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the best revenge is living well.
katie beth. 22
manhattan. louisville. chicago. brooklyn.

So apparently my second cousin is a gay Yale drama professor and somehow I have charmed him and his partner. Needless to say, they’re taking me for ice cream next weekend in Brooklyn.

seienna:

sophisticated-ignoranceee:

I’ve been waiting so long to find this.

I’M CRYING

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mustachedcrusader:

welcometoroseannadu:

pat why didn’t we hang out more in college?  i’m mad about it tbh

It is dumb we didn’t.  I could have got you into supernatural way earlier,

but I spent a significant portion of time in college drunk wearing morgan’s blouse so that could be why.

meganmcisaac:

Carlie Armstong, Los Angeles, California.

meganmcisaac:

Carlie Armstong, Los Angeles, California.

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good:

good:

Infographic: The Rise of Millennials Living at Home
A recent Pew Research analysis found that 21.6 million America’s young people—that’s 36 percent of Millennials (loosely categorized as those between the ages of 18 to 31)—live with their parents at home. With the highest percentage in at least four decades, the study attributed the rise to three major factors: declining employment, rising college enrollment, and declines in marriage rate. Click above to see how the changing trends in our society and economy are changing opportunities for Millennials.
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GOOD Community members Elisa Huang and Tyler Hoehne contributed in Culture, Living and Economy

See mom, it’s a national trend! 

good:

good:

Infographic: The Rise of Millennials Living at Home

A recent Pew Research analysis found that 21.6 million America’s young people—that’s 36 percent of Millennials (loosely categorized as those between the ages of 18 to 31)—live with their parents at home. With the highest percentage in at least four decades, the study attributed the rise to three major factors: declining employment, rising college enrollment, and declines in marriage rate. Click above to see how the changing trends in our society and economy are changing opportunities for Millennials.

Continue reading on good.is

GOOD Community members Elisa Huang and Tyler Hoehne contributed in Culture, Living and Economy

See mom, it’s a national trend! 

haimtheblog:

new old 501’s

haimtheblog:

new old 501’s

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