23 7 / 2014

whiskerbiscuitbakery:

The Tao of Star Trek

(Source: trekgate, via failingupwards)

22 7 / 2014

I took one of those “We can guess who you are in 20 Questions!” quizzes.

Here is our best guess at who you are:
1. You are male. (I’m not, though some would agree with their assessment.)
2. You are in currently in your mid 30’s. (Turning 30 in a few weeks, actually.)
3. You are married and just became a parent. You are experiencing exciting days, and more are on their way, but through it all you remain strong, loving and deeply caring. (DING! We have a winner.)
4. You have short hair - partly gray, brown eyes and a fit body. (Long hair, no greys… yet, brown eyes, not so much.)
5. You decided long ago that your kids must have a better childhood than the one you had. You know you’ll do anything to make sure of that. (Yup!)

21 7 / 2014

GQ interviewed Kanye and this is what he had to say about Kim. Say what you want about either of those two, but they are too perfect for each other.

I think we all just want to make someone feel like they got a dinosaur or a fighter jet.

"You mean to tell me that this girl with this fucking body and this face is also into style, and she’s a nice person, and she has her own money, and is family-oriented? That’s just as cool as a fucking fighter jet or dinosaur!"

21 7 / 2014

earwormspodcast:

It’s all there

earwormspodcast:

It’s all there

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21 7 / 2014

mikemoschetto:

dude


Yesyesyes

mikemoschetto:

dude

Yesyesyes

(via failingupwards)

19 7 / 2014

I want my kitchen, and all spaces, to look like this kind of organized chaos. It’s like my brain manifested onto real life. My closet has achieved this, and it is my favorite place in my house.  Busy to others, but calming to me.

I want my kitchen, and all spaces, to look like this kind of organized chaos. It’s like my brain manifested onto real life. My closet has achieved this, and it is my favorite place in my house. Busy to others, but calming to me.

(via thecoveteur)

18 7 / 2014

vogue:

From Gossip Girl to internet entrepreneur—Blake Lively opens up to Jonathan Van Meter in the August issue of Vogue. Read the story on Vogue.com. Photographed by Mario Testino

She’s adorable.

vogue:

From Gossip Girl to internet entrepreneur—Blake Lively opens up to Jonathan Van Meter in the August issue of Vogue.

Read the story on Vogue.com.

Photographed by Mario Testino

She’s adorable.

16 7 / 2014

Even my car thinks my ass looks great today.

Even my car thinks my ass looks great today.

15 7 / 2014

"I have always wanted to be this thing, immortal and benevolent and profoundly loved. Loved until I dissolved into the enormity of the word, until it absorbed me and replaced me with the all-powerful phantom caring for every child, every person, with a fierceness so raw and so bold and yet so constant that they disappeared into it.

I have always wanted to be a mom.”

That quote is the reminder I craved. This article gets it so right. It’s been this crazy struggle over the last few weeks. Being a new mom is so rewarding, so invigorating and yet so fucking sad! Like so sad. People you love and counted on fade away, your social life bottoms out, sometimes I cannot remember when I last washed my hair. My son doesn’t care, and that is rad. But I care. I want to be good at things and throw myself into all of it. I can’t anymore because priorities are hard. It seems like in the moments when you’re a great mom, you’re a shitty employee or you’re a bad friend and vice versa. How do you balance that part of you that you always loved with the new part that you’re learning to love? I don’t think you do really, but that’s probably OK as long as you try.

15 7 / 2014

kierongillen:

Michael Bround of Atoll Comics is starting to do a series of infographics breaking down the structure of Phonogram: The Singles Club. This is the first, and apparently the simplest. Lots more analysis over at the site, but I wanted to show the infographic, because it’s a bit fuuuuccck!
Spoilers a plenty if you actually read the thing above in detail, obviously, but even a scan sort of shows what we were doing with it. Keeping all this in my head was fun.

kierongillen:

Michael Bround of Atoll Comics is starting to do a series of infographics breaking down the structure of Phonogram: The Singles Club. This is the first, and apparently the simplest. Lots more analysis over at the site, but I wanted to show the infographic, because it’s a bit fuuuuccck!

Spoilers a plenty if you actually read the thing above in detail, obviously, but even a scan sort of shows what we were doing with it. Keeping all this in my head was fun.

(via failingupwards)