Stars-On Peak Hill That’s when I knew you...
Depression’s Upside (New York Times Magazine) →
psychotherapy: A great new piece by Johah Lehrer in this weekend’s upcoming New York Times Magazine, touching on everything from Charles Darwin to David Foster Wallace and everywhere in between, looking for an answer as to why depression exists, and paradoxically, what positive functions it might serve at times. This is one I’ll no doubt be quoting from quite a lot on here, and encouraging my...
Writer's Block →
It started with the night. Research and sacrifice. I wore a corset and combat boots. I couldn’t find the sign but the bouncer beckoned. Is this—I asked and he whisked me in. I guess the outfit was alright. It wasn’t crowded, just awkward. Old men in fingerless gloves and fat women in bad costumes. Loud talk, terrible music. I found the bar quick. The bartender had blunt bangs and red rimmed...
I wish the world would stop rewarding mediocrity.
lollercoaster-deactivated201112 asked: MISS U
moon-sleep asked: do you know any site selling awesome jewelery online? *_*
What are your favorite stores?
I’m rather fond of H&M, of course. Betsey Johnson sample sales, if that counts. And though I’m trying to stop, I had an unhealthy addiction to Forever 21. What about you?!
toovirgigigi: i just want a new dress. me too. so much.
But if you’ve really learned how to think, how to pay attention, then you...– David Foster Wallace, “This Is Water”
Still though, I think if you’re not self-obsessed, you’re probably boring.– Dave Eggers (via aquabooks) (via intweetion)