Last month for my birthday, Ashley got my friends and family to say nice things about me. Then she put all the quotes together with photos in this cool book. All together on three…
I’m very lucky to have people in my life who celebrate my birthday. But here’s the thing: For many of the one million children who experience homelessness in the United States each year, birthdays go by unnoticed and uncelebrated.
But you can do something about this by making a card for a homeless child’s birthday (x).
P.S. If you make a card, please post a photo of it and tag me and I’ll like it!
Ashley and I re-created this classic pic today. (at Four Seasons Hotel Washington DC)
Shiny shoe selfie. (Attending a fancy wedding today)
Imagine walking a trail with your friends and you fall into this deep black hole and all your friends are still walking, they haven’t even noticed you’ve fallen and the only person that can help you is yourself. Every day you try to climb out but it seems you just keep falling deeper. Eventually you give up and you stop trying to get up because every time you try it seems to get worse. You’ve given up trying and depression just consumes you. [Video]
Attention internet: If you feel this way, please know that you are not alone. Other people feel this, too.
And you should get help like I did.
Rickrolling for math nerds.
Feel free to tell your friends you did the ice bucket challenge and send them the link of this blog post as the location of the video.
For your convenience, here’s the Tumblr shortlink: http://tmblr.co/ZS9WQx1P_sf9O
Courage is not the opposite of fear. Courage is feeling afraid but doing it anyway.
The Italian diet consists mainly of bread, pasta and pizza. Being allergic to gluten, my trip was fueled primarily by espresso.