I love the dresses but I don’t like what they did with the shoulder pads


I hope you live a life you’re proud of. If you find that you’re not, I hope you have the strength to start all over again.

I don’t really do this. I wish I did. At least it gives me something to work towards. I need to stop eating so unhealthy. I need to stop procrastinating. I need to do my homework. I need to start practicing for tests more than 5 hours before it starts.

I will work on these things. I will become the hero I know I can be. I will be proud of myself.

What will you work on?


the hashtag YOLO is ironic btw, please don’t look at me like that.

This just applies to my self, I couldn’t care any less about everyother girl and what size clothing they chose to wear. (Unless it’s really tacky…) But I just can’t bring myself to wear tight tops because I hate my stomach so much. Wearing those tops makes me feel uncomfortable, and I can’t handle wearing uncomfortable clothing because it makes me feel really bad.  I work out four or more times a week, but due to my bad eating habits I can’t loose the extra pounds. Five weeks of being injured during summer didn’t help either. My biggest concern now is that we are going to Athens with my team. That means a week in the sun, with a minimum of clothes on, and being around fit and skinny people 24/7. Fuck.




It has been a long time since I fell deeply in love with a movie. A movie that really made me feel happy, sad and just human. A movie that made the characters come to life, and made me disappointed that what I was watching wasn’t real. I found a movie like that today, the movie One Day directed by Lone Scherfig and starring Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess. I just loved the story of how these the people met up on the 15th of July almost every year. The way the characters behaved around each other, the music the settings. Everything was superb. So if you want a not so typical movie about two completely different people this is something for you. Two people growing up and into who they are supposed to be. A movie about a life in general. The ending was also surprising and the movie was filled with both funny and sad scenes.

I have a problem with deciding. The problem involves everything, from choosing small matters like what book should I read to the big one: What should I do with my life?

I always think up ideas, but when it comes up to it: should I do it or not? I always have a hard time deciding. Most often I fall back to doing whatever I’ve always done. It is not that I am afraid of changes it is just that I like having control and knowing what is going to happen. Therefor have a problem deciding something that would make a change in my life, because I do not know the consequences. The small things on the other hand I do not know why I never can make a decision about that. Probably because I am to lazy, but it still bugs me.

What to do? I guess I just have to do more of what I think of doing. I have to say yes, instead of maybe. (Like I said yes to cleaning my dead grandfather’s house and now it is taking me forever to get to it.) I also have to believe that I can do it, and I don’t know, believe in myself and that I can do it. Change is good, and I have to make decisions.

(an old photoshop file I found, I do not know when it’s from. My friend in one of my pictures.)

So help me? What book should I read? Insurgent (second book in a dystopian series), Nightshade (something about werewolves) or Percy Jackson and the Titan’s Curse ( third book in the series).