Friday Links

Fridays are my Mondays but I still love sharing what I find and love online... I have to start with Dani Hampton's open letter. When I read the original article, I didn't know whether I should roll my eyes, laugh, or just be really angry. Either way, it made me appreciate the tattoos I have, and where I am in my life, and the adversity I dealt with had nothing to do with my tattoos and everything to do with overcoming ignorant views.

I was featured on Kyla's series, A Creative Start to a New Year. Going vegan this year is a huge impact on my personal goals, and I loved sharing. Even if you're not vegan, I highly recommend the read for extra motivation.

If you want an epic book to read, or even the great review, Sam's post is for you.

Anna had a chance to visit her brother in Tokyo and we get to see it through analogue.

These amazing matches from Badder Homes and Gardens (I know they weren't a fan, but hearts?? I'm so predictable.)

A quick reminder- there's always money in the banana stand.

Have you even been plagiarized? Here's how to deal.

Oh My Goodness

These beautiful mirror from Trend Hunter.

Are you participating in #massmentions? It's a great way to participate with other geeky girls, designers, gamers or other gadget lovers. Watch out for it every Friday on Gadchick's twitter page.

http://vimeo.com/35404908 This video is a bit long, but worth a share, The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore.

This weekend I'm catching up on work, trolling this beautiful blog, giving Merry a bath, and bike riding downtown for Indian food. Enjoy your weekend!