Kristen Jae
18 years old. SLC, UT <3
Kristen Jae
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"1) Learn to put on your bracelets and zip up your dresses by yourself. There will be times when you will be alone.
2) Get on a long plane ride. Look out the window. Understand the immensity of our world. Understand your insignificance. Understand your absolute importance.
3) Press the send button. If you don’t say it now, you never will.
4) Do not sneer at happiness or roll your eyes at sadness. Be aware that apathy is not healthy.
5) You are more than the amount of people who want to have sex with you.
6) That pit in your stomach when he doesn’t text you back, it shouldn’t be there. No one should be able to control you like that.
7) Shopping is cathartic. Buy the shoes and deal with one-ply toilet paper for a while.
8) It will get better, but it will never be perfect. Learn to live through the small moments of happiness. When they disappear, remember they will resurface.
9) I promise that cookie will not change anything (except that it will make you smile).
10) Please, please, take care of yourself. You are everything to somebody. You are everything to your self. That alone is enough."
things to remember, -n.m. (via thegirlwithfernweh)
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vogue-at-heart:

Phoebe Tonkin &amp; Sara Sampaio for All My Friends Are Models
B&amp;W // Follow back similars
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itslatingirl:

· looks fever ·
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mmja251995:

mmja251995

Eugenia Volodina in Wild Elegance for Vogue Italia, October 2005
Shot by Nathaniel Goldberg
Styled by George Cortina
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rainysundaysandcoffee:

Out my window by Gail Albert Halaban
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blogjadore:

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tiny-librarian:

Portraits of Archduchess Maria Anna of Austria, who was born on this day, October 6th, in 1738. She was the second born child and daughter of Maria Theresa and Francis I, but the death of her older sister Maria Elisabeth two years after Maria Anna’s birth meant she would be their eldest surviving child.
Known as Marianna, she was an intelligent woman who was said to be her father’s favourite child. She wasn’t considered suitable for marriage because of a physical disability, a fusion in her spine which caused her to have a lump in her back. She would eventually become an abbess and her youngest sister, Marie Antoinette, would stay a night at the abbey with her when she was on her journey from Austria to Versailles to be married.
tiny-librarian:

Portraits of Archduchess Maria Anna of Austria, who was born on this day, October 6th, in 1738. She was the second born child and daughter of Maria Theresa and Francis I, but the death of her older sister Maria Elisabeth two years after Maria Anna’s birth meant she would be their eldest surviving child.
Known as Marianna, she was an intelligent woman who was said to be her father’s favourite child. She wasn’t considered suitable for marriage because of a physical disability, a fusion in her spine which caused her to have a lump in her back. She would eventually become an abbess and her youngest sister, Marie Antoinette, would stay a night at the abbey with her when she was on her journey from Austria to Versailles to be married.
tiny-librarian:

Portraits of Archduchess Maria Anna of Austria, who was born on this day, October 6th, in 1738. She was the second born child and daughter of Maria Theresa and Francis I, but the death of her older sister Maria Elisabeth two years after Maria Anna’s birth meant she would be their eldest surviving child.
Known as Marianna, she was an intelligent woman who was said to be her father’s favourite child. She wasn’t considered suitable for marriage because of a physical disability, a fusion in her spine which caused her to have a lump in her back. She would eventually become an abbess and her youngest sister, Marie Antoinette, would stay a night at the abbey with her when she was on her journey from Austria to Versailles to be married.
tiny-librarian:

Portraits of Archduchess Maria Anna of Austria, who was born on this day, October 6th, in 1738. She was the second born child and daughter of Maria Theresa and Francis I, but the death of her older sister Maria Elisabeth two years after Maria Anna’s birth meant she would be their eldest surviving child.
Known as Marianna, she was an intelligent woman who was said to be her father’s favourite child. She wasn’t considered suitable for marriage because of a physical disability, a fusion in her spine which caused her to have a lump in her back. She would eventually become an abbess and her youngest sister, Marie Antoinette, would stay a night at the abbey with her when she was on her journey from Austria to Versailles to be married.
tiny-librarian:

Portraits of Archduchess Maria Anna of Austria, who was born on this day, October 6th, in 1738. She was the second born child and daughter of Maria Theresa and Francis I, but the death of her older sister Maria Elisabeth two years after Maria Anna’s birth meant she would be their eldest surviving child.
Known as Marianna, she was an intelligent woman who was said to be her father’s favourite child. She wasn’t considered suitable for marriage because of a physical disability, a fusion in her spine which caused her to have a lump in her back. She would eventually become an abbess and her youngest sister, Marie Antoinette, would stay a night at the abbey with her when she was on her journey from Austria to Versailles to be married.
tiny-librarian:

Portraits of Archduchess Maria Anna of Austria, who was born on this day, October 6th, in 1738. She was the second born child and daughter of Maria Theresa and Francis I, but the death of her older sister Maria Elisabeth two years after Maria Anna’s birth meant she would be their eldest surviving child.
Known as Marianna, she was an intelligent woman who was said to be her father’s favourite child. She wasn’t considered suitable for marriage because of a physical disability, a fusion in her spine which caused her to have a lump in her back. She would eventually become an abbess and her youngest sister, Marie Antoinette, would stay a night at the abbey with her when she was on her journey from Austria to Versailles to be married.
tiny-librarian:

Portraits of Archduchess Maria Anna of Austria, who was born on this day, October 6th, in 1738. She was the second born child and daughter of Maria Theresa and Francis I, but the death of her older sister Maria Elisabeth two years after Maria Anna’s birth meant she would be their eldest surviving child.
Known as Marianna, she was an intelligent woman who was said to be her father’s favourite child. She wasn’t considered suitable for marriage because of a physical disability, a fusion in her spine which caused her to have a lump in her back. She would eventually become an abbess and her youngest sister, Marie Antoinette, would stay a night at the abbey with her when she was on her journey from Austria to Versailles to be married.
tiny-librarian:

Portraits of Archduchess Maria Anna of Austria, who was born on this day, October 6th, in 1738. She was the second born child and daughter of Maria Theresa and Francis I, but the death of her older sister Maria Elisabeth two years after Maria Anna’s birth meant she would be their eldest surviving child.
Known as Marianna, she was an intelligent woman who was said to be her father’s favourite child. She wasn’t considered suitable for marriage because of a physical disability, a fusion in her spine which caused her to have a lump in her back. She would eventually become an abbess and her youngest sister, Marie Antoinette, would stay a night at the abbey with her when she was on her journey from Austria to Versailles to be married.
tiny-librarian:

Portraits of Archduchess Maria Anna of Austria, who was born on this day, October 6th, in 1738. She was the second born child and daughter of Maria Theresa and Francis I, but the death of her older sister Maria Elisabeth two years after Maria Anna’s birth meant she would be their eldest surviving child.
Known as Marianna, she was an intelligent woman who was said to be her father’s favourite child. She wasn’t considered suitable for marriage because of a physical disability, a fusion in her spine which caused her to have a lump in her back. She would eventually become an abbess and her youngest sister, Marie Antoinette, would stay a night at the abbey with her when she was on her journey from Austria to Versailles to be married.
tiny-librarian:

Portraits of Archduchess Maria Anna of Austria, who was born on this day, October 6th, in 1738. She was the second born child and daughter of Maria Theresa and Francis I, but the death of her older sister Maria Elisabeth two years after Maria Anna’s birth meant she would be their eldest surviving child.
Known as Marianna, she was an intelligent woman who was said to be her father’s favourite child. She wasn’t considered suitable for marriage because of a physical disability, a fusion in her spine which caused her to have a lump in her back. She would eventually become an abbess and her youngest sister, Marie Antoinette, would stay a night at the abbey with her when she was on her journey from Austria to Versailles to be married.