Prince at 19. (From Questlove’s Weeklong Master Class on Prince by Toure in NY Mag)
I did something! How to look absolutely divine and regal, and yet at the same time very pretty and rather accessible. (via Make Yourself Up Like The Most Underrated Elizabeth: Queenie From Blackadder | xoVain)
This may explain why Latin Americans, who live in a part of the world fraught with political and economic problems, but strong on social ties, are the happiest people in the world, according to Gallup. It may also explain why Dreher’s Louisiana came in as the happiest state in the country in a major study of 1.3 million Americans published in Science in 2009. This surprised many at the time, but makes sense given the social bonds in communities like Starhill. Meanwhile, wealthy states like New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and California were among the least happy, even though their inhabitants have ambition in spades; year after year, they send the greatest number of students to the Ivy League.
i get this
I am getting this, hard.