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I began to realize how important it was to be an enthusiast in life. If you are interested in something, no matter what it is, go at it full speed ahead. Embrace it with both arms, hug it, love it and above all become passionate about it. Lukewarm is no good.
Roald Dahl   (via fuckinq)

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bemusedlybespectacled:

ALWAYS REBLOG KAT DENNINGS SLAMMING SLUT SHAMING

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litlpup:

non-volerli-vittime:

Hashtag pretending to be sorry when I am in fact not sorry at all

i’m having some real problems

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Harry then did something that was both very brave and very stupid.
Harry’s entire life ever summarized into one nice phrase in Chapter 10 of SS  (via kayleyhyde)

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feedmysoulwithmusic:

damngary:

I am going to just keep reblogging this thing forever.

This is my favorite image on the entire internet.

feedmysoulwithmusic:

damngary:

I am going to just keep reblogging this thing forever.

This is my favorite image on the entire internet.

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I’d love to see more books where the characters get together earlier in the story. While the yearning portions of books are lovely and make us flip their pages, I’d love to see more stories where healthy romantic relationships are depicted. Where the curtain isn’t dropped with the suggestion of coupling up = happily ever after. Novels that take us past that point and depict a young couple working out some of their early insecurities and issues; that show us the romance and heartache of settling into a relationship. Like the moment when you’ve hung up on your boyfriend/girlfriend for the first time and you’re cradling your phone, praying they’ll know you want them to call back. Or you’ve slammed a door and you hope they’re waiting on the other side figuring out the perfect words to transform the emotions inside you from anger and hurt to comfort and passion.
Relationships are not a destination. They’re not an end-point. They’re always a journey. They should always be challenging and growing and evolving.
Tiffany Schmidt, on what makes for a good contemporary romance in YA fiction. She also offers up an excellent reading list of current and forthcoming contemporary novels with well-done romances for YA fiction fans.   (via kayleyhyde)

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outforhealth:

They gif’d her already. Tremendous.

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