l'espirit de escalier

pablocazares:

How To Deal With A Crush

pablocazares:

How To Deal With A Crush

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glittertomb:

Ida Rentoul Outhwaite

glittertomb:

Ida Rentoul Outhwaite

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rubyetc:

scrunchy 

rubyetc:

scrunchy 

Girls shotgunning beers

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I crave space. It charges my batteries. It helps me breathe. Being around people can be so exhausting, because most of them love to take and barely know how to give. Except for a rare few.

Katie Kacvinsky (via seabois)

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baloah:

jeg laver spinatpandekager til karo 

baloah:

jeg laver spinatpandekager til karo 

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Writer’s block is a modern notion. Writers have probably suffered over their work ever since they first started signing it, but it was not until the early nineteenth century that creative inhibition became an actual issue in literature, something people took into account when they talked about the art. That was partly because, around this time, the conception of the art changed. Before, writers regarded what they did as a rational, purposeful activity, which they controlled. By contrast, the early Romantics came to see poetry as something externally, and magically, conferred.

Joan Acocella on writer’s block in her book, Twenty-eight Artists and Two Saints (via austinkleon)

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The most effective way to do it, is to do it.

Amelia Earhart (via shaefierce)

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