A little table to how to get rid of all that negative self-talk. We have to learn look at the good in situations too, instead of dwelling on things we can’t change- because you know what? We may not be able to change what is happening but we CAN change how we view it!
I heartily endorse this because I am learning to tell myself these EXACT things right now.
Positive thinking is not something people are necessarily born with. It is something that needs to be cultivated - and it’s not about being a bubbly extrovert, or being a person who can easily accomplish anything, it’s about self-esteem. Even when you really are unable to do something, you can frame the thought in a format that is positive. Remind yourself of all the things you ARE able to do and be affirmed in that. And sometimes, if the thing you “can’t” do is something that you really want or need to do, then see if you can take smaller steps that you ARE able to make in order to get closer to that.
Most importantly, don’t compare yourself to others. We all have different levels of ability in different areas and you should never feel bad about yourself if you are not at the same level as someone else. At the same time though, don’t convince yourself that you absolutely “can’t” do a thing you see someone else doing if it’s a thing you really want for yourself.
Never trust an architect.
It’s terrifying. It looks like the real life version of a video game graphic glitch.
Can I live there?
Whenever people call the acting in Classic Who “rubbish” or complain about the bad effects, I just laugh. The explosion here was much bigger than planned. It nearly burnt Sylvester McCoy’s clothes off, but he kept walking, staying in character, because he knew they couldn’t redo this scene. That’s dedication. *tips off her hat*
Cool guys might not look at explosions. But 7 don’t even care if they set him on fire.
White people using forbidden jutsu in public. [video]
The more I watch this, the funnier it gets
Yup. This comic sums me up so ridiculously much.
Please watch this video it’s so important.
im laughing so hard im gonna pass out
OMFG THAT WAS NOT WHAT I EXPECTED
I may die laughing today. It’s been a good run, folks. Farewell.
A take on Roald Dahl’s “Matilda” I did earlier this year!