Friday, October 17, 2014
20 Tiny Thoughts Crushing Your Biggest Dreams

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  1. “My dreams and goals can wait.” – Live a life you are proud of.  In the end, your greatest fear should not be of failure, but of succeeding at things that don’t matter to you.  We never tell ourselves that we will never live our dreams.  Instead we just keep talking about how we will start living our dreams tomorrow.
  2. “I don’t have time.” – Bottom line: “I don’t have time,” is really just another, perhaps politer, or perhaps naive, way of saying, “It’s not that important to me.”
  3. “I’m not talented enough.” – Learn the value of work and practice – just the repeated concerted effort to get better at things.  Forget the notions of talent and genius.  I can hear you thinking, “Oh, these other people, they just have something that I don’t have.”  When really, they are just people who work and practice more.  Understand this.  Work and practice are the keys to anything you want to do.  If you want to play the guitar – anybody can learn to play the guitar – you can be good at it.  Maybe you won’t be Jimi Hendrix, but you could be really good.  You can be good enough to write good songs or make music with others or whatever.  There’s no such thing as not having enough talent to get to that level.  Because persistence is talent, really.  Just sticking with it.  Talent is not stopping. 
  4.  “This problem is too big to solve.” – The problem is not the problem.  The problem is the incredible amount of over-thinking you’re doing with the problem.  Let it go and be free.
  5. “I’m not ready yet.” – The truth is nobody ever feels ready when an opportunity arises.  Because great opportunities in life force us to grow emotionally and intellectually.  They force us to stretch ourselves and our comfort zones, which means we won’t feel comfortable at first.  And when we don’t feel comfortable, we don’t feel ready.  But that doesn’t change the fact that sometimes the course of our lives depends on what we do or don’t do in a few seconds, a heartbeat, when we either seize an opportunity, or just miss it.  Miss the moment and you may never get a chance again.  So in case you never get a second chance, don’t be afraid!  And what if you do get a second chance?  Take it!  It’s as simple as that.
  6. “I knew I wasn’t good enough.” – Your struggle is part of your story.  Being rejected from something you want often means you are being directed toward something you need.
  7. “I’m a failure.” – Not trying is failing.  Everything else is just practice.  It’s OK if you mess up, that’s how you get wiser.  Give yourself a break.  And don’t give up!  Good things take time, and you’re getting there, one step at a time.
  8. “I just want everything to be easy.” – In every adversity there is a message.  Struggles and crises are nature’s way of forcing change – breaking down old structures, shaking loose negative habits so that something new and better can grow in their place.  So remember, just because you are struggling does NOT mean you are failing.  Every great success requires some kind of struggle to get there. 

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Tuesday, October 14, 2014

“Never let anyone define you. Define yourself.”

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Tuesday, October 14, 2014
45 Of The Most Exotic Hotels On Earth

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Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort, Thailand

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Hotel Everland, Switzerland. The one-room hotel was built to be entirely portable and was moved around Europe five times before retiring to Switzerland

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Panchoran Retreat, Bali

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Crazy Bear Beaconsfield, UK

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Taj Lake Palace, India

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Cambrian Hotel, Switzerland

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Free Spirit Spheres, Canada

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Sofitel So Bangkok, Thailand

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Barin Ski Resort, Iran

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Juvet Landscape Hotel, Norway

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Tuesday, October 14, 2014
38 Things You Learn During Your Freshman Year Of College

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1. Being away from home sucks.

2. Finding friends is crucial.

3. But good friends are hard to come by.

4. Ramen is sometimes delicious.

5. Coffee is a saving grace.

6. It is possible to function on two hours of sleep or less.

7. A beer won’t kill you.

8. Neither will a glass of wine.

9. Or hard liquor, in moderation.

10. Fireball burns for a while, then stops (after you’ve had enough…).

11. Going out will not kill you.

12. Call your parents (both of them).

13. Your siblings too, they miss you.

14. Don’t forget your friends from home.

15. Get dolled up for a house party on a Friday night.

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Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Your Favorite Childhood Cartoons Are Much Dirtier Than You Remember

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1.) Truth.

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2.) Now I know why Eeyore is always sad…

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3.) Disturbing on too many levels.

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4.) Just regular teenage boys.

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5.) What the hell was going on in there?

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6.) Something is about to happen.

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7.) Google it. I dare you.

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8.) Having fun with friends.

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9.) Ms. Finster enjoying herself.

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10.) That should not be white.

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11.) Care Bears administering the care.

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12.) So clever.

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13.) Donald you shouldn’t be touching that.

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14.) Spongebob is blowing up a condom version of Squidward.

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15.) Yep.

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Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Mabait ako at tahimik.

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Pero pag sumobra na, magtago ka na. Hindi mo ako kilala at lalong di mo alam kung pano ako magalit.

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Monday, October 13, 2014
14 Things To Remember When You’re In Your Early 20s

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1. Hold onto your friends.
Don’t take your friends for granted. They are amazing and they love you. And they only have your best interest in mind, even if it means stopping you from taking that ninth shot or pulling you away from the hot guy you were making out with at the party. Don’t take advantage of them, they really do care about you.

2. Sometimes people change.
You’ll meet people who you’ll get along with, and you’ll become friends. It’s life, that’s what happens. You bond with people who enjoy the same things as you. But sometimes people will find new hobbies and new interests. New friends. And the new friends might expose them to situations they’re not used to. They always say that in college, people are experimenting with who they really are and who they want to be. If your friend decides to be a raging alcoholic, just know that it happens. And be there for them when they come out of it or fall from grace.

3. Be the shoulder to cry on.
If people come to you for advice or to talk to, be honored. This is a time in people’s lives where they’re careful and cautious about who they trust. If you’re that someone, embrace it. Some people who outwardly seem perfectly fine actually are the ones who need to talk and it’s a great feeling when you can be that person they’re finally able to be honest and comfortable with.

4. It’s okay to cry yourself.
Crying is natural. Do not feel dumb if you just need to cry. Let it out. Life is stressful, especially when you’re dealing with everything else that 20-somethings are forced to deal with. Sit down and cry. Cry to people who can comfort you and make you laugh. Don’t take life so seriously, everything’s going to be okay.

5. Occasional bad grades aren’t the end of the world.
Yes, your future might consist of grad school or you’re applying for a super competitive internship at the biggest business in the state, but getting a few bad grades on exams isn’t the end of the world. They aren’t going to care that you got a C- on your core curriculum class your sophomore year of college. Talk to your professors, study a little harder; you’re going to be fine.

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