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Waking up is that much harder now that it is darker out in the mornings. Grumble grumble.

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uncharted-territories:

I threw a tea party for my lovely friend’s bachelorette party last month… I think I need to move somewhere that has a bigger tea culture than a coffee one. 

Janey!!!! Come be my friend!!!! 😭

uncharted-territories:

I threw a tea party for my lovely friend’s bachelorette party last month… I think I need to move somewhere that has a bigger tea culture than a coffee one. 

Janey!!!! Come be my friend!!!! 😭

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jsuisbianca:

just in time for fashion week yallz

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sherlockspeare:

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hell yeah ben

HELL YEAH KEIRA

HELL YEAH

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"So this admittedly symbolic usage of “hapa” by Asian Americans feels to many native Hawai’ians like the appropriation of land and culture perpetrated by all Hawai’ian settlers and colonizers. Further, that mixed race Asian Americans appropriated a word to find their own power is an item of their own blissful ignorance … and privilege. As Dariotis points out in her article, Asian Americans appropriated “hapa” because it had no negative connotations for Asian Americans. But that was because the word arose out of a colonizing situation between Europeans and native Hawai’ians. The fact that Asian Americans saw no negative connotations in the word had to do with the fact that in this colonizing situation, Asian Americans played a helping role on the side of the colonizers. That’s about as ironic as it gets."

-On “Hapa” And Cultural Appropriation

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fydollaho:

The Civil Wars | Finding North (A Place At The Table Soundtrack) 

Who’s gonna hold my hand.

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Let’s just say I don’t think I’ll be purchasing any other nail polish brand ever again. I am in love with Ruby Wing nail polish. I had seen it several months ago with my lovely friend Bre made a blog post about it on Birchbox.
Their nail polishes change color indoors and outdoors using UV light! So none of that mood/temperature changing bs which once meant you’d only see it change in the pool or washing dishes.
I didn’t get around to trying it until now and boy…did I wait too long.
I made my purchase at the Birchbox store (hehe no shipping fee) but there are more shades available on the actual Ruby Wing website.

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Let’s just say I don’t think I’ll be purchasing any other nail polish brand ever again. I am in love with Ruby Wing nail polish. I had seen it several months ago with my lovely friend Bre made a blog post about it on Birchbox.

Their nail polishes change color indoors and outdoors using UV light! So none of that mood/temperature changing bs which once meant you’d only see it change in the pool or washing dishes.

I didn’t get around to trying it until now and boy…did I wait too long.

I made my purchase at the Birchbox store (hehe no shipping fee) but there are more shades available on the actual Ruby Wing website.

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intensefoodcravings:

Creamy Pasta with Prosciutto and Basil
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Yes.