1. Declan O’Rourke - We didn’t mean to go to sea


  2. Adventure - why we do it.


  3. Sunday observation

    I’ve been thinking a bit today about how much I’m craving headspace.

    I have this persistent desire to find space to explore a bunch of ideas, but I know I don’t have the time to get into them fully, so instead I find myself just dancing around them, keeping them on the backburner - but I can always feel them there.

    I kind of feel like most people spend a large part of their life doing this - dedicating time to the peripheral stuff rather than getting in to the meaty stuff.

    Does anyone else feel this way?

  4. Friday office tunes: Can’t get enough of this gorgeous stuff from George Maple.
    Find on Spotify: https://play.spotify.com/artist/19m3oZKjGSLzVW0OGIAcNg


  5. "Velvet Underground, Hendrix, Stones"
  6. Sympathy for the Devil - The Rolling Stones


  7. nourish
    1. To provide with food or other substances necessary for life and growth; feed.
    2. To foster the development of; promote.
    3. To keep alive; maintain: nourish a hope.

    1. (Biology) to provide with the materials necessary for life and growth
    2. to support or encourage (an idea, feeling, etc); foster: to nourish resentment.

    1. to sustain with food or nutriment; supply with what is necessary for life, health, and growth.
    2. to cherish; keep alive: to nourish a hope.
    3. to strengthen or promote; foster: to nourish the arts.

    alimony - From Latin alimonia, “nourishment” or “eating money,” from alere, “to nourish,” and mony, “result, resulting condition,” it first meant “nourishment, support.”
    alumnus, alumna, alumni - Alumnus and alumna stem from Latin alere, “to nourish or be nourished,” now by a university; originally alumnus was a pupil and now it is a male graduate. Alumni refers to either sex.
    coalesce - Meaning “cause to grow together,” it is from Latin co- and alere, “nourish.”


  8. "This is the freedom fight of the children of globalisation, who have come through a world recession to find that the promises of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, declared in the austere 1940s, have yet to be made real for millions of girls even in the more affluent world of 2014." I feel like Gordon Brown is ignoring the fact that affluence in the 2014 is reliant on children, girls, and the less visible and wealthy in the developing world being exploited. Our affluence, and their marginalisation and inability to access “universal human rights” are two sides of the same coin.
  9. Divine. Booked tickets to go see this wonderful musician play.

  10. justinyounggroupie:



    Rolling Stone article with Laura Marling

    is it OK that I cried while reading this?

    She makes me wanna be a better me.

    This is divine. And it has confirmed for me that I should go an get my first tattoo today.

  11. John Oliver pulling apart America’s income inequality problem.

  12. humansofnewyork:

    "I write in my journal everyday."
    “Why’s that?”
    “So much happens in life, I think it’s good to live it again and get some distance from it. Or else everything is in a muddle, like on a merry-go-round.”

  13. enochliew:

    Photographs by Thom Sheridan

    In 1986, the United Way attempted to break the world record for balloon launches, by releasing 1.5 million balloons, which resulted in two deaths, millions in lawsuits, and a devastating environmental impact.

    (Source: viralforest.com, via queen-ant)


  14. "There’s nothing more intimate in life than simply being understood… And understanding someone else."
    — ♥LIKE : Brad Meltzer, The Inner Circle (via graceandcompany)

    (Source: rochelledelaroche, via withdrawal-from-human-race)

  15. ranestone:



    i think he is taking this pretty serious since he knows the whole dance

    Just killing it

    I sincerely hope that he keeps being so fantastic.


    (Source: ForGIFs.com, via run-everywhere)