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an istj gemini from nyc whose love of baking is only surpassed by her love of eating. i collect and dump random and interesting things on this tumblelog.
I also run In Cantonese, Please.
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gothpornstar:

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experiencelife:

Two exercises to help undo damage of poor posture.

(via Fitness Fix: How to Correct Computer Slouch · Experience Life)

I’ve been doing these all the time since we’ve had a chiropractor come into our office and teach them to us. 

Okay, so there are approximately 72 million posts a DAY on Tumblr. Which means that approximately 7.2 million of those are original. Now some are offhand comments or pictures of Starbucks coffee drinks, but many posts are amazing graphics, drawings or gifs, compelling essays, novels in progress, fanfiction, cogent political discourse … and those reblogs often have responses, comments and additions. Just thought I’d add a number to the “ONLY” ten percent is new content complaint.
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micdotcom:

Aziz Ansari just came out as a feminist with one perfect analogy

During his appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman on Monday night, the comedian made it very clear where he stands on the issue of gender equality: He supports it and thinks you should, too.

"That’s not how words work"

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fastcompany:

Some schools are canceling recess. But this North Carolina grade school is going in the opposite direction: Kids ride bikes as they read.

"Riding exercise bikes makes reading fun for many kids who get frustrated when they read," says Scott Ertl, who started the program. "They have a way to release that frustration they feel while they ride."

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pewresearch:

Americans may not be raging optimists when it comes to finding work — perhaps “skeptical realists” is closer to the mark — but their self-assessment of the job market tracks pretty closely with official unemployment statistics.

pewresearch:

Americans may not be raging optimists when it comes to finding work — perhaps “skeptical realists” is closer to the mark — but their self-assessment of the job market tracks pretty closely with official unemployment statistics.