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  • Bella Star

    Bella Star

    You cannot please the world you never will have everyone on your side, but look in the mirror if you love yourself others will love you too.

    The ones that have something negative to say shouldn't be in your life anyways.

    Friends, boyfriend/girlfriend, and family should talk you up if they don't, don't be scared to drop them.

    I feel like we all have insecurities, but if you could find something that you love about yourself those insecurities just goes away.

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  • Tereza Ympress

    Tereza Ympress

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    Tereza Ympress

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    Credits:

    Photographer: Royal Views 

    Mua: Candice Tate 

    Photographer for the blue background with sparkle dress is Torreé Marcel 
     
  • Isabella

    Isabella

    You are beautiful- Embrace being unique. People are going to say mean things. As soon as something ruffles feathers they always do. Let it go!

    Set goals for yourself, manifest them, believe in them.

    Get uncomfortable- go to those casting calls. Send that email. YOU have to believe in yourself.

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(500) Days of Summer

September 28th, 2016

http://www.rollingstone.com/

By Peter Travers

Boy meets girl, boy loses girl. It's been done to emo death. That's why the sublimely smart-sexy-joyful-sad (500) Days of Summer hits you like a blast of pure romantic oxygen. It turns the genre on its empty head and sees relationships for what they are — a bruising business. Someone's heart always gets ripped out.

Meet Tom (Joseph Gordon-Levitt, letting his charm flag fly), a would-be architect idling in L.A. as a writer of greeting cards. In strolls his boss's new assistant, Summer (the glorious Zooey Deschanel), and Tom's a goner. For her, prizing independence, their affair is a lark. For him, raised on sappy Brit pop and a total misreading of The Graduate (he thinks the ending is happy), it's love. So when she walks away, firmly but with kindness, you feel the pain, the kind that evaporates quickly only on sitcoms.


Marc Webb is a debuting feature director with style to burn. With a seriously funny and touching script by Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber, the movie spins a variation on Memento, shuffling through Tom's 500 days with Summer in a random order that lets us see the fun times and the fault lines. A gimmick? Maybe. But Deschanel and Gordon-Levitt are star-crossed lovers to die for. They play it for real, with a grasp of subtlety and feeling that goes beyond the call of breezy duty.


This knockout of a movie expertly blends bliss (a dance number complete with an animated blue jay after Tom spends his first night in bed with Summer) and the blues (a split-screen segment in which Tom's expectation of winning back Summer clashes with reality). The ending is tidy and way too cute, but (500) Days is otherwise a different kind of love story: an honest one that takes a piece out of you.