“Don’t fear change. You may lose something good, but you may also gain something great.”

Stephen Colbert Cover Shoot for Outside Magazine [x]

(Source: wrongturnintoyesterday-)

grace—abounding:

The Pursuit of Happiness
-rise with the sun
-get dirty
-act like it’s the weekend: be spontaneous and make every day Saturday
-find a place to disconnect
-crank the tunes
-drink up: hydrate!
-hit the beach: drop in on some gnarly waves
-keep animal friends close
-go screenless for a while
-give your time
-train with a team
-break a sweat
-break the rules: get high on chocolate
-tell better jokes
-eat feel-good foods: elk, greens, gamma-aminobutyric acid, Indian food, healthy fats (fish!)
-go blue: swim
-imagine a getaway

BE HAPPY :)

gosupgear:

Outside magazine reports:

They’re everywhere. Over the past five years, stand-up paddleboarding has mushroomed from a handful of surfers SUPing waves in Hawaii to 1.2 million participants. More than 300 manufacturers have emerged, Costco now sells its own 10-foot inflatable boards, and there are four SUP-specific magazines covering a sport that now includes everyone from whitewater paddlers to people who like to practice yoga on their SUPs.

“It’s definitely exploding in popularity,” says Avery Stonich, communication manager of the Outdoor Industry Association. One of the primary factors behind the phenomenal growth: SUP is really easy—and fun. Anyone from a grom to a grandma can quickly learn to pilot a board on flatwater, and beginning surfers love the ease of catching waves with a paddle. The only group that’s unhappy with the ubiquity of SUPs: surfers.

Read more: http://www.outsideonline.com/outdoor-adventure/water-activities/paddleboarding/Stand-Up-and-Fight-20120813.html

gosupgear:

Outside magazine reports:

They’re everywhere. Over the past five years, stand-up paddleboarding has mushroomed from a handful of surfers SUPing waves in Hawaii to 1.2 million participants. More than 300 manufacturers have emerged, Costco now sells its own 10-foot inflatable boards, and there are four SUP-specific magazines covering a sport that now includes everyone from whitewater paddlers to people who like to practice yoga on their SUPs.

“It’s definitely exploding in popularity,” says Avery Stonich, communication manager of the Outdoor Industry Association. One of the primary factors behind the phenomenal growth: SUP is really easy—and fun. Anyone from a grom to a grandma can quickly learn to pilot a board on flatwater, and beginning surfers love the ease of catching waves with a paddle. The only group that’s unhappy with the ubiquity of SUPs: surfers.

Read more: http://www.outsideonline.com/outdoor-adventure/water-activities/paddleboarding/Stand-Up-and-Fight-20120813.html

(Source: instigat0r)

“Everything is doable right now, you just have to give up your belief that anything is beyond your control. It starts with believing you can do it.”

hybrid4play:

The wonder years - i just want to sell out of my funeral

hybrid4play:

The wonder years - i just want to sell out of my funeral

“Wait a minute cause I’ve been living more like a fucking king without you”

Modern Baseball 
feedyourapathy:

Living Room Song - The Wonder Years (x)

feedyourapathy:

Living Room Song - The Wonder Years (x)