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mistergoodlife:

Deluxe master bedroom ║ Via ║ Goodlife

Ok, that’s cute and all, but how do you keep water from getting everywherewhen you shave your legs?

mistergoodlife:

Deluxe master bedroom ║ ViaGoodlife

Ok, that’s cute and all, but how do you keep water from getting everywherewhen you shave your legs?

Haaaaaaaaaaaiiiiiiiiii.

Haaaaaaaaaaaiiiiiiiiii.

latenightseth:

Seth is really a romantic at heart.

It’s the never ending tension between knowing better and getting what you want. 

pincuo:

Lavender field, Provence, France

PRETTTTTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY.

pincuo:

Lavender field, Provence, France

PRETTTTTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY.

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regalrebellion:

apeturemurder:

thepivotsxxd:

I wasn’t ready for that.

I don’t think anyone was ready for that.

Get it guuuuuuuuuurl. 

You are a unique person and you have to be yourself. You can’t be anybody else; you can’t lead anybody else’s life. You have to be comfortable in your own skin and you have to be confident about who you are, whether you’re working at Twitter or running for office. And that is hard to do….and yet it’s all doable once you relax and decide, ‘You know what? This is no dress rehearsal. This is it for me. I want to be who I am.’ You be yourself. Easiest advice to say, hardest advice to follow.

Hillary Clinton, in response to a tweet from Amy Poehler (x).

(via stamatinafeys)

capitolcouture:

Peeta Mellark: Spirit of Strength

Capitol Couture has been waiting eagerly for the next wave of incredible images of our cherished elite, and here they are! Fresh from the excitement of the most eventful Quarter Quell to date, we are thrilled and honored to present the new Capitol Citizen Living Portraits.

As our Quarter Quell victors, Peeta Mellark and Johanna Mason hold the distinct honor of being the first Capitol citizens featured within a Living Portrait.  Peeta stands tall and true in his Capitol Citizen Living Portrait, his matte leather Unconditional ensemble showcasing a stone-like texture and channeling the victor’s quiet strength, completed by shirt and shoes courtesy of Maison Martin Margiela. The paper collar piece, designed by David Mason, mirrors the sculptural elements in Johanna’s dress and gives a stern ambiance to the baker’s son. With an unprecedented two victories under his belt, Peeta is no longer the boy who bravely faced the 74th Hunger Games, but a true Capitol hero.   


Citizens can witness the artist’s hand-selected series of Living Portraits in person at SOCA this summer.

I know we’ve all been talking about it, but forreal this marketing campaign is sooooooo on point. 

I’ve said it before. I’ll say it again. Ultraprism and I will be dating Joe Biden like whoa the second he gets out of that White House. 

I’ve said it before. I’ll say it again. Ultraprism and I will be dating Joe Biden like whoa the second he gets out of that White House. 

This is what leaning in looks like forreal.

This is what leaning in looks like forreal.

joetheblogger:

my whole office is being held together by dayquil and hope

Been there, buddy. Been there. Godspeed. 

natureconservancy:

I compare you to a kids from a rose on the gray.

YESSSSSSSSSSSSS. 

natureconservancy:

I compare you to a kids from a rose on the gray.

YESSSSSSSSSSSSS. 

MYLIFEISTELEVISION THIS IS FOR YOUUUUUUUUUUUU. 
"You cannot hide in minimalist furniture, Sarah.”

MYLIFEISTELEVISION THIS IS FOR YOUUUUUUUUUUUU. 

"You cannot hide in minimalist furniture, Sarah.”

humansofnewyork:

“People waste way too much energy taking things personally. That Facebook post is probably not about you. It was probably an accident that you weren’t tagged in that picture. And the person you’re dating is probably acting sad because that’s how they respond to setbacks at work, not because of anything you did.”

A lesson I really, really need to learn. 

humansofnewyork:

“People waste way too much energy taking things personally. That Facebook post is probably not about you. It was probably an accident that you weren’t tagged in that picture. And the person you’re dating is probably acting sad because that’s how they respond to setbacks at work, not because of anything you did.”

A lesson I really, really need to learn. 

In the past year, my first in a prestigious Ph.D. program in creative writing and literature, I have often felt conspicuous as a writer of color. I have felt a responsibility to speak up when race is discussed, but I have also resented this responsibility. Lately, I have found myself burying my head. It bothers me to no end that the pressure is beating me, and yet it is.

Matthew Salesses, “When Defending Your Writing Becomes Defending Yourself” (via nprcodeswitch)

This is so true I can’t even handle it. Like the time someone asked me, in all seriousness, if my parents were ashamed for having left India since India educated and ‘provided’ for them. Like, on the one hand I wanted to engage in dialogue, and on the other hand I wanted to run away.