Being an adult is stressful & requires a lot of Brie. @gycphotography (at Kitty Kastle)
#LakeLemon, today (cue sunburn). #repost @laura_dickman
Bea, age 4
Bea:Mom, what were the jerks names in your high school?
Me:There weren't any.
Bea:Wow! There were NO BOYS AT YOUR SCHOOL??
Relax. You will become an adult. You will figure out your career. You will find someone who loves you. You have a whole lifetime; time takes time. The only way to fail at life is to abstain.
--Johanna de Silentio (via bourbonandpearls)
Great crowd at the @500festival #RevTourEngines Gavin DeGraw/Jon McLaughlin concert on the circle! #loveindy (at Monument Circle)
SUBMISSION: This week’s cover of Boston Magazine
“I’ve been second my whole life. I was the second-best player in high school. I was the second pick in the draft. I’ve been second in the MVP voting three times. I came in second in the finals. I’m tired of being second…I’m done with it.”
Sunday evening strolls w/ @ckelley14 & baby John. #mklife #spring
By now, we all know that Paris is a magical place—whether you’ve been there yourself or paid attention to the countless cultural homages to the city through movies, music, books, and art. While Paris’ personality is romanticized, if you dig deeper, each of the 20 Arrondissements, or neighborhoods, that make up this historical city have their own distinct voice. The Marais has longstanding ties to Parisian Jewish life, and today boasts trendy boutiques, art galleries, and the city’s biggest gay community; the Latin Quarter is bustling with students, cafes, and bars, while Oberkampf boasts more “unpredictable” nightlife; and if you visit Père Lachaise you’ll find the cemetery of the same name, forever home to The Doors’ Jim Morrison.
The creative agency Havas Worldwide Paris in collaboration with Flying V explored this varied iconography and characteristics of each area through this clever animation; depicting each hood through a typography based animation.
What’s your favorite neighborhood in Paris?
The woman who follows the crowd will usually go no further than the crowd. The woman who walks alone is likely to find herself in places no one has ever been before.
--Albert Einstein (via musingsinfemininity)
We like The Times Of India.
Know your whiskey
I love this. Whiskey tree.