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Marc, oh how i love you.

he really really reminds me of someone but i cant put my finger on it

i love him i love him i love him i love him

i need a thicker skin

or some sort of hormone balancer

because i cant stop fucking crying man. 

so bummed out. 

moon3:

A lunar tetrad – four total lunar eclipses in a row – begins on the night of April 14-15. People are calling it a Blood Moon eclipse. 2014

moon3:


A lunar tetrad – four total lunar eclipses in a row – begins on the night of April 14-15. People are calling it a Blood Moon eclipse. 2014

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hitrecordjoe:

CALLING ALL MUSICIANS & AUDIO CURATORS!

We’re going to be making a Music Video for the song “You Got All You Need” - come & play along with the song in the great outdoors! To support this collaboration, we’re really excited to announce that SONY is going to be sending out FIFTY new Music Video Recorders (SONY HDR-MV1) to some of the more prominent and established musicians in our community!

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MUSICIANS: Play along to THIS SONG & RECord video yourself in Nature performing your part. You can download THIS ZIP containing all of the material you’ll need to contribute.

AUDIO CURATORS: Make an Album of the Audio RECords on the site that you’re inspired by and contribute it the collab. Please contribute Albums no later than TUESDAY, April 22nd at 12pm PST.

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Contribute to the “YOU GOT ALL YOU NEED” collab HERE!

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John Wizards - Tet Lek Schrempf

fucking super cool song

Travel Tip 22: Get a Brita water bottle

wanderlusttour:

The water is safe to drink in Europe, but it doesn’t mean it all tastes good. Brita water bottles filter the water as you drink it. It’ll save you tons of money on bottled water. However, sometimes the tap water is actually better than bottled and you don’t need to filter it. Especially in Switzerland and Austria, oh my… I miss that water. 

But if you’re going to other countries with poor drinking water quality, I’d recommend getting a UV water purifier.

Travel Tip 22: Get a Brita water bottle

wanderlusttour:

The water is safe to drink in Europe, but it doesn’t mean it all tastes good. Brita water bottles filter the water as you drink it. It’ll save you tons of money on bottled water. However, sometimes the tap water is actually better than bottled and you don’t need to filter it. Especially in Switzerland and Austria, oh my… I miss that water. 

But if you’re going to other countries with poor drinking water quality, I’d recommend getting a UV water purifier.

Travel Tip 27: Buy a new perfume/cologne and deodorant scent that you've never had before

wanderlusttour:

I know this sounds weird, but your brain has scent memory. If you only use one kind of perfume/cologne and deodorant that you’ve never used/smelled before during your trip, your brain will associate that smell with your trip. And once you get home, only use those scents very occasionally. Every…

wanderlusttour:

Here it is. My packing list for everything I’m taking with me for my 80 day trip around Europe.
I’ll make a video in like 2.5 weeks when I start packing for real!

1. Chambray Shirt - For days/nights that aren’t as hot.2. Under Armour V-Neck - Quick drying and moisture wicking3. Under Armour Tank - Another shirt option4. North Face Venture Rain Jacket - For rainy days, cool nights, and the whole jacket can compress into one of the pockets5. Khaki Shorts6. Denim Crops7. Denim Shorts (if there’s room)8. Crocs Sandals - Comfy, odor resistant and is great for rainy days or hostel showers.9. Chukka Boots - Because I’ve always wanted a pair.10. Lace Undies - Bringing about 4, and they’re quick drying.11. Money Belt - To keep my cash and passport safe.12. Sunglasses - Don’t want to burn my corneas13. Hat - Let’s see if I can pull off a fedora.14. Leather three way bag - Backpack/Messenger Bag/Tote15. iPhone 4S (unlocked) - I can either get SIM cards in Europe or pay for an international plan with Verizon. I’ll use it to access maps, audio tours, translators, keep in touch, contact couchsurfing hosts, book tickets, find hostels if necessary, and instagram of course.16. Credit Card - I’m taking 4 cards. Debit card, Capital One VentureOne card to be able to use the miles I’ve earned this past year, a new credit card I’ve yet to get that’ll have 0% apr, and a credit card connected to my mom’s account that has chip and pin technology.17. Hair Straightener - Gotta have it.18. Power converter/adapter - For Europe and UK19. Swiss Army Knife - Handy tool that’s now TSA approved.20. Collapsible Hair Brush with mirror.21. Moleskine - I definitely need to journal my trip. Also, I’ll store copies of my passport, itinerary, insurance information, etc in it.22. Travel towel - Quick drying, odor resistant, small.23. TSA sized bottles -  shampoo, conditioner, facial lotion with SPF.24. Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soap - Can be used for showering, laundry, face, and more.25. Collapsible toothbrush26. Brita Water Bottle - Filters as you drink27. Lunette Menstrual Cup - Don’t knock it til you try it.28. My Fujifilm High Zoom Camera - Wish I had a DSLR, but this’ll do. It has great HD video too.

wanderlusttour:

Here it is. My packing list for everything I’m taking with me for my 80 day trip around Europe.

I’ll make a video in like 2.5 weeks when I start packing for real!

1. Chambray Shirt - For days/nights that aren’t as hot.
2. Under Armour V-Neck - Quick drying and moisture wicking
3. Under Armour Tank - Another shirt option
4. North Face Venture Rain Jacket - For rainy days, cool nights, and the whole jacket can compress into one of the pockets
5. Khaki Shorts
6. Denim Crops
7. Denim Shorts (if there’s room)
8. Crocs Sandals - Comfy, odor resistant and is great for rainy days or hostel showers.
9. Chukka Boots - Because I’ve always wanted a pair.
10. Lace Undies - Bringing about 4, and they’re quick drying.
11. Money Belt - To keep my cash and passport safe.
12. Sunglasses - Don’t want to burn my corneas
13. Hat - Let’s see if I can pull off a fedora.
14. Leather three way bag - Backpack/Messenger Bag/Tote
15. iPhone 4S (unlocked) - I can either get SIM cards in Europe or pay for an international plan with Verizon. I’ll use it to access maps, audio tours, translators, keep in touch, contact couchsurfing hosts, book tickets, find hostels if necessary, and instagram of course.
16. Credit Card - I’m taking 4 cards. Debit card, Capital One VentureOne card to be able to use the miles I’ve earned this past year, a new credit card I’ve yet to get that’ll have 0% apr, and a credit card connected to my mom’s account that has chip and pin technology.
17. Hair Straightener - Gotta have it.
18. Power converter/adapter - For Europe and UK
19. Swiss Army Knife - Handy tool that’s now TSA approved.
20. Collapsible Hair Brush with mirror.
21. Moleskine - I definitely need to journal my trip. Also, I’ll store copies of my passport, itinerary, insurance information, etc in it.
22. Travel towel - Quick drying, odor resistant, small.
23. TSA sized bottles -  shampoo, conditioner, facial lotion with SPF.
24. Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soap - Can be used for showering, laundry, face, and more.
25. Collapsible toothbrush
26. Brita Water Bottle - Filters as you drink
27. Lunette Menstrual Cup - Don’t knock it til you try it.
28. My Fujifilm High Zoom Camera - Wish I had a DSLR, but this’ll do. It has great HD video too.

lifestyleoftheunemployed:

7 Keys to Relaxing Travel

done it. great place
passport-life:

Cinque Terre | Italy

GOING TO GO HERE

passport-life:

Cinque Terre | Italy

GOING TO GO HERE

update

Europe May 28th - July 8th officially booked <3

John’s wedding July 12th back home

next, to figure out end of summer plans (Osheaga & Caravan)

and figure out 

WHERE THE FUCK IM GOING TO LIVE. 

Fuji Rock Festival: Japanese Denim Style

forever reblog. 
forever know all the lyrics to every song in this fucking movie. &lt;3

forever reblog. 

forever know all the lyrics to every song in this fucking movie. <3

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