Links! For you!
Yes. Keep writing.
Don’t worry about who’s reading it, or what they’re saying, or whether or not anyone’s reading it.
Don’t worry about whether or not it’s “the right time,” or that you’re in your pajamas at 1 AM scrawling out a couple of things.
Don’t worry if it’s 6 AM and you forgot to wash your face and you still need to brush your teeth and the coffee is cold.
Helpful! Simple tips for self-portraits.
Gosh, but this is fascinating. Meet Mark Landis, one of the most prolific art forgers in U.S. history.
Kara’s visual interview series is great.
This is the childhood I fantasized about.
When I was living in Taiwan, my apartment was a block away from a plastic surgeon who had a photo album of ‘before and afters’ outside his office. As such, I can’t look away from these photos of South Korean plastic surgery patients.
Three super important things you should really read:
What you should know before being admitted to the hospital
Tuition calculators can put college in reach for many
Why all cats should be indoor cats (from PETA)
Cute! A 1920’s Chorus girl workout.
If you’re single and unhappy about it, this is a good reality check.
Finding that special anyone can seem so romantic when you’re younger. When you’re older, you look back on the most “romantic” times in your life—falling in love with this or that dipshit—and they don’t seem that romantic at all. But the times when you were single? Those were the truly romantic times! Not when you flirted with this or that stranger or put something in your mouth that didn’t belong there. No. When you painted the dining room in your rented apartment that excellent turquoise shade, or when you spent all weekend reading Wallace Stegner’s Angle of Repose just because you felt like it, or when you threw a dinner party and invited 10 people who didn’t know each other and made lasagna that was delicious and everyone got drunk and played the version of Celebrity where you use less and less words, and your friend Steve pantomiming Dodi Fayed has been emblazoned on your brain ever since.
And some Yes and Yes posts you might have missed: How To Hustle Like A Gangsta’ – Networking With Substance, Style + Soul, Gifts For The Traveler In Your Life, Fun Activities That Also Happen To Be A Good Workout.
Hope you had a great weekend!