Tree house + tent = take my money now.
How gorgeous are these graphic beach towels?
I always wondered how to set my white balance! Now I know.
If you’re alive and a human, you probably occasionally struggle with negative thinking. Here’s how to stop.
I’ve been using this on my sweaty summer skin and it’s amaaazing! (Even more amazing if you keep it in the fridge.)
These photos are mesmerizing.
A private moon. How sweet!
Someone smart once told me that there are really only two reasons that relationships fail. Either the person isn’t that into you or they’re too emotionally stunted to show you that they’re into you. A quote that speaks to that.
How to use statement pieces to make your outfits more interesting. Related: these shoes look amazing.
Is irony ruining our culture?
Recently, the Onion spoofed an ad campaign in which Applebee’s encouraged hipsters to visit their restaurants “ironically” and middle-aged adults to make fun of hipsters. The parody describes four “with it” young folks “seriously” eating their dinner at Applebee’s while ridiculing the food, service and atmosphere. Behind them sit three sad, middle-aged adults mocking the hipsters, sarcastically saying “because I know who the latest bands are I am too cool to eat a cheeseburger without making fun of it.” Neither group is genuinely happy about their meal or station in life. The Onion’s satire points out that irony and formality have become the same thing.
Random cat-owner suggestion: get these. So much more pleasant when you cat wants to sit on your chest and breathe in your face!
Vaguely related: a makeup bag with cat ears!
Cute! Zodiac-specific gift ideas.
Was your mom right?
Researchers studying 13-year-olds found that those who engaged in “pseudomature” behavior — such as minor shoplifting and precocious romantic relationships — and were seen as the “cool kids” tended to develop problems with drugs and relationships by their early 20s.
How do college kids change in their first year at school? A photo essay.