"I don’t have any good ideas"

That’s a common mantra among those that say that they want to leap, but haven’t, and aren’t, and won’t.

What they’re actually saying is, “I don’t have any ideas that are guaranteed to work, and not only that, are guaranteed to cause no criticism or moments when I’m sure the whole thing is going to fall apart.”

Seth Godin, wise as ever, tells it like it is.

To solve this paradox, he wrote a wonderful children’s book for grownups about vulnerability and the creative life

(via explore-blog)

(Source: explore-blog)

nevver:

Calvin and Hobbes
humansofnewyork:

"I just want to stop working."

humansofnewyork:

"I just want to stop working."

alternativealley:

Dangerous (feat. Joywave) // Big Data

latimes:

Here’s a look back at the life of Elaine Stritch, the Tony-winning actress who died today at age 89. She “seemed to deliver her best performances when she was playing thinly veiled versions of her irascible self,” arts reporter David Ng writes. 
Photo: Barbara Davidson / Los Angeles Times

latimes:

Here’s a look back at the life of Elaine Stritch, the Tony-winning actress who died today at age 89. She “seemed to deliver her best performances when she was playing thinly veiled versions of her irascible self,” arts reporter David Ng writes

Photo: Barbara Davidson / Los Angeles Times

nevver:

Toothpaste for dinner
saatchiart:

Following the World Cup? Here is Mandy Barker’s “Penalty – The World,” comprised of footballs from 38 different countries.

saatchiart:

Following the World Cup? Here is Mandy Barker’s “Penalty – The World,” comprised of footballs from 38 different countries.

wnycradiolab:

iloveoldmagazines:

Life, 1967 Vol. 62, No. 18

Yup.

wnycradiolab:

iloveoldmagazines:

Life, 1967 Vol. 62, No. 18

Yup.

humansofnewyork:

"My husband was an editor at the New York Times, so he’d work really late nights, and I’d sometimes get lonely. So I started letting this tomcat into our house everyday. But my husband was horribly allergic to cats, so right before he’d get home, I’d let the cat back out again. But one night it was raining so hard that I refused to let the cat out, and my husband stayed up all night sneezing. And that’s how I got a puppy!"

humansofnewyork:

"My husband was an editor at the New York Times, so he’d work really late nights, and I’d sometimes get lonely. So I started letting this tomcat into our house everyday. But my husband was horribly allergic to cats, so right before he’d get home, I’d let the cat back out again. But one night it was raining so hard that I refused to let the cat out, and my husband stayed up all night sneezing. And that’s how I got a puppy!"