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trailporn:

Cruising Moab’s Slickrock Trail as sunset approaches.

Photo: iRunFar/Bryon Powell

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phoebewahl:

"Two Mamas" an illustration for Mother’s Day that will be available as a card and print, TOMORROW 4/23/14 in my Etsy shop!

Phoebe Wahl 2014

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Joseph Lorusso (1966)

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All around me, I am seeing women who are making empowering choices, women who are coming into deep love of self & radical acceptance of their bodies, women who are changing the way they work in the world, women who are taking charge of their reproductive rights, women who are speaking the truth of who they are; how they feel, women who are tuning in to their desires…
Ev’Yan Whitney (via roadtothesacred)

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with-grace-and-guts:

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tea-storm:

simplytonka:

Oh my gosh, want.

Yes

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I have found that if you love life, life will love you back.
Arthur Rubenstein (via naturaleu)

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showslow:

Ideal Bookshelves, Jane Mount

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oholysmokes:

Sigh, this is me right now. 

oholysmokes:

Sigh, this is me right now. 

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The best years of your life are the ones in which you decide your problems are your own. You do not blame them on your mother, the ecology, or the president. You realize that you control your own destiny.
Albert Ellis  (via thatkindofwoman)

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nprfreshair:

Hilary Frank, wife of former Fresh Air producer Jonathan Menjivar (now with This American Life) has a podcast called Longest Shortest Time. Described as a “3:00 a.m. bedside companion for new parents,” the most episode focuses on natural birth:

This week on the Longest Shortest Time podcast, Hillary Frank confronts Ina May Gaskin, mother of the modern natural birth movement, over feeling betrayed by the empowering messages about unmedicated labor in her books. If you wanted a natural birth and didn’t get one, Ina May Gaskin is looking for your feedback as well. Here’s where you can tell your story or leave a comment: http://wp.me/p4bvGZ-15K