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Adriane/Addy.
21.
Female drummer.
Taurus/Gemini cusp.
Austin, Texas born & raised.
Aspiring music management & film student.


"I just wanna go on more adventures. Be around good energy. Connect with people. Learn new things. Grow."

August 10, 2014 at 12:44pm
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I hate people generally, but I like people individually.

— introverts (via janesblueheaven)

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12:40pm
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thecsph:

huffingtonpost:

Schooled  Larry King.

Watch the full interview here. 

Bi-phobia is ever-present in the media. Questioning someone’s sexuality is unacceptable. Spread the word to end biphobia!

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12:39pm
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Every time we enter into the dream state, is a symbolic spiritual therapy session. Reflecting our true emotions, desires, fears, and sometimes blessing us with glimpses of the future.

— Awakened Vibrations (via awakenedvibrations)

12:39pm
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nevver:

James Baldwin

nevver:

James Baldwin

12:38pm
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agentlewoman:

wetheurban:

DESIGN: The Coffee-Making Alarm Clock

We need this because reasons. This one’s for the coffee drinkers amongst you - British designer Joshua Renouf has come up with a coffee making alarm clock which can wake you up with a fresh cup of joe. | Read More

I’m going to need this when grad school starts.

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12:37pm
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I am not comfortable
in my own skin;
But I am trying
to be. Damn it,
I am trying to be.

— (via c0ntemplations)

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12:36pm
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You don’t owe your family affection if they are being abusive and treating you poorly. I know that it’s so difficult not to feel guilty for holding back that love. I know that there are people who will tell you that you should just grin and bear it because they’re family. People who will shame you for the way you feel. People who will try to convince you that wanting to take care of yourself in this way is selfish and unjustified. But the truth is that it’s not your responsibility to be kind or loving to people who have consistently hurt and mistreated you — especially when these people continue to disregard your feelings, ignore your boundaries, and refuse to take responsibility for their behavior. Just because the person hurting you is family doesn’t make them an exception.

Choosing not to be affectionate with family who have abused or mistreated you doesn’t make you a bad person. It isn’t selfish or disrespectful. It’s a form of self-care. It’s about you honoring your feelings and holding people accountable for their abuse. It’s about you standing up for yourself and your needs. It’s about you making your mental health a priority. So if getting distance from certain family members is what you need right now, or permanently, then you have every right to withhold your love and leave. You don’t have to sacrifice yourself for the sake of maintaining a relationship. And you don’t ever have to apologize for creating a safer space for yourself.

— Daniell Koepke  (via internal-acceptance-movement)

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12:34pm
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1. Your skin may never be perfect, and that’s okay.

2. Life is too short not to have the underwear, the coffee, and the haircut you want.

3. Everyone (including your family, your coworkers, and your best friend) will talk about you behind your back, and you’ll talk about them too. It doesn’t mean you don’t love each other.

4. It’s okay to spend money on things that make you happy.

5. Sometimes without fault or reason, relationships deteriorate. It will happen when you’re six, it will happen when you’re sixty. That’s life.

— Five things I am trying very hard to accept (via aumoe)

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12:33pm
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colerenoire:

My car

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12:30pm
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12:30pm
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emmamunger:

FINALLY made my Orange Is The New Black pin ups! I’ve been meaning to make these for ever! By now, I hope that everyone has finished both seasons of OITNB, but I still tried to not make any spoilers toooo obvious… 
Here are some of my favorite characters! More to come tomorrow! 
Individual prints available here! http://society6.com/emmamunger/prints?show=new


Daya 😍

mexicanthighs:

emmamunger:

FINALLY made my Orange Is The New Black pin ups! I’ve been meaning to make these for ever! By now, I hope that everyone has finished both seasons of OITNB, but I still tried to not make any spoilers toooo obvious… 

Here are some of my favorite characters! More to come tomorrow! 

Individual prints available here! http://society6.com/emmamunger/prints?show=new

Daya 😍

(via foolish-wanderer)

12:29pm
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explore-blog:

As if we needed another reason to appreciate how amazing bees are: Artist and beekeeper Ren Ri makes breathtaking sculptures using plastic, salvaged wood, and a swarm of bees.

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July 23, 2014 at 2:40pm
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Life is not permanent. Like the leaves that fall from a tree, all things are impermanent, nothing endures; there is always change and death. Have you ever noticed a tree standing naked against a sky, how beautiful it is? All its branches are outlined, and in its nakedness there is a poem, there is a song. Every leaf is gone and it is waiting for the spring. When the spring comes it again fills the tree with the music of many leaves, which in due season fall and are blown away; and that is the way of life.

— Jiddu Krishnamurti, Think on These Things  (via elige)

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July 20, 2014 at 8:53pm
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couchsurfing:


I always wanted to live more ecologically and without having to chase large amounts of money. And I’ve now achieved it. I live in a little wooden cabin I built on a piece of land here in the French Pyrenees. I’m off-grid and live by solar electricity, rainwater harvesting, solar showers, dry toilets… It’s real “low-impact living”.
I got here by WWOOFing. From 1999 to 2005 I lived in a truck (with my then-partner) and was a full-time WWOOFer in France and Spain. We visited a lot of ecovillages, some of which were on the WWOOF list, some of which weren’t. We found them through networks like the Global Ecovillage Network or the Réseau Francais des Ecovillages, and they were generally open to taking visitors like us on a ‘WWOOF-style’ basis.My partner and I were both very ‘handy’ people for building, carpentry, electricity, plumbing etc, and we carried a lot of tools with us, so our WWOOF hosts often offered us some paid work too. That kept some diesel in the tank and got us through the times when we took a break from WWOOFing.I never did find an intentional community I wanted to be part of long term, but I ended up here on a small patch of land in the mountains, putting into practice what I’d learned through those six years of WWOOFing. It was a perfect apprenticeship. I can recommend it.
If my way of life appeals to you, feel free to come and visit sometime.

Posted by VIKTOR09 on Alternative Ways of Living & Consuming

Dream life. I’ll be visiting this man one day. 

couchsurfing:

I always wanted to live more ecologically and without having to chase large amounts of money. And I’ve now achieved it. I live in a little wooden cabin I built on a piece of land here in the French Pyrenees. I’m off-grid and live by solar electricity, rainwater harvesting, solar showers, dry toilets… It’s real “low-impact living”.

I got here by WWOOFing. From 1999 to 2005 I lived in a truck (with my then-partner) and was a full-time WWOOFer in France and Spain. We visited a lot of ecovillages, some of which were on the WWOOF list, some of which weren’t. We found them through networks like the Global Ecovillage Network or the Réseau Francais des Ecovillages, and they were generally open to taking visitors like us on a ‘WWOOF-style’ basis.

My partner and I were both very ‘handy’ people for building, carpentry, electricity, plumbing etc, and we carried a lot of tools with us, so our WWOOF hosts often offered us some paid work too. That kept some diesel in the tank and got us through the times when we took a break from WWOOFing.

I never did find an intentional community I wanted to be part of long term, but I ended up here on a small patch of land in the mountains, putting into practice what I’d learned through those six years of WWOOFing. It was a perfect apprenticeship. I can recommend it.

If my way of life appeals to you, feel free to come and visit sometime.

Posted by VIKTOR09 on Alternative Ways of Living & Consuming

Dream life. I’ll be visiting this man one day. 

(via cosmic-rebirth)

8:52pm
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sxiga:

It’s my first day of my summer holiday and I made some succulent and moss terrariums. There’s a few bits of crystals in there as well. I’m so happy about these!

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