21 going on 22
Jumpers & Sweatshirts
Folk, Jazz and Orchestral
Hoping to study Architecture in the UK.
8. If you could offer a newborn child only one piece of advice, what would it be?
The last thing that should stop you from doing anything is fear.
Overcoming fear will allow you to realize the things you never thought you were capable of achieving.#overthinking #30 day challene #introspective #deep #day 8
7. Are you more worried about doing things right, or doing the right things?
I tend to worry more about doing things right at work, but doing the right things morally.
I think the latter is more important.#overthinking #30 day challenge #deep #introspective
6. To what degree have you actually controlled the course your life has taken?
Not until I was 19.#overthinking #30 day challenge #deep #introspective #day 6
5. If the average human life span was 40 years, how would you live your life differently?
If I knew it now, I would follow my heart instead of overthinking everything. I would start backpacking around the world and experience life to the fullest. It’d probably be too late to get married but heck, maybe somewhere along the way I would find someone.#overthinking #30 day challenge #deep #introspective
4. Are you doing what you believe in, or are you settling for what you are doing?
Doing what I believe in.
We should all do what we believe is right, or go after what we love. Sometimes it isn’t easy but it’s always worth the effort.
But life doesn’t always go our way and there will be times we have to professional and do what we have to do no matter how much we dislike something.#overthinking #introspective #30 day challenge #deep
108 days. That’s my deadline for AA applications.
I’m bad with relationships. All kinds. Especially when graduation’s all said and done. I’m just bad at keeping up with people.
I guess, to me, meeting old friends feel really difficult when the future is somewhat intertwined with the conversations.
"So, what are you going to do…?"
I hate and I can’t answer those questions. It’s like forcing me to slap myself in the face for not being certain of the future. It makes me see the worse side of myself when everyone else seems to be going on fine. Or maybe I just expect too much out of myself.
Don’t get me wrong, sometimes I genuinely want to know and feel that my friends are doing well but having to get through the questions about the future are the worst parts. I probably just end up running away anyways or I will end up whining like a loser at 22 years old.
That’s why I’m terrible with relationships and maintaining friendship. I can’t even get past myself and this… psychological side of me.
Maybe one day, all these will change. I hope they do. For now, I’m fine being by myself and hopefully one day I feel proud enough to look at my friends in the eyes without having to worry about my future any longer.
Fuck the perfectionist side of me.
Fuck it.#overthinking #rant
3. When it’s all said and done, will you have said more than you’ve done?
If I were to die today, I would’ve said more than I’ve done.
I have so many aspirations and things I want to do that I can get too caught up with the moment. I would overthink, get overwhelmed and become too paralyzed to do anything.
But by the time I die, I would like my actions to speak louder than my words and thoughts.#overthinking #deep #introspective #30 day challenge
HOW DID I PUT OFF WATCHING THIS MOVIE FOR ALMOST 3 MONTHS??
And I’m not gonna lie, I cried at the end. The final scene, the acting, the story, the ending song by The National, everything was poetry in motion…
I’ve watched loads of sports movie but this movie just blew me away.
The whole time Tommy (Tom Hardy) was still in limbo, trapped in the past, unable to forgive his family for what they’ve done. Throughout the whole time, he was the lone wolf and he fought with so much anger; like a little kid who felt like the whole world was his enemy and all he wanted to do was to fight against it.
Especially the final round when both brothers fought, where Tommy must have long waited for the chance to unleash all his anger physically onto Brendan(Joel Edgerton)
Then, the final scene, when Brendan realized he would have to force Tommy to submit himself and apologized in the process. He also told Tommy he loved him and as a sign of forgiveness, Tommy finally tapped himself out.
The movie ended with Brendan unwilling to be in the spotlight, recognizing that family was above the very reason he was in the competition in the first place (The money) and insisting that the brothers will leave the center stage immediately.
One of the best movies I’ve ever watched.
Period.#warrior+2011 #overthinking #movie #awesome #afterthoughts #tom hardy #joel edgerton
"I’m sorry Tommy. I’m sorry… Tap, Tom. It’s OK. It’s OK. I love you. I love you, Tommy."
Warrior + my emotions - asked by bloodbuzz-smartypants
2. Which is worse, failing or never trying?
But I hate the fear of failure as well.#overthinking #deep #introspetive #30 day challenge
This challenge is all about you: your values, your beliefs, your true essence. Answer the questions thoughtfully and truthfully in order to gain a greater understanding of who you really are.
1. How old would you be if you didn’t know how old you are?
Probably 30-40+? Haha, I’m way too serious for a 22 year-old and people probably find me dull and boring too. But I’m definitely not wise enough to hit the 55-70+ range yet ;)#overthinking #deep #introspective #30 day challenge
1. What happened today? If it was the last day of your life, how satisfied would you be with your final hours?
2. Who are you? In comparison to who you used to be. What made you change?
3. Where have you been spending your time lately? Three/Five/Ten years ago would you have expected to be…