wailordead:

but has anybody asked how the fox feels

onehungrymamifood:

'Soft shell' cabbage tacos with the essential ingredients, taco 'meat' and the best spicy Mexican mayo EVER! My current fave smoothie to accompany: beet, strawberry & banana. Feeling that antioxidant glow already 😊

Many who respond to something disagree with it. That’s to be expected. Agreeing tends to motivate people less than disagreeing. And when you agree there’s less to say. You could expand on something the author said, but he has probably already explored the most interesting implications. When you disagree you’re entering territory he may not have explored.

The result is there’s a lot more disagreeing going on, especially measured by the word. That doesn’t mean people are getting angrier. The structural change in the way we communicate is enough to account for it. But though it’s not anger that’s driving the increase in disagreement, there’s a danger that the increase in disagreement will make people angrier. Particularly online, where it’s easy to say things you’d never say face to face.

If we’re all going to be disagreeing more, we should be careful to do it well.

Y-Combinator founder Paul Graham explores how to disagree and offers a hierarchy of the 7 types of disagreement – an excellent complement to philosopher Daniel Dennett’s guide to criticizing with kindness and Susan Sontag’s three steps to refuting any argument.

Also see Graham on prestige vs. purpose and how to make wealth.

(via explore-blog)

carry-on-my-wayward-butt:

when u try to caffeinate yourself and just end up increasing ur heart rate with no discernible changes in levels of exhaustion  

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What I really mean to say is that I hope you aren’t held back because of a number. And that you don’t rush into things because it feels like time is slipping by. I hope you do what’s right for you. Hold on. Slow down. And breathe in. Your age is your age. But more importantly, your life is your life. Don’t change your journey so that it matches someone else’s. We need to walk different paths so the whole world can be explored. Revel in the differences. And enjoy where you are. —Jessica - because I’m a twenty-something 
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hazelcills:

Wow I’m so glad I spent all of my teenage years mentally hoarding pop culture references alone in my bedroom because look at how witty I am on the Internet now see kids this is The Dream.

I love everything about this photoset

The lack of condescension in cultural sharing

The nonsexualization

The contextual foreignness of firm breasts in a society that doesn’t use bras

veganinspo:

Vegan Cronuts

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