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Something for the Weekend

Something for the Weekend

Why Sarah Silverman loves Bernie Staying in is the new going out This guide to Palm Springs Bad Feminist, a collection of essays by Roxanne Gay Three criterion that create your self-esteem Jenny Packham wedding dresses, because hey, maybe one day… Why you will marry the wrong person The Theory of Everything podcast Photographing the real … Continue reading

Something for the Weekend

Something for the Weekend

Want to be an artist? Watch Groundhog Day This 1930’s ice cream parlor tucked inside a Cincinnati train station Aurora Australis… Gorgeous How to waste time productively Give yourself permission to do the things you want to do Effective altruism, or the greatest good This bad-ass speech by Nicole Kidman When you die, you won’t … Continue reading

Something for the Weekend

Something for the Weekend

[Video] Way to go Supremes | Proud to love These rainbow crosswalks unveiled this week in Seattle What makes a woman Monica Lewinsky’s courageous Ted talk on shame 16 perfect responses from women who were asked about their love lives My Avatar, My Self | Great piece on our real versus social media selves Ellen … Continue reading

Something for the Weekend

Something for the Weekend

Discover your kitchen style according to your Myers-Briggs personality type Danielle LePorte’s take on relationships The only three things you need to do today Kids from a public school in one of the country’s poorest congressional districts, and a private school where the tuition is $43,000 a year, are brought together in the hope the … Continue reading

Something for the Weekend

Something for the Weekend

Really liked this…the days are long but the decades are short Creativity is sexy You’re never going to retire. “Smart women don’t retire. They break free from working full-time to living full-time.” — Gail Rentsch How Louis C.K. became the king of comedy These beautiful fairytale illustrations Why you should go to the movies alone … Continue reading

Something for the Weekend

Something for the Weekend

“If those whom we begin to love could know us as we were before meeting them … they could perceive what they have made of us.” | Albert Camus on happiness and love This song, which we listened to on the bus to start every morning on my trip in Asia Jon Stewart’s segment on … Continue reading

Something for the Weekend

Something for the Weekend

The Art of Memoir 25 writing hacks from a hack writer The universe, man… “What are you doing with what you’ve been given?” |  Pastor Rick Warren‘s Ted talk Don’t let this happen Treat yo’self: this t-shirt, these earrings Cheryl Strayed’s “Dear Sugar” letters Mason Ho’s “Wave of the Winter” Have a great weekend!

Something for the Weekend

Something for the Weekend

[video] David Hockney on living in the now (SO inspiring) These images [video] *sigh* I wish I could draw like this “Pausing for Peace” wisdom from Rachel Cole The best book covers of 2014 Obvious, but I need the reminder Hipster business name generator – so funny [video] Inside Minka Sicklinger’s closet Happy weekend! xo

Something for the Weekend

Something for the Weekend

33 thoughts on reading Bing Wright’s photographs of sunsets as reflected in broken mirrors Photographing every street in London This video is pure joy Lisa Congdon’s art studio Erin Wasson‘s home… I mean, I could live in it How to live the perfect life in 3 easy steps I love, love, love the Inside Out Project, … Continue reading

Something For the Weekend

Something For the Weekend

Seneca argues for “living wide rather than living long” [song] I could listen to “Nuvole Bianche” by Ludovico Einaudi a trillion times Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor’s stroke of insight “I’m trying to explain the sadness people usually don’t talk about” | Obed Puerta’s art and Instagram [video] Swimming with icebergs 7 steps to a Bill … Continue reading