16 4 / 2014

(Source: blushroyale)

16 4 / 2014

lumpy-pizza-princess:

Fat babes gotta stick together.
Take no shit.
Call out problematic behavior.

16 4 / 2014

flowersgardenlove:

Hellebore Plant and Beautiful gorgeous pretty flowers

flowersgardenlove:

Hellebore Plant and Beautiful gorgeous pretty flowers

14 4 / 2014

ackb:

What if we’re not broken? What if we are amazing? What if we’ve been powerful the whole time and didn’t even know it?

14 4 / 2014

(Source: panda-on-toast, via hubbrad)

09 4 / 2014

(Source: faeires, via peonyandbee)

09 4 / 2014

09 4 / 2014

thisisthinprivilege:

Thin privilege is being able to go to the park and fit through the gate openings.
This is a real photo from my local park (I recently moved into my new neighborhood). I have a 60 pound husky who needs to be walked daily, if not twice a day. In an effort to be healthy and active, I see this photo and balk at this gate opening - the opening allows for only 18-20 inches to pass through. I have to step over the hanging chain in order to get into the park. 

thisisthinprivilege:

Thin privilege is being able to go to the park and fit through the gate openings.

This is a real photo from my local park (I recently moved into my new neighborhood). I have a 60 pound husky who needs to be walked daily, if not twice a day. In an effort to be healthy and active, I see this photo and balk at this gate opening - the opening allows for only 18-20 inches to pass through. I have to step over the hanging chain in order to get into the park. 

09 4 / 2014

ohyeselifresh:

my neck

my back

my pizza

and my snacks

(via fuckyeahsoftbutch)

09 4 / 2014

thesweetestspit:

Embodiment: A Portrait of Queer Life in America
Molly Landreth

(via deathbeforediet)

08 4 / 2014

urbanhomesteaders:

Vines growing over chicken coop keep chickies cool

urbanhomesteaders:

Vines growing over chicken coop keep chickies cool

08 4 / 2014

08 4 / 2014

08 4 / 2014

wellesleyscoop:

Meet SCoop’s Long Lost Older Sib!
The Homestead at Denison University is an incredible cooperative in Ohio. 
“The Homestead is a living-learning experience unique among American colleges and universities. It is a student-run intentional community with a focus on ecological sustainability. 
MISSION STATEMENT:
The Homestead is an ever-evolving experiment in community that is inhabited and maintained by Denison University students with strong commitments to a socioenvironmentally-responsible life ethic. We choose to live simply by using only technology that we deem appropriate and by making every effort to be fully conscious of the social and environmental impacts of our consumption. Our philosophies are brought to life through their practical application within the parameters of our academic setting. 
The Homestead family encourages enrichment of the self and community through exploration and expression of our individual and collective creativity, ideas, emotions, and intellect. Our dynamic community nurtures life experiences that are self-affirming and empowering. These experiences contribute significantly to our future endeavors and create a collective spirit that unites the Homestead past and present. We open our arms to the greater global community to share with us the wonders embodied in the Homestead." 

See more of their history here!
Perhaps we could have a roadtrip to visit?  A skype hangout between SCoop and Homestead?
(Also so bizarre that SCoop is moving into Wellesley’s Homestead.  Oh so confusing and serendipitous). 
More updates to come!

wellesleyscoop:

Meet SCoop’s Long Lost Older Sib!

The Homestead at Denison University is an incredible cooperative in Ohio. 

The Homestead is a living-learning experience unique among American colleges and universities. It is a student-run intentional community with a focus on ecological sustainability. 

MISSION STATEMENT:

The Homestead is an ever-evolving experiment in community that is inhabited and maintained by Denison University students with strong commitments to a socioenvironmentally-responsible life ethic. We choose to live simply by using only technology that we deem appropriate and by making every effort to be fully conscious of the social and environmental impacts of our consumption. Our philosophies are brought to life through their practical application within the parameters of our academic setting. 

The Homestead family encourages enrichment of the self and community through exploration and expression of our individual and collective creativity, ideas, emotions, and intellect. Our dynamic community nurtures life experiences that are self-affirming and empowering. These experiences contribute significantly to our future endeavors and create a collective spirit that unites the Homestead past and present. We open our arms to the greater global community to share with us the wonders embodied in the Homestead.

See more of their history here!

Perhaps we could have a roadtrip to visit?  A skype hangout between SCoop and Homestead?

(Also so bizarre that SCoop is moving into Wellesley’s Homestead.  Oh so confusing and serendipitous). 

More updates to come!

08 4 / 2014