Alyssa//Twenty-Four//Brooklyn//Music Industry

  1. Fancy portrait times 💑

    Fancy portrait times 💑

  2. unclefather:

    relationship goals

    (Source: yourheartofficiallybroken, via mtv)

  3. plasmatics-life:

Cave by Vyacheslav Cherkasskiy | (Follow on 500px)
  4. wanderlusteurope:

Reine, Norway

    wanderlusteurope:

    Reine, Norway

    (via infvnity)

  5. Palace of the Winds in Jaipur, India

    (Source: apriki, via vodkaandvogue)

  6. Grimes | “Go (ft. Blood Diamonds)”

  7. humansofnewyork:

"Who’s the better player?""I am. He’s too scared to sacrifice his pieces. He hasn’t learned that sometimes you need to lose two to gain three."(Kampala, Uganda)

    humansofnewyork:

    "Who’s the better player?"
    "I am. He’s too scared to sacrifice his pieces. He hasn’t learned that sometimes you need to lose two to gain three."

    (Kampala, Uganda)

  8. why-and-or-bother:

11 vs 12 flying the tardis

I miss 11 :’(

    why-and-or-bother:

    11 vs 12 flying the tardis

    I miss 11 :’(

    (via moseyonby)

  9. britticisms:

 
  10. remainsimple:

General Store, SF

    remainsimple:

    General Store, SF

    (via thatkindofwoman)

  11. dreamsofteenmachines:

    Reflections (Music Video) | MisterWives

    (Source: youtube.com)

  12. rtamerica:

States with medical pot see nearly 25 percent fewer fatal prescription drug overdoses
A new study reveals that states where medical marijuana is legal experience around one-quarter fewer deaths from prescription drug overdoses, signaling perhaps a small victory for proponents of pot’s alleged pain-alleviating powers.
According to the study published in the latest installment of JAMA Internal Medicine, the 13 states in America that have legalized the use of medical marijuana for patients with valid prescriptions see a 24.8 percent lower annual opioid overdose rate that those where weed can’t legally be offered to treat ailments.

    rtamerica:

    States with medical pot see nearly 25 percent fewer fatal prescription drug overdoses

    A new study reveals that states where medical marijuana is legal experience around one-quarter fewer deaths from prescription drug overdoses, signaling perhaps a small victory for proponents of pot’s alleged pain-alleviating powers.

    According to the study published in the latest installment of JAMA Internal Medicine, the 13 states in America that have legalized the use of medical marijuana for patients with valid prescriptions see a 24.8 percent lower annual opioid overdose rate that those where weed can’t legally be offered to treat ailments.

    (via bluntoclock)

  13. ciarachimera:

    Relationship goals. 100%

    (Source: yukimuranoshiko, via lickthisphilly)

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