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Anonymous asked: “What is a lady boner?”

When a woman is turned on. Wet. Or is so to my understanding of the term.

Fucking great damn day. This life o’ mine is swell to the brim. 

Anonymous asked: “What are your favorite bands/artists of all time?”

One direction 

Anonymous asked: “I don't know what to do with my life and never had a clear idea either. I'm 21 years old. I've completed 2 college courses which I both loved but I feel like studying something else. and probably something else after. part of me wants to be live in the city, part of me in the country, part of me wants to live in my car and travel. I'm afraid of commitment, yet I'm in a committed relationship of 3 years. (Is it normal to feel like a confused living antithesis? For lack of better words lol)”

Pick something and pursue it. There is no right decision, there is no calling- some people have an easier time committing, or believing that they’re inclined to do one thing. Humans are complex, the world is fascinating- It’s completely normal to have no clue what you want to devote your attention and energy to. There is so much to do. But whatever you do- as long as you do it with passion, immerse yourself, and give your full attention to that thing- you’ll feel the richness. You can taste the most subtle sweetness as long as you’re attentive and accepting. And if you stop tasting the sweetness, then move on- and immerse yourself in something else. Live in a way that in step with your natural rhythm, and trust yourself. Be decisive. I feel where you’re coming from though- I’m a life addict (for lack of better words). I want to taste it all, I want every experience, and I want to be fully present and alive in every experience. And since everything is completely unique and stimulates you in different ways- you can’t place things on a hierarchy. There is a beauty and art to everything- and it’s about realizing that beauty which will make you enjoy life. Not sorting your experience and placing value judgements on what’s better and worse. It is what it is. If you want all of it, do it. You don’t need to settle on anything. 

Anonymous asked: “Are you still friends with anyone from high school? WHy or why not?”

Yes, still close with one. Because our lives moved in similar directions. The animosity remains present for past friendships- but it’s difficult to keep old relationships alive when life moves forward you know? I have such a broad social world so some people I’m just naturally closer to (in proximity) so they have most of my social energies. It’s hard to keep friendships alive when you never see the person.

Anonymous asked: “Do you have plans of writing a book?”

Yes yes yes- It’s a patchwork of experience, philosophy, profiles, snapshots, maps, risks, and beautiful things. A non-linear narrative of human experience and layers of life. 

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Organic ☼ // Spiritual ☯ // Hippie ☮

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Organic ☼ // Spiritual ☯ // Hippie ☮
re-examine:

Gorgeous

re-examine:

Gorgeous

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Only Williamsburg by RomanK Photography on Flickr.

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Only Williamsburg by RomanK Photography on Flickr.

Anonymous asked: “Hello, I'm going to be homeless soon and I don't know what to do. I am unable to get a job no matter what I do. I feel like I've already grown a lot from this situation, but I'm at a point now where I literally have no where to go except my car, and no one seems to understand my situation at all besides my boyfriend, who is probably going to be homeless with me :/ I don't have a tumblr otherwise I would have come off anon.”

Wow. I’m sorry you’re going through that. I really don’t know what to tell you other than don’t give up. Statistically speaking, people come out of poverty, it’s not a static state. So just because this is the direction you’re going in now- it’s not indicative of the rest of your life. It’s circumstantial. That being said, if your friends don’t understand or aren’t in a position to help you out- perhaps seek governmental aid? I don’t know where you live so I don’t know what the system offers, but exercise all potential options and don’t give up. I’m sorry that I don’t have better advice to offer

Anonymous asked: “How do you become less awkward and more confident? I've always been an awkward person but now i am turning 19 and i feel like this has been a part of my life for so long and i want to let go of this baggage but i don't know how. My awkwardness has blocked me from numerous good things and it makes me really really sad.”

Okay, this might come as news- but in my experience it’s all that matters. And that is this. The act precedes the emotion. You don’t talk to a cute boy because you’re a confident person- you talk to the boy, and the more you do it, the more confidence you acquire. You don’t wake up one day without social inhibitions. You need to expose yourself to the situations you fear- and become desensitized to them. Understand that there is nothing to fear. And with practice, comes experience. With experience comes confidence because you’ll have put yourself out there enough times to be comfortable with the scope of possibilities that follow the situation you fear. 

If you feel your awkwardness prevents you from going to bars- go to bars. The more you go, the more confident you’ll feel. Exposure to fears weakens the fear. And gradually you’ll become more comfortable, and more experienced, and you’ll see that what you fear is really just a mental construct and that social interaction isn’t that scary. It’s just a matter of practice and getting yourself to a place of comfort. And when you’re comfortable you can just flow and be yourself and act from a genuine place without over thinking your actions/speech. 

The act must precede the emotion. Don’t forget that.