ramblings of one who thinks too much

Anonymous said: i will pick you up and hug you and put you in a carton of eggs and you will no longer be a lonely egg you will be happy egg a warm shiny egg full of joy surrounded by your fellow eggs you will be eggstatic

fiftyshadesofgreywarden:

Intimacy is not who you let touch you. Intimacy is who you text at 3am about your dreams and fears. Intimacy is giving someone your attention, when ten other people are asking for it. Intimacy is the person always in the back of your mind, no matter how distracted you are.

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instagram:

Inside the Secret Sketchbooks of @graemebase

For more from Graeme’s previously-unseen library of sketches, follow @graemebase on Instagram.

If these images of mechanical, organic and otherwordly creatures feel familiar, it could be because they come from the imagination of beloved children’s book illustrator Graeme Base (@graemebase).

"I’ve been writing and illustrating picture books for something like 30 years, but for every finished piece there are dozens of sketches that have never seen the light of day," he explains. The Australian artist—perhaps best known for the 1986 alphabet book Animalia (1986)—uses his Instagram account to share this trove of beautiful, unpublished pieces.

"The recurring themes in my art are nature and fantasy with whimsical overtones," he says. "I’m slightly shocked to find myself well into my fifties now, but inside the 11-year-old schoolboy is alive and kicking."

flowersbythebay:

help, I think I died from cuteness 

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I guess Jungli makes me smile too..

nevver:

Fade to black, Isabella Vacchi

fastcompany:

You can unplug the Internet and pull the shades—or you can phone a friend.

You’re reaching the frayed ends of over-caffeinated overtime and if your inbox pings one more time, you might throw your laptop at a wall. If you had the time to read a whole self-help book on being overwhelmed, well, you wouldn’t need it, would you?

study published in the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology looks at your options for bailing out of a burnout, before the meltdown starts.

Using a psychology model of coping mechanisms called selection, optimization, and compensation, the researchers tested each method with a sample of 294 employees and their supervisors. Only one of these strategies actually worked. But first, a review of their definitions:

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why soooo awkward???

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On "Star Gazing," Yunho Admits He "Considered Early Retirement Due to Anti-fans" | MoonROK 

Anti-fans are sick. So are stalkers. I don’t understand this.. How do you expect them to trust genuine fans when there crazies like that around?

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