Friends Of Ned Hardy
37 Seriously Awesome Halloween Costume Ideas – Caveman Circus
100 Most Beautiful Words In The English Language – Ned Hardy
10 Signs That You’re Dating A Real Man – Crowd Ignite
A Tribute To The Beautiful And Bountiful Katy Perry – Evil Milk
Should You Try to Get Your Ex Back? – Nick Notas
6 Insane Details of Corrupt Politics That Movies Get Wrong – Linkiest
Libby Powell fills out a bikini very nicely – Bro My God
The family of the dude who brought Ebola into the US wants to sue! – Daily Mail
Nina Agdal in Her Calvin Klein Underwear – G-Celeb
Man Admits To Killing Mom And Losing Virginity To Her Corpse – Elite Daily
The 20 Worst Candy Names Of All Time – World Wide Interweb
Isla Fisher Is Like, Damn (49 Pics) – Radass
Emmy Rossum looking hot as hell – Celeb Slam
Beautiful Women, Fit Bodies, Tight Dresses – Trifecta Complete! (15 Pics) – Regretful Morning
Ex-UFC Fighter Jason ‘Mayhem’ Miller Live-Tweeting Standoff With SWAT – The Blemish
A cute smile is sure to brighten up anyone’s day (42 Photos) – Bad Sentinel
“None of our men are 'experts.' We have most unfortunately found it necessary to get rid of a man as soon as he thinks himself an expert because no one ever considers himself expert if he really knows his job. A man who knows a job sees so much more to be done than he has done, that he is always pressing forward and never gives up an instant of thought to how good and how efficient he is. Thinking always ahead, thinking always of trying to do more, brings a state of mind in which nothing is impossible. The moment one gets into the 'expert' state of mind a great number of things become impossible.”
- Henry Ford
Jiro Dreams of Sushi (2011)
I had to start off by mentioning Jiro. Not only is this documentary fantastic, but it’s one of the more recognizable titles in this list. I have friends who either never watched, or claimed to hate documentaries, but ended up loving this movie. I think it’s a great jumping off point into the genre. Jiro Dreams of Sushi chronicles the life of Jiro Ono, an 85-year-old sushi chef who runs one of the best sushi restaurants in the world. However, as much as this is a film about the quest for gastronomic perfection, it’s also a film about family, legacy, personal sacrifice and how all these things fit together (or don’t).
Germany: Schnitzel, a dumpling noodle dish called spätzle, salad and cake
Tokyo, Japan: Pickles, miso soup, rice and what appears to be chicken
If Celebrities Had Normal Jobs – Bro My God
14 Fan Theories That Will Blow Your Mind With Their Devastating Logic – Caveman Circus
9 Dogs Who Make Excellent Babysitters – Crowd Ignite
24 Rules Used In The Art Of Seduction – Business Insider
32 Moments That Prove The World Is Not Such A Bad Place – Linkiest
Emily Ratajkowski’s Looking Damn Fine In Cosmo – G-Celeb
12 Annoying Text Messages That Make You Hate Life Any Time You Get Them – Elite Daily
The 100 Funniest Family Photos Of All Time – World Wide Interweb
Emma Roberts is Sexy (27 Pics) – Radass
Porn Stars With and Without Makeup (80 Pics) – Regretful Morning
Two hot blonde twins…nice! – Double Viking
This donut has an entire Snickers bar stuffed inside – Thrillist
Drake Hooked Up With a Stripper – The Blemish
Yup.. you might want to reconsider that tattoo (20 Photos) – Bad Sentinel
Sara Jean Underwood is a damn fine woman – Evil Milk
1. Removing the struggle from your child’s life.
It’s SO hard to watch them struggle but they need to learn how to cope with struggle itself as it is our best teacher.
When my oldest was about nine months old he still wasn’t crawling. He was still technically my foster child at that point and we had a home nurse that came monthly to check on us. I asked her about the crawling and she pointed out how I had him sitting in a circle of toys that were all within his reach. He was happy and had no need to learn to crawl because life was being handed to him. She went over and pulled the toys away from his little circle of blanket. He of course cried and then I cried and she just kept me from giving the toys back. I told her that with his vision issues he could no longer see the toys and she didn’t care and continued to hold me back. Well he didn’t just magically start crawling but he did stop crying and start exploring.
You have to allow your children to struggle!
I use this story often with them when they think I’m being mean for not helping with something. I explain that sometimes as their mother it is my job to let them cry and figure things out for themselves. I’m not sure they fully understand it yet but when they’re older they will.