stokedonboards:

Luke Mitrani and Scotty Lago - via Lago’s Instagram

Timestamp: 1411351689

stokedonboards:

Luke Mitrani and Scotty Lago - via Lago’s Instagram

Stale Sandbech at Cardrona Parks
Timestamp: 1411342258
Stale Sandbech at Cardrona Parks

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BEING UGLY IS REALLY FUCKING ANNOYING 

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visitheworld:

The remote village of Stykkið on the west coast of Faroe Islands (by )

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Timestamp: 1411270709

visitheworld:

The remote village of Stykkið on the west coast of Faroe Islands (by )

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portraits-of-america:

     “High school really changed me—it taught me to live in the moment. I ran track and cross country. I was better than almost everyone, but the elites destroyed me. I started beating myself up about it, and didn’t participate in races as much. Then I remembered:  I started running seven years ago because I enjoyed it. So I stopped caring, and went back to enjoying the adrenaline of being in the race, in the moment. And if I came up short, so what? I was running because I enjoyed it.
     “So I applied that philosophy to everything else: I realized that there’s more to life than stressing over the future. Everyone was like, ‘Oh, I gotta get into Stanford. I gotta get into Harvard.’ But in my mind, if you do your work and you come up short, it’s OK. There’s no point in stressing out—you did all you could. If it’s right, it will happen. It doesn’t mean that you don’t have to do anything, but if you work towards something and it’s meant to be, it will come true.”

Minneapolis, MN

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Timestamp: 1411153319

portraits-of-america:

     “High school really changed me—it taught me to live in the moment. I ran track and cross country. I was better than almost everyone, but the elites destroyed me. I started beating myself up about it, and didn’t participate in races as much. Then I remembered:  I started running seven years ago because I enjoyed it. So I stopped caring, and went back to enjoying the adrenaline of being in the race, in the moment. And if I came up short, so what? I was running because I enjoyed it.
     “So I applied that philosophy to everything else: I realized that there’s more to life than stressing over the future. Everyone was like, ‘Oh, I gotta get into Stanford. I gotta get into Harvard.’ But in my mind, if you do your work and you come up short, it’s OK. There’s no point in stressing out—you did all you could. If it’s right, it will happen. It doesn’t mean that you don’t have to do anything, but if you work towards something and it’s meant to be, it will come true.”

Minneapolis, MN

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actualucifer:

AND DON’T

FUCKING

TELL PEOPLE

THAT THEY’RE NOT TRYING

BECAUSE HOW THE FUCK WOULD YOU KNOW IF THEY’RE TRYING OR NOT

JUST BECAUSE IT DOESN’T LIVE UP TO YOUR STANDARDS DOESN’T MEAN THEY’RE NOT TRYING

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highenoughtoseethesea:

Moody evening Chopes with Parko

Photo: Brent Bielmann

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Timestamp: 1411152611

highenoughtoseethesea:

Moody evening Chopes with Parko

Photo: Brent Bielmann

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