“This is the most outside asks you can incorporate into a movie,” Evans says. “I love acting – but that’s not all you’re asking me to do.” Chris Evans photographed by Peggy Sirota in Rolling Stone Interview (May 4th, 2016)
just because you studied for 5 hours today, doesn’t mean you studied.
I’m so sick and tired of the studyblr/appblr mentality that MORE studying is BETTER studying. If studying for 3 hours a day works for you, great! But don’t feel obligated to study for long periods of time just because it’s a common theme in the community.
Study for as long as you need to. Don’t set a goal of “I’m gonna study for 4 hours today after school!” No. No, no, no. You’re going at this all wrong. Aim to study until you understand the concepts, until you feel confident about the material. Whether that takes 20 minutes or 2 hours is up to you.
It’s not about how long you study for, it’s what you do with the time that counts.
It’s happened again. Someone’s pulled the rug out from under you. An empire at your feet, and you’ve lost it all. Be honest, did you really deserve any of it? More important,what would you do to get it back?
Emma Watson’s dress at the Met Gala was made from recycled plastic bottles.
This is what she wrote on Facebook:
Thank you Calvin Klein & Eco Age
for collaborating with me and creating the most amazing gown. I am
proud to say it is truly sustainable and represents a connection between
myself and all the people in the supply chain who played a role in
The body of the gown is crafted from three
different fabrics, all woven from yarns made from recycled plastic
bottles (!). Plastic is one of the biggest pollutants on the planet. Being able to repurpose this waste and incorporate it into my gown for the #MetGala proves the power that creativity, technology and fashion can have by working together.
Each and every part of this beautiful gown has been produced with
sustainability in mind, even the components that you can’t see. The
zippers on the gown are made from recycled materials and the inner
bustier has been crafted from organic cotton. Conventional cotton is one
of the highest impact crops, using more chemicals than any other crop
in the world. Organic cotton on the other hand, is grown without the use
of the most harmful chemicals and is therefore better for the
environment and people working with cotton. The organic silk used in the
lining of my gown is certified to a standard that guarantees the
highest environmental and social standards throughout production. It is
my intention to repurpose elements of the gown for future use. The
trousers can be worn on their own, as can the bustier, the train can be
used for a future red carpet look… I’m looking forward to experimenting
with this. Truly beautiful things should be worn again and again and