Anonymous said: Have you ever considered riding a motorcycle ?
When I lived on Virgin Gorda, I went with some friends to ride scooters around the island. I took my scooter out into the parking lot to prove to the rental people I knew how to drive it, and then subsequently proved to everyone in the parking lot that I most assuredly did NOT know how to drive it, and crashed it into a car and fell over.
So, no. I have not considered riding a motorcycle. Also, I only ever really wanted to ride a motorcycle so I could pull my helmet off and shake out my flowing golden locks to an audience of definitely-falling-in-love-with-me-but-still-kind-of-intimidated men and women, but my hair actually gets matted to my head in a minute and a half and I end up looking like a bathed cat, deprived of its dignity by revealing the true form of its body.
Thank science for dry shampoo.
12:48 pm • 21 April 2014 • 11 notes
Anonymous said: You've been gone for too long. This isn't fun anymore.
7:13 pm • 17 April 2014 • 28 notes
This album makes me feel like a teenager in a great early Britney / Dream / Spice Girls way.
It’s practically the weekend!
12:39 pm • 17 April 2014 • 11 notes
“The paycheck could not compensate for my sense that I was spending my time making stupid, disposable things, which made me feel like a stupid, disposable person. And I started looking for a way out.”
I have my escape date… do you?
4:52 pm • 14 April 2014 • 55 notes
Any time I lose track a little, this song brings me back on course.
4:38 pm • 14 April 2014 • 13 notes
“At the time, Jacobson and Glazer were already working on a Broad City TV pilot; the plan was to wrap up the series, then head to L.A. to pitch it. But the finale was so well received that they were inspired to hit Poehler up with an audacious request: Would you want to, ah, executive produce our project? “Just being like, ‘We might as well fucking ask,’” Glazer recalls. “I don’t know what the fuck we thought she’d say.” And she said — yes! “So it went really well with Amy. We were all the same height, which helped.””
Bright Lights, ‘Broad City’
"We might as well fucking ask." YES.
4:09 pm • 11 April 2014 • 92 notes
Required Reading: An Undisciplined Body
Read this, because it’s beautiful and because it matters.
This weekend, I’m spending time getting inspired by: drinking with this babe, riding with these babes, and listening to this babe.
Have a safe, indulgent, kick-ass, freeing, relaxing, exciting, or whatever-ing-you-prefer weekend.
Next week, I post.
3:58 pm • 11 April 2014 • 32 notes
3rd Grade, 1994
"I am fast and I am tough, built for the hard road ahead. And though I am beautiful, I will not be held down and I will fight back if you try," is basically what I was saying at eight years old.
And am still saying at 28.
And will continue to say forever.
10:12 pm • 7 April 2014 • 72 notes
“When things get rough, the easiest thing to do is step back and let someone else take the wheel. We’re all looking for someone to tell us we’re making the right decision, to confirm what we think is correct. […] Even if they have your best interests at heart, nobody but you knows what’s best for you, or can make the really tough calls on your behalf. After all, you know the particular situation better than anyone else possibly could. You know the nuances, you know the people, and you know what you’re willing to do to change things. You also know why you’re asking for advice, and 99 times out of 100 it’s because of your own intuition.”
— Why You Should Stop Listening to Other People and Take Your Own Advice by Kelton Wright
7:20 pm • 7 April 2014 • 160 notes
I think this is Los Angeles Business Casual…since there are heels AND athletic gear.
Jacket: Rapha; Jeans: Levi’s; Shirt: H&M; Necklace: Francesca’s; Shoes: Rack
7:03 pm • 7 April 2014 • 29 notes