Because I need a place to keep track of those


Conquer without struggle and you will succeed without glory

— Corneille


Find a thing, get good at it, get paid for it - and only then, focus on your passion

— Robbie


For me, letting go actually translated into getting control. Life is weird man.

— Thomas


Boring is beautiful

— my dad


Always play like an underdog

— Matthew McConaughey


Oh dear, I really ought to do something. But I'm already in my pyjamas

— My roommate


It’s when you look for meaning that you get confused.

— C. Bukowski


Nothing ever goes away until it has taught us what we need to know

— Pema Chödrön


Design should be like vanilla ice cream: simple and sweet, plain without being austere.

— Franc Chimero


I have no idea what I'm doing out of my bed

— a t-shirt in SF


Simple doesn't mean weak

— Eva longchamp


You can’t make somenone act right but you can make him wish he did

— Kate from Marin, CA


True Elegance is knowing what to say and when to say it

— a waitress in a Nob Hill restaurant


If traveling was free, you'd never see me again

— Anthony from Squarespace


Do it for the memories.

— Sasha in SoMa


Work hard. Don't be an asshole. Share what you know.

— Brad Frost


Someday all this pain is going to be usefull

— Solid Snake


If you can't tell if this is terrible or great. That’s probably a sign you shouldn’t do it.

— Romain


The more you know, the less you need

— A design book


Learn everyday to allow the space between where you want to be and where you are to inspire you and not terrify you

— Ichika from SF MoMa


It's okay to love something a little too much, as long as it's real to you

— Jeffrey Ismael


It's nice to know that everyone else is a mess as well

— A guy a met in Party in Nob Hill


Sometimes you are so far behind, you'd think you are first

— Mimosa dean


Be nice.
Be useful.
Bring wine.

— My chinese roommate


The next big thing will be a lot of small things.

— A wall in Mission District


You don’t get to decide the truth. Life is big—much bigger than just yours.

— Franck Chimero