I've been lately asking the universe for changes. Changes outside - more movement, excitement, aliveness - and changes inside me. I've been working on shining light on some of the beliefs which keep me away from the outside changes i wish to see, so i can transform these same beliefs and move on.
“I was a producer of materiality and I am ashamed of this fact. Everything I designed was unnecessary.
I will definitely give up in two years’ time. I want to do something else, but I don’t know what yet. I want to find a new way of expressing myself …design is a dreadful form of expression….
"Change doesn't happen because of how we invest our money. Change happens because of how we invest our human energy, and it always has since we came down from the trees.
Everyone's got a margin of discretionary energy -- ten percent, twenty percent -- that isn't used up making their way in the world. That's the energy that's available for social change."
Daniel Taylor of Future Generation. Via.
I've been writing some weeks ago about my researches to find the best of green clothing for kids. Here are some newly found items among the cutest and most inspiring ones, some i wish could also be wore by adults!
I've got 10 sets of illustration magnets for sale in my Etsy shop. Each set has 10 1" magnets made from my original hand-drawn illustrations. Buy them directly on Etsy, or email me :)
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