It is my last week of AP testing in high school
I’m cringing at the thought of taking the AP psych exam, which I am self-studying for, since my school doesn’t offer the course
Let’s see how I do because I barely started officially learning the material yesterday
the test is on monday
Anyone have good tshirt line concepts? :)
Im thinking about basing it around passion/inspiration/art/positivity/making a change
idk how to go about it though
a percentage of profit will go to charity :)
- Me: omfg i was sitting over here making my own staff paper by hand then i open my music folder and find like 10 blank staff sheets
- fuq my life
- Sarah: Bach is rolling over in his grave "WE DID NOT HAVE A PRINTING PRESS IN THE 'BROKE' PERIOD"
- Me: omg that was too good omg youre so clever i cant even Handel it
- Sarah: Omg I cant
- Me: everyone be Haydn on us #musicianprobz
- Sarah: OMG.these puns are killing me I can.barely copleand with them....
- ...*copland wow k I am not my game tonight
- Me: it's k gurl, whether you got game or not, im pretty sure you'd still get Debussy ;)
and 195 countries I have not visited.
Yet I am stuck in this insignificant town,
Being pressured into making decisions about my future,
When I barely even know who I am Unknown
He above all things
Trust in His timing, rely on His promises, wait for His answers, believe in His miracles, rejoice in His goodness, relax in His presence
Anonymous asked: i dont really know how to question this... long distance relationship with a "best friend" would that be a good idea? or no..
So you’re saying that your significant other is your best friend? If so, it’s worth a shot. If this person is really your best friend, they out of all people know you better than yourself and know how to handle you better than anyone else could. A best friend is someone you can trust whether you are near or far— someone who you know is always supporting you no matter where you are, and is a hand to hold even when they cant physically be there to hold you. So why not try it? I’m not saying it’s a good or bad idea because there are other factors that play in, but it’s better than pulling a LDR with someone you barely know. LDR relationships need faith and trust. If your best friend is your significant other, you two should already have that. Just have a conversation covering boundaries and what you two arent comfortable with.
Maybe I need to stay here a little bit longer, and stop running away to figure myself out because I feel that there is something trying to tell me that the answer to my identity is right here. That all the answers are where the questions started. Then I could take the energy I waste on feeling pain and worry, and use it to love and believe. Maybe then I will stop hating myself.
im probs gonna start a fitspo side-blog
to record my workout/health progress and wutnot
but im gonna make one and idk how to go about it
idk what to name it either
its probably gonna be something lame like
a vulgar yet tempting username
not that anyone cares
ok im gonna go make it now
Anonymous asked: Are you and your boyfriend different ethnicities? If so are the cultural differences a problem? My boyfriend and I are different ethnicities and the way our parents view relationships are affecting our relationships in ways that clash. Do you have any advice for me?
Yes we are! He and his family moved here to America from Taiwan, while my family is from the Philippines. Hm.. Cultural differences aren’t really an issue between us, because we tend to find more cultural agreements and similitude. There are differences and similarities between our cultures but we choose to embrace them rather than dwell on possible discrepancies by our differences. I am, however, familiar with your position. And there’s no one-size-fits-all solution to it….
If you’re the type to look into a potentially long-lasting relationship, I would definitely take your boyfriend’s family’s culture into account. You don’t have to convert your perspective on life because of their culture, but be respectful towards it and work with your boyfriend towards a compromise.
Try celebrating each other’s cultures and try to take interest in each other’s cultures. Usually, expatriates favor those who take interest in their homeland culture. What my boyfriend and I do is create our own language combining Mandarin with Tagalog, so that we learn one another’s language while also being able to talk smack behind people’s backs without them knowing. Jk. Anyways, you can try learning his language?
I personally think if culture is a problem, the best answer is to celebrate differences (or if you have cultural similarities, try celebrating that together as well!) and be willing to try and dip your toes into their culture. Effort is good, ignorance is not.
Last tip: Culture is important to each individual person because it defines a big fragment of their being, but if you really like one another, make your feelings as the basis for your relationship. But not in a fatuous way of course. :) I hope this helped!