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Eric Petersen: Illustration for a story in The Guardian Weekend Magazine – “From barn to beach to hipster, these are the only 10 weddings you are invited to this summer” by Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett

Am I beach body ready? Advertisers, that’s none of your business

Is your...incredibly complex, awe-inspiring physical vessel that carts around your brain, and equipment for breathing, excreting, digesting and so much more...currently at a level of slimness determined as attractive according to western notions of female beauty such that it can be exposed to fellow human beings on the beach without causing them unnecessary trauma? Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett

Am I beach body ready? Advertisers, that’s none of your business

Am I beach body ready? Advertisers, that’s none of your business | Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett | Comment is free | The Guardian

The Cost of Paying Attention

the cost of paying attention: "we’ve sacrificed silence — the condition of not being addressed. and just as clean air makes it possible to breathe, silence makes it possible to think."

‘20 minutes of action’: father defends Stanford student son convicted of sexual assault

The father of Brock Allen Turner, a former Stanford University athlete convicted on multiple charges of sexual assault, has said his son should not have to go to prison for “20 minutes of action”.

This is a stereotype for women, showing that will help you shave if you buy their product. That you will get a hot and sexy girl like her to shave your chest.

There are many circumstances that can make you feel happy, but "flow" is the state of involved enchantment you feel in moments when you are fully absorbed in an activity that has meaning to you.

Big Food's Big Problem: Consumers Don't Trust Brands Industry Giants Shift Strategy To Win Back Health-Focused Americans - Families once reliably heaped their plates with products such as Stove Top stuffing from Kraft Foods, Hamburger Helper from General Mills and Kellogg cereals, along with similar products from other processed food titans. But now those consumers are increasingly migrating to smaller, upstart brands that are often perceived as healthier and more authentic.