Bri, 21, Gemini, artist, crafter, photographer, eclectic, tea junkie, free spirit, pansexual, moon worshiper, collector of things. ❀ Esotericism, mysticism, paganism, Wicca, magick, Buddhism, spirituality, divination, meditation, enlightenment, consciousness and awareness, dreams, lightworking, chakra healing, yoga, palmistry, astrology, astronomy, nature, stones and crystals, bohemian, folk, syncretism (eclecticism)… ❀ ☪☮E✡I☯†, LGBTQPIAD pride, feminism, and body positivity!

designboom:

the lotus building by studio505 blooms in wujin, china
image © john gollings

get the full story of the inhabitable sculpture here.

This is just amazing.

Anyone else see hairy leggings before seeing frilly socks? Haha, optical illusion…

I seriously can’t handle being dictated in the workplace. Now please don’t confuse this with being ordered to do something because my superiors requested so. I’m being treated like a fucking puppet. “Don’t clean your desk, save that for 4:30-5. Right now you need to work on deals.” So I’m supposed to open a folder of paperwork and work on top of all the other papers????? I don’t think so. If I’m wrong I don’t want to be right. Like, excuse me, but I know the priority of certain work over other work. But in order to do my job efficiently I must be organized, whether a clean up takes five or ten minutes. Once again, I feel like it’s not okay for me to be myself and be organized. I’m constantly being told what to do, even though I know my duties and their priorities.

sixpenceee:

There’s an island called the Skerries and there’s a point in google maps, where the island looks exactly like this. 

If you don’t believe me, check it out for yourself here

Does anyone have any idea what is going on?

That is fucking AMAZING. Could you imagine if you went to that spot and stepped into a fucking portal to a parallel universe?!

I slept too late and I should probably go get my car looked at today. The smell of burning rubber is never a good sign…

studyinstyle:

Peace comes from within
Do not seek it without.

- Gautama Buddha

(by x)

Release the negative energy and open yourself up to a flow of positivity.

Christmas present I’m getting for my best friend and myself from Human!! He’s getting the snow miser and I’m getting the heat miser - because that’s so us! We both love Christmas but I’d rather it be early autumn weather and only on December 24th and 25th have like a shit ton of snow. That’d be perfect. Anyway, we need to be matching for nerd’s sake!! :D

I’m getting really tired of being told not to “make things so perfect” or to “stop being so exact”. I’m not doing it on purpose, and I can’t help it. To me, I feel like I’m just being organized. I know part of it is my OCD and I’m trying to not be so meticulous but I just can’t help it. There are already a lot of things I try to just let go because it’s not worth my time fixing. Other times I don’t even realize I’m doing it. And that’s when I get criticized. But I refuse to be sloppy on purpose. I don’t know what to do and don’t know if I should say something or not.

I feel like my brain is being stretched like gum.

I’m bored and am clicking around on Google maps. I always find myself looking at the street views of Japan. Aaaand I basically want to go all the way to Japan just to see this place on the corner. Lol. It looks like it’s called Loops and appears to be some kind of plant/flower shop, but I’m getting like NO information on it. If you live in Japan and/or know about this place, message me or reblog with an @ to me because I’m just super curious! :D

Today…

I ordered a slushy from Sonic and they got my order wrong, so I got to keep the one they fucked up AND my mom splashed boiling water all over me, including my fucking right nipple which is now burnt.

Nature is so beautiful… I just wanna eat it all up!

asylum-art:

Deborah Simon’s Incredibly Realistic Sculptures Reveal Internal Systems Of Bears

Deborah Simon sculpts anatomically correct bears out of polymer clay, faux fur, linen, embroidery floss, acrylic paint, glass, wire and foam. Aside from their size (around 22″ high), Simon’s bears are realistically detailed and meticulously fabricated. Her inside-out bears tread the boundaries of taxidermy, toy, and sculpture.

“Evolution has always held a particular fascination for me, informing how I create and group the animals in my work. As I’ve read and dug through museum collections to research my pieces, western science’s mania for labeling, codifying and collecting has stood out. Most of this categorizing bears little resemblance to how animals and plants exist out in the natural world and I find this disconnect fascinating.

 

Neat.