Extreme Walk by Brian Mosby

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11 months ago 797 notes


2 years ago 1 note

San francisco

2 years ago


Pumpkin Chili Empanadas! Check out the incredibly awesome and flavorful recipe at Vegan Yack Attack!

Also, Happy Worldwide Vegan Day!!! :D

Love love love

2 years ago 387 notes

Home remedies, recipes, and VooDoo.: Hot rice bag


Here’s what you do:

With a piece of standard copy paper as your pattern, cut two 8 1/2 x 11″ pieces of cotton (muslin or calico works great). Using a 1/2″ seam allowance, sew them together on three sides, wrong sides out.

Clip corners, turn, and press. Fold the top edge in 1/2″ and press.

I have been wanting to make this!!!

3 years ago 17 notes


Make Your Own Bike Seat Cover | Fossil

Why is it that the more natural padding you have on your bum, the more bike seats hurt?! Anyway, irregardless of your current bottom state, creating your own bike seat cover is still a great way to pretty up your ride!

3 years ago 115 notes


DIY Halloween or Any Time Hats  - The Sunflower, Witch and Pumpkin Hats. Guest Post by  deliacreates who has written really easy to follow and detailed tutorials for these hats on Project Run & Play here.

I’m so glad I figured out to repost things, these hats are so cute and the perfect idea for a cure and classy costume (: I’m so excited to make one or two!
3 years ago 366 notes


This sounds really soothing (:

Lavender Lemonade

Herb Citrus Cordial (makes 4-5 pints)

6 cup sugar
Zest of 6 citrus, in large pieces of peel
4 cups fresh citrus juice
2 cup water
2 cups lavender

In a large pot bring sugar, zest, juice, and water to a boil, stirring until sugar is dissolved.
Remove from heat. Add the herbs and let the syrup infuse for at least 15 minutes.
Meantime prepare your canning jars. Strain syrup through a fine sieve, squeezing out as much syrup as possible from the herb leaves before discarding them. Boiling water process for 10 minutes.

Sip on a back porch or deck and pity those who aren’t drinking this delectable concoction.

3 years ago 12,849 notes


Etsy. “Beautiful Victorian-styled hooded cowl pattern is all in one piece and has a high ribbon-laced turtle-neck collar and a generous hood that sweeps the shoulders. It stays up on its own but for windy days you can use a hairpin to secure it without losing the silhouette.”

Much nicer than mine
3 years ago 557 notes


For when my hair grows long

1. High ponytail or skip right to making it into a loop 

2. Split it in half and bobby pin close to the elastic 

Also bobby pin the bow on the back of your head down with a bobby pin on each side (makes it less floppy)

3. Pull the little tail in the front to the back tight, smooth it down a bit, then bobby pin it in the back

4. Smooth it down until you’re satisfied

5. Ta-da!

It probably could look less frizzy and sloppy if I used product, oops! 

3 years ago 595 notes