This isn’t to become trendy and cool and be in tune with the times, I am almost positive I am allergic to gluten and it’s horrible because I consume SO much wheat because all this time I thought it was good for me but wheat is TERRIBLE for you and your health. After researching and reading books and articles on it, I am going to work hard to be on a complete gluten free diet because of my stomach problems. I am so tired of feeling so terrible and not being able to function on some days because my health is so poor from the foods that I eat.
If you suffer from a lot symptoms of those who have a gluten intolerance, check it out and read about it.
I just saw a commercial for ASPCA and it crushed me into a million pieces. When I’m ready, I’m going to foster again. I just need a little breather and then I want to get back in it. Please love animals and report any abuse you know of and please rescue and adopt and give these innocent babies a chance at love.
“I wish [I could leave my actor persona behind] all the time. A doctor takes their doctor coat off and goes home. Sometimes I wish I could just shed this…. Go down the street and get my own coffee or go into a restaurant and just sit there. A huge part of my life force as an actor is just people-watching, and I can’t do that anymore. That scares me because if I’m going to start running on memories, then eventually I’m going to run out of the memories I had from before I was famous—about how it felt to just sit in a café and watch people who were just talking and not staring at me.”—Jennifer Lawrence (via jenniferlawrencedaily)
I can’t tell you how many auditions I’ve been on the past few months and I haven’t booked a single thing. OH THE LIFE OF AN ACTOR, OH THE DRUDGERY (is this a word..) of it all!!!!!!!!
My friend the other day asked me, do you regret it?
My answer was no, no, no and I still don’t regret it. I definitely worry about my future but I don’t regret it. I’ve lived my entire life regretting everything I’ve ever done and all the choices I ever made that didn’t benefit my life in some way and I don’t want to regret anymore.
So I’m still in this, officially a year this month that I quit my job! A YEAR. Dang, so crajee.
I haven’t been honest on my tumblr for a long time, for a lot of reasons. For some reason at some point in time I realized I was being too open and too vulnerable on my tumblr and so I stopped. Even now, at this very moment, I’m stopping myself from pouring my heart out. Instead I’m completely avoiding it and just writing this nonsense instead to rear you away from tempting me to tell you the truth, the truth that I’m unhappy, that I’m not happy, that something has to change because I’m losing myself at moments. I don’t want to write that and I want to erase all of that and pretend and let you know that I am happy when in fact I’m not but forget I said all of it, just forget about it.
Hi Ellie, hope you've had a lovely day. Let me just jump in to the question. You know how acting is your thing...has it always been you THING tho? like did you know right from the get go that this is what you wanted to do for the rest of your life? I'm asking cos I am immensely passionate about something, like it's the only thing I would do for the rest of my life even if the pay is shit (decent) and it's the only the I truly want to master/become really really good at. When you started out...
If you’re passionate about something, throw yourself in it. This will always, always be my advice to anyone. Yes, I’m chasing a big dream and this dream most of the time seems unreachable and intangible but I wouldn’t want to be doing anything else than going for what I want for myself in this life. There are always ways to make money while chasing dreams and if your dreams don’t equate to money, who really cares? If you love it and you’re happy that’s what counts.
Practice it, immerse yourself in it, become one with it, eat it, live it, breathe it, make it your everyday.
The story of Laura broke me in a million pieces. FUCK the perverts who did this to her. Thank you to those who saved her from death and horrid abuse.
During her examination (by a male vet), Laura tucked her head in behind his neck and let out a loud sigh as he examined her backside. The doctor said it was like she was almost embarrassed. Despite the pain she must have been in, Laura never snapped or acted out, she just patiently sat there. In terms of treatment, this is a far better prognosis for Laura. However, to imagine that she endured this abuse for an extended period of time is no consolation.