Ambiturner

I like math and dresses.

explore-blog:

How to leave a party: Ghost vs. Goodbye – another brilliant flowchart for modern life from artist Wendy MacNaughton and writer Caroline Paul (a powerhouse creative couple), who previously gave us Should I Check My Email? (one of the best infographics of 2013) and What Mode of Transportation Should I Use?
Pair with MacNaughton’s wonderfully thoughtful illustrated love letter to life’s meanwhile moments and some of our past collaborations.

explore-blog:

How to leave a party: Ghost vs. Goodbye – another brilliant flowchart for modern life from artist Wendy MacNaughton and writer Caroline Paul (a powerhouse creative couple), who previously gave us Should I Check My Email? (one of the best infographics of 2013) and What Mode of Transportation Should I Use?

Pair with MacNaughton’s wonderfully thoughtful illustrated love letter to life’s meanwhile moments and some of our past collaborations.

(Source: the-personal-quotes, via shampoh)

thelifeofjessicaa:

instagram: @thelifeofjessicaa

thelifeofjessicaa:

instagram: @thelifeofjessicaa

(Source: metrodorus, via traveling-barefoot)

peone:

Minnesota Canoe Picnic | Ashley Camper

peone:

Minnesota Canoe Picnic | Ashley Camper

(Source: misslebanon)

anostalgicnerd:

Several stars who were virtually unknown in Love Actually later became badasses

(via fabricofmylife)

valenwoods:

This building in front of the space needle is the edge water hotel which is the only hotel in the world on a pier in which you can fish out of your window. #learningthings #seattle (at Argosy Cruises)

valenwoods:

This building in front of the space needle is the edge water hotel which is the only hotel in the world on a pier in which you can fish out of your window. #learningthings #seattle (at Argosy Cruises)

(via ourseattle)

bethanysworld:

shortformblog:

laughterkey:

hman:


Do you have a hair strategy for 2016? 
‘I’m at an age where I can pretty much do what I want:  Here I am, whether you like my hair or not.’” 

(via)

That’s not a joke? They asked her that?

Her foreign hair policy stands unchanged.

It’s People Magazine.  You expected hard hitting questions about foreign policy?  Why?   
This was to appeal and open the door to America’s midwest soccer Moms.  i.e. The people that basically swung the election in W’s favour in 2004, but are tired of having THEIR rights stripped away and who don’t want to vote for the uber crazy Tea Party Republicans.  As a strategy, it’s actually spectacular.
Note: I’m not giving an opinion on the question, I’m stating why this is a good strategy.  It pretty much states that Hillary IS running, which is an EXCITING take away.  The people that this article appeals to and are likely to buy the magazine don’t care as much about foreign policy as they care about hairstyle trends of celebrities.  Now, if that question were in a serious news magazine, we’d go to war, okay? But, let’s face it, Hillary lost in 2008 because of several factors, one of which was the relatable factor.  

bethanysworld:

shortformblog:

laughterkey:

hman:

Do you have a hair strategy for 2016?

‘I’m at an age where I can pretty much do what I want:  Here I am, whether you like my hair or not.’” 

(via)

That’s not a joke? They asked her that?

Her foreign hair policy stands unchanged.

It’s People Magazine.  You expected hard hitting questions about foreign policy?  Why?   

This was to appeal and open the door to America’s midwest soccer Moms.  i.e. The people that basically swung the election in W’s favour in 2004, but are tired of having THEIR rights stripped away and who don’t want to vote for the uber crazy Tea Party Republicans.  As a strategy, it’s actually spectacular.

Note: I’m not giving an opinion on the question, I’m stating why this is a good strategy.  It pretty much states that Hillary IS running, which is an EXCITING take away.  The people that this article appeals to and are likely to buy the magazine don’t care as much about foreign policy as they care about hairstyle trends of celebrities.  Now, if that question were in a serious news magazine, we’d go to war, okay? But, let’s face it, Hillary lost in 2008 because of several factors, one of which was the relatable factor.  

(via politi-gal)

huuuuughdancy:

if you haven’t seen hugh dancy as grigg in jane austen book club i suggest you stop whatever you’re doing and watch this movie.

(via fuckyeahjaneites)

teenfuckingspirit:

Don’t bless me father for I have sinned ♱

“Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend.”

—   Melody Beatitie (via awelltraveledwoman)

(Source: awelltraveledwoman.com, via awelltraveledwoman)

hollywood-fashion:

Marion Cotillard in Christian Dior at the Cannes Film Festival premiere for L’Homme Qu’On Aimait Trop on May 21, 2014.

hollywood-fashion:

Marion Cotillard in Christian Dior at the Cannes Film Festival premiere for L’Homme Qu’On Aimait Trop on May 21, 2014.