For your bod:
- Some tips on making custom eye makeup from Be Healthy Be Beautiful.
- Cute, cute, cute rounded hem skirts at A Pair & A Spare.
- An incredibly thorough and thoughtful page on combining clothes (particularly menswear), from Put This On (PS: Jesse Thorn I love you).
- Adorable braided T-shirt bracelet, from We Heart This. I’m going to make a whole stack of these for summertime!
- Oh man, so cool! Use your Kinect to size yourself up for online shopping, from TechCrunch.
For your mouth:
- As a vegan, I eat a lot of beans, and dried are cheaper than canned. Unfortunately, they take forever to make, right? Not anymore, thanks to this method of quick-cooking beans from Handjobs (For the Home).
- Poetry and quinoa fruit salad? Thank you, Cheeky Kitchen!
- Crispy roasted chickpeas um num num, from Steamy Kitchen.
- Yup. Totally making these no-bake energy bites, courtesy of Gimme Some Oven.
For your brain:
- John Lovett wrote this great article on elements and principles of design. With cute little drawings!
- Ooh yeah LifeHacker, I think I will hack my brain.
- People think it’s funny that I know all the words for clothes. It’s posts like this one from Meladori that teach me about sleeves, necklines, collars, and dress types.
- I love lists of books—30 Books I’m Glad I Read Before 30, from Marc and Angel Hack Life, has given me lots of things to add to my “to-read” list.
For your soul:
- From Humblepie, how to stop moving your goalposts and reach your finish line.
- 40 tips for a better life, from Global One TV. This is a great list.
For your home:
- From Indie Spotting, an illuminated LOVE canvas—so pretty! I think I want to make one of these for my bedroom.
- Some absolutely beautiful DIY mason jar lamps, made out of garden solar lights. I want these all over my garden this summer. Thanks, Free People Blog!
For your heart:
- Everything we need to know about dating, we learned in kindergarten, from Adorkable Undies. (I meant to post this so long ago! Sorry Nadine!)
- Relationship rules, from Psychology Today.
Dakotalapse, by Randy Halverson. Breathtaking. I could watch that over and over again. (And I will.)
Photo by the girl who tamed the tiger.