I Do What i Want
Art History Major, movie lover, awkward, blahhh:P
I Do What i Want
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1. Your skin may never be perfect, and that’s okay.

2. Life is too short not to have the underwear, the coffee, and the haircut you want.

3. Everyone (including your family, your coworkers, and your best friend) will talk about you behind your back, and you’ll talk about them too. It doesn’t mean you don’t love each other.

4. It’s okay to spend money on things that make you happy.

5. Sometimes without fault or reason, relationships deteriorate. It will happen when you’re six, it will happen when you’re sixty. That’s life.

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Five things I am trying very hard to accept (via aumoe)

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(via t-ruthful)

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christiescloset:

the rack
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englishsnow:

by Isadora Bellotti
englishsnow:

by Isadora Bellotti
englishsnow:

by Isadora Bellotti
englishsnow:

by Isadora Bellotti
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thegetty:

A peek beneath the skin. Anatomy for your Thursday. 
Tabvla libri IIII. from Vivae imagines partivm corporis hvmani aereis formis expressae, 1566, Frans Huys, Pierre Huys and Andreas Vesalius. Getty Research Institute.Votive Statuette, 4th century B.C., Unknown. J. Paul Getty Museum.Surgical anatomy, 1851, Joseph Maclise. Getty Research Institute.Male figure with skin removed from Vivae imagines partivm corporis hvmani aereis formis expressae, 1566, Andreas Vesalius. Getty Research Institute.
thegetty:

A peek beneath the skin. Anatomy for your Thursday. 
Tabvla libri IIII. from Vivae imagines partivm corporis hvmani aereis formis expressae, 1566, Frans Huys, Pierre Huys and Andreas Vesalius. Getty Research Institute.Votive Statuette, 4th century B.C., Unknown. J. Paul Getty Museum.Surgical anatomy, 1851, Joseph Maclise. Getty Research Institute.Male figure with skin removed from Vivae imagines partivm corporis hvmani aereis formis expressae, 1566, Andreas Vesalius. Getty Research Institute.
thegetty:

A peek beneath the skin. Anatomy for your Thursday. 
Tabvla libri IIII. from Vivae imagines partivm corporis hvmani aereis formis expressae, 1566, Frans Huys, Pierre Huys and Andreas Vesalius. Getty Research Institute.Votive Statuette, 4th century B.C., Unknown. J. Paul Getty Museum.Surgical anatomy, 1851, Joseph Maclise. Getty Research Institute.Male figure with skin removed from Vivae imagines partivm corporis hvmani aereis formis expressae, 1566, Andreas Vesalius. Getty Research Institute.
thegetty:

A peek beneath the skin. Anatomy for your Thursday. 
Tabvla libri IIII. from Vivae imagines partivm corporis hvmani aereis formis expressae, 1566, Frans Huys, Pierre Huys and Andreas Vesalius. Getty Research Institute.Votive Statuette, 4th century B.C., Unknown. J. Paul Getty Museum.Surgical anatomy, 1851, Joseph Maclise. Getty Research Institute.Male figure with skin removed from Vivae imagines partivm corporis hvmani aereis formis expressae, 1566, Andreas Vesalius. Getty Research Institute.