October 7, 2014   654,649 notes

greetings-from-paradise:

mirificentia:

WHY DID THIS MAKE ME SO HAPPY

THIS MADE MY DAY I AM SMILING SO MUCH

(Source: iraffiruse, via goodstuffhappenedtoday)

October 6, 2014   124 notes

“ Everyone who became great at something has a similar story: For years, they worked on their craft every day, even if they weren’t in the mood. Always pushing, practicing, working, and improving…Yes it takes thousands of hours of practice, but that’s good news! It’s a clear path and it’s under your control. ”

Derek Sivers on How to change, or build, your career. Appropriate time to announce that I’ve joined the Product Design team at Facebook.

It’s taken me a long time to build up the knowledge, capabilities, and portfolio to get to this point in my career. I’m fortunate to be where I’m at today, but a big chunk of that has been diligently working; day-in and day-out.

(via creativesomething)

October 2, 2014   12,664 notes
bunnyfood:

Family Photo
(via allcreatures:Telegraph)

bunnyfood:

Family Photo

(via allcreatures:Telegraph)

October 1, 2014   166 notes
yeahiwasintheshit:

so dont even

yeahiwasintheshit:

so dont even

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October 1, 2014   4 notes

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October 1, 2014   12,864 notes

buzzfeed:

HI HELLO HERE ARE SOME ADORABLE TINY BABY ANIMALS OK THAT’S ALL YOU’RE WELCOME BYE

October 1, 2014   49 notes

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October 1, 2014   548 notes

“ I am convinced that creativity is a priority to the integrity of the universe and that life is regenerative and conformity meaningless. ”

Buckminster Fuller (via alteringminds)

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September 25, 2014   278 notes
explore-blog:

William Faulkner, born on this day in 1897, on writing, the meaning of life, and what working in a brothel taught him about storytelling. 
Also see this fascinating read on the psychology of writing and the cognitive science of the perfect creative environment. 

explore-blog:

William Faulkner, born on this day in 1897, on writing, the meaning of life, and what working in a brothel taught him about storytelling

Also see this fascinating read on the psychology of writing and the cognitive science of the perfect creative environment

September 25, 2014   180 notes
laughingsquid:

‘@Large’, A New Site-Specific Exhibition at Alcatraz by Ai Weiwei

laughingsquid:

‘@Large’, A New Site-Specific Exhibition at Alcatraz by Ai Weiwei