Currently having a pre-quarter life crisis (probably an fifth life crisis or something pathetic) about what I want to do with my future. This past month I’ve seriously thought about going into the radio industry to become a radio presenter. Basically my ultimate goal would be to work for Triple J because I think mainstream radio is getting too much of the spotlight,  and I believe that alternative youth stations are really cool/important for young people to engage in music and arts, like Triple J has done for me over my high school life. 

The other thing is though, I also have this passion of art and drawing. I can’t survive without drawing for a certain amount of hours, and many adults and friends have told me I’m good enough to make a career around it.

Pretty much since year 9 I’ve known that I am going to do something with drawing/expressing my creativity. I don’t feel like my work is developed enough yet to go straight into commission work/posting stuff online. I’m still trying to find my style and I’m struggling with that at the moment. A lot of students in high school exhibitions seem to have a lot more refined works then I do. 

And it’s all I can think about. Will I regret picking one career path over the other? could I pull off both? I really don’t know and I’m scared. 

I’m sick of having that one token girl in every superhero movie. I just want one superhero movie where the majority of the cast is female, then others where its even. 

I might have to move to Sydney if I want to pursue my dream job but I’m really scared at that thought :~(

"Now let me dispel a few rumours so they don’t fester into facts. Yes, I too attended at ‘Hell-ton’ and survived. And no, at that time I was not the mental giant you see before you. I was the intellectual equivalent of a 98 pound weakling. I would go to the beach and people would kick copies of Byron in my face."

carly-bird35:

I’ve been obsessed with them lately.

magictransistor:

Georges Braque, Studio with Skull (Oil, charcoal, mixed-media on canvas), 1938.