choibaby:

arachnocat:

remember when I “Elsa’d” my hair
remember when my hair was long enough to “Elsa”

I tried to replicate ur makeup here and it was hard dammit but its so pretty

choibaby:

arachnocat:

remember when I “Elsa’d” my hair

remember when my hair was long enough to “Elsa”

I tried to replicate ur makeup here and it was hard dammit but its so pretty

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grrrlfever:

my life became 600% better when i started acting like a self obsessed piece of shit like 10/10 would recommend

even if u don’t actually genuinely love yourself its fuckin fun to act like you think you’re the human embodiment of perfection go on try it life’s too short to not fall in love with yourself

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cute-colored-hair:

COLORED HAIR BLOG ♥ ♥ ♥ | INSTAGRAM | PERSONAL TUMBLR

cute-colored-hair:

COLORED HAIR BLOG ♥ ♥ ♥ | INSTAGRAM | PERSONAL TUMBLR

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inkcoyote asked: How do you typically get over writers block/ avoid getting stuck? And do you have any tips for avoiding pointless parts that add nothing to the story?

maggie-stiefvater:

Rightly or wrongly, I assume my subconscious knows the story that I’m trying to tell, so I generally further assume that writer’s block means that I’ve wandered away from that story.

So my solution for writer’s block is to open a new document, name it OUTTAKES. Then I look at my original manuscript and highlight every single bit of novel that I am not thrilled by. Then I cut it and paste it into outtakes, so I can pretend I’ll use it again.

I guess maybe sometimes I use it again.

I had 150,000 words of outtakes for Dream Thieves. It was a novel I really, really wanted to get right.

prazethetrinity:

Hannah speaking the truth 

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romiress asked: I love the Raven Boys. I really do. But my all time favorite couple is Ronan and Adam, because they seem to make each other so much better. Do... do I have any hope? Should I have hope?

maggie-stiefvater:

Well, Ronan does.

staceythinx:

Lovely Water by Cian McKenna is a series of images and videos

McKenna on his project:

A bit of straight-forward and altogether meaningless eye candy you might say, or a visual exploration of a place I love. Lovely Water is an ongoing project that is added to following every trip down to the sea armed with a camera and a strong desire to go for a swim.

These images and videos are taken in a sheltered cove known deceptively as ‘the 40ft’ in Sandycove, Dublin. It has been frequented by all manner of nudey and not nudey bathers since the days of Joyce (RIP) and is altogether wonderful year round.

Lovely Water from Cian McKenna on Vimeo.

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mydrunkkitchen:

buzzfeed:

buzzfeedfood:

Toasts with the most: 21 awesome energy-boosting breakfast ideas

Dang.

BUT WHICH IS THE TOAST WITH THE MOST???

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speedo-trolls:

alittledeer:

rozenn-blog:

Vous les connaissez déjà, mais les voici en grande taille ! ^^

THIS IS LIKE…. A PRONGHORN ZEBRA UNICORN IM SO HERE FOR THIS OMG

I

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red-lipstick:

Gobugi aka Park Jung Eun (Korean) - 1: Headache, 2012  2: Luminous 2, 2013  3: The Sun Sank, 2012  4: Untitled, 2012  5: Trapeze, 2012  6: Drowning, 2012  7: Your Way To, 2012  8: Untitled, 2011  9: Not Alone, 2012  10: Breath, 2013    Digital Arts: Paintings

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kawaiivern:

Current mood: Intimidating lesbian

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