joa, 24, tallahassee, fl, usa
adventurer, artist, cat rescuer, nerd, social entrepreneur
master student at askew school of public admin and policy
project manager for diehl family social enterprise competition
director of the pagan student association
alumnus and former director of global peace exchange
bs in international affairs (polisci concentration; social work minor)
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tags: by my hand, nepal, cats, c'est moi, likes, diy
Good lord, this is the most stark portrayal I’ve seen of this.
Holy crap, over nine years?
[Tweet from Mark Mellman: “Why the poor can have ‘things’ but can’t escape poverty” with a chart showing the decline in cost over time of goods (especially steep for electronics) and the simultaneous increase in cost over time of needs like housing, healthcare, and education.]
Keep telling people not to spend their money on shoes, though. That’ll really help.
This is why it’s entirely reasonable that someone who can’t afford to purchase health insurance or pay college tuition has decent clothing, a “nice” TV (all TVs are “nice” now) or a smartphone. And also why people should stop making presumptions about how other people spend money.
FEMINIST: A person who believes in the social, political, and economic equality of the sexes.
i love her som uch i could cry
NO JOA YOU CAN’T JUST TAKE OFF YOUR PANTS IN A PROFESSIONAL UNIVERSITY ENVIRONMENT JUST BECAUSE no one else is in your office and you just biked miles and you’re in FUCKING FLORIDA.
“Environmental Awareness" by Boris Pelcer
"This series is a collection of fictitious scenarios depicting a life that our children & grandchildren might have if the human race is unable to efficiently utilize natural resources. The aim is to encourage critical thought in order to question how our decisions impact our society, our environment & our future"
- Boris Pelcer -
i wish when i felt threatened or angry or embarrased my hair would do the expandy fluffy thing like in ghibli films