Make the Effort, Love the Effort

    23 Apr 2014

    tea-world:

Violets are now blooming and can be found pretty much everywhere, so it’s time to make a nice cup of violet tea :)
Collect leaves and flowers, clean them, then dry them or use them fresh. For one cup of tea, you’ll need 2-3 teaspoons of fresh or 1-2 teaspoons of dried violets. Steep for 5-6 minutes.
Violets are good to treat coughs, sore throat, colds, headache and fever, contain several minerals and vitamins and support the immune system. Also have a lovely sweet fragrance and taste :)

    tea-world:

    Violets are now blooming and can be found pretty much everywhere, so it’s time to make a nice cup of violet tea :)

    Collect leaves and flowers, clean them, then dry them or use them fresh. For one cup of tea, you’ll need 2-3 teaspoons of fresh or 1-2 teaspoons of dried violets. Steep for 5-6 minutes.

    Violets are good to treat coughs, sore throat, colds, headache and fever, contain several minerals and vitamins and support the immune system. Also have a lovely sweet fragrance and taste :)

    23 Apr 2014

    23 Apr 2014

    evictist:

xxx

    evictist:

    xxx

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    1 Apr 2014

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    1 Apr 2014

    hangthecyst:

    death-rebirth-senshi:

    Why do people sexualize boobs when we could be doing this with them

    Oh my god

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    1 Apr 2014

    "I just want you to effin’ work."

    thought me, always, at work.

    24 Mar 2014

    Spring in Japan.

    omg I want, so bad ♥♥♥

    maybe… next year???

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    24 Mar 2014

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    22 Mar 2014

    colors!!!

    colors!!!

    21 Mar 2014

    themoonphase:

    wanderblog:

    treehugger:

    The Nourishmat comes with everything you need to start growing organic vegetables: seeds, fertilizer and know-how.

    The mats last about 5 years and are printed with nontoxic ink that won’t leach into the soil.

    The mats use a technique called square foot gardening. “The key is planting in grids instead of rows so you can maximize your space,” said Weiner. “More food in less space. We adapted the layout of the Nourishmat based on this popular method. We say natural because it embraces the idea of bio-diversity.” This method requires less water and fertilizer then conventional monoculture farming.

    The square-foot method also makes plants into beneficial neighbors. “The layout of the plants revolves around companion planting,” said Weiner. “For example, the bugs that like marigolds are the same bugs that love to eat the bugs that love to eat tomatoes.”

    this is actually so cool

    I actually really need this.