lizlet:

wolvensnothere:

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

PERFECT.

If we want to have more women in tech, it is not enough to get more women engineers and executives—we need more women founders, because it is the founders of companies that set the cultural tone for so much that happens in Silicon Valley. — Peter Thiel (via davemorin)

(via davemorin)

Chloe on the Giants.

tanya77:

Holy crap, this is a good book.

Read this in sophomore year. This book stays with you.

tanya77:

Holy crap, this is a good book.

Read this in sophomore year. This book stays with you.

notnadia:

brooklynmutt:

A Goodell Must Go banner flying above the Giants-Cardinals game today. @ekaycbs

And so it begins.

notnadia:

brooklynmutt:

A Goodell Must Go banner flying above the Giants-Cardinals game today. @ekaycbs

And so it begins.

patrickwo:

drawing-bored:

xombiedirge:

The Shining by Kibooki

want.

omg that Wendy

I need these in a way I’ve not needed things in a long, long time.

(via msdeenyc)

Chloe’s school posts pics from each week to a private Shutterfly account. This is by far my favorite. Lotta mischief in those eyes. I’m ok with that.

Chloe’s school posts pics from each week to a private Shutterfly account. This is by far my favorite. Lotta mischief in those eyes. I’m ok with that.

Saturday art projects at Grandma Vivi’s house.

Saturday art projects at Grandma Vivi’s house.

On the hunger

dearcoquette:

Have you ever lost the hunger? You seem like someone who consumes everything and delights in it all. But have you ever lost it, for even a period of time? If so, how did you get it back? Is the hunger of discovery and experience something that can be taught or practiced without being born with it?


I lose the hunger all the time. Right now, for instance. August left my body sore and my soul polluted. I’m spiritually exhausted, and the strength it takes to recover borrows from the hunger.

It’s not all that unpleasant. It’s not much of anything really, a sort of constant state of anhedonia. Nothing tastes. Nothing touches. Words come out of me, but I don’t recognize them. I’m just here, making a bunch of gestures and signs, interacting with a world I can’t feel.

It’s okay, though. I’ve done this many times. I’m comfortable with the ebb and flow of my emotional well-being. It’s a delicate sine wave, the amplitude and frequency of which I’ve learned to observe from a distance without needing to control it in the moment.

I have enough perspective to recognize the balance. I know better than to course correct with chemicals or consumerism. I don’t wanna fuck up my curve, because I know the hunger comes back.

It’s not up to me, but it always comes back. The trick is in giving up that control, in fully accepting that it’s not up to me, in knowing that nothing is or ever was up to me in the first place, and that it’s all gonna be okay, even if it’s not.

I’ll let you know when I’m hungry again.

Maybe the truest thing I’ve ever read. And excellent advice.

I need this printed on a piece of paper to carry around at all times:

It’s not up to me, but it always comes back. The trick is in giving up that control, in fully accepting that it’s not up to me, in knowing that nothing is or ever was up to me in the first place, and that it’s all gonna be okay, even if it’s not.

sherpaa:

Sherpaa moved offices to a new space in SoHo. We’ve got about 25 people now. It feels good to grow.

sherpaa:

Sherpaa moved offices to a new space in SoHo. We’ve got about 25 people now. It feels good to grow.