Jajo Taco

My Visual Blog Mostly items that make me laugh, smile or simply inspire a new thought.

I Had A Black Dog, His Name Was Depression.

Unbelievably relateable for me. Especially lately.

Feeling like I’m losing passion for things I used to love.

Feel like everything exhausts me, so much more than usual. Or even at times leaving me exhausted after simple tasks - talking to ones I love and care about, where before I enjoyed it beyond measure.

Isolation at it’s best/worst.

Keeping a journal is something I used to do quite often, and I don’t find the energy these days to do this. Something I feel I need and must do.

Fuck you black dog :)
There are a very select few I would want to see. And a whole lot I wouldn’t. 
Sounds mean, but hey it’s the truth. Not many people that I actively keep in touch with, if any. Sorry to anyone who sees this and things you’re in the “whole lot” I wouldn’t want to see - if you have my tumbly, you’re not in that lot.

There are a very select few I would want to see. And a whole lot I wouldn’t.
Sounds mean, but hey it’s the truth. Not many people that I actively keep in touch with, if any. Sorry to anyone who sees this and things you’re in the “whole lot” I wouldn’t want to see - if you have my tumbly, you’re not in that lot.

(Source: crimesagainsthughsmanatees)

The Power Of Empathy.

Offline Purchase

A site dedicated to telling you where you can PHYSICALLY find an item, that you seemingly only can find online.

I don’t truly celebrate the holidays, but if I did this would definitely be my Christmas tree.

I don’t truly celebrate the holidays, but if I did this would definitely be my Christmas tree.

You were once wild. Don’t let them tame you.

Isadora Duncan (via aestheticintrovert)

True, double true. This reminds me of another saying I once read. Something about the fact that we never “grow” our imagination, but slowly lose it as we get older.

(Source: rabbitinthemoon, via refulgence)

One of my favorite quotes. I first heard it in a movie, “Coach Carter”, but recently found out it’s from a book by Marianne Wiliamson “A Return To Love…” title is a bit longer than that, but you get the point.

One of my favorite quotes. I first heard it in a movie, “Coach Carter”, but recently found out it’s from a book by Marianne Wiliamson “A Return To Love…” title is a bit longer than that, but you get the point.

(via thetaoofdana)