1. awaiting-my-escape:




    Licia Ronzulli, member of the European Parliament, has been taking her daughter Vittoria to the Parliament sessions for two years now.

    Every time this is on my dash, it’s an automatic reblog.

    Life. There’s always a way to make it work.

    This woman runs PARLIAMENT with a baby in her lap and she’s CLEARLY doing an outstanding job because she’s still there being a total boss two years later, baby still in her lap.

    "A baby will destroy your career-"


    Are you sure?

    Because I’m pretty sure that Licia Ronzulli would laugh at that declaration.

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  2. abvndonship:



    Robin Williams street art tribute off Melrose in LA on 17 August 2014


    Fuck. Heavy.

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  4. rachealjones:

    Last night was the best night of my entire life. Mike Stud concert was incredible. After party at Tyler Seguin’s house was even better.

  5. luxuryaccommodations:

    The St. Regis Mauritius Resort

    Set against a magical backdrop of the UNESCO-listed Le Morne Brabant Mountain, The St. Regis Mauritius Resort is one of the latest beachfront properties that opened in Mauritius. Soft white sands and turquoise waters lapping at its feet, this resort is a seductive mix of classic colonial design, distinguished service and top-of-the-line amenities. Oozing refined luxury and laid-back bliss, the hotel’s designer rooms and suites are appointed with the latest comforts and technology features, and decorated with timeless bespoke furnishings in calming neutral shades. The fabulous dining scene ranges from casual beach grills and authentic Asian cuisines to exquisite 3 Michelin star fare. Other top notch amenities include a state-of-the-art Iridium Spa, a world class Watersports Centre and a plethora of water sports facilities to name the least.


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  6. awwww-cute:

    Saw this dog for adoption, he’s obviously been practicing for visitors

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  7. revenge-of-the-sock-puppets:





    After Battling Cancer, 11-Year Old Girl Invented a ‘Chemo Backpack’ to Replace Bulky IV Poles


    She’s currently raising funds to begin production

    Her name is Kylie Simonds. please don’t forget her name.

    Kylie Simonds you are a badass of the highest order and I salute you. I would also like an IV pack for my infusions? You rock, kid.

    (via partyinthesinbin)

  8. nhlhockeywags:

    Gabe Landeskog & Mel Shouldice

  10. (Source: fitfamouscelebs)

  11. Are we going to talk about Michael and Ryan at Nationals, or?…

    (Source: boundinthestars)


  12. "You may not believe me but someday you are gonna find someone that you would leave a Luke Bryan show for."
    — <One of the most inspirational things my friend has ever said to me>

    (Source: girlyhockeygeek)

  13. lukebryantr:

    LBTV Thursdays 2014 Episode 27 

    Luke Bryan shared on Youtube. 


  14. 24 Invaluable Skills to Learn For Free Online in 2014


    1. Become awesome at Excel. (x)

    2. Learn how to code. (x) (x)

    3. Make a dynamic website. (x) (x) (x)

    4. Learn to make a mobile game. (x) (x)

    5. Start reading faster. (x)

    6. Learn a language! (x)

    7. Pickle your own vegetables. (x)

    8. Improve your public speaking skills. (x)

    9. Get a basic handle of statistics. (x)

    10. Understand basic psychology. (x)

    11. Make your own music. Guitar (x) Voice (x) Songwriting (x) Music Production (x)

    12. Learn to negotiate. (x)

    13. Stop hating math. (x)

    14. Start drawing! (x)

    15. Make your own animated GIF. (x)

    16. Appreciate jazz. (x)

    17. Write better. (x) (x)

    18. Get better at using photoshop. (x)

    19. Take decent pictures. (x) (x)

    20. Learn to knit. (x)

    21. Get started with investing in stocks. (x) (x)

    22. Clean your house in a short amount of time. (x) (x)

    23. Start practicing yoga. (x) (x)

    24. Tie your shoelaces more efficiently. (x)

    Original post by Buzzfeed.

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  15. How to Make Gifs without Screen Capping



    ↳ I’ve noticed that nearly all the gif tutorials on tumblr have screen-capping as the 1ststep. When I make my gifs, I do so by opening the video directly in photoshop – no need to cap anything. Here's the process that I use.

    Note: I used PS CS5 extended. I’ve been told that C3 extended, C4 extended and C6 all allow video editing, I do not know about any other versions of photoshop.

    1.  Open your video in photoshop (it must be .MP4, .MOV, .AVI, .MPG, .MPEG or .M4V)  [This is the DW 50th Anniversary]image
      Make sure that you have the animation tool bar set to the timeline feature.
    2. Change your canvas size. I like 245 x 160 for my gifs. When a popup window warns that “some clipping will occur,” click proceedimage
    3. Resize the video layer. You will get a pop up saying that “transforming the video layer requires converting it to a smart object layer” – click “covert.”  I am resizing this video down to 23%, but pick whatever size you want. I like to leave a little bit of the video layer on either end, to prevent weird transparency issues, but do as you like.  image
    4. Coloring: I’ll add my coloring to the video (note that I’ve already gone to the frame in the selection that I want to gif)  image
    5. Sharpen: I’ll also sharpen the gif. The beauty of having the video as a smart object layer is that you can use smart filters. I like to use a combination of smart sharpen and sharpen (set to a lower opacity). image
    6. Selecting Clip. I opened the entire episode in photoshop, so now I have to select the small clip I want to gif. You can use the Go To a Time feature to find a specific part of the video quickly. image

      Find the first frame you want in your gif.  Click on the menu button on the timeline and click “Set Start of Work Area.” Now do the same, find the last frame you want in you gif and select “Set End of Work Area” from the same menu.  image

      At this point, it’s helpful to zoom in on the area you want to gif, using the slide bar at the bottom of the animation tool bar.  image

    7. Saving. Time to save the gif, so to “save for web and devices.” Note: this process will take longer than if you are uploading a gif made of frames, since photoshop has to render the frames. Adjust the settings as you normally would. Ideally at this point your gif is smaller than the upload limit for tumblr (it used to be 1 MB, but now I can upload things that are less than 2 MB if they’re 245 px in width). If it’s too large ( 2 -4 MB) I’ll teach you a work around later. image image
    8. Timing. You can upload the gif as is, but, I find that since Photoshop is sampling every frame, the gifs are too fast for me. So, reopen the gif you just saved. Now you should be in the “frame” view of animation. Select all the frames, and change the frame delay. I tend to double what is already there. (In this example the default is 0.04, and I set it to 0.08). This can require some tweaking though, based on the frame rate intrinsic to the source video, and to personal preference. image
    9. Resave the gif and upload!   image
    • Size work around. Say your initial gif is larger than 2 MB. Go ahead and save it anyways. Now, as in Step 8, reopen the gif in photoshop. 

      Now, what you’re going to do is select every other frame, and delete those. This sounds super time consuming, but I’ve made a photoshop action that automates the process. Download the action here. Load and run the action. It will select all of the even frames in the gif for you.Click “stop” when you get a popup.image Now all the even numbered framed are selected, so just hit delete. Proceed as in Step 7, and change the frame delay. Here, instead of doubling, I tend to make the fame delay about 3 times the default. This can be subject to more tweaking again. Save the gif again, and it should be ~about half as big as before.

    That’s all there is to this technique. I find it a lot faster than capping: it’s done all in photoshop, you don’t have to load all those caps into a stack, and it’s much easier to resize the gif as you go along, and sharpening is made so much easier!

    Let me know if you have any questions!

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