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Anonymous asked
Does life get better after high school? Because you look like you have a lot of fun. I'm not into drugs and drinking as much as every individual my age is because of health reasons, so I'm trying to meet cool people other ways. But it seems impossible....

ics-inspirationblog:

davykesey:

Hi there. 

  • Andy Bernard once said, “I wish there was a way to know you’re in the good old days before you’ve actually left them.” This is me letting you know that you’re in the good old days. You know how in elementary school, being in high school seemed 100x better? In some ways it is, because you get to drive and go places on your own and do different fun things. But it’s also lame because you have more responsibility and more stress. College is the same, then adulthood, then marriage, then parenthood. It’s all the same principle. New perks + new responsibilities. Enjoy each phase because you’re going to miss it when it’s gone. So yes, life gets better but it also gets harder. 

  • It’s very difficult to find people you truly connect with at any stage in life. You simply have to always be looking, because you never know when you’ll find them. Right now, I don’t have any friends close by that I really connect with, so I understand how you feel. It’s lame; it’s lonely, and it sucks.

  • There are plenty of ways to have fun outside of drinking. Go dumpster-diving, explore a new neighborhood, try a new food, watch a new movie, watch a sunset or start a painting. As Lous C.K. said,“’I’m bored’ is a useless thing to say. I mean, you live in a great, big, vast world that you’ve seen none percent of. Even the inside of your own mind is endless; it goes on forever, inwardly, do you understand? The fact that you’re alive is amazing, so you don’t get to say, ‘I’m bored.’”

  • Also partying is overrated. The people who invest their college years into partying and passing classes generally end up living average, middle-class lives with okay jobs. The people who invest their college years into their passions are named Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg, and Bill Gates. That’s not to say you absolutely cannot drink, but I am saying that if you spend all your weekends going to parties instead of working hard you probably will not accomplish anything worth writing a biography about.

  • Don’t give up. Keep pushing. Life is difficult and it never stops being difficult. That’s also why each success is that much more glorious, whether it’s finally finding a best friend or acing the SAT after months of studying. Don’t settle for alchohol, and don’t settle for Netflix. You are capable of greatness if you just keep pushing. And remember: progression, not perfection.

Well said

caractacuspots:

Soup mug or bowl, hot chocolate, cafe au lait ….whatever

caractacuspots:

Soup mug or bowl, hot chocolate, cafe au lait ….whatever

stormphyre:

Matt Kelleher  on AKAR
Friggin love this pitcher. It has so much swoosh to it. And kind of sassy. And it kind of looks like a bird with a giant crest. Or a pelican, depending on which way you look at it. 

stormphyre:

Matt Kelleher  on AKAR

Friggin love this pitcher. It has so much swoosh to it. And kind of sassy. And it kind of looks like a bird with a giant crest. Or a pelican, depending on which way you look at it. 

ourirenelove:



Chawan (tea bowl) of Raku type Kyoto ware with crane Takahashi Dôhachi III (1811-1879).; Raku type, Kyoto ware. Earthenware with raku glaze Centimetres: 9.4 (height), 10.2 (outside diameter) 1840 - 1879 AD Early Modern; Edo - Meiji Periods Area of Origin: Japan. ROM Images

ourirenelove:

Chawan (tea bowl) of Raku type Kyoto ware with crane Takahashi Dôhachi III (1811-1879).; Raku type, Kyoto ware. Earthenware with raku glaze Centimetres: 9.4 (height), 10.2 (outside diameter) 1840 - 1879 AD Early Modern; Edo - Meiji Periods Area of Origin: Japan. ROM Images

southseapebblepeople:

We …are a “multi cultural” civilisation …if only we knew how to spell it.

southseapebblepeople:

We …are a “multi cultural” civilisation …if only we knew how to spell it.

ceramicsculpture:

Left: “Helmet”, Earthenware clay and wooden stool, 2014
Right: “Fallen”, Plaster and wax, 2014

ceramicsculpture:

Left: “Helmet”, Earthenware clay and wooden stool, 2014

Right: “Fallen”, Plaster and wax, 2014