I began to realize how important it was to be an enthusiast in life. If you are interested in something, no matter what it is, go at it full speed ahead. Embrace it with both arms, hug it, love it and above all become passionate about it. Lukewarm is no good.

Roald Dahl   (via fuckinq)

Life fricking motto.

(via kyrafic)

(Source: onlinecounsellingcollege)

There’s nothing so dangerous as a headstrong girl who knows her own mind.

—Mary Yellan | Jamaica Inn (via thatkindofwoman)

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So You Want to Watch “Kissing in the Rain”

belovedcreation:

belovedcreation:

But where do you start?
And what’s up with this “fan-canon” process?

Well, I am here to help!

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Today was the finale of Chapter 1 of Kissing in the Rain. Chapter 2 starts in two weeks. Now is a great time to catch all of the episodes, drabbles, and fan-canon if you have missed out!

hulksmashingpumpkins:

HAPPY EARTH DAY!

kateoplis:

In 2012 alone, EPA estimates that 14.3 million tons of textiles were wasted.
Here are a few things you can do:
"1. Buy secondhand when you can. Purchasing something that already exists is the most sustainable thing you can do. 2. Support organic; by supporting organic products (and therefore production) we protect our soil, our water, and the people in the fields who harvest. 3. Look for recycled material use."
Wear No Evil

 

I’ve been doing A LOT of research on both sustainable AND socially responsible (which are not interchangeable in most cases) clothing. Most brands are not transparent (despite laws like California’s supply chain transparency act of 2010) and it is more difficult than I expected to find the information I was looking for. Trying to decide what to do with what I’ve found…

kateoplis:

In 2012 alone, EPA estimates that 14.3 million tons of textiles were wasted.

Here are a few things you can do:

"1. Buy secondhand when you can. Purchasing something that already exists is the most sustainable thing you can do. 2. Support organic; by supporting organic products (and therefore production) we protect our soil, our water, and the people in the fields who harvest. 3. Look for recycled material use."

Wear No Evil

 

I’ve been doing A LOT of research on both sustainable AND socially responsible (which are not interchangeable in most cases) clothing. Most brands are not transparent (despite laws like California’s supply chain transparency act of 2010) and it is more difficult than I expected to find the information I was looking for. Trying to decide what to do with what I’ve found…

jonnovstheinternet:

So I heard it’s Earth Day

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bernardin:

Never forget.

bernardin:

Never forget.

jernmulern:

Happy Earth Day!

Brienne and Jaime: a summary.

(Source: justinripley)