Collection by Gillian Glenday • Last updated 12 weeks ago

Gillian Glenday

Warsan Shire, The House uploaded by Meow on We Heart It

Image shared by Meow. Find images and videos about text, house and rooms on We Heart It - the app to get lost in what you love.

My Desperate Appeal to Self-Doubt | Oh My Janey

I know what I love. I’ve always known what I love. I’m at the point where I’m asking myself what I want to do with my life, and I keep asking if writing is part of my big life plans. But I’m not even sure why I still ask myself that question when I’ve known …

What Are You Feeding Your Demons (Ego)? | We Are 1 in Spirit

Coaching for walk-ins, empaths, starseeds, and those who are activating light language.

The truest statement you’ll ever read about love in your 20’s

Saw this on Pinterest this weekend. I think it’s worth a discussion. Or at least a ponder. What do you guys think? Comment below–I’ll be posting my thoughts tomorrow.

100 Inspirational and Motivational Quotes of All Time! (116)

Positive quotes about strength, and motivational

17 Signs You’re An Old Soul Stuck in the 21st Century ⋆ LonerWolf

Have you ever felt world wary, isolated, out of step with society, and ... old inside? You may just be an old soul. Discover whether you are in this article!


Quozio turns meaningful words into beautiful images in seconds.

Scarlett Pragya on Twitter

“What great simplicity & beauty is woven into words! @langleav Lang never misses to strike the chords of my heart.”

warsan shire poem | Tumblr

Tumblr is a place to express yourself, discover yourself, and bond over the stuff you love. It's where your interests connect you with your people.

Where's My Bubble?

Debbie Tung's sketches of everyday life, comics and illustrations. * Shop *

how to wear your mothers lipstick

how to wear your mother's lipstick - (the desperation) by warsan shire, released 14 February 2012

Winnie the Pooh Goodbye Quote Typed on Typewriter | Etsy

How lucky I am having something that makes saying goodbye so hard. Winnie the Pooh ------- I've loved vintage typewriters since the first time I set eyes on one. With this piece, I have the opportunity to share that feeling with you! This quote is lovingly typed on a 1955 Smith-Corona typewriter on a 4x6 sheet of cardstock. This premium rigid paper offers durability and clean, sharp lines. Perfect for scrapbooking or displaying! ------- Save 10% on everything in the shop…