Ronit Baranga - Spine, 2013
Adaptability — Rosularia elymaitica nestled into a rocky crevice.
Phtoo credit: Martin Miklanek
Paintings by Lee Price
1. Store bought deodorant
I mix equal parts of coconut oil and bicarb soda and let it set in a container. To apply I just scoop some up with my fingers and rub onto my armpits.
When I make my next batch I’m going to add some essential oils to the concoction.
2. Shampoo and conditioner
I have very dry hair. Everyone says they have dry hair, but it could actually be worse, they could have my hair. I’m still testing out whether this is actually better for my hair, the coconut oil makes a huge difference.
I rinse my hair with water if I’ve been doing some dirty activities. Once a week I will mix up about a teaspoon of bicarb soda and a couple of splashes of apple cider vinegar with water and pour this over my hair, massage it into my scalp and leave it in for at least 30 seconds, then rinse.
Whenever I wet my hair I put some coconut oil in it, and whenever it gets to frizzy I put coconut oil in it.
Once in a while I will mix yoghurt, honey, olive/coconut oil, egg yolk together and let it sit in my hair for about an hour then rinse it out.
3. Facial cleansers
Once a week I exfoliate my face with a pinch of bicarb soda and a drop of honey.
Today I made an exfoliation concoction using ground coffee, coconut oil, cinnamon, honey and brown sugar- smell delicious.
Sunkissed by Esther Barend
Mushies on the Rise, was gonna make a t shirt then started working on something new.
More work- www.everyoneruins.me
Vivian Maier Photography - Via
Stuff happens, occasionally.
Well done, xkcd. View the full “Frequency” comic here, it’s truly mesmerizing. I had no idea there were so many Sagittarii named Amelia who were fans of carbonated beverages.
Now if you’ll excuse me, I have to continue waiting for my turn signal to synchronize with that of a stranger’s, longing for that unspoken, unknown connection, that most universal element of the human experience.