pickstitches:

The Criteria

I’m not a big sneakers guy, but I appreciate that not everyone likes dress shoes, they aren’t always the most comfortable and not all occasions call for them. For me, the only sneaker I’m interested in is a white, clean, minimal, leather sneaker. I think these sneakers are the most…

I’m going to be purposefully cryptic for a moment.

I know what I have to do to be happy. The problem is that I have to take the first step, I have to start. I have problems with starting things, and I believe that starting is the hardest part to accomplishing anything. It’s one of the biggest reasons for my self-stagnation; I lack drive.

This thing that I need to do, I’m confident that once I am comfortable at doing this thing, I’ll be really happy—or at the very least be more content with my life than I am now. I’m so convinced by this notion that I’d go so far to say that my success at this thing is eventual. Given this, it’s obvious then that beginning to do this thing is the biggest obstacle. It’s like if you’ve never played basketball before, but you’re absolutely convinced that you’ll be a brilliant basketball player then all you have to do is start playing, right?

I think what’s ultimately holding me back is shyness or fear of embarrassment. Is this an obstacle that I need to overcome? Maybe I need to stop thinking, take a page from Nike’s book and just do it.

zagat:

 At this hangout for local artists and musicians, patrons order up Stumptown coffee, espresso with horchata, bagels, pastries and tamales while their kids stay busy in the play area. 
Cafe de Leche, Los Angeles, California 
Photo by Shant Kiraz.
zagat:

 At this hangout for local artists and musicians, patrons order up Stumptown coffee, espresso with horchata, bagels, pastries and tamales while their kids stay busy in the play area. 
Cafe de Leche, Los Angeles, California 
Photo by Shant Kiraz.
zagat:

 At this hangout for local artists and musicians, patrons order up Stumptown coffee, espresso with horchata, bagels, pastries and tamales while their kids stay busy in the play area. 
Cafe de Leche, Los Angeles, California 
Photo by Shant Kiraz.
zagat:

 At this hangout for local artists and musicians, patrons order up Stumptown coffee, espresso with horchata, bagels, pastries and tamales while their kids stay busy in the play area. 
Cafe de Leche, Los Angeles, California 
Photo by Shant Kiraz.

zagat:

 At this hangout for local artists and musicians, patrons order up Stumptown coffee, espresso with horchata, bagels, pastries and tamales while their kids stay busy in the play area. 

Cafe de Leche, Los Angeles, California 

Photo by Shant Kiraz.

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The best way to be happy with someone is to first learn to be happy and content alone.

circlemaze:


 Lost in Translation (2003) + windows 

I’m really amused at how this movie’s title was translated to Portuguese as “Encontros e Desencontros”, meaning “Encounters and Disencounters”, because the title itself was lost in translation AND can’t be translated back, because “disencounters" is not even a word.
circlemaze:


 Lost in Translation (2003) + windows 

I’m really amused at how this movie’s title was translated to Portuguese as “Encontros e Desencontros”, meaning “Encounters and Disencounters”, because the title itself was lost in translation AND can’t be translated back, because “disencounters" is not even a word.
circlemaze:


 Lost in Translation (2003) + windows 

I’m really amused at how this movie’s title was translated to Portuguese as “Encontros e Desencontros”, meaning “Encounters and Disencounters”, because the title itself was lost in translation AND can’t be translated back, because “disencounters" is not even a word.

circlemaze:

 Lost in Translation (2003) + windows 

I’m really amused at how this movie’s title was translated to Portuguese as “Encontros e Desencontros”, meaning “Encounters and Disencounters”, because the title itself was lost in translation AND can’t be translated back, because “disencounters" is not even a word.

chronic-genderbender:

jaredsadalecki:

breaking news: obama is not real. obama is a figment of our imaginations. this country is being run by our imaginary friend, barack obama

Breaking News: Mitt Romney campaigned against an imaginary man and still lost the presidency.

(via prawnathan)