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darksilenceinsuburbia:

On the Street

1. Boulevard des Italiens, Paris

2. Summer Street, London

3. Park Street, London

4. Via Solari, Milan

5. Via Privata Ercole Marelli, Milan

6. Ave. du President Wilson, Paris

7. Quai Voltaire, Paris

the best way to make a cup of coffee is made at home with a simple French press (cafetiere), as it brings out the oils, flavours, and essence of coffee
  1. What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?
  2. What if I fail — how will I recover?
  3. What if I do nothing?
  4. What if I succeed?
  5. What’s truly worth doing, whether you fail or succeed?
  6. In this failure, what went right?

Jonathan Fields, author of Uncertainty: Turning Fear and Doubt into Fuel for Brilliance and creator of the magnificent Good Life Project, proposes six questions that help overcome the fear of failure. Pair with Fields on how to make your own luck, then see this invaluable read on creativity and the gift of failure.

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fluffyplant:

invisiblesbians:

4gifs:

The floor is lava. [vid]

This is one of the best gifs

omfg I’ve only ever seen the end part of this gif this is amazing

fluffyplant:

invisiblesbians:

4gifs:

The floor is lava. [vid]

This is one of the best gifs

omfg I’ve only ever seen the end part of this gif this is amazing

(Source: ForGIFs.com, via molasses-feet)

glimmer-twats:

Mods dancing in the video for The Who’s I Can’t Explain

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

On the Street

1. Boulevard des Italiens, Paris

2. Summer Street, London

3. Park Street, London

4. Via Solari, Milan

5. Via Privata Ercole Marelli, Milan

6. Ave. du President Wilson, Paris

7. Quai Voltaire, Paris

the best way to make a cup of coffee is made at home with a simple French press (cafetiere), as it brings out the oils, flavours, and essence of coffee
  1. What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?
  2. What if I fail — how will I recover?
  3. What if I do nothing?
  4. What if I succeed?
  5. What’s truly worth doing, whether you fail or succeed?
  6. In this failure, what went right?

Jonathan Fields, author of Uncertainty: Turning Fear and Doubt into Fuel for Brilliance and creator of the magnificent Good Life Project, proposes six questions that help overcome the fear of failure. Pair with Fields on how to make your own luck, then see this invaluable read on creativity and the gift of failure.

(via 99U)

(Source: explore-blog)

fluffyplant:

invisiblesbians:

4gifs:

The floor is lava. [vid]

This is one of the best gifs

omfg I’ve only ever seen the end part of this gif this is amazing

fluffyplant:

invisiblesbians:

4gifs:

The floor is lava. [vid]

This is one of the best gifs

omfg I’ve only ever seen the end part of this gif this is amazing

(Source: ForGIFs.com, via molasses-feet)

glimmer-twats:

Mods dancing in the video for The Who’s I Can’t Explain

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"the best way to make a cup of coffee is made at home with a simple French press (cafetiere), as it brings out the oils, flavours, and essence of coffee"
"
  1. What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?
  2. What if I fail — how will I recover?
  3. What if I do nothing?
  4. What if I succeed?
  5. What’s truly worth doing, whether you fail or succeed?
  6. In this failure, what went right?
"

About:

The Pilsooki Challenge is derived from Dream High, KBS 2011, Episode 8: loose 30 kg in 200 days.

This blog will follow both food, nutrition and fitness, and the relationships associated thereof. -- With the above quest in mind. Fighting!

(Oh yeah and to learning to b-boy and free run through the forest by 40 (8year countdown!)

Also: learning using the diaphragm of (Japanese and Korean) pop culture....err and music, in general, probably.