Meaghan. 22. College graduate with a major in theatre management currently employed at a regional theater. This is a blog of mish-mashy things. Be prepared for spams when tv shows are on.

Note: my former tumblr url was meaghansays. Also, NONE OF THE GIFS I POST ARE MINE. I TAKE NO CREDIT.

wannabe gingers

 

megachum:

tittily:

my favorite thing about england is that the word pulp doesnt exist 

THIS IS WHAT IM TALKIN ABOUT

megachum:

tittily:

my favorite thing about england is that the word pulp doesnt exist 

THIS IS WHAT IM TALKIN ABOUT

sethrollings:

seraphimkin:

censwh0re:

everyone check your music apparently the new U2 album downloaded onto everyone’s iPhone hahhah I’m dying

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IT’S HERE

IM SO GLAD YALL SAID SOMETHING

seekoutstarlight:

spicy-vagina-tacos:

maplehoofs:

WHY

THIS IS WHY GOD DOESNT TALK TO US ANYMORE

Note the New York plates on the car.

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3d-audio:

3D Audio of Shake It Off by Taylor Swift (Requested)

What is 3D Audio?

3D audio effects are a group of sound effects that manipulate the sound produced by stereo speakers, surround-sound speakers, speaker-arrays, or headphones. This frequently involves the virtual placement of sound sources anywhere in three-dimensional space, including behind, above or below the listener.

Only works with headphones/earphones

Five years ago, Bryce Pinkham made an acting five-year-plan of sorts.

Just out of the MFA program at Yale, Pinkham gave himself half a decade to pursue acting professionally, and at the end of that time he would reassess. If you’d asked him at that time whose career he would most like to emulate, he would have said Jefferson Mays.

Five years later Pinkham is headlining the new Broadway musical “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder” alongside his acting hero Mays.

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(Source: misscladwell)

When I look back on my time in therapy, I wonder if I could’ve done a better job of making it work for me. Maybe I should’ve offered up specific changes that I wanted to see to the therapists, such as “I want to stop crying several times a week” or “I need to learn to be okay with being single.” (Both of these things happened without the help of a therapist, by the way.) But…I didn’t really know that I needed to do that. I saw my therapists as authority figures. I assumed they knew what they were doing, and that they would ask me for specific things if they needed to. I had only the vaguest ideas of how therapy is “supposed” to work, because my psychology classes mainly focused on theories and not on practice.

If you find yourself doing nothing but venting about your problems in therapy–without necessarily then developing any sort of plan to help resolve or cope with the problems–that’s a red flag. Venting can be therapeutic in its own right, but you shouldn’t have to pay for the opportunity to do it. Therapists have a responsibility to provide the best treatment they can; it’s literally in our code of ethics. You deserve that from your therapist.

Hey all,

Sorry it’s been a while since I updated. My apartment was broken into and my laptop was stolen, so I haven’t been doing much internet trolling as of late. Hope you’re all well!

"Her own conduct, as well as her own heart, was before her in the same few minutes. She saw it all with a clearness which had never blessed her before. "

(Source: knightley-emma)