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    and eating like a kid.

    I wonder how much of what weighs me down is not mine to carry.

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    This map shows the routes of Lewis and Clark across the US.

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    cabin by Beth Kirby | {local milk} on Flickr.

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    Dream House - Isle Of Skye, Scotland - May 2014

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    Be nice to yourself. It is hard to be happy when someone is being mean to you all the time.

    Christine Arylo (via onlinecounsellingcollege)

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    It finally feels like fall so @jordan_e_miller and I went pumpkin/gourd shopping, naturally.

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    African parents are always claiming they had a dream about something they actually want to confront you about.

    First generation problems (via streetetiquette)

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    How odd, I can have all this inside me
    and to you it’s just words.

    David Foster Wallace , The Pale King  (via thatkindofwoman)

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    My brother, in almost every conversation we’ve ever had about work, he’s always said to me, “You have to be humble.” I mean, the job of a reporter is kind of omnidirectional self-abasement, right? You’re going to experts who know more than you about the thing in its kind of structural terms. You’re going to people who are being affected by it in ways that you aren’t, so they know more about how it feels and how it’s working in a way, and certainly their lives, than you do. You’re going to an editor who has a better sense than you do for story structure and how things need to be if they’re going to work. You’re going to readers who ultimately are the judge of your success. I mean it’s a funny position in that way, because you really need to be able to learn from all kinds of different people.

    Ezra Klein, Editor in Chief of Vox.com in Esquire’s The Mentorship Project, a series of fifty interviews with men about the mentors who made them who they are today. (via futurejournalismproject)



    then & now

    Her name is Safa Idriss Nour

    I’m here for this

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