Ok, last one. I am now entering a zen state at my desk.

Que sera sera. If you choose to be a shitty person, that’s your problem. It will get you nowhere. We will continue working hard and being a good team and moving forward.

Reblogged from mt. kill
Not physical poison perhaps, but the vitriol running through my head right now…
carmidoll:

Pauline Darley

Not physical poison perhaps, but the vitriol running through my head right now…

carmidoll:

Pauline Darley

Reblogged from Homicidal Brunette
Thou shalt not throw others under the bus in the attempt to save your own sorry ass.
I bind you from doing harm, harm against others and harm against yourself.
On a personal note, you are shit at your job. Your work is sloppy and your demeanor is disruptive to those around you. That is why your job is on the line. 
Next time you decide to blame your crap performance on someone else to our ultra-boss, you’d better make sure as fuck you have a leg to stand on, because your fall guy/gal is phenomenal at their job and constantly goes out of their way to help you.
I’m Team Fall Guy/Gal, all the way.

Thou shalt not throw others under the bus in the attempt to save your own sorry ass.

I bind you from doing harm, harm against others and harm against yourself.

On a personal note, you are shit at your job. Your work is sloppy and your demeanor is disruptive to those around you. That is why your job is on the line.

Next time you decide to blame your crap performance on someone else to our ultra-boss, you’d better make sure as fuck you have a leg to stand on, because your fall guy/gal is phenomenal at their job and constantly goes out of their way to help you.

I’m Team Fall Guy/Gal, all the way.

Reblogged from [S] Amie: Ascend
It’s messing people up, this social pressure to “find your passion” and “know what it is you want to do”. It’s perfectly fine to just live your moments fully, and marvel as many small and large passions, many small and large purposes enter and leave your life. For many people there is no realization, no bliss to follow, no discovery of your life’s purpose. This isn’t sad, it’s just the way things are. Stop trying to find the forest and just enjoy the trees.
— Sally Coulter
Reblogged from Things To Worship

katerpotater:

basquavita:

profound girl power insights from Roseanne

fuck yeah

Reblogged from Things To Worship

thisisnotmyfairytaleendingg:

I laugh every single time.

Reblogged from stupefy
It’s OK not to be a genius, whatever that is, if there even is such a thing…the creative life may or may not be the apex of human civilization, but either way it’s not what I thought it was. It doesn’t make you special and sparkly. You don’t have to walk alone. You can work in an office — I’ve worked in offices for the past 15 years and written five novels while doing it. The creative life is forgiving: You can betray it all you want, again and again, and no matter how many times you do, it will always take you back.

Lev Grossman manages to smash “you don’t have to be a genius” and “keep your day job” into his great essay, "How Not to Write a Novel" (his book, The Magician’s Land, is out this week)

*heart weeps*

(via aj-bradley)

Reblogged from Things To Worship
Reblogged from Lost and found.