I am feeling wholly unremarkable of late. Perhaps its my job. Or my living situation. Or the poor choices I’ve made. But I feel like I will never get out of this rut (professionally speaking) and like this is, kind of, it. I am doomed to forever ask if someone would like a copy of their receipt and if they’d like everything in a bag, or they’ll just take it in hand. Or if they’ll be using cash or credit.  These are things millions of people do every day. They’re somewhat necessary jobs. There is nothing special to retail. Nothing incredible about being a sales girl. Nothing remarkable about my life.

I am closer to 28 than 27 at this point. I am floundering. Eight years ago I had such big plans for myself. I can’t even fathom the life I had planned anymore. So much has happened. So much has changed. So many people have come and gone. I wish I could get myself back on track, but I honestly don’t know what the “track” is at this point.

I just need to get my shit together and get over myself.

sometimes I don’t want to make new friends
sometimes I just miss my old friends

That was the thing. You never got used to it, the idea of someone being gone. Just when you think it’s reconciled, accepted, someone points it out to you, and it just hits you all over again, that shocking.
Sarah Dessen, The Truth About Forever (via observando)

You know you’re right for someone when they force you to be the best version of yourself.

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Joe Iconis, “Broadway Here I Come”


Joe Iconis, “Broadway Here I Come”

POZ Video Premiere: Modern Baseball - ‘Sports’ In Full Acoustic Set


Our friends in Modern Baseball played a charity show a few weeks ago that was presented by Liquid Courage Media and Big Footprints. The band played their debut album, Sports, in its entirely acoustically, and the house show in addition to Big Footprints’ summer 4-way splits series raised nearly $1,300 for  the Boys & Girls Club of America and The Philadelphia Arts In Education Partnership. 

PropertyOfZack is thrilled today to be premiering Modern Baseball’s full Sports acoustic set that was shot by Ally Newbold and Jason Figueroa. Watch it below after the jump!

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This is a thing I did!