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Shine like gold

Ricardo Gonzales is a lettering and typography master form Durango City, Mexico. His work is quite famous and his ability to turn typography into something motivational lik in the new work gold lettering, is very amazing. Enjoy his positivity and optimism and take it back to your work today!

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26 👵

26 👵

Started off my day of birth by cracking a new self help book and clocking some time in front of the sun lamp. This life.

The little beebs are adjusting to their new homes #succulents #plantbabies

The little beebs are adjusting to their new homes #succulents #plantbabies

A lil poem I beautified for my cousins anniversary #calligraphy

A lil poem I beautified for my cousins anniversary #calligraphy

Tags: calligraphy

meatinjection:

to be honest all that art school has done is shattered my ego lol

dribbblepopular:

An “A” Original: http://ift.tt/XNkkrw

dribbblepopular:

An “A” Original: http://ift.tt/XNkkrw

caitlacoop:

Sometimes I can’t believe that there was a long period of time when I was scared to wear shorts in public due to numerous insecurities. My body hasn’t changed much since then, but my views on femininity, value, and love have.
Perfection does not exist, so there’s no point in holding onto lies about your beautiful and healthy body and allowing them to keep you from wearing marvelous garments. To think, there was a time in my life when I would have passed up these GLORIOUS WATERMELON SHORTS because I was uncomfortable with the entirely natural way my healthy thighs jiggle when I walk. SO. SAD.
So ladies (and men), I want to write a love letter to your bodies: you are perfect. You are unique and one of a kind. The number in your waistband does not equate your value, what matters most is the amount of love you pour on yourself and others. So wear those shorts! Rock that crop top! Feel free to express yourself through how you clothe your body. If someone comments negatively on your body, try your hardest (and it really is so. hard.) to understand that we are all broken and ugly individuals at times, and instead extend grace and love to that person. Do not take their comments personally; they are hurting somewhere deep inside and in some backwards way think it’s okay to throw that pain at someone else. But it’s not. Do not retaliate with more negativity.
You are beautiful and wonderful and a special creation, I hope you feel it.

caitlacoop:

Sometimes I can’t believe that there was a long period of time when I was scared to wear shorts in public due to numerous insecurities. My body hasn’t changed much since then, but my views on femininity, value, and love have.

Perfection does not exist, so there’s no point in holding onto lies about your beautiful and healthy body and allowing them to keep you from wearing marvelous garments. To think, there was a time in my life when I would have passed up these GLORIOUS WATERMELON SHORTS because I was uncomfortable with the entirely natural way my healthy thighs jiggle when I walk. SO. SAD.

So ladies (and men), I want to write a love letter to your bodies: you are perfect. You are unique and one of a kind. The number in your waistband does not equate your value, what matters most is the amount of love you pour on yourself and others. So wear those shorts! Rock that crop top! Feel free to express yourself through how you clothe your body. If someone comments negatively on your body, try your hardest (and it really is so. hard.) to understand that we are all broken and ugly individuals at times, and instead extend grace and love to that person. Do not take their comments personally; they are hurting somewhere deep inside and in some backwards way think it’s okay to throw that pain at someone else. But it’s not. Do not retaliate with more negativity.

You are beautiful and wonderful and a special creation, I hope you feel it.


Handpoked Lisianthus and bird wreath on Nanette.
By MagpieFeed

Handpoked Lisianthus and bird wreath on Nanette.

By MagpieFeed

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