Julien Soulier & Adrien Landre


Use what you have, use what the world gives you. Use the first day of fall: bright flame before winter’s deadness; harvest; orange, gold, amber; cool nights and the smell of fire. Our tree-lined streets are set ablaze, our kitchens filled with the smells of nostalgia: apples bubbling into sauce, roasting squash, cinnamon, nutmeg, cider, warmth itself.

The leaves as they spark into wild color just before they die are the world’s oldest performance art, and everything we see is celebrating one last violently hued hurrah before the black and white silence of winter.


Shauna Niequist 

Kristin Rosenau | Pastry Affair

(via delta-breezes)


Alex Strohl

"Stay Humble Hustle Hard" by @jennetsaitquoi #goodtype

Serge Kislakoff (1897-1980)
The Harbour in St Tropez, N/D
Oil on canvas
via kafkasapartment

The Cyclone, Coney Island, 1962
Photo by Nat Norman
I love every single expression in this photo.


Avicii - The Days (Lyric Video)


Maybe Monday’s don’t start off in the greatest way possible. Maybe Tuesday’s and Fridays don’t either. That’s okay. It’s always okay. Why? Because they don’t have to stay that way. There are approximately 86,400 seconds in today. Over half of them are gone now, but there are plenty left. Let’s say there are around 36,000 left. I see that as 36,000 chances to turn it around. All the way up to midnight. You’ve got a chance. You’ve got the time. Now, now you just need the fight. Which I know you have. I’ve seen it before. So really, all you need now is one of those seconds, bursting at the seams with courage, to finally decide that it’s going to be different from here on out. One second. Insanely brave courage. That’s where it starts. & It’s okay if it’s not this second, or this one, or the next. Maybe you need a couple hundred. That’s okay, too. Just promise me that you’ll take the seconds that you have left to turn it around. Rock out the rest of your Monday. Whatever it takes. You deserve it. I promise you do.

'River View from Boat House - Washington Park' postcard - 1914
Milwaukee, Wisconsin