“It’s not whether you were right or wrong, but how much faith you were willing to have, that decides the future. ”


MGS chocolate crunch. 


"I read you loud and clear"

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when you’re the first person to like someone’s response to an Anon


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Dear Anon: My name is Anastasia, welcome to my world and listen to my story before judging me. Your message of saying “Stop asking people for money, get off your lazy ass and work for it” was very rude. I am a hard working women who in the end does not get credit for the work that I do. Welcome to my shoes! At the age of 15 I moved into my boyfriends house, my parents told me “Once you leave, you will never get to come back into the house, you will have to find a way to pay for school, bills, things that you want. We will not help you if you leave” I at the age of 15 did not care, I thought I was going to be taken care of by my ex. I have also explained to everyone about him, he was abusive, controlling and the worse mistake I’ve ever made before. I was alone for the longest of time, before I figured out what I actually wanted to do with my life. Computer programming. I got in to my school! I was so happy, but guess is still hard. Working for the bare minimal is very hard on a everyday base, I ended up leaving the only steady job I had. I’ve applied at many many jobs but yet I hardly get call backs or some jobs don’t even bother replying back to me. I spend most of my day at school for the career that I am dying to get and become and half of the night I am looking for jobs to get me by. Right now I am on edge with my renters and most of my bills are overdue. I am going to be a 20 year old girl in the streets soon. I am asking for help, No one has to donate to me. They don’t have to give me a cent. Don’t you dare put yourself in my shoes again and say that i’m lazy.. 

To anyone who would like to help me, there is a donation button on my blog. Anything really does help me, until I find a job.
It means the world to me

where’s the fucking rent



When I was a kid I thought your 20s were supposed to be fun, not filled with perpetual anxiety about financial stability and constantly feeling like an unaccomplished piece of shit. 

That’s because it was fun for baby boomers and they basically gave us this impression it would always be like that, but then they ruined the economy.


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