I just want a little bit of everything///

happy, free, confused, and lonely in the best way

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They say that it takes forty-three muscles to frown and only seventeen to smile. So please, don’t frown. Don’t dwell on the could-bes and mistakes and regrets. Don’t settle for this rotten feeling, these decayed remains of the past burning and smoking inside of you, this feeling that’s making your lungs feel claustrophobic and close to giving up. Don’t waste your time frowning, don’t waste the energy that your body works so damn hard to make for you. Don’t frown. Smile. Go to the park and smile at everyone you meet. Go outside right before the moon takes the stage, and fall in love with the way the sky blushes when the sun bids her goodnight. Fall in love with the constellation of cracks in the sidewalk that fill up with water and grey skies whenever it rains, the coffee blend of small talk and conversations you hear when you’re in line at Starbucks, the smell of new books in your favorite bookstore. Fall in love with a kind of flower you’ve never seen before and memorize its smell until you can still smell it right before you’re about to fall asleep. Fall in love with the innocence that this world still has to offer, and fall in love with it the way the autumn leaves fall in love with the ground in September. Fall in love, and don’t forget to smile.
 And don’t forget to smile || n.s.t. (via dearyesterdays)

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You will always be too much of something for someone: too big, too loud, too soft, too edgy. If you round out your edges, you lose your edge.

Apologize for mistakes. Apologize for unintentionally hurting someone — profusely. But don’t apologize for being who you are.

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