tigerlilylily:

got me lifted, shifted, higher than the ceiling

(Source: dulcesonidos, via loveyourchaos)

10 Mar 2014

brontesommerfeld:

Day 5: put cellophane on my windows last night, woke up this morning inside a rainbow

brontesommerfeld:

Day 5: put cellophane on my windows last night, woke up this morning inside a rainbow

(via loveyourchaos)

03 Mar 2014

"Sunshine all the time makes a desert."

Arab proverb 

(Source: dounia-algeria, via exhilarashen)

02 Mar 2014

[1.20.14]

<3

25 Feb 2014

[1.18.14]

got lunch at the ferry building then watched The Book of Mormon! :D

25 Feb 2014

[1.17.14]

made a flour less tangerine cake + ma bro

25 Feb 2014

elvesarebad:

i saw a gifset and ended up watching the entire show: a novel by me

(via reti-cent)

24 Feb 2014

skunkbear:

Randall Munroe of xkcd put together an amusing/fascinating set of gifs showing the relative frequencies of various events.  This is just a small sample - see them all here.

(via npr)

19 Feb 2014

polishedlake:

(still) the best gif on the internet that captures what philosophers call “qualia.”other terms we use for it: phenomenal character, phenomenal qualities, phenomenal properties, qualitative feels, qualitative character, raw feels, what-it’s-like  properties, qualitative properties, immediate subjective qualities, subjective experiential properties, the overall feel, the very feel, sensational qualities, phenomenal consciousness, sensational components

polishedlake:

(still) the best gif on the internet that captures what philosophers call “qualia.”

other terms we use for it: phenomenal character, phenomenal qualities, phenomenal properties, qualitative feels, qualitative character, raw feels, what-it’s-like  properties, qualitative properties, immediate subjective qualities, subjective experiential properties, the overall feel, the very feel, sensational qualities, phenomenal consciousness, sensational components

(Source: elentori)

16 Feb 2014

"Work finally begins when the fear of doing nothing exceeds the fear of doing it badly."

Alain de Botton, who knows a thing or two about doing what you love, quoted by Megan McArdle, author of The Up Side of Down: Why Failing Well Is the Key to Success

Pair with Debbie Millman’s indispensable Fail Safe

(Source: explore-blog)

16 Feb 2014