Why He’s Having A Hard Time Getting Over You, Based On Your Zodiac Sign — Thought Catalog

@daphneemarieAries (March 21st to April 19th) He’s not sure he’ll ever find someone as up for everything as you are. When he wanted to go on a last minute road trip, you were ready to go. When he found a Groupon for some zany activity neither of you had ever heard of — you were… via … More Why He’s Having A Hard Time Getting Over You, Based On Your Zodiac Sign — Thought Catalog

The inspiration behind David Bookbinder’s Flower Mandalas — Thirdeyemom

I was wandering around Instagram one afternoon when I came across the most beautiful flower creations I have ever laid eyes upon. Intrigued, I delightfully went through each photo in awe and wonder how on earth the creator, David Bookbinder, made these incredible flower mandalas, each with a deep inspiring meaning behind them. Little did … More The inspiration behind David Bookbinder’s Flower Mandalas — Thirdeyemom

Date The Guy Who Texts At 2:30AM To See If You Got Home Safe (Not The One Who Booty Calls You) — Thought Catalog

Gilles LambertYou texted me at 2:30 AM and I was expecting a booty call, but I should have known you better than that. It’s just been so long since you’ve texted me late at night, I was mostly taken by surprise. You used to text me about plans and deep thoughts when we weren’t together,… via … More Date The Guy Who Texts At 2:30AM To See If You Got Home Safe (Not The One Who Booty Calls You) — Thought Catalog

On the Nonfictional Nature of Nonfiction: or Yet Another Blog Post Claiming D’Agata Gets it Wrong — BREVITY’s Nonfiction Blog

By Sarah Einstein The recent New Yorker article, “What Makes An Essay American” by Vinson Cunningham—in which he discusses, and generally dismisses, John D’Agata’s recent The Making of the American Essay, the final installment of D’Agata’s three part series A New History of the Essay from Greywolf—has my part of the Facebook world debating, again, […] … More On the Nonfictional Nature of Nonfiction: or Yet Another Blog Post Claiming D’Agata Gets it Wrong — BREVITY’s Nonfiction Blog

On the Nonfictional Nature of Nonfiction: or Yet Another Blog Post Claiming D’Agata Gets it Wrong — BREVITY’s Nonfiction Blog

By Sarah Einstein The recent New Yorker article, “What Makes An Essay American” by Vinson Cunningham—in which he discusses, and generally dismisses, John D’Agata’s recent The Making of the American Essay, the final installment of D’Agata’s three part series A New History of the Essay from Greywolf—has my part of the Facebook world debating, again, […] … More On the Nonfictional Nature of Nonfiction: or Yet Another Blog Post Claiming D’Agata Gets it Wrong — BREVITY’s Nonfiction Blog