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1960’s Australian Cottage

I was looking for a bright, light-filled home to feature as a break from this brutal cold and this one definitely hits the spot. This home in western Australia is only about 1000 square feet but the owners have made it work for their family of five. The quirky decorating choices throughout, combined with unique vintage finds, make this a stand-out space. The image that caught my eye was the one of their son’s room (2nd to last photo). The feature wall was painted in a bold, imperfect pattern in neutral color so it would blend with his changing tastes as he gets older. And of course, I’m in love with the kitchen! If you’ve been reading alng for a while, you know how I can never resist a two toned kitchen with subway tile.

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anonymous asked:

Sleepover Friday: So, my ex broke up with me some months ago and I'm over him now, but the thing is that I feel like I can't start anything new. Some nights I just have a lonely feeling.. I don't really know.. Do you have any tips or something..?

friends are the answer! spend as much time as possible with your favourite person and do what makes you happy with them!!!

this applies to every bad situation too

eg, feeling bad cause of school? just got dumped? parents are dicks? teacher marked you down? failing in class?

GO TO YOUR FRIENDS HOUSE, MAKE SOME NOODLES, PLAY SOME GAMECUBE, MAYBE GET A BIT INTOXICATED, LAUGH FOR 6 HOUSE, GO HOME HAPpy!!!!! 

its my solution for every problem c:

Sweet home office. Charming writing desk accented with fresh blue and green storage boxes and other accents. Smart use of everyday items like hooks to the side of the desk to hold extra odds and ends and add additional storage to your own email and bill paying station.

anonymous asked:

If white people are on stolen land, what's the solution? To give it back and leave? Except most were born here and it's their home. What's the solution then?

I think it’s pretty silly to think that us Blackfellas expect all Whitefellas to pack up and leave… We get there’s people living here with homes and families, and for the most part they are well meaning people. Don’t get your knickers in a twist. What do we want? We want our sovereignty to be recognized. We want treaties, the right to practice our cultures, speak our languages and live on our lands as First Nations peoples on our terms.