a good attitude

Just a quick reminder for the haters: we’re here to stay

I’m not gonna write about how beatiful and perfect they are for each other, there are a lot of exhaustive posts: go read them. 

But now that I think about it, you haters are probably never gonna read my words because I blocked the majority of you. Yeah, I was just tired of those pointless posts against this ship. 

Anyway, I’ve no idea what is going on in the Miraxus tag. I just felt the need to remind everyone that the fact that Hiro Mashima drew three covers with Laxus and Mira is not a fortuity. He just doesn’t care that much about these two characters (unfortunately for me) to write more of their story, like Lucy and Natsu’s. That’s it. 

Bye. 

Originally posted by let-it-be-infinite

Put your happiness and wellness first. Make yourself a priority and leave those that bring you down. It’s okay.

The most beautiful people we have known are those who have known defeat, known suffering, known struggle, known loss, and have found their way out of the depths. These persons have an appreciation, a sensitivity and an understanding of life that fills them with compassions, gentleness, and a deep loving concern. Beautiful people do not just happen.
—  Elizabeth Kubler-Ross

When someone finds out you love one direction then asks how you’re dealing with “the break up” and you know they aren’t worth the whole tortured explanation and your belief system re: The Hiatus™ but you can’t figure out what to say other than “fuck off, becky”:

What to do when you get a bad grade

1. Don’t mope around and keep beating yourself up. That will only distract you from your studying, and stop you from doing your best in other subjects.

2. Remember a bad grade is only a bad grade. It doesn’t mean you’re worthless or have failed as a person.

3. Try and find a way to let your feelings out through some kind of physical activity. For example, through running, jogging, or going to the gym.

4. Aim to do better on the next test you have. There will still be other tests where you can get a higher mark. Maybe see it as a wake-up call, and change your study habits.

5. Try and figure out why you received the bad grade. Do you need to study more, or to learn some new techniques? Did you not fully understand the course material? Did you just have a bad day, or were you tired or feeling sick?

6. Get extra help from your teachers if you need it. Most of them are happy to answer students’ questions.

7. Be determined to keep going and to persevere. It’s easier to do well with a good attitude.

Always surround yourself with good company. And better if they share your passion.

justplainstinkinaverage  asked:

I recently came out as having no gender preference when it comes to partners, but I don't feel comfortable with labelling my sexuality. I was really looking forward to my first pride month this year, but I kinda feel like I'm not really part of the LGBT "group" (even though I know I am) because I don't have a label on my self. Any advice? xoxo

The queer community is so flexible & fluid that if you feel like you belong within it, that’s enough for me! Plus, it’s not like someone is at the entrance of Pride asking for your membership card, so don’t worry too much about. Just come with love & good intentions & a celebratory attitude of yourself & those around you - that’s the best way to feel like you belong at Pride.

During “Chosen Family: Stories of Queer Resilience” I had an incredible conversation with some friends about ‘not feeling queer enough’ when it comes to the LGBTQ+ community - a conversation I hope resonates with you.

i loved girl meets world as much as the next disney-channel-watching-teenager.

i know they didn’t get to show all thee things that could’ve been done with gmw. i know they were restricted from many things they wanted to do. i know the show could’ve went much farther than it did. i know that. we all know that.

but what many gmw fans have been preaching is how they wanted more representation, more diversity, and now we have it with andi mack. we have a cast that’s predominantly poc, interracial marriage, a plot line about an issue that’s seldom spoken about on disney, and a boy who practically melts while talking to another boy (and will very likely end up being very gay/bi/pan/anything but straight really).

it’s about middle schoolers–and you can’t say it’s “too young a demographic,” because that’s how we started with gmw–just middle school kids who are represented as just that, and going through life one step at a time, tackling different conflicts that come up. the twist is needed. it’s refreshing, and can be very real for some kids who may feel out of place for being in a situation like that. it’s a nice way to show that there are people out there like them, and that these things can happen, and that they’re not alone, and that they are valid.

boycotting this show because it’s not a continuation of gmw makes me sick, and confused. when’s the last time you’ve seen a show on disney channel centered around an asian-american family? when was the last time you’ve seen on disney the story of a girl who was raised to believe her real mother was her sister? correct me if i’m wrong, but this is what disney needs, especially after losing a show like gmw that was unable to reach its full potential.

the acting is pretty good, the cast is goddamn adorable, it’s created by THE terri minsky, the amazing woman who was responsible for the awesome show lizzie mcguire. plus it’s got less restrictions, way less than gmw had.

this doesn’t mean this show will ever be gmw. no show will ever be gmw, and i don’t think it would be fair to even compare the two shows just yet, if at all. but i know for a fact that rowan and corey and sabrina and amir would want you guys to give this show a chance (dare i say especially sabrina, since she sings the damn theme song), because it’s change, but it’s a good change, and it deserves to be given a fighting chance.

we can’t do this if people don’t put the pettiness aside, and give this show a chance. this show is important.