kiaito:

kiaito:

why would a robot need nipples anyway

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"People always look for excuses. My favorite one is, “Well that’s easy for you because you have a really popular blog.” As if my really popular blog was something I won in the lottery. I had a really unpopular blog for three years in a row where 10 or 20 people were reading it. When I got started in the book business, I received 900 rejection letters. So you don’t look at the end result — at the Richard Bransons and Maria Popovas — and say, “Well they have that thing that I don’t.” They got that thing by showing up. I am really focused on helping people understand that not showing up is a failure of will more than it is a failure of birth."

Excerpt from an interview with Seth Godin in the 10th anniversary issue of the wonderful Australian creative culture magazine Dumbo Feather

As Tchaikovsky put it, “A self-respecting artist must not fold his hands on the pretext that he is not in the mood.” Or, per Isabel Allende, “Show up, show up, show up, and after a while the muse shows up, too.”

More on the role of showing up in creative work here

Also see Godin on vulnerability and how to dance with the fear of failure

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tagged → #life advice
foreverheroine:


This just made me so freaking happy

foreverheroine:

This just made me so freaking happy

We got free samples of nesquick in the mail and what’s the point of being 19 if you can sit in your sweats drinking chocolate milk and watching cartoons

railroadsoftware:

im sorry to break this to you, but it seems as if i have owned you so hard that you are now officially my son. im not happy about it either. in fact i am very disappointed in you 

I’m 100% sure thy wrote this episode entirely for this scene of Reid in a nightclub honestly

tagged → #harleyivy

brood-mother:

seeing a post from one of your rare fandoms randomly appear on your dash

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