shyowl:

themoonphase:

ॐ The Hippie Treehouse ॐ

hippie vibes ❁

shyowl:

themoonphase:

ॐ The Hippie Treehouse 

hippie vibes ❁

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earthandanimals:

Siamese Fighting fish by 

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scumbeg:

A self-portrait made by an artist with Alzheimer’s
This is really sad.

scumbeg:

A self-portrait made by an artist with Alzheimer’s

This is really sad.

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edwad:

cnbc:

Is the fist bump the new handshake?
Scientists say you may be better off with the bump- it’s more hygienic and has potential to reduce the spread of infectious diseases. 

the news ive been waiting for

edwad:

cnbc:

Is the fist bump the new handshake?

Scientists say you may be better off with the bump- it’s more hygienic and has potential to reduce the spread of infectious diseases. 

the news ive been waiting for

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misandry-mermaid:

This series is BRILLANT.  And all made by the same woman.

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andro-saurus:

rngnightmares:

THE CAT RETURNED THE KISS
THE CAT RETURNED THE KISS
OH MY GOD

best gif on the internet

andro-saurus:

rngnightmares:

THE CAT RETURNED THE KISS

THE CAT RETURNED THE KISS

OH MY GOD

best gif on the internet

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masons cottage and garden 🏡🌱

masons cottage and garden 🏡🌱

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eat-to-thrive:

Zucchini & cucumber “noodles” tonight with a pumpkin seed-tomato-basil dressing (same one I made & posted a couple weeks ago).  And the first of my homegrown tomatoes!  #gardentotable

eat-to-thrive:

Zucchini & cucumber “noodles” tonight with a pumpkin seed-tomato-basil dressing (same one I made & posted a couple weeks ago). And the first of my homegrown tomatoes! #gardentotable

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http://ochrelock.tumblr.com/post/92960438599/thusspokemauro-never-identify-yourself-as-a

thusspokemauro:

Never identify yourself as a philosopher or speak much to non-philosophers about your principles; act in line with those principles. At a dinner party, for instance, don’t tell people the right way to eat, just eat the right way. Remember how Socrates so effaced himself that…

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In general then, women do the lowest work of the society whatever that lowest work is perceived to be; and when women are the primary workers in a field, the field itself takes on the females’ low status. Therefore, it is false to think that the inferior status of women will dissolve when women do productive labor or enter freely into high status professions. When women enter any field in great numbers, the status of the field itself is lowered. The men who are in it leave it; the men looking for work will not enter it. When men leave a field, they take its prestige with them; when men enter a field, they bring prestige to it. In this way, the subordination of women to men is perpetuated even when women work for a wage and no matter what work women do.

Andrea Dworkin, Letters from a War Zone (via seebster)

And it’s WoC and women of/from the “third-world”/Global South who do an inordinate amount of the world’s shittiest, inhumane, and barely compensated—if at all—labor.

(via the-uncensored-she)

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‘I tried bulimia once.’

There’s nothing quite as lovely as a thoughtful message from someone who understands:

     ’Sorry you’re going through this, I tried bulimia once and it sucked.’

Bulimia does suck.  The sky is also blue, and the world round.

But darling, you did not try bulimia once.

Forgive me if I’m callous, but I can’t dig up much sympathy for someone who believes gagging once and deciding it’s icky is ’bulimia’.  Sure, it’s never a good thing to try to make yourself sick, unless you’ve just been poisoned.  And thinking purging is a viable option isn’t exactly healthy.

But sticking your fingers down your throat and coughing and then going OH MY GOD EW is not bulimia.  Fasting for a day and then ‘fainting’ in the hallway is not anorexia.  And ‘getting so desperate I seriously considered anorexia or bulimia’ isn’t an eating disorder. 

Bulimia is a speeding train with no brakes, bingeing and purging and bingeing and purging no matter how broke you are or how disgusting the food is or what you should be doing.  It’s gorging until you can barely stand, puking until you bleed, and the city could burn to the ground and when it was over you’d still be standing in the ashes, bingeing and purging.

Anorexia is a wall of blue-gray ice, a miswired translation code that turns appetite into disgust, a terror you don’t understand, a fear so real you can see it and hear it and kiss it goodnight, an illogical logic that rewrites everything and you know you need to eat and maybe you even really want to eat but you just can’t because if you did everything would fall apart.

Desperation is digging through the garbage for nothing-something-anything to stuff in your face because you have to binge and purge right now.  Desperation is standing frozen in the aisle of the grocery store for minutes/hours/years, and then buying the same calorie-free crap you always buy because you can’t eat it if it’s not safe.  Desperation is swallowing laxatives like normal people swallow candy, just because you have to be empty.

And you can’t ’consider anorexia and bulimia’, as though they were for sale at the pharmacy between agoraphobia and cyclothymia. 

You didn’t ‘try bulimia once’.

It’s not a diet, and it’s not a choice.


(via imnosupermanx)
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mariahcareys:

when you’ve been swimming and water is in your ear

image

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