1. "She wears all black
    just like her soul
    yet her heart is made of gold."
    — (via ibadbitch)

    (Source: larkspuraster, via tsuki-no-ko)

     
  2. locksandglasses:

    Peep game my niggas. Brown University has FREE pads and tampons in the bathrooms. I smell a revolution.

     
  3. imsnb89:

    To create this look, start by co-washing
    you hair. You may like to try Jane Carter
    Nutrient Replenishing Solution, or Afrigenix
    Berrilicious Smoothie. If you have the
    time, allow your hair to air dry, and apply
    your favorite oil. If you’re short on time,
    proceed to blow dry.

    1. Part your hair in 4 sections, and clip to
    hold.

    2. Use your comb to create a part that is
    approximately one inch wide and one inch
    deep.

    3. If you don’t want your parts to be
    pronounced, don’t spend too much time on
    defining your parts.

    4. Divide the parted section into two.

    5. Separate a handful of the HAVANA
    TWIST HAIR (tm), use 6 strips to achieve
    the size pictured.

    6. Fold the HAVANA TWIST HAIR (tm) in
    half, and place it as pictured in picture
    number 6.

    7. Beginning on the side closest to your
    hairline, twist the HAVANA TWIST HAIR
    (tm) in with your own natural hair, clockwise.

    8. Do the same with the other half.

    9. Now, begin to cross the twisted
    sections over each other in a
    counter-clockwise direction.

    10. Repeat this crossing over, down the
    whole length of the twist.

    11. Twist by crossing over, until you
    reach the end of the twist.

    Repeat this step throughout the remainder
    of your head.

    12.-13. Roll small squares of aluminum foil
    into mini rod shapes.

    14. Use the mini rods as you would a
    flexirod, on the end of each twist.

    15. Very carefully (and at your own
    discretion, and risk) dip the ends of the
    hair in very, very hot water. You may
    want to have someone help you with this
    step.

    16. Allow the hair to cool off completely
    before gently removing the foil rods. Clip
    any stray ends.

    ENJOY

    www.fingercomber.com

    (via mochafleur)

     

  4. "what i never
    learned
    from my mother
    was that
    just because someone desires you
    does
    not mean they value you.
    desire is the kind of thing that
    eats you
    and
    leaves you starving."
    — The Color of Low Self Esteem (Nayyirah Waheed)

    (Source: wordsthat-speak, via planetfaraway)

     
  5. alexandraelle:

    Many thanks to @casandrae for sharing my words. It’s nice to know that my work is settling in the hearts of others.

     

  6. "Be picky with who you invest your time in, wasted time is worse than wasted money."
    — Unknown (via alaskasmokes)

    (Source: nikki-fellatio, via alexandraelle)

     

  7. "No one’s life seems great between midnight and 7 a.m. Go to sleep. Things will be better tomorrow."
    — (via fabulousbitch69)

    (Source: themethfairy, via ahoui)

     
  8.  
  9. When a girl favorites your tweet

    (Source: kingjaffejoffer, via itsaterrriblelove)

     
     
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  12. bsquared86:

    reallylameblog:

    hey can y’all signal boost this it’s important

    BOOST! MISSING PERSON!

    (via misstudi)

     
  13. well-done:

    #muchneededreminder #dontgetstuck

    (via core-win)

     

  14. "if we do not know how to take care of ourselves and to love ourselves, we cannot take care of the people we love. loving oneself is the foundation for loving another person."
    — thích nhất hạnh  (via shaelii)

    (Source: purplebuddhaproject, via noleneism)

     

  15. "Your teachers / Are all around you./ All that you perceive,/ All that you experience, / All that is given to you/ Or taken from you, / All that you love or hate, / Need or fear/ Will teach you—/If you will learn…."
    — Octavia Butler, Parable of the Sower (via howtobeterrell)

    (via talesofthestarshipregeneration)