It’s not that complicated…
I was reading something this week, and I can’t remember what it was, but it was some kind of interview or something, and the person offhandedly mentioned that a moment of great success/when all eyes are on you is the most important time to thank the people who got you there, because then you’re sharing the light and spreading the success instead of hoarding it like some terrible monster. And when I read it, I was like, “That makes such healthy, perfect sense.” And now I just scrolled upon this Mr. Rogers thing and like, of course. Of course this beautiful man had that same idea and executed it so sweetly.
This is probably the only Viner that made me laugh out loud.
This is my favorite thing ever.
"your made-up pronouns aren’t real words"
ah yes, as an english major i can confirm that no one has ever made up words to compensate for gaps in the language
all words occur naturally in caves located deep in the Amazon rainforest, where they are carefully handpicked by linguists and preserved in dictionaries
Col. Chris Hadfield loves Crash Course, and Crash Course loves Chris Hadfield!
A Gentleman’s Dignity
What distinguishes a selfie from an artist’s self-portrait? Look through a selection of photographs: http://nyr.kr/1hzvpEZ
Above: Jun Ahn, “Self-Portrait” (2008)/Courtesy Christophe Guye Galerie, Zürich
This one was a lot of fun to do. First time doing something longer than 1 page. Also the first time doing something so text heavy. I think I might resort to more than one page more often, so much more room for activities!
Robert Downey Jr. (gif)
Do you want to know how to start looking better? Simplify.
Stop wearing clothes with logos, prints and crazy details.
Instead, focus on great basics. When I say basics, I mean basics. White t-shirt. Blue dress shirt. White oxford. Blue jeans. Gray wool pants. Khaki chinos. Blue blazer. Gray suit. Great boots. Basic shoes. Focus on blue, white, gray. Buy good clothes that fit.
It’s OK for your clothes to be a simple frame for what’s important: you.