the verb “to do”;

the beauty of being nineteen years old, is that you are truly accustomed to the traditional weekly identity crisis. these two quotes help me get through these days, where i only feel like huddling under my covers and daydreaming about what i want to do.

and they get me out from under my covers so that i can actually do something about it. as i extend my legs out from under my toasty duvet, it makes it easier to get over to my chilly little keyboard. or my craft nook. or to my journal.

which is all that matters, right? getting out from under your cosy little duvet and putting your big girl pants on to conquer the world, girl power, and all that good stuff the spice girls taught us about when we were little?*

                                                                                           – via the ballerina project

 

“i am not afraid, i was born to do this.”

                                                          – joan of arc

“you have to have an idea of what you want to do, but it should be a vague idea.”

                                                   – pablo picasso

 

 

*except that whole zig-a-zig-aaahhh! thing might be up to your interpretation.

 

currently listening to: ‘world news’// local natives

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