thefuckfiles:

Truth.

thefuckfiles:

Truth.

mcry:

it makes me so happy seeing selfies that say ‘i felt cute today’ or ‘hair game strong’ it’s so good to love yourself and it’s also so hard to love yourself don’t let anyone tell you differently you’re allowed to admit you’re fucking adorable

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dat1talldude:

onlyblackgirl:

"OMG you’re so dark"

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"So where in Africa are you from? Nigeria? 

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"Make sure you marry a light skin man/woman or your kids will be too dark"

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"You should tone down the bright colors, it makes your dark skin stand out too much"

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"You’re actually cute for a dark skin girl/guy"

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*Insert midnight/disappearing in dark joke here*

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Fuck everyone that has something negative to say about dark ppl. Dark skin is beautiful

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lifestyleoftheunemployed:

A while ago someone asked me what kind of skills you need to be unemployed. I guess that depends on your definition of the term. To live the life I do, you need to realize a few things about yourself.

You’re not going to die. The Lifestyle of the Unemployed is not for the risk adverse….

sweetafricanasuga:

districtsugar:

plussizesugarplum:

inallsimplicity:

thebeautyjunke:

K r y p t o n i t e.

thebeautyjunke

Soaked.

I wanna sit on all these faces

Number 6 is all I’ve ever wanted. Oh my god.

Jesus.

I JUST DIED AND WENT TO HEAVEN! Lawddddddddddd

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positiveselftalk:

CHOOSE A WORD OF THE DAY
We have enough pressures to deal with when it comes to cultivating self-love—the picture perfect images in the media, the advertisements urging us to change how we look, and the sometimes negative words from those around us—and the last thing we should be doing is adding to that by talking to ourselves negatively. One way to focus on the more positive aspects of you is to choose a (positive!) word of the day.
Sometimes it’s hard to come up with good things to say about yourself, so I’ve created a list you can print out and place on your mirror. Every morning, if you can, choose a word that embodies how you feel (or want to feel) that day and try to keep in mind the whole day through. After choosing your word, you might even want to look up the definition to get an even more precise idea of what it means (and maybe even some additional insight on how to embrace it).  
Bonus idea: Print out and frame the list of words. Place it somewhere you’ll see it every morning (in the bathroom or by the front door). Each day, use a dry erase marker to circle your word of the day. If there are multiple people in your house that want to participate, choose different color markers for each person. 
Source: positivelypresent.com

positiveselftalk:

CHOOSE A WORD OF THE DAY

We have enough pressures to deal with when it comes to cultivating self-love—the picture perfect images in the media, the advertisements urging us to change how we look, and the sometimes negative words from those around us—and the last thing we should be doing is adding to that by talking to ourselves negatively. One way to focus on the more positive aspects of you is to choose a (positive!) word of the day.

Sometimes it’s hard to come up with good things to say about yourself, so I’ve created a list you can print out and place on your mirror. Every morning, if you can, choose a word that embodies how you feel (or want to feel) that day and try to keep in mind the whole day through. After choosing your word, you might even want to look up the definition to get an even more precise idea of what it means (and maybe even some additional insight on how to embrace it).  

Bonus idea: Print out and frame the list of words. Place it somewhere you’ll see it every morning (in the bathroom or by the front door). Each day, use a dry erase marker to circle your word of the day. If there are multiple people in your house that want to participate, choose different color markers for each person. 

Source: positivelypresent.com

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thesugaringescort:

My two cents;

"Money only impresses lazy girls."

- Wrong. Money impresses everyone, whether they are lazy or working hard for it.

"When a woman works hard, a man with money is a bonus."

- A man with money is only a bonus if he has his OWN and is not counting her dollars going into his bank. 

"Not a ladder to upgrade"

- Well, it’s a tough world out there sometimes. If the man has his own money, and is not using at least some of it to help you make more of your self, to help you accomplish your dreams while he’s sitting there meeting his while you support him…then yes, he’s just a ladder to climb so you can upgrade.

I love her Logic behind this it’s so fitting!

thesugaringescort:

My two cents;

"Money only impresses lazy girls."

- Wrong. Money impresses everyone, whether they are lazy or working hard for it.

"When a woman works hard, a man with money is a bonus."

- A man with money is only a bonus if he has his OWN and is not counting her dollars going into his bank.

"Not a ladder to upgrade"

- Well, it’s a tough world out there sometimes. If the man has his own money, and is not using at least some of it to help you make more of your self, to help you accomplish your dreams while he’s sitting there meeting his while you support him…then yes, he’s just a ladder to climb so you can upgrade.

I love her Logic behind this it’s so fitting!

Anonymous said: What bars specifically would you recommend for finding an older wealthy boyfriend? Thanks :)

nyc-sugar:

In NYC specifically:

The bar at Lavo during happy hour is always packed.

The Four Seasons restaurant bar/lounge during happy hour.

The Mark hotel lounge (small area so don’t come here looking for a party.)

The Starbucks in the Bloomgberg building. ( Seriously! I live close by and there are always lots of business men during weekday mornings.)

The Rose Bar in the Gramercy Park Hotel (one of my favorites and when it’s really going off it’ll be a night for the books.)

The bar (same floor as restaurant) at Catch in Meatpacking.

Rooftop at STK.

Bar at NoMad hotel (library bar needs reservations.)

Bar/lounge at the Crosby Hotel (must go during peak hours, otherwise it’s dead. Usually a good crowd on weekend afternoons.)

Mondrian Soho rooftop (usually only good during the week…weekends the crowd can be really off and lame.)

Places to freestyle ladies 📝📝