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finished off NINE consecutive days of work on a high note tonight (i’m part time so this is crazy!) I like my job and really like working weekends when we’re fully staffed and less intense problems arise. also some middle aged men in the break room were chatting about what kind of cats are the cutest (munchkins apparently) and having sloths as pets.

(Source: andremichaux, via forgottenmind)

heatless curls + new henley

I’m going to work in a half hour. 4-10pm praise short shifts. Today has been so positive and I hope work is good also.

h&m sent me pants that are two sizes too small but they still fit and idk whether to go through the hassle of mailing them back or not

i’ve been growing my hair out for two goddamn years

How to color eggs with onion shells.



This must be the most beautiful DIY tutorial I have ever seen. And it so happens to be in style of this weekend. Found on Ulicam, a very nice blog by Ulrika Kestere, photographer and illustrator. For the whole tutorial and lot’s of inspiration, click here.

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Anna Magruder


Holly Lynton — from Bare Handed, 2008

The title Bare Handed refers to my subjects’ powerful yet intimate hands-on connection with their work—both land and animals—on the farm and in the wild. In these photographs, the heavy, overbearing machinery associated with modern life gives way to the simple, but potent, symbiotic relationship between man, creature, and the forces of weather, and allows these individuals a style of work that resembles a form of meditation. While making my photographs, I discovered that these individuals have a spiritual commitment to their work that goes beyond the rational and points to the power of faith.

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how to walk like a queen [x]

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kids are so smart.  you know that 13 year old kid who lives four houses down from you?  yeah theyre a genius compared to you