I’ve already decided it’s going to be one of those weeks. I’ve been sleeping horribly because my job is stressing me out so much. I wanted to relax this weekend but I spent so much time worrying about all of the problems I was going to have to fix this morning.
I’ve been absent minded and perpetually exhausted. This morning I washed my face with my conditioner (which is going to do wonders for my already stress acne covered face). I want to spend time working on grad school applications but I don’t have the time or motivation. I’m worrying if maybe this path isn’t right for me. Maybe I’m not cut out for a creative job. I feel as if the only way I don’t stress is if I work in an environment that isn’t too challenging or demanding.
I feel like I’ve overestimated my capabilities. This sucks.
This commercial is amazing.
I work at an Under Armour store and we got to see this commercial way before they showed it on TV and everyone was speechless except one dude. He was all like “What the hell? Why the fuck would they make a ballet commercial? It’s not a sport.” My boss was quick to jump down his throat and said “Alright then get your ass on the floor and work on you tippy toes for the rest of your shift. If I fucking see you off them you will be the first of the temps to get cut!” He was on his tippy toes for the last hour and a half of his shift lol
Love love love this commercial
Permanent marker installations by Heike Weber.
Turning Bridge-Building Sideways
In 1978, SOM architect Myron Goldsmith and engineer T.Y. Lin created a remarkable structure to span the challenging middle fork of California’s American River. Ruck-A-Chucky Bridge elegantly solves the problem of building a stable, economical structure across a wide, steep gorge by entirely rethinking the principles of bridge-building. A “hanging arc,” the bridge was to be suspended by 80 high-strength cables and balanced by tensile forces. Though unbuilt, Ruck-A-Chucky Bridge stands as a masterwork of innovative design and structural economy to this day. Learn more