Dear Cancer, Fuck off.
“Hang the eucalyptus upside down by tying it to your shower head with twine. When you run your shower, the steam will rise up towards the eucalyptus, filling your bathroom with the most refreshing, relaxing scent. Plus, the added greens are lovely on the eyes. You’ll definitely feel a little closer to nature.”
The many looks of Coach Adam Levine!
I wait all year to reblog this
when shipping costs more than the item and i’m just like
1. He’s adorable.
2. He has the voice of a million angels.
3. He’s super-hot.
4. He looks like a really great kisser.
5. He’s got a great bromance with Blake Shelton.
6. He looks amazing in just a white T-shirt.
7. He’s got the moves like Jagger.
8. He’s funny.
9. He looks even hotter with a baby.
I don’t know. I understand but it’s kind of the same thing to me like when I was pregnant and working and I would complain about my back hurting and someone trying to conceive would jump on me with something like, ” WELL IF I WAS PREGNANT I WOULDN’T BE COMPLAINING AT ALL.”
Not trying to be rude, but you aren’t. You have no idea until it’s actually you. I know one person who did that to me and now their pregnant and all they do is complain about being sick and I’m like…really? I thought you said you would never complain about it.
In my book, unless you’ve been through it yourself, you really should have no say in the matter, because you have NO clue.
Even if you think you do.
And every single pregnancy is different. A woman could go through a whole pregnancy and never have a single major discomfort. So she may not understand why other women ‘complain’ so much. Then the next time she’s pregnant it completely lays her out and suddenly she gets it. Pregnancy can suck.
Seriously! And who says that we can’t hate our stretch marks just because someone else can’t get pregnant? That’s so invalidating, in my opinion.
An instagram project by Minneapolis-based graphic designer and illustrator David Schwen pairs perfect Pantone food matches. In this series, classic food combinations create their own palette of Pantone colors.