9 April 2014

Look at how they hide all the black stuff behind white stuff. http://ift.tt/1eqQ5sh

9 April 2014

Design Dilemma: No Closet, No Problem | TyPennington.com http://ift.tt/1eqQ6wc

9 April 2014

I’ve never seen “manly” and “accessory” in the same sentence before. http://ift.tt/1hsmogh

9 April 2014

Beautiful Norwegian Home http://ift.tt/1hsmiFt

9 April 2014
9 April 2014

Cup of fresh Wu in the morning

(via wolfpuke)

9 April 2014

On the set of The Royal Tenenbaums.

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9 April 2014

Twin Peaks first aired 24 years ago yesterday, April 8th, 1990.

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9 April 2014

Take a trip with Mad Men.

(Source: madmen-amc)

6 April 2014

#super8 (at Sweeten Creek Antiques)

4 April 2014

lumoslabs:

The more cardiovascular exercise you get in your teens and twenties, the better your memory may be in middle age. In a recent study, researchers monitored participants in their mid twenties to see how long they could run on a treadmill without getting out of breath. Twenty-five years later, the same participants were given cognitive tests to measure verbal memory and executive function. The 50 year olds who lasted longest on the treadmill at 25 outperformed their peers who were less cardiovascularly fit at 25. While the differences were modest, the cognitive tests used in the study are the same ones used to identify dementia. But don’t worry — no matter what your age, your heart and brain can always benefit from physical exercise. Share this post with friends and let us know your favorite way to get your heart pumping and keep your brain healthy in the comments. 

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4 April 2014
4 April 2014
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4 April 2014

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