Threads from the Web | 30 December 2011
It’s the very last Threads From the Web for 2011!!
Hair Romance shares her 11 most popular posts from 2011. So many pretty styles! So much NYE inspiration!
I can’t quite believe that Texts From Bennett is real.
New books for your 2012 Kindle reading list.
Margaret Cho on self-esteem and revolution;
When you don’t have self-esteem you will hesitate before you do anything in your life. You will hesitate to go for the job you really wanna go for, you will hesitate to ask for a raise, you will hesitate to call yourself an American, you will hesitate to report a rape, you will hesitate to defend yourself when you are discriminated against because of your race, your sexuality, your size, your gender. You will hesitate to vote, you will hesitate to dream. For us to have self-esteem is truly an act of revolution and our revolution is long overdue.
Eeee! Polka dot love!
Ariel Maccarone and Jennifer Popperl were at the opening of Mr Brainwash’s new exhibition Life is Beautiful for Chinashop;
Crowds from both sides began pushing their way forward as though it was Black Friday and the prints inside were discounted waffle irons. A visibly pregnant woman was pushed about multiple times until someone started yelling for people to back up. Another woman in her seventies—-a woman I had spoken with only moments before, who expressed to me her love of street art—was bounced around like a blow up doll. “THIS IS WHO WE ARE,” I thought. “This is the cultured people we have become.”
Look! A Vintage Bar Guide! How handy!
I’ve been watching a lot of Daria recently, and the Sick Sad World tumblr is feeding my addiction between episodes.
Sweeteeth chocolate looks delicious. Check out their “About” section for mouth watering videos.
One Teacher’s Approach to Preventing Gender Bullying in the Classroom. An amazing read. I am so glad that professionals are starting to incorporate measures like this in the classroom.
Amber Humprey on Rookie; Literally The Best Thing Ever: Forts. Amen.
Olivine shares 10 Crucial Questions to Ask Before 2012 Begins. This would make an awsome poster don’t ya think?
1. What accomplishments am I proud of from 2011?
2. What brave chances did I take?
3. When did I impress myself?
4. What challenges did I overcome?
5. Which relationships did I strengthen?
6. What did I create?
7. How did I nurture my relationship with my body?
8. What setbacks did I greet with grace and courage?
9. What were some fun ways I pampered myself?
10. What promises did I keep with myself and others?
Sal of Already Pretty discusses Age Appropriate Dressing.
Deaf Muslim Punx rocks my world. Super inspiring.
Seth Godin preaches about Lazy Journalism. We could apply this philosophy to so many areas of or lives.
How amazing are these Memento Mori wrist watches. A subtle reminder that time is running out…
I don’t know if I should be enamoured or alarmed with the recent trend in slaughtering innocent books for craft projects;
Oooh, I’d forgotten about these: Literary Action Figures. I wish I had the Brontë Sisters Power Dolls when growing up.
Sign painting is a profession that is experiencing it’s twilight years. I am looking forward to this lovely documentary The Sign Painter.
Happy Friday everyone!
This post was written by Bella Blithely (contact).