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thegirlyoutfits:

This isn’t fashion related and I normally don’t reblog posts, but this is too important not to share. :)

thegirlyoutfits:

This isn’t fashion related and I normally don’t reblog posts, but this is too important not to share. :)


76/??? harry styles close-ups

76/??? harry styles close-ups

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dearteenagegirl:

Dear Girl, Seize the moment. This day, minute, hour, and second will never come again. Take advantage of the emotional, physical, mental, and spiritual state you currently in. Whether you are in a well or struggling state, just be thankful that you are still living and breathing. You will regret taking these moments for granted when you look back on it.
Make the most of a moment. Do something you have never done before. Explore the world. Learn new things. Expand your mind. Take advantage of the moment with anything that you do.
xoxo, Megan

dearteenagegirl:

Dear Girl,
Seize the moment. This day, minute, hour, and second will never come again. Take advantage of the emotional, physical, mental, and spiritual state you currently in. Whether you are in a well or struggling state, just be thankful that you are still living and breathing. You will regret taking these moments for granted when you look back on it.

Make the most of a moment. Do something you have never done before. Explore the world. Learn new things. Expand your mind. Take advantage of the moment with anything that you do.

xoxo,
Megan

One of the reasons why I don’t like the word “famous” …Because then people use it afterwards and they go like, “he used to be famous,” or, “he’s not famous anymore.” And it’s, like, just this weird thing of, like…. Like, I was a guy before, I was the same guy during, and I’m the same guy afterwards. But, like, people think that they can, like, label your life.

dearteenagegirl:

Dear Girl,
Women’s rights have always been a controversy when brought up as a topic of conversation. Yet, I could see the light as generations progress.
Every decade, women have changed the world. From Oprah Winfrey to Hillary Clinton, there are well- respected and successful women that have molded women to what they are today. Women have made a name for themselves in almost every business.
Literature: Emily Dickinson; J.K. Rowling; Stephanie Meyer;;
TV/Film: Audrey Hepburn; Angelina Jolie; Meryl Streep; Elizabeth Taylor; Marilyn Monroe
Music: Beyonce; Whitney Houston; Celine Dion; Billie Holiday; Adele
Politics: Hillary Clinton; Sarah Palin; Angela Merkel; Margaret Thatcher; Clara Barton; Malala Yousafzai
Journalism: Christiane Amanpour; Diane Sawyer; Barbara Walters; Linda Greenhouse
I am definite I am missing many wonderful women who have helped this gender flourish and make the world a better place, but the women that I have listed above have dedicated their lives to what they love and have shown the world all of their gifts and talents. So can we. 
Yet, I am not going to sugarcoat things. There is still a lot of work to do concerning rights and respect for our gender. 
Women have always been an object to the dominant gender, males. It roots back thousands of years back and can be visibly seen and obvious today as well. 
Unfortunately, there are still women in other countries around the world who are still gaining rights that first world female citizens have gained. 
We need to step up to society and prove that we have a brain, a mind, a world of creativity… and not just boobs and an ass. We could do it, girls. 
This generation needs to continue the tradition of exposing our God- given knowledge and talents to the world. 
We’re more than just a pretty face.
xoxo,
Megan ♡

dearteenagegirl:

Dear Girl,

Women’s rights have always been a controversy when brought up as a topic of conversation. Yet, I could see the light as generations progress.

Every decade, women have changed the world. From Oprah Winfrey to Hillary Clinton, there are well- respected and successful women that have molded women to what they are today. Women have made a name for themselves in almost every business.

Literature: Emily Dickinson; J.K. Rowling; Stephanie Meyer;;

TV/Film: Audrey Hepburn; Angelina Jolie; Meryl Streep; Elizabeth Taylor; Marilyn Monroe

Music: Beyonce; Whitney Houston; Celine Dion; Billie Holiday; Adele

Politics: Hillary Clinton; Sarah Palin; Angela Merkel; Margaret Thatcher; Clara Barton; Malala Yousafzai

Journalism: Christiane Amanpour; Diane Sawyer; Barbara Walters; Linda Greenhouse

I am definite I am missing many wonderful women who have helped this gender flourish and make the world a better place, but the women that I have listed above have dedicated their lives to what they love and have shown the world all of their gifts and talents. So can we. 

Yet, I am not going to sugarcoat things. There is still a lot of work to do concerning rights and respect for our gender. 

Women have always been an object to the dominant gender, males. It roots back thousands of years back and can be visibly seen and obvious today as well. 

Unfortunately, there are still women in other countries around the world who are still gaining rights that first world female citizens have gained. 

We need to step up to society and prove that we have a brain, a mind, a world of creativity… and not just boobs and an ass. We could do it, girls. 

This generation needs to continue the tradition of exposing our God- given knowledge and talents to the world. 

We’re more than just a pretty face.

xoxo,

Megan 

itsmydarkesthour:

hippies-like-us:

kuneria:

Bob Ross soothes and calms and makes me happy like nothing else I’ve ever known.

Fun fact: Bob Ross was a Marine drill sergeant for several years, but quit because he didn’t like yelling at people.

contendercom:

Coldplay makes the world go round.

contendercom:

Coldplay makes the world go round.

coldplayt:

Chris being himself more than ever

my childhood.

my childhood.