It is time for a fucking revolution.
If the fashion industry thrives on newness and novelty then they are failing themselves.
If you want a ‘new twist on a classic style’ I’ve got one for you.
Make a pencil skirt for someone who is 5ft 3.
Make a white shirt that will button over my breasts.
Make a shift dress that doesn’t get ‘nipped in at the waist’.
Make a pair of shoes that won’t aggravate my ankle injury.
Make a ‘nude-coloured’ dress that is dark brown.
Make your plus-sized jeans in actual denim, not some shitty stretch fabric dyed blue.
You want a fresh take on the classics?
Try making your clothes for someone who isn’t six foot tall and a size 6.
I always give books. And I always ask for books. I think you should reward people sexually for getting you books. Don’t send a thank-you note, repay them with sexual activity. If the book is rare or by your favorite author or one you didn’t know about, reward them with the most perverted sex act you can think of. Otherwise, you can just make out.
Q:Apparently I did Gossip Girl wrong by shipping Serena and Dan! Show me the error of my ways like you did with Damon!
Need a boost? Some natural antidepressants:
- Turn on the lights. Having everything lit up can help boost your mood, and lamps are often used to treat SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder)
- Citruses have high levels of vitamin C, which increase dopamine levels in your brain. Dopamine is one of your “feel-good” chemicals Also, they have high levels of vitamin D, which has been shown to be lacking in people with depression.
- Spinach has lots of folic acid, which helps produce serotonin in your brain, another “happy” endorphin.
- Red peppers contain lots of vitamin C.
- Walnuts, salmon, and mackerel all have lots of Omega-3. A lack of Omega-3 has been tied to depression.
- Water. Yep, just water. 60-70% of your body is water, and when you’re dehydrated, it takes a big toll on your health- including your mental health
- Dark chocolate can raise serotonin levels and has lots of natural stimulants.
- Whole wheat foods have complex carbohydrates, which can increase serotonin levels.
- Popcorn also has these carbohydrates that help your serotonin,
- Most importantly, sleep. You know how if you don’t get enough sleep, you feel grumpy? Well, if you’re seriously lacking in snooze time, you feel depressed. Your body needs that time to recharge! Try to get at least 8 hours a night, or more if you feel groggy when you wake up.
It’s said it takes seven years
to grow completely new skin cells.
To think, this year I will grow
into a body you never will