attachmentparentingryangosling:

Hey nursing goddess, let me get you a cup of red raspberry leaf tea while you bond.

attachmentparentingryangosling:

Hey nursing goddess, let me get you a cup of red raspberry leaf tea while you bond.

attachmentparentingryangosling:

Hey girl, they asked you to do what? How would they like to eat their dinner with a blanket over their heads?

attachmentparentingryangosling:

Hey girl, they asked you to do what? How would they like to eat their dinner with a blanket over their heads?

attachmentparentingryangosling:

Hey girl, every baby is a “good” baby.

Wise words

attachmentparentingryangosling:

Hey girl, every baby is a “good” baby.

Wise words

nybg:

This is like a mix of my fondest daydreams (I get to see the forest floor as a chipmunk would!) and my most frightening nightmares (Oh my god that spider is bigger than me!). ~AR
amnhnyc:

From the archives: Museum staff install oversize models in a diorama depicting the forest floor, March 1958
Explore all the photos from the Picturing the Museum collection here: http://bit.ly/l8nOsp
© AMNH Library/Image #325494

nybg:

This is like a mix of my fondest daydreams (I get to see the forest floor as a chipmunk would!) and my most frightening nightmares (Oh my god that spider is bigger than me!). ~AR

amnhnyc:

From the archives: Museum staff install oversize models in a diorama depicting the forest floor, March 1958

Explore all the photos from the Picturing the Museum collection here: http://bit.ly/l8nOsp

© AMNH Library/Image #325494

be-proactive-go-green:

reusable shopping bags!

be-proactive-go-green:

reusable shopping bags!

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hey-itsmaya:

GO GREEN

hey-itsmaya:

GO GREEN

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climateadaptation:

barackobama:

“Over the past four years, we’ve doubled the amount of electricity America can generate from wind—from 25 gigawatts to 50 gigawatts. And to put that in perspective, that’s like building 12 new Hoover Dams that are powering homes all across the country. We doubled the amount of electricity we generate from solar energy, too. And combined, these energy sources are enough power to make sure that 13 million homes have reliable power and support the paychecks that help more than 100,000 Americans provide for their families.
“That’s not imaginary. That is real. And that’s what’s at stake in November. Thirty-seven thousand American jobs are on the line if the wind energy tax credit is allowed to expire like my opponent thinks they should. And unlike Gov. Romney, I want to stop giving $4 billion in taxpayer subsidies to big oil companies that have rarely been more profitable so that we can keep investing in homegrown energy sources like wind that have never been more promising. That’s part of the choice in this election.”
—President Obama in Iowa today

http://www.barackobama.com/wind

climateadaptation:

barackobama:

“Over the past four years, we’ve doubled the amount of electricity America can generate from wind—from 25 gigawatts to 50 gigawatts. And to put that in perspective, that’s like building 12 new Hoover Dams that are powering homes all across the country. We doubled the amount of electricity we generate from solar energy, too. And combined, these energy sources are enough power to make sure that 13 million homes have reliable power and support the paychecks that help more than 100,000 Americans provide for their families.

“That’s not imaginary. That is real. And that’s what’s at stake in November. Thirty-seven thousand American jobs are on the line if the wind energy tax credit is allowed to expire like my opponent thinks they should. And unlike Gov. Romney, I want to stop giving $4 billion in taxpayer subsidies to big oil companies that have rarely been more profitable so that we can keep investing in homegrown energy sources like wind that have never been more promising. That’s part of the choice in this election.”

—President Obama in Iowa today

http://www.barackobama.com/wind

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pleasenoplastic:

The inspiration for the new blog name… I decided that no matter how awesome “Maeve Daw’s Blog” sounded, it might sound a bit pretentious. 

Plastic free life!

pleasenoplastic:

The inspiration for the new blog name… I decided that no matter how awesome “Maeve Daw’s Blog” sounded, it might sound a bit pretentious. 

Plastic free life!

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