The Best 100 Opening Lines from Books. LOVE! Some of these are incredibly profound.
’90s kids, you are gonna love this: TeenNick to start re-broadcasting Nick series from the ’90s! So excited for Clarissa, Kenan & Kel, and DOUG!!
Related: ’90s TV Show Quotes, from TresSugar! I can’t wait for July 25th…
These glitter ombre nails are too fab for words.
We just discovered tatt.ly, a temporary tattoo store for people who prefer a little whimsy and creativity with their ink.
In case you need more Harry Potter in your life (um, who doesn’t?), you need to test out the parseltongue translator, which translates whatever you type into snake speak.
More for the HP-obsessed: Afternoon Eye Candy featuring the men of Harry Potter.
These creative date ideas are amazing (and most would work with friends, too)! We particularly love numbers 6, 16, and 22.
So funny and so true: Life’s Hard Questions Answered by Teen Magazines.
Chictopia shows you how to control your shopping appetite… that is, if you want to.
Heartwarming story of the day: Happy Ending to Tale of Humpback Whale Caught in Fishing Net
Loved this. Feeling overwhelmed? emotionalbagcheck.com gives you the option to “check” your emotional baggage or to help a stranger with their own issues.
Red bra + white shirt? In a pinch, it might be the perfect combo.
Style Evolves, from Already Pretty offers inspiration to anyone looking to improve at, well, anything:
And if you are just starting out or you are still in this phase, you gotta know it’s normal and the most important thing you can do is do a lot of work. It is only by going through a volume of work that you will close that gap, and your work will be as good as your ambitions.
Shine has some great tips to help you brush up on your email etiquette. “Reply all” should pretty much be outlawed.
Funny but probably NSFW due to language: Why I love Being a Girl in 2011, from The Frenemy.
Haha, The Sartorial Twist is great! It’s “a random fashion generator” that mashes up photos from the Sartorialist into unique “outfit shots”.
The NY Times discusses how Beyonce’s clothing choices are causing buzz in the fashion world.
Also from NYT, it’s official: The bright hair trend has gone mainstream.
Love this DIY: Headband Makeover: How to Make a Bow. How cute is that headband?
More DIY cuteness: Vintage Lace Collar from a Doily.
InStyle shows you 9 new ways to wear a ponytail. These styles would be perfect for keeping cool in the ridiculous heat we’re all dealing with right now.
On a similar note, the fun bun seems like the perfect get-ready-fast hairstyle.
Juicy Couture’s fall lookbook is full of fun, inspiring looks for the season… and they don’t include velour tracksuits.
Robert Trachtenberg’s new fashion spread for Tatler magazine is so creative and cool: Don’t You Know Who I Am? features gorgeous fall looks in a very unique way…
10 Editor-Approved Drugstore Beauty Finds, via R29. I want to try that lemon lip balm!
Crushable poses an interesting challenge: Could Giving Up Daily Texts Lead to Something Better? I’m not sure I could handle this one..
Loving the colored jeans trend? FabSugar dishes on the best pairs.
Jessica Quirk’s talk on “The Case for Playing Dress Up” really hit home with us. Life is too short to blend in – why not make the effort and express yourself with fashion?
Yum! This english toffee recipe looks like the perfect treat to make this weekend.
Another fun and delicious-looking recipe to try this weekend: Watermelon Frosty or Margarita.
If you have old magazines lying around, why not turn them into gift bows? This is such a creative idea!
An oldie but goodie: Lifehack.org lists 60 small ways to improve your life in the next 60 days.
RealSimple has tips on packing light for a weekend trip, with suggestions on what to pack for different destinations.
Polyvore reveals the most popular stores and celebrities on their site. Was kinda shocked at the #1 celeb, actually.
Lady Gaga Gets an Egg Shower for Wheelchair Performance. While I like Gaga, I think the wheelchair thing was definitely uncool. What do you think?
Okay, this is morbid and strange, but definitely something physics lovers, Final Destination fans, and theme park fanatics will enjoy: This Rollercoaster is Designed to Kill You.