ja-ll:

I think there are real tears in my eyes

ja-ll:

I think there are real tears in my eyes

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kittydoom:

exgynocraticgrrl:

Breaking The Male Code: After Steubenville, A Call To Action

 (Left to Right): Peter Buffett, Jimmie Briggs, Joe Ehrmann, Tony Porter,
 Dave Zirin and Moderator Eve Ensler.

MIC DROP

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wilwheaton:

via /r/trollxchromosomes

wilwheaton:

via /r/trollxchromosomes

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modcloth:

Magical, sparkly cat eyes. <3

modcloth:

Magical, sparkly cat eyes. <3

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fastcompany:

Insights from the time-diaries collected from Americans over the past 11 years show we’re shifting in our priorities.
If you can’t catch a breath during the frantic daily grind, don’t blame it on not having any free time.
Americans actually have more leisure time, are less rushed, less stressed, and sleep much more than we think we do. According to sociologist John Robinson, or better known as “Father Time” to his colleagues, most people have around 40 hours of free time per week.
Robinson, a professor at the University of Maryland and director of the Americans’ Use of Time Project, has been studying how people spend their time for more than 50 years. In 1972, he became one of the first social scientists to collect detailed time diaries of people all over the country. According to his massive studies and research, Robinson tells Fast Company that modern Americans only merely feel like we are working more hours and we also tend to exaggerate about our work hours since the actual hours on the job have been decreasing steadily for the past 40 years.
If this is the case, then why don’t we feel like we have more time and what exactly are we spending our time on? Below Robinson gives us the major findings from decades of time-use and social attitudes research:
Read More&gt;

I need to read this..!

fastcompany:

Insights from the time-diaries collected from Americans over the past 11 years show we’re shifting in our priorities.

If you can’t catch a breath during the frantic daily grind, don’t blame it on not having any free time.

Americans actually have more leisure time, are less rushed, less stressed, and sleep much more than we think we do. According to sociologist John Robinson, or better known as “Father Time” to his colleagues, most people have around 40 hours of free time per week.

Robinson, a professor at the University of Maryland and director of the Americans’ Use of Time Project, has been studying how people spend their time for more than 50 years. In 1972, he became one of the first social scientists to collect detailed time diaries of people all over the country. According to his massive studies and research, Robinson tells Fast Company that modern Americans only merely feel like we are working more hours and we also tend to exaggerate about our work hours since the actual hours on the job have been decreasing steadily for the past 40 years.

If this is the case, then why don’t we feel like we have more time and what exactly are we spending our time on? Below Robinson gives us the major findings from decades of time-use and social attitudes research:

Read More>

I need to read this..!

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septemberism94:

dalyproof:

Sure, kittens are cute and all..but what about the love and wisdom of old dogs?

^^^^^^

OLD DOGS, every time.

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"Hello Kitty is not a cat. She’s a cartoon character. She is a little girl. She is a friend. But she is not a cat. She’s never depicted on all fours."

Sanrio: Hello Kitty Is Not A Cat (via fastcompany)

No, just with pointy ears and whiskers….  ಠ_ಠ

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ilovecharts:

This is my new favorite design fail.

ilovecharts:

This is my new favorite design fail.

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furrylittlepeach:

Adding final details to this handsome fella.. (Instagram)

furrylittlepeach:

Adding final details to this handsome fella.. (Instagram)

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"fatigue, n.: When the unbearable seems to outweigh the bearable, and you are too tired to correct the scales."

David Levithan (via rrrachul)

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