Ginger Anyhow Plastic Cactus Kits - These desk cactuses are each laser cut from acrylic and wood composite. Each cactus comes in multiple flat 2D pieces that are slotted together the 3D cactus. A variety of flower colors are available.

euo:

Ginger Anyhow | Text Message Embroidery
"This isn’t even close to where I wanted to be, I don’t like this at all."

euo:

Ginger Anyhow | Text Message Embroidery

"This isn’t even close to where I wanted to be, I don’t like this at all."

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lauralittlex:

i want people to know i’m struggling but i don’t want people to know i’m struggling do you see my problem

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ayyyebrows:

tumblr mobile users be like

ayyyebrows:

tumblr mobile users be like

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unwinona:

"Your kid says hi." -The sun

unwinona:

"Your kid says hi." -The sun

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irisnectar:

Handmade resin ring by SoulfulStyle on etsy 

irisnectar:

Handmade resin ring by SoulfulStyle on etsy 

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art-centric:

Frederick Childe Hassam - Moonlight, the Old House

art-centric:

Frederick Childe Hassam - Moonlight, the Old House

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snowce:

Corey Olsen, Maine

Frequently I see paintings that look like photos but rarely do I see photos that look like paintings

snowce:

Corey Olsen, Maine

Frequently I see paintings that look like photos but rarely do I see photos that look like paintings

In reality, Americans are less likely to move upward from their class of origin than are Germans, Canadians, Finns, French people, Swedes, Norwegians, or Danes. But the myth, fortified with bracing doses of positive thinking, persists. As two researchers at the Brookings Institution observed, a little wryly, in 2006:

“[The] strong belief in opportunity and upward mobility is the explanation that is often given for Americans’ high tolerance for inequality. The majority of Americans surveyed believe that they will be above mean income in the future (even though that is a mathematical impossibility).”

Barbara Ehrenreich, Bright-Sided:  How the Relentless Promotion of Positive Thinking Has Undermined America 

"In addition, positive thinking has made itself useful as an apology for the crueler aspects of the market economy. If optimism is the key to material success, and if you can achieve an optimistic outlook through the discipline of positive thinking, then there is no excuse for failure. The flip side of positivity is thus a harsh insistence on personal responsibility: if your business fails or your job is eliminated, it must because you didn’t try hard enough, didn’t believe firmly enough in the inevitability of your success. As the economy has brought more layoffs and financial turbulence to the middle class, the promoters of positive thinking have increasingly emphasized this negative judgment: to be disappointed, resentful, or downcast is to be a ‘victim’ and a ‘whiner.’" [x]

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no-homohowell:

blazepress:

Filming a rainbow when suddenly.

The gays are angry

no-homohowell:

blazepress:

Filming a rainbow when suddenly.

The gays are angry

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frenums:

how 2 make people feel better ft. dog

frenums:

how 2 make people feel better ft. dog

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