Saving the world or whatever.

itimeditperfectly:

ihaveabenaddictionsendhalp:

sneak peek aka I hate editing
this project is so much fun, I love making new scenes, being able to change the story the way I want, I don’t wanna stop editing but at the the same time I jUST WANT TO RAGE QUIT THIS SHIT IT’S SO MUCH WORK I HATE EDITING SO MUCH AND MASKING AND WHY THE FUCK AM I DOING THIS

But it’s so beautiful :’)

Thank you ;__; <33

DAY THIRTEEN: TRY A MEDIA FAST THIS EVENING

It’s simple in concept but can be tough in the execution. This evening (or whenever your main block of “home time” is) take a break from television, computer, tablet and cell or smart phone.

Part of the takeaway of doing the Cure is having the experience of spending time in our homes in different ways, which helps us to find new ways to enjoy it. This media fast will shake up the routine a bit and give you a rare break from the energy of the outside world finding its way into your private space.

Maxwell explains one of the perks of there exercise well in the Eight Step Home Cure: “As you experience your home time without the usual sights and sounds to listen to, pay attention to how you feel. While you may find it uncomfortable and unfamiliar at first, you will inevitably find yourself with time that is unfilled and now yours to spend in new ways.”

If you have an idea of how you plan to spend your time, let us know in the comments. I also hope everyone will circle back around to this post again tomorrow (tonight Apartment Therapy is off limits!) and let us know what you did and how you feel about your retreat evening - good luck and enjoy!

*muffled laughter* Yes, because how I want to spend my limited free time is sitting there not doing the things I do for fun.

Wild’s January September Cure (via Apartment Therapy)

DAY TWELVE: CREATE A LANDING STRIP OR RE-ORGANIZE THE ONE YOU HAVE.

It doesn’t need to be a large area, nor does it need to be fancy. What it does need to be is functional. Set up a spot or hook for your keys, a bowl or container for change and your wallet on a surface (like a small side table) to sort the mail and other items (newspapers, books, magazines, purchases) as they come in. Two other super helpful and nice components to add to your landing strip area are a small wastebasket/recycling bin to hold your discarded incoming stuff to be recycled and a mirror for last minute checkups on your lovely smile and fashionable attire. :)

Your goal here is to create a space that you’ll want to really use each time you come in to your home to sort through the stuff you’re carrying in your bags, pockets and hands upon arrival, so you stay ahead of the mail, bills and items coming in to your home and also, have smoother sailing on your way out.

Once you’ve set up your landing strip, use it every time you come home. 

I have to wonder who these people are who get so much mail in 2014 that they have to go through it and organize it into categories. My books and occasional magazine are electronic, my bills come by email, and flyers and junk mail go straight to recycling. 

Anyway, what I’m saying is, I need a place for keys, bus passes, sunglasses, coffee money, etc. So this is the perfect small size for that. I have my shoe drawers, my coat rack, a cool mirror, and hollow book-stacks for tucking away small items. 

DAY ELEVEN: Plan a Get-Together for Two Weekends Ahead

… ahahaha. I don’t host in my place. It’s hectic, messy, my cats get stressed out, my place is tiny, and I just don’t have fun. So, thanks, but no thanks. >.>

What a cheat day. I’ve been sick Monday/Tuesday so it’s actually nice to easily catch up!

zeeewa:

tony sleeps all over his friends part III

zeeewa:

tony sleeps all over his friends part III

peardita:

Rhodey/Tony + text posts

Requested by anonymous, hope you enjoy! :)  Click to make bigger.

Wild’s January September Cure (via Apartment Therapy)

Weekend Chores: Flowers, Kitchen Organizing & Cleaning, Make a Meal

1. Bring home and display your Weekly Flowers (and enjoy them!) 

2. Clean Your Kitchen and Declutter/Organize as You Go 

Remember, this is about investing time now to create a better home for you to enjoy all year - it’s not about perfection, but improvement. Each kitchen task you complete will make your kitchen that much more effective, attractive and simply a nicer place to spend time working and relaxing in.

To help you organize your time and your tasks, here are some excerpts from Maxwell’s kitchen cleaning plan from The Eight Step Home Cure.

Clean all surfaces, inside and out, with a good earth-friendly surface cleaner:

  • Counters (and sink)
  • Cabinets
  • Refrigerator
  • Floor (if it needs it again)
  • Stove
  • Other appliances 

Remove shelf liners and replace or wash and replace. Moving everything in order to do the washing will allow you to reach bottles, jars, and boxes that you may not have seen in a long time. The foods we keep in our kitchens should be fresh and replenished frequently.

Remove all food:

  • past its expiration date
  • Unused for more than twelve months
  • In containers that are nearly empty 

If a food item is old, throw it away; if it is unopened and you will never eat it, give it away. Aim to reduce the mass of your stored foods by at least 25 percent. 

Remove all cups, glasses, and dishes that are:

  • Chipped, stained or unmatching - unless the unmatching is intentional
  • Extra or unused 

Seriously edit down the odds and ends in your glasses, dishware and servingware. If you notice that you are short on certain items, add a note to replace them to your list of projects. 

Remove cookware you don’t use. 

3. Find a Recipe and Make Yourself a Simple, Enjoyable Meal 

Ah, I have to laugh about this one. I’m not making myself “a meal” because I’ve been out for dinner at family’s places all weekend and my live flowers from last week are still doing great so I didn’t buy new ones either.

did the kitchen declutter, though. As much as I could with a birthday and a 30th anniversary in one weekend. I plan to revisit. Rearranged some cupboards, found a lot of plasticware that is not mine I need to return, and finally threw out chipped mugs I was holding on to for no reason at all.

I have no matching anything and have never bought a “a set” in my life. So far, hand-me-downs are working for me. I still have two “junk bins” I need to go through but I guess that will be on a catch-up day because I didn’t get around to it this time.

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(Source: thepondsonacloud, via all5horizons)

So much for being a survivor. 

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