I’ve been meaning to do this for a while so after I got a couple of requests it was about time! Thanks for following me, you’re all wonderful :—)
What you get;
- vintage French worker’s jacket (unisex, one size, though kinda oversized if you’re small like me!)
- disposable camera (27 exp.)
- a copy of 1Q84 by Haruki Murakami
- vintage teacup + two herbal teas
- two small Muji notebooks
- assorted badges + charms
- body shop coconut shower cream
- Muji avocado soap
- assorted origami paper
- 3 reproduced vintage French postcards
- some super cute colgate earrings
- 4 national trust magnetic bookmarks
- a handmade shakespeare brooch
- vintage elastoplast tin
- + some secret things!
To enter you must be following me, even if you only like and don’t reblog! Your entry won’t be counted otherwise! ( quiettea ). Likes = 1 entry, reblogs = 10 entries! You must also have your ask box open and be willing to give me your address so I can post it! I’ll be picking a winner on October 30th. Good luck m’dears!
3 dresses from american apparel that I really want but will never own because
- i’m fat
- they’re ridiculously expensive
Species across land, rivers and seas decimated as humans kill for food in unsustainable numbers and destroy habitats
“This damage is not inevitable but a consequence of the way we choose to live.
The fastest decline among the animal populations were found in freshwater ecosystems, where numbers have plummeted by 75% and the number of animals living on the land has fallen by 40% since 1970.
Marine animal populations have also fallen by 40% overall, with turtles suffering in particular.
The biggest declines in animal numbers have been seen in low-income, developing nations, while conservation efforts in rich nations have seen small improvements overall. But the big declines in wildlife in rich nations had already occurred long before the new report’s baseline year of 1970 – the last wolf in the UK was shot in 1680.
Also, by importing food and other goods produced via habitat destruction in developing nations, rich nations are “outsourcing” wildlife decline to those countries. For example, a third of all the products of deforestation such as timber, beef and soya were exported to the EU between 1990 and 2008.
The scale of the destruction highlighted in this report should be a wake-up call for us all.”
listening to the rise and fall of ziggy stardust and the spiders from mars and wondering why i don’t pay attention to david bowie
Drawing what I see when there’s nothing else to draw
"Out of place"
"I’m not a monster"
i’ve been feeling really uninspired so i was just going through my old sketchbooks and i found some things i actually didn’t hate so imma post them
The Story Of My Life
this is actually a beautiful manifesto
i shouldve left like one and a half hours ago but im still home bye