October 20th, 2014

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If we grew our own food, we wouldn’t waste a third of it as we do today. If we made our own tables and chairs, we wouldn’t throw them out the moment we changed the interior decor. If we had to clean our own drinking water, we probably wouldn’t contaminate it.

Mark Boyle (via awelltraveledwoman)

if we did everything by ourselves, we would still be hunting now. jesus.

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warriorgoddessa:

Everywhere is the center of the world.Everything is sacred.

warriorgoddessa:

Everywhere is the center of the world.
Everything is sacred.

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any words for a mom on here who just needs to survive anther night but is struggling
Asketh - Anonymous

sunflower-mama:

If you need to, set your baby in a safe place and take a step back even if they cry. You can let them cry alone for a few minutes if a moment alone is what you need to ground yourself and keep you and your baby safe. That doesn’t make you a bad mom and some mamas need to hear that. Sometimes you really need to take yourself first for a moment in order to step back into the situation with a calmer more compassionate mind. That. IS. Okay.

Anything else that’s stressing you, dishes, laundry, whatever, let it go. Chores can wait. Your baby won’t need you like this forever, and it will get easier.

Take a step back and inside of yourself and think of three (or hell, go for thirty!) things you are grateful for.

Turn the internet and tumblr off, and tune into your baby. Really try to connect. Phones and internet are distractions and can cause frustrations if your focus is on them instead of fully on your babe. Listen to your babe. There are messages they’re trying to send and they don’t know how other than crying and fussing and screaming.

Breathe, mama. I believe in you. Take deep breaths, take a moment to stretch out your sore muscles, and remember: this too shall pass.

We’ve all been where you are. You will get through this, I promise. I love you.

colorcombos:

important photoset of dogs in blankets

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witchy-business:

tinyjoynow:

a page from my Witch Zine by Sivia
When I think of witches I think of rituals. This is a ritual that will help focus your goals. Seeing really is believing. By looking at or even meditating in front of physical symbols of your goals, they’ll be easier to achieve when it’s easy to imagine. Plus I love the idea of better ourselves and striving for more in life.
- Tinyjoynow

witchy zine? paging upthewitchypunx!

witchy-business:

tinyjoynow:

a page from my Witch Zine by Sivia

When I think of witches I think of rituals. This is a ritual that will help focus your goals. Seeing really is believing. By looking at or even meditating in front of physical symbols of your goals, they’ll be easier to achieve when it’s easy to imagine. Plus I love the idea of better ourselves and striving for more in life.

Tinyjoynow

witchy zine? paging upthewitchypunx!

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Jimmy Page had dragons crawling up his velvet-clad legs, a mysterious glint in his eye, a torrid love for the creation of music, and all that is ragingly divine in his fingertips. He is now an elegant gray-haired British gentleman, but I know the dragon still lurks, breathing fire, and spitting hot embers.
Pamela Des Barres’ Guitar God’s: Jimmy Page. (via barleygraperag)

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October 19th, 2014

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