll all change

    Time will do what time does best.

  • "Healing doesn’t mean the damage never existed. It means the damage no longer controls our life."
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  • Basil pesto, cucumbers, tomatoes, red onions, fried egg

  • Mondays aren’t so bad (at Lafarge Lake)

  • It’s been a beautiful Wednesday.

  • unconsumption:

    An interesting, and somewhat confrontational, campaign to reduce consumption, featuring a shoe made of “shoreline rubbish.”

    More at: EVERYTHING YOU BUY IS RUBBISH

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  • ✈ throwbacks on a Monday. 🗽
    #NYC #TheMet

  • Photos of Jimmy Fallon doing the Polar Plunge

    His expression!

    (Source: beeishappy, via splitsider)

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  • Tuesday Thoughts

    I’ve finally decided to pull myself out of my pathetic post-vacation misery. Something that should’ve been done the minute my jet lag diminished… Oh wells, better late than never?

    These past 2 weeks have been depressive, weepy, and just infinitely dark. I have no reasonable explanations, just weak excuses.

    But there really isn’t time for that apathy, school work is piling up and of course, it’s no good to start a term playing catch up.

    Does it sound horrible to say that I’ll will myself to smile more this week? Well, it needs to be done (that risorius muscle’s gettin’ lazy). Concentrate on day-to-day activities, and just live in the now without judging my surrounding.

    Mindfulness?

  • iamyoustudio:

    If you keep these things in your kitchen you will never stress about what to eat again….  Because, let’s be honest, cooking in modern, urban environments is not necessarily a piece of cake.  In fact, it can often be a confusing, expensive, tiring pain in the …… Which is why I am here to help.  Here is a list of things I keep in the kitchen, so that I can make any of my 10 minute meals on the fly, without mess or hassle, but full of goodness, nutrients, and relaxing hotness inside and out.

    • Avocado
    • Baby Spinach, 1 large box
    • Tomatoes, box of baby or 1 large
    • Corn Tortillas
    • Quinoa, prepared or dry
    • Almonds
    • Peas, fresh or frozen
    • Zucchini
    • Broccoli, fresh or frozen
    • Tomato Soup, Organic Pre Made
    • Eggs, organic cage free
    • Quinoa, prepared or dry
    • Pepper, black and red
    • Onion, white or red
    • Garlic, pre peeled
    • Olive Oil
    • Balsamic Vinegar
    • Lemon
    • Orange
    • Blueberries

    These items can be re worked into a myriad of different meals and snacks, as you can see here, and do not go bad easily.. so you can buy them once every couple weeks and be good to go!  Happy eating! 

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