"If someone does not want me it is not the end of the world. But if I do not want me, the world is nothing but endings."

—  ― Nayyirah Waheed

Posted on 20 October, 2014

Posted on 20 October, 2014
Reblogged from neornithes  Source thecutestofthecute

To let go, I must revisit my past.

If not, I will always wonder “what if” and leave my heart hanging in limbo.

Posted on 19 October, 2014

"Friendship isn’t about who you’ve known the longest. It’s about who walked into your life, said “I’m here for you” and proved it."

—  (via ispeakquotes)

Posted on 15 October, 2014
Reblogged from neornithes  Source

Posted on 14 October, 2014
Reblogged from enjjooy  

Posted on 14 October, 2014
Reblogged from yin-of-the-yang  


i want to be rebellious but i dont want to get in trouble  

Posted on 3 October, 2014
Reblogged from neornithes  Source pimpdaddytavros


Let’s take a step back and remember what our health care system was like just a few years ago. Back in 2009, when I had just started working at the White House, one of our top concerns was the fact that companies and families worried constantly about the rising cost of health care.
Thanks in large part to President Obama’s efforts to pass the Affordable Care Act, health care spending in America has been growing at historically low rates over the past few years. That’s helping to increase workers’ take-home pay and cut costs for businesses.
The average premium for employer-provided family coverage grew by just 3% in 2014, tying 2010 for the slowest rate on record, and down from double-digit increases in the 2000s. If premium growth had continued at the rate we saw last decade, the average premium for employer coverage would have been $1,800 higher in 2014. That’s a lot of money that stays in your pocket!

So the Affordable Care Act is saving millions of Americans money, including my daughter who’s a recent college grad and is able to stay on my health care plan as she gets her career started.

Posted on 3 October, 2014
Reblogged from ilovecharts  


Few things are more important than making sure we provide every child with a first-class education.
President Obama has championed a number of policies that are helping more kids graduate from high school than ever before. School Improvement Grants are turning around “dropout factories,” or schools that graduate less than 60% of their students. We’re also on our way to connecting 99% of schools to high-speed internet through the President’s Connect Ed initiative. And by “schools,” I mean every seat in every classroom.
I’m a policy wonk, but I’m also a mom who is relieved, proud, and encouraged that the Administration’s work and the hard work of all Americans to bring our economy back from the brink of collapse is succeeding. I hope that these charts are as encouraging to you as they are to me. We have more work to do, but we do it knowing that we have come a long way over the last 6 years.
Thanks for following along! It’s be a lot of fun.

- Cecilia

Posted on 3 October, 2014
Reblogged from ilovecharts  

Posted on 17 September, 2014
Reblogged from ilovecharts  Source grofjardanhazy

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