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"Some changes look negative on the surface but you will soon realize that space is being created in your life for something new to emerge."

— Eckhart Tolle

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started a skipping dots scarf with tosh pashmina. this yarn is a complete pleasure with which to knit. #knitting #knittersofinstagram #yarnporn #madelinetosh #pashmina #skippingdots

started a skipping dots scarf with tosh pashmina. this yarn is a complete pleasure with which to knit. #knitting #knittersofinstagram #yarnporn #madelinetosh #pashmina #skippingdots

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how to get buff arms in 3 minutes!

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here is a simple 3-minute sequence for each of 3 skill levels.  don’t let the illustrations above scare you away!  you can do this at home or on the road with little or no equipment.  weight training is super important so get one of these 3-minute routines into your schedule.

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orange streaks for fall!  #whodoesntloveaginger

orange streaks for fall! #whodoesntloveaginger

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Shredded Self-Portraits by Kamoplan Chotvichai

Kamolpan Chotvichai explores the limitations of paper by carefully hand-cutting portraits of herself and rendering an effect of dissolution based on the Buddha’s teaching: anatta, or no self.

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"Every time you enter your closet you make a subconscious choice about the role you will play on that particular day."

— Simon Doonan (via barneysny)

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Photographer Dorothea Lange’s work documenting those struggling through the Great Depression, Dust Bowl and sharecropping system brought forth some of history’s most powerful and memorable images
A documentary about her and her work, Dorothea Lange: Grab a Hunk of Lightning, premieres August 29 on PBS.

Photographer Dorothea Lange’s work documenting those struggling through the Great Depression, Dust Bowl and sharecropping system brought forth some of history’s most powerful and memorable images

A documentary about her and her work, Dorothea Lange: Grab a Hunk of Lightning, premieres August 29 on PBS.

(Source: pbsamericanmasters)

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"The motion of knitting isn’t all that different from the motion of plugging away at your smartphone all day. Except knitting promotes focus, and the phone promotes distraction."
(Barbara Schnoor in Humans of New York)

"The motion of knitting isn’t all that different from the motion of plugging away at your smartphone all day. Except knitting promotes focus, and the phone promotes distraction."

(Barbara Schnoor in Humans of New York)


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