White tees are just so awesome. I love it when I can find one with something a little different about it. Enter this luxe white tee from Emerson Fry. How many white tees have you bought and not worn? Ya, none. They are never a bad purchase. This one is on my list.
Why is Jimmy Kimmel such a genius?
You aren’t too late to start something.
Half Of Brits Say Religion Does More Harm Than Good, And Atheists Can Be Just As Moral. And interesting shift that I’m happy to see (I’m atheist). Also, I thought this post by Dani on Sometimes Sweet and the comment section was so good and so interesting!
Laughing so hard and just hoping no one gets hurt — dad films high schoolers falling on ice.
Duh TIME. Banning the word feminist, AYFKMRN?!? Let’s all just refresh our memory on the definition of feminism: the advocacy of women’s rights on the grounds of political, social, and economic equality to men. I’m not sure how that made it through the editors and onto the list with the words like yaaassss and bae.
Fuck yes or no. I actually like to apply this to work & business as I’m super Fuck Yes in my marriage.
Grandma’s smoking weed for the first time. Ohhhh man I want to do this with my grandma!
I’m not a parent or a scientist or a psychologist, but it does seem a little too obvious to me that most kids these days have too much stuff. They receive too much stuff, they expect it. They get it from their parents & grandparents, for their birthday, from losing a soccer tournament (a participation trophy — how about a high five and an orange slice and a great job, you did your best?!). It just seems like all of the “stuff” they have in their cluttered play rooms and bedrooms might have something to do with the rise in ADHD (and probably food & health reasons, but I’m no nutritionist). Again, I don’t know, but the correlation between all of this seems too obvious that it’s connected. I thought this was a great article for how to deal with all the stuff: Your kids, too? Practical advice when kids have too much stuff. I rarely give my niece and nephew toys as gifts. Usually it’s clothes (they grow so fast!), art supplies, or books. But I don’t want to add to the “stuff.”
This awesome GSD interview I did with Leo Babauta of Zen Habits.
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