Anything Is Possible
rproductions: “Whether you think you can or cannot, you are right.” - Henry Ford
I think I do have serious testing anxiety when it comes to math tests. I was doing one math problem and couldn’t figure out why my steps where going no where until I realized that I mixed up my A with my X and then in another problem I mixed up my U with my 2. I have good vision; numbers just deform when I’m under so much pressure. I hate being cramped between two students in an...
I’ve been doing problem after problem, getting the answers right, but later realizing I’ve been doing the steps wrong. -_-
Study for math midterm all day. Dear me, please, please, please focus. get work done. Focus!!
A nurse has recorded the most common regrets of... →
kateoplis: 1. I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me. 2. I wish I hadn’t worked so hard. 3. I wish I’d had the courage to express my feelings. 4. I wish I had stayed in touch with my friends. 5. I wish that I had let myself be happier. Read on.
when resorting to desperation, remember, dignity. if you think looking stupid is worth it, or if you can say with a lot of confidence, “I don’t care if I look stupid” then your act of desperation must be justified. But if can’t, and you shut your instincts down then you are succumbing toplease someone you are in some delusionment that, that person is not an a****** ...
sustainable-sam: mattdear: The Temptations -...
Oh, how much I want to read the unfinished books on my bookcase how much I want to just sleep and get rid of this headache how much I want to knock on your door and then run away how much I want to call a taxi cab and go home how much I want to just have at least more than half of my articles finished oh, how much I wish my headache would just go away throbbing, throbbing pain
It’s hard opening up. I hate opening up. *unzips sweater* Does that count? lol. I’m kidding. figured, it’s either opening up or having shallow relationships with people.
Adults constantly raise the bar on smart children, precisely because...
how could death, a natural part of life, always feel so unnatural and surrealistic. I was there when a couple of my floor mates were trying to find someone with a car to get him to the hospital. He looked so weak, but I had great assurance he was going to be okay. There’s probably more to the story. It was so unexpected and fast. I still don’t understand. I still think I will see him...
Your life is a drama show — uhh, don’t make me a main character.
When you don’t know how to react to certain people because you fear you won’t meet their expectations or their perception of your character doesn’t align to your true self, you discontinue your normal being and turn into a chair. Because a chair is insignificant, inactive, and idle, it just blends in. Chair syndrome - it’s comfort and corrosive.
My life is not scintillating and I’m not a lucky person, but I’m prone to happiness. Some people can easily do a cartwheel and can juggle five objects in the air, but I’m good at smiling, being happy. Feel free to roll your eyes, it is a cocky thing to talk about. But I can’t manage it; it’s like what people have when they become too rich that they need an assistant...
yeeeeeeeeeep. just found out that Dr.Seus’s book, The Lorax, is going to be made into a movie. omg. omg. omg. omg. omg. !! Cherry on the top of a great day.