1. thesoulfunkybrother:


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  2. teranishibrand:


    I have a private Pinterest board titled "30 and Beyond"

    It’s filled with images like the above. 

    I often get envious with these things. 

    I find it hard sometimes to sit and enjoy activities like reading with a simple cup of coffee. Or watching a T.V. show. I get a feeling like I should be doing something. Even when i’m taking a break from my work, I get anxious.

    Someone recently asked me what my number was. 

    How much in the bank I would want to be “happy”. How much wealth do I want.

    I couldn’t answer with a set number. I’ve had high highs and some low lows when it comes to my finances. The only thing money really solves is your money problems. 

    I realized that wealth to me mean having free time without feeling guilty. 

    Like what I imagine the image above is about.

    The best and worst part is, it can’t be bought in a store.

    And I probably already have it. Somewhere. 

    "We should keep a careful diary of our moments of envy: they are our covert guides to what we should try to do next." - Alain de Botton

    "I realized that wealth to me means having free time without feeling guilty." A-stinkin’-men brother.

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  3. highenoughtoseethesea:

    Reef view through shallow Tahitian glass.

    Ph: Tim McKenna

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  5. surfboner:

    Sleeping quarters.

  6. tastefullyoffensive:

    Case closed. [@neiltyson]

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  8. good:

    Today We Humans Used Up the Ecological Resources We Had for the Year

  9. rvca-anp:

    'Wanted A Place To Crash' by ANP Artist ESPO. View ESPO's latest collection of tees, hats, trunks, and more at RVCA.com —> http://bit.ly/espoxrvca


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  10. rivbike:

    "One’s destination is never a place, but rather a new way of looking at things"
    Henry Miller testing out a prototype Tallux stem & Nigel Smythe cap circa 1965.  Bosco bars may have done him some good over the track drops. A kickstand too!
    Will - Pletscher Diehard

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