Wednesday, December 11, 2013
Fun Holiday Gift Ideas:Perpetual Calendar (Small, Red & Black)
This calendar captures minimalist function. Whether the recipient of this gift wants to mount it on a wall or place it on his/her desk, this calendar adds a really awesome touch to a room. The string-tethered, gravity-defying ball is suspended mid-air and moves manually to mark each month. A second magnetic ball stays securely perched on a horizontal beam to indicate the day. (From the Museum of Modern Art - Gideon Dagan ‘98)
* This item is eligible for free shipping on thegoodlifeoncampus.com!

Fun Holiday Gift Ideas:
Perpetual Calendar (Small, Red & Black)

This calendar captures minimalist function. Whether the recipient of this gift wants to mount it on a wall or place it on his/her desk, this calendar adds a really awesome touch to a room. The string-tethered, gravity-defying ball is suspended mid-air and moves manually to mark each month. A second magnetic ball stays securely perched on a horizontal beam to indicate the day.
(From the Museum of Modern Art - Gideon Dagan ‘98)

* This item is eligible for free shipping on thegoodlifeoncampus.com!

Fun Holiday Gift Ideas:Big Red Button USB Gadget by Dream Cheeky
The allure of the Big Red Button. We’ve all wanted to push the Big Red Button… and now you can! This USB gadget activates 5 different functions by hitting the button:1. BOOM (which creates explosions on your screen)2. I’M WORKING (which replaces your activities with a worksheet)3. WEBKEY (open your favorite website)4. PUNCH UP (punch a photograph)5. TAKE-A-BREAK (manage work and break time)This is a fun gift for the friend who likes to live dangerously. So go on… just push the red button. 
* This item is eligible for free shipping on thegoodlifeoncampus.com! 

Fun Holiday Gift Ideas:
Big Red Button USB Gadget by Dream Cheeky

The allure of the Big Red Button. We’ve all wanted to push the Big Red Button… and now you can! This USB gadget activates 5 different functions by hitting the button:
1. BOOM (which creates explosions on your screen)
2. I’M WORKING (which replaces your activities with a worksheet)
3. WEBKEY (open your favorite website)
4. PUNCH UP (punch a photograph)
5. TAKE-A-BREAK (manage work and break time)

This is a fun gift for the friend who likes to live dangerously. So go on… just push the red button. 

* This item is eligible for free shipping on thegoodlifeoncampus.com

Saturday, December 7, 2013
Fun Holiday Gift Ideas:Kiss Pop Art Wall Panel
Inspired by ’60s style comics and commercial print, this is a modern take on a classic art form. This silk-screened art on a wooden panel is a great gift for an artist who is a fan of Andy Warhol or comics!
* This item is eligible for free shipping on thegoodlifeoncampus.com. Order by December 20th for holiday packages!

Fun Holiday Gift Ideas:
Kiss Pop Art Wall Panel

Inspired by ’60s style comics and commercial print, this is a modern take on a classic art form. This silk-screened art on a wooden panel is a great gift for an artist who is a fan of Andy Warhol or comics!

* This item is eligible for free shipping on thegoodlifeoncampus.com. Order by December 20th for holiday packages!

Fun Holiday Gift Ideas: Broad Sword Umbrella by Kikkerland  
It’s part sword and part umbrella. It’s a great gift for the badass in your life… the very practical badass.
* This item is eligible for free shipping on thegoodlifeoncampus.com. Order by December 20th for holiday packages!

Fun Holiday Gift Ideas:
Broad Sword Umbrella by Kikkerland  

It’s part sword and part umbrella. It’s a great gift for the badass in your life… the very practical badass.

* This item is eligible for free shipping on thegoodlifeoncampus.com. Order by December 20th for holiday packages!

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Everyday Objects Blended With Simple Sketches by Javier Perez

Not college-related, but really cool art for you all to check out!

(Source: tastefullyoffensive)

Thursday, October 31, 2013

Happy Halloween, ghouls & goblins!

Hey, everyone! I have to tell you guys that Halloween is my absolute Bfavorite day of the year. Ever. So, in honor of that, I have put together a Halloween-themed post for you guys with some myths, their origins, and some Halloween fun facts. Happy haunting!

1. Jack-O-Lanterns
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While the true origin of the Jack-O-Lantern is a little uncertain, the common belief is that the tradition originated in Ireland and the Scottish Highlands. However, jack-o-lanterns weren’t always carved from pumpkins. The original jack-o-lanterns were carved from turnips! These turnips had grotesque faces carved into them to represent spirits and goblins. It was also believed that these turnips were carved and made into what we now know as jack-o-lanterns to be used as actual lanterns! Another story says that jack-o-lanterns were kept in the windows of homes to keep harmful spirits out of a person’s home. 

2. Trick or treating
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I’m not sure why we still think it’s a great idea for kids to dress up and beg strangers for candy, but it’s something everyone loves to do. Well, we can apparently trace this tradition back to the Middle Ages! There once was a medieval practice known as souling, where poor souls would go door to door on Hallowmas (November 1st) and receive food in exchange for prayers the following day (All Souls Day). While this tradition originated in Ireland and Britain, it spread to other places as well. The custom of wearing costumes dates back to the Celtic tradition of wearing masks and costumes in an attempt to copy evil spirits in order to placate them. Eventually, in Scotland, came the tradition of Guising (which was recorded back in 1895). Masqueraders would carry lanterns and go door to door visiting homes to be rewarded with fruit, cakes, and even money! From these traditions, things evolved into what we know now as trick or treating!

3. What is the most popular adult Halloween costume in 2013 according to National Geographic? Witches, of course!
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Some things never change… like our fascination with witches! Whether old Pagan rituals or the events of the Salem Witch Trial, people seem to love learning about witches… and why wouldn’t we? A rich history, the taboo of magic, fun costumes, and witches throughout literature and pop culture— we just can’t get enough of them! So whether you’re a Sanderson sister, Elphaba (the Wicked Witch), or even a witch straight out of Hogwarts, you can get really creative with a popular witch costume.

4. Fact or Fiction: Poisoned Halloween candy?
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Myth! Snopes busted this myth about madmen poisoning innocent children’s candy. However, Snopes also proved their was some truth to the stories of pins and needles in Halloween candy. Since 1959, there have been a number of cases reported of people finding pins or needles in their candy. While poison is an attempt to kill, pins and needles are just meant to scare or injure. It was meant more as a prank, however, some people did take it to far and attempt to injure trick or treaters. So, while there have been cases of food being poisoned, it was not Halloween candy. But there is truth behind razorblades or needles being found in candy.

5. Black cats on Halloween
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Good luck? Bad luck? Just a wonderful furry companion? All of the above! In folklore, cats have been seen as both lucky and unlucky depending where you come from. Many sailors liked having a black cat as their ship cat to bring them good luck while at sea, whereas pirates of the 18th century believed black cats to be a sign of bad luck. In Great Britain and Scotland, cats were seen as good luck and symbols of prosperity. But other cultures were terrified of black cats. This is especially true of the Pilgrims at Plymouth Rock who feared that black cats were companions of witches and associated with the devil. Unfortunately, due to this association with bad luck and evil, black cats have a lower adoption rate that most other cats. But if you want to show a black cat some love, August 17th is Black Cat Appreciation Day!

6. And the winner for the highest grossing horror film? The Sixth Sense!
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According to several sources, including Business Insider, The Sixth Sense is the highest grossing horror movie of all time to date. In second place is Jaws. While many horror fans love a killer shark or awesome ’80s slasher films, apparently there was an even bigger love for Haley Joel Osment seeing dead people.

7. Phasmophobia
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Phasmophobia is the fear of ghosts. In many cultures, people fear that ghosts are evil and will cause harm to humans. (These people have obviously never seen Casper!) The fear of ghosts and their malevolent behavior can be find in ghost stories, literature, movies, and even cartoons. But, for one night a year, we can embrace our inner ghosts and ghouls and take a walk on the wild creepy side.

Monday, October 14, 2013

My newest obsession. I had to share it with you guys!
So I like to cook & bake like it’s my job. I’ve decided I should also master drinks and I discovered that we carry these in the shop. I could watch the R-EVOLUTION Mixology kit videos all day. I genuinely think this is one of the coolest things I have ever seen!  

(*All 3 mixology kits available on thegoodlifeoncampus.com!)

Monday, September 30, 2013

tinyheichou:

i wish you could track things in real life like you can in video game statistics

flowers picked: 344
times you’ve almost fallen down the stairs but caught yourself: 64
times you’ve imagined dancing with strangers in the street: 47
times you’ve almost gotten hit by a car: 12
times you’ve laughed so hard you cried: 268
times you’ve forgotten your umbrella at school/work/on the bus: 18
glasses you’ve broken: 14

yeah

(Source: trahearnes)

Sunday, September 8, 2013

Well, Monday is right around the corner…

Boo!

But hopefully our followers had a great weekend! I went to see The World’s End this weekend. It was absolutely hilarious! What did you guys do this weekend?

Friday, June 21, 2013 Tuesday, May 21, 2013
You’re in college, so sometimes you need a little reminder to put the textbook down and enjoy yourself a little bit. Our Play Pillow is the perfect tool to do that ;). 
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You’re in college, so sometimes you need a little reminder to put the textbook down and enjoy yourself a little bit. Our Play Pillow is the perfect tool to do that ;). 

www.thegoodlifeoncampus.com

Sunday, February 24, 2013 Thursday, February 14, 2013 Saturday, February 2, 2013 Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Just think, you could be snuggled in a blanket drinking hot cocoa watching this…just get through your finals first!!

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