things to start doing:
- drink more water
- carry a camera everywhere i go
- read more books than i already do
- go for walks
- do yoga more often
- go to bed earlier
- enjoy the little things
- go outside more
- stop comparing myself to others
- stick to my goals n stop putting things off
- write down my feelings
- smile more, especially at random people
(although I might add some plants and flowers later)
Peter Capaldi waiting to go on stage at the World Tour Event in Sydney [x]
Having some “me time” is very important in order to keep you relaxed and confident in yourself.
Photos via Photogenic Felines
get to know me meme: [2/?] favorite movies » The Lord of the Rings TrilogyIt’s a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don’t keep your feet, there’s no knowing where you might be swept off to.
Marigolds, rose petals, daisies and other flowers and pieces of wildlife rest inside of this glass sphere. A perfectly fitting accessory for upcoming springtime blooms. Hung on a sterling silver chain measuring between 18” and 22” in length. Sold on Etsy.
She’s different now. She’s not the same person anymore.
That’s a nice sentiment. Saved it for what?
Anyhow I must tell the truth
Story by 小笼女王 Draw by me
X-Men Days of Future Past: Power Piece - Erik Lehnsherr aka Magneto
My another Entry for the Hobbit Big Bang.
This is for Chef_Geekier's story: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Fauntling (Link Updated!).
Summary (copied from the Big Bang):
When the company is turned away by the hobbit living in Bag End, they are shocked to find a hobbit child who wants to come with them. Despite Gandalf’s misgivings about taking an orphaned Bilbo Baggins on the road, the dwarfs fail to see the problem. After all, plenty of dwarf children grew up on the road, and it’s better than leaving him homeless. Along the way Bilbo worms his way into the hearts of all the dwarfs, but particularly into ‘Uncle’ Thorin’s. (Follows various highlights from the first film only.)