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Hi. I'm Annie. Nacho enthusiast, dreamer/doer, and professional appreciator of all good things in life, since 1983. I laugh frequently, imbibe occasionally, enjoy writing, proofing, taking pictures, and talking some shit. Welcome, dear reader, to my internet tumble log.
~ Tuesday, July 29 ~
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I feel you, Sadie.
I feel you.


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Somebody very wise once said to me “don’t chase the high, follow the heart,” you know? We think that we want to have an external experience, but what we want is sanctuary within our own skull. And that’s kind of what this movie is about. You have to have a happy hearth and home, but you can also change the world.

Mike Myers on Supermensch, WTF with Marc Maron: Episode 518

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~ Tuesday, July 22 ~
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(Source: Spotify)

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~ Monday, July 21 ~
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A Mursi tribe woman discovers Vogue magazine, Ethiopia.

A Mursi tribe woman discovers Vogue magazine, Ethiopia.


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~ Friday, July 18 ~
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#facts

#facts

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~ Thursday, July 17 ~
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suicideblonde:

Angelina Jolie by Bettina Rheims

suicideblonde:

Angelina Jolie by Bettina Rheims

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Hey Grand Ol’ Party! Gnash your teeth to these vintage soundbites.

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Assumptions & The Power of Choice:Looking at Women’s Rights Through Fashion
After having a minor aesthetic identity crisis upon my return to New York, this was a thought-provoking read.
I’m constantly fascinated by individual—and cultural—expressions of self (go listen to RuPaul’s WTF interview—it’s fucking incredible!). But living in the capitalistic center of the universe, I’m suddenly hyper aware of what labels I’m wearing…what my clothes, shoes, hair, makeup, accessories, and home furnishings communicate to the people around me…the cost associated with creating the version of myself I’d like others to see.
And from where I stand, it feels depleting, disparaging, and desperate much more often than it feels creative, inspiring, or empowering. And we all silently participate. It’s unavoidable. Even if it’s subconsciously, we’re barraged with the American mantra of consumption-as-self-creation everywhere we go.
I guess I can see now, maybe for the first time, how incredibly liberating it might be to turn all that off. How choosing not to participate would wake you up. Would open you up to a whole new world of incredible things to pour your heart, soul, and consciousness into.
And when you think about it like that, the choice to wear a hijab sounds incredibly progressive. Revolutionary even.

No sweeping conclusion to spout off, I’m just pondering. Definitely worth a read!

Assumptions & The Power of Choice:
Looking at Women’s Rights Through Fashion

After having a minor aesthetic identity crisis upon my return to New York, this was a thought-provoking read.

I’m constantly fascinated by individual—and cultural—expressions of self (go listen to RuPaul’s WTF interview—it’s fucking incredible!). But living in the capitalistic center of the universe, I’m suddenly hyper aware of what labels I’m wearing…what my clothes, shoes, hair, makeup, accessories, and home furnishings communicate to the people around me…the cost associated with creating the version of myself I’d like others to see.

And from where I stand, it feels depleting, disparaging, and desperate much more often than it feels creative, inspiring, or empowering. And we all silently participate. It’s unavoidable. Even if it’s subconsciously, we’re barraged with the American mantra of consumption-as-self-creation everywhere we go.

I guess I can see now, maybe for the first time, how incredibly liberating it might be to turn all that off. How choosing not to participate would wake you up. Would open you up to a whole new world of incredible things to pour your heart, soul, and consciousness into.

And when you think about it like that, the choice to wear a hijab sounds incredibly progressive. Revolutionary even.

No sweeping conclusion to spout off, I’m just pondering. Definitely worth a read!

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~ Tuesday, July 1 ~
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Easy breezy beautiful.

Easy breezy beautiful.


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~ Thursday, June 19 ~
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nevver:

Dream Diary, Vaka Valo


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