I really love the latest episode. It was all about Se gi and I know that there won’t be as much scene often of this personality 😩 . But this episode really reveal a lot compare to the other episodes D: . It’s like Se Gi holds all the secrets nobody knows and having him come on this episode made me wonder that he probably faced soemthing really bad in his childhood that he had all these hatred and grudge on almost all of his family members. I don’t dislike nor hate this personality. Truthfully he did suffer more than any other personality and he was all alone espically. But I’m pretty sure that him and Oh ri’s past isn’t quite good looking. The way Se Gi ignores her question everytime she ask him..tsktsk.

What I’ve learnt this year: Progress comes with time, don’t give up, it won’t make results come any faster. It’s okay to mess up once in a while, we’re only human, we are prone to make mistakes. Don’t let that bring you down permanently, bring yourself back up. Don’t let exercising and eating healthy take over your life. Being afraid of carbs or having a slice of cake isn’t healthy. Indulging once in a while, even once a day, won’t hinder your progress. Enjoy your life, eat that chocolate, that cupcake, that slice of yummy pie. It took you months and years to get the progress you have now, some indulgence in moderation won’t make everything come back. Support each other through that process, it’s what makes us have more motivation to keep going.

Flexed vs Unflexed.

I am homesick for a place that I am not even sure exists.

Like the beautiful night sky where stars shine bright, filled with fireflies.

Like the beautiful ocean where the waves crash into the shoreline filled with soft, white sand and that salty breeze.

Like the mountains where the smallest plant species co-exist with the largest trees.

Filled with adventures and the sounds of the wild things.

Homesick for a place where my soul is filled, where my heart is full.

Where I am understood.

—  Natalie Lim (asian-fitspiration)

We call ships “she”.
We call our war machines “woman”.
We compare women to black widows and vipers.
And you’re going to tell me it’s not “lady-like” to scream, to take up space, to fight and demand respect and do whatever the hell I want.
You’ve looked at nuclear bombs and been so in awe that you could only name them after women.
Don’t try to down-play my power.