If you’re needing some halloween ideas, here are a few options.
But here are MORE options! All the options! No need to be sexy Ken Bone.
For my jetsetting darlings, all the airport wifi passwords on one convenient map!
I am heart-eye emojiing for these 100-year-old portraits of immigrants. Some photo restorers have added color and the results are stunning.
Here is a good option for book donation: give them to prisons.
If you’re not already following Rupi Kaur on instagram, I recommend you get on that immediately. Here are 25 reasons why.
you tell me to quiet down cause
my opinions make me less beautiful
but i was not made with a fire in my belly
so i could be put out
i was not made with a lightness in my tongue
so i could be easy to swallow
i was made heavy
half blade and half silk
difficult to forget but
not easy for the mind to follow
40 photos of Frida Kahlo, in case you forgot how much you love her.
I loved reading these interviews of Maori women who got their sacred chin tattoos. They, and the tattoos, are mesmerizing.
For New Zealand Māori women, the moko kauae, or traditional female chin tattoo, is considered a physical manifestation of their true identity. It is believed every Māori woman wears a moko on the inside, close to their heart; when they are ready, the tattoo artist simply brings it out to the surface.