Category Archives: this & that

‘This Love Came Back to Me’ – Doctor and Clara

Glen Hansard ‘Didn’t He Ramble’ Out September 18th

If you don’t yet know and love Glen Hansard (formerly of The Swell Season, formerly of the Academy Award-winning film Once), you don’t know what’s up. Gorgeous look at his next album releasing September 18th.

Travel Love: Amsterdam

Netherlands windmill

La Force Tranquille, by Romain Matteï,  taken in the Zaanse Schans, an area of 18th and 19th century windmills and museums just outside Amsterdam

Windmills, which are used in the great plains of Holland and North Germany to supply the want of falling water, afford another instance of the action of velocity. The sails are driven by air in motion – by wind – Hermann von Helmholtz

Travel Love: Stockholm

stockholm photography

photo by saviorjosh

Stockholm is unique in that it’s built on islands and surrounded by water, so you get this enormous sense of freedom. It’s got everything you could possibly need – everything New York or London has but without all the people and traffic. It’s also become a very creative city, not only for music but also for fashion and computer games.

                – Bjorn Ulvaeus

A Trip to Unicorn Island – Lilly Singh/Superwoman

Lilly Singh is a fierce talent and I love her like mad. Check her out if you haven’t already.

Best Gentle Facial Cleansers for All Skin Types + Blog Launch!

Best Gentle Facial Cleansers via Style Me Maybe

Guys, I finally launched a beauty/lifestyle/style blog!

Most recent article I just finished writing is: best facial cleansers for all skin types, featuring Fresh, Innisfree, and more! I’ve also discussed the benefits of and how to use rosehip oil recently, and will be reviewing a Soap & Glory highlighter tomorrow.

Check it out and follow me 🙂

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Poem: EVERYTHING’S GOING TO BE OKAY

reading illustration

(illustration by sososimps)

EVERYTHING’S GOING TO BE OKAY

I’m going to write one of those novels you can’t
put down. The kind where you don’t know what’s
going to happen, and you want to know what’s
going to happen, so you sneak the book into the
bathroom to get a few pages in while your wife
thinks you’re brushing your teeth or showering,
or you take it to work and hope your workstation
walls are high enough to keep the book secret.

read the rest

David Ebenbach, Stirring

Tayor Swift Covers Vance Joy’s “Riptide”

Sea, Salt, Freedom

sea salt freedom girl on shore

Live in the wild air…

by Oleg Oprisco

How Long Must We Wait for Things to Get a Little Bit Easier

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