drivearoundtunes:

halo (beyonce cover) // ane brun and linnea olsso

Hit me like a ray of sun
Burning through my darkest night

tonystarks:

escalators are better than elevators because when escalators break they turn into stairs but when elevators break they turn into vertical coffins

(via unclefather)

thisshitfunny:

me: i think i love her 

*bust a nut*

me: hahahaha nah 

(via bootyscientist)

sublimeow:

mood: *bong bubbling noise*

(via bootyscientist)

actionables:

SERIOUSLY BE NICE TO YOUR ANIMALS BECAUSE THEY LOVE YOU MORE THAN YOU DESERVE AND MORE THAN ANY HUMAN EVER WILL

(via iusedtobeorgasm)

Good things are happening.

If you know me at all, you would know that I have struggled with anxiety for a large portion of my life. I talk about it a lot with my close friends, but typically lie about how much it truly affects my life. That being said, some time last year I talked to my doctor about it, and he gave me celexa. I never took it because the doctor made me feel awful, criticized, and drug-seeking, which was totally not where my mind was. I felt like he wasn’t truly trying to help me, and therefore didn’t trust his medical advice. (Not saying celexa wouldn’t have worked, it totally could have, I just wasn’t interested mostly because I’m stubborn and that doc have me bad vibes) Blah blah blah, where am I going with this story? I’ll get to the point eventually. Basically, through some super coincidental naturopath research, I discovered that anxiety disorders can be related to copper-zinc imbalances in your body. When you have too little zinc and too much copper, it can lead to anemia (which I also suffer from) and anxiety. Very intriguing to me, to say the least. This week I started taking a zinc supplement and can honestly say that I have been having an awesome week. Could be completely coincidental, could be completely self-fabricated, but I haven’t had an anxiety attack all week (typically I have one or two over stupid shit like ordering delivery), so I’m going to continue the zinc and see how it goes. Basically - if you suffer from anxiety, it might be worth looking into. I feel a heck of a lot better, and even if it is just a placebo effect, I’m digging it for now.

rococoh:

i love car rides so much that i actually get disappointed when we reach our destination

(Source: somedaybythestrokes, via ifeelthemalice-inmyveins)