People who don’t have money don’t understand the stress.– Alan Dlugash, a partner at accounting firm Marks Paneth & Shron LLP in New York who specializes in financial planning for the wealthy. (via officialssay) Actually, I understand it just fine. The more money you have, the more likely you are to have more stuff. The more stuff you have, the more...
architectureofhappiness: How anyone could give The Ugly Organ less than 10/10 is beyond me.
Don’t look for the big, quick improvement. Seek the small improvement one day at...– John Wooden (via brycedotvc)
themadeshop: Last night I kept dreaming of this image of our Stranahan’s neon sign logo flickering and floating in a little copse of aspen trees in the Colorado snow. So this morning I woke up early and put together a little test rendering of the idea. I’m still new to motion graphics and After Effects, but I think I ended up capturing the image just as I saw it in the night. (HD on Vimeo) ...
Money Is Not Important: Taking Risks →
moneyisnotimportant: There’s no question that successful people take what appear to be risks along the way to get to where they want to go. In reality, though, they are hardly taking risks at all in their own mind. It’s not because they are completely blind to the potential pitfalls of their decisions. Rather, it’s… exactly
diostrio: I don’t think the high school version of me would like who I am now but I don’t really give a shit. I’m actually kind of glad. All I know is I know nothing and that’s ok.
You’re an expatriate. You’ve lost touch with the soil. You get precious. Fake...– Hemingway (via brittanybeee)
We could all look silly and disheveled, or dull and boring. Some men choose not...– G. Bruce Boyer (via voxsart)
Wealthy people don’t just have better toys; they have better nutrition and...– Dunn et al., 2011 (via moneyisnotimportant)
If you really want to rebel against your parents: outearn them, outlive them,...– Henry Rollins (via sirmitchell)
The Problem is the Solution
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Stay a While & Listen: I spoke to Olde Pine: →
stay-a-while-and-listen: Olde Pine are an awesome two piece from Worcester, Massachusetts, who play some incredible music of the ‘twinkly’ variety. I spoke with them over the internet, the following is what transpired. Yo Olde Pine, How are you doing? Hey, we are doing alright, we are both sort of preoccupied with…