I am convinced that the shuffle on an iPod produces way better playlists than the shuffle on iTunes.
“A lot of people feel like they’re victims in life, and they’ll often point to past events, perhaps growing up with an abusive parent or in a dysfunctional family. Most psychologists believe that about 85% of families are dysfunctional, so all of a sudden you’re not so unique. My parents were alcoholics. My dad abused me. My mother divorced him when I was six… I mean, that’s almost everybody’s story in some form or not. The real question is, what are you going to do now? What do you choose now? Because you can either keep focusing on that, or you can focus on what you want. And when people start focusing on what they want, what they don’t want falls away, and what they want expands, and the other part disappears.” —Jack Canfield (via likethesun)
“Think about it. Think about the sudden events that have affected your life. With most of them, wasn’t it just a matter of seconds one way or the other? Wasn’t it the little decisions that caused you to cross the street or that, to move yourself into or out of harm’s way? These are the things that get you in the end. Who you marry, what you choose as your profession, how you were raised—-yes, that is the big picture. But, as they say, the devil’s in the details.” —(via 472239364)
Internship report due next week, should probably start that. Or at least look at the requirements. Final exam next week. Should probably start doing the readings. Tuition due in September. OSAP isn’t giving me a dime.