• It’s too easy to let work consume every last cell. This is my insignificant revolution.

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  • Breaking into a sweat while struggling to get your boots on in the morning is no way to go through life.

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    March 16, 2014
  • Two rolls of toilet paper and the longest 9-5 ever

    This is not what I signed up for. For months we’ve been watching time pass, slowly and quickly, as I struggle to not work long hours for entry level wages and we both cope with the ridiculous apartment in the crap town in which we live.

    Today, we spent too much money on four bags of groceries. And despite the fact that the place was packed with workers stocking shelves and parents and their seemingly multiplying children who make getting in the fucking while screaming and screeching way a motherfucking art form we still ended up holding just two rolls of the brand of toilet paper we use.

    Only two left, you see, despite the fact that the workers are always stocking the shelves and there is always something basic missing — like milk, cheese or toilet paper.

    Yes, it’s nice to not have to ride the subway at all. I ride Metro North now, and walk to the office, which will be relocating when the lease is up. Who knows when that will be. But I would endure the 7 once more if it meant feeling like a drink and not having to race because the store is closing at 7:30 or 8 or even 9. If I could say, hey, I don’t like this Laundromat anymore — we should try the one over there. Hey, it’s 11 p.m. and I just realized we need milk for tomorrow morning. Or hey, let’s go to this bar instead of that bar because they have that potato leek soup we love. 

    I’m tired. We are both at the ‘something’s got to give’ point. And it doesn’t help that I seem to be stuck in figurative quicksand at work. We’re tired of feeling stuck. And all it’s done is infuse me with patience and wanderlust — a dangerous combination.

    Is this the beginning of the end I knew was inevitable? Oh, you fickle and wicked city. I tried. I tried with all my heart.

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    February 10, 2014
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    guardian:

Flooding crisis hits the Thames as political row worsens and Environment Agency warns that “hundreds homes likely to be flooded”. Read today’s summary
Above: A girl and her dog get around by canoe in Datchet, Berkshire. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA

    guardian:

    Flooding crisis hits the Thames as political row worsens and Environment Agency warns that “hundreds homes likely to be flooded”. Read today’s summary

    Above: A girl and her dog get around by canoe in Datchet, Berkshire. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA

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    The 30 best Mitch Hedberg jokes about food | HellaWella
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    February 5, 2014
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    Valentine's Day booze, y'all.

    a compilation. for you all.

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    January 19, 2014
  • Mind bites

    Wanting to keep your options open and bettering your situation should never be seen as a bad thing. And anyone who makes you feel guilty about that is merely undervaluing you and the hard work you do.

    #make2014yours

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    Yes. Yes, of course I did, Jim.

#didyoumissme

    Yes. Yes, of course I did, Jim.

    #didyoumissme

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    Bialik attended Walter Reed Junior High School in North Hollywood, California. At the end of Blossom, she chose to attend UCLA, although she also had been accepted to both Harvard and Yale. She stated that she wanted to stay close to her parents and did not want to move to the East Coast. She earned degrees in neuroscience, Hebrew, and Jewish studies, and went on to the PhD program in neuroscience.

    She took a break from studies in 2005 to return to acting. Bialik completed her PhD in 2007. Her dissertation was an investigation of hypothalamic activity in patients with Prader–Willi syndrome. [x]

    you go, girl.

    (Source: scavengervortex)

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