Keep it simple.

"Don’t live the same year 75 times and call it a life."

- (via floralgreen)

(Source: pureblyss, via newyorktoparis)

"Long distance relationships suck, they really do, but they’re so beneficial. I’ve learned to appreciate every text, kiss, phone call, high five, hug, nap, skype conversation, snapchat, etc. I’ve learned to save up my money and to work hard for it. I’ve learned that the best things really do come to those who wait. I’ve learned to cherish my boyfriend on a whole new level. I’ve learned to control my emotions and to not fight over bullshit. I’ve learned to love myself. I’ve learned that my presence can change my boyfriend’s day. I’ve learned my boyfriend loves to be surprised with gifts. I’ve learned that the boy I’m waiting for is the one I want to spend forever with. As tiring as a LDR is, I would have never learned any of this if it wasn’t for distance."

- Thank you, distance. (My personal thoughts)

I’ve learned that the boy I’m waiting for is the one I want to spend forever with.

(via shannonwoohoo)

(Source: f-distance, via rhooo-rhooo3)

"Make it simple, but significant."

- Don Draper (via misswallflower)

(via newyorktoparis)

"If you’re lonely, bored, or unhappy, remember you are mad young. There is so much time to meet new people and go to new places."

- Ezra Koenig (via antisocool)

(Source: whorchacha, via jmvi)