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PC // @qwerteni  (at Stuyvesant Square)
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#repost by @branduh  (at Bleeker Street)
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I can get used to this  (at Thompson Street & Bleecker Street)
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My anaconda don’t want none unless you got buns hun 🐍 (at 14st Union Square)
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"Let’s get lost tonight, you can be supreme Kate Moss tonight." (at Meatpacking District, NYC)
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Another look from the other day // bracelets by @tevinvincent  (at Stuyvesant Square)
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🌹 // shades by @tevinvincent // photo by: @track318 (at Manahattan)
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some new friends at a new school // photo cred: @qwerteni  (at Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts)
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Waiting to go do some writing 📝🎼 (at Los Angeles/Hollywood California)
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Got to see my favorite person ever last night @ohhhfrancesca  (at Manhattan, New York)
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In less than a month I get to call this city my home 😳  (at Manhattan, New York)
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Happy 🌴
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▴ ▾ △ ▽ ▷ ◁ ⊿
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So blessed to have made lifelong friends throughout these 4 years. Missing a few of you guys in this pic but you know who you are. ❤️ ahhhhhh we’re done! 🎓
explore-everywhere:

explore-everywhere:

this is a question i’ve asked myself countless times as of late. when a situation is stressful and i’m about to let myself freak out, i take a step back and ask myself: “is this situation really going to matter in a year?” if not, i shrug it off. if so, i take appropriate steps to correct the situation and move on. i’m not perfect, but this one question has helped me immensely. why worry? why get angry? why be miserable? the things we get upset about on a daily basis most likely won’t matter a week from now, let alone a year from now. perspective is key. don’t sweat the small stuff, and the big stuff won’t seem as scary.

still relevant.