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  • biographies of:
    • Rimbaud
    • Isadora Duncan
    • Angela Burdett-Coutts
  • "torschlusspanik" (German) "gate-closing panic" - the fear that life is passing you by, that you're going to hesitate and miss out.
  • inspo: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ida_Lewis
  • Mori movies: The Science of Sleep
  • tv show: Gravity Falls (like Rick and Morty but better)
  • this: http://www.flylady.net/
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samizdat
  • books:
    • Art and Fear* by David Bayles and Ted Orland
    • Runes, by Teresa Drofn Freysdottir Njardvik
    • Visual Magick: A Manual of Freestyle Shamanism, by Jan Fries
    • The Magic Mountain etc by Thomas Mann
    • https://www.spiralnature.com/reviews/25-occultnik-books-reviewed-2018/
    • Gossip From The Forest by Sara Maitland
    • The Steerswoman, by Rosemary Kirstein
    • manga: Marie Antoinette by Fuyumi Soryo
    • Into the Forest by Jean Hegland
    • The Ancient Magus Bride manga by Kore Yamazaki
    • The Underwater Ballroom Society by Various
    • My Friend Dahmer by John "Derf" Backderf
    • Wingfeather Saga
    • If Women Rose Rooted by Sharon Blackie
    • "Rivers of London" book series by Ben Aaronovitch
    • Aunt Dimity cozy mysteries
    • Raven Rings trilogy by Siri Pettersen
    • Illuminations by Rimbaud
    • Slow Stitch: Mindful and Contemplative Textile Art by Claire Wellesley-Smith ; If Women Rose Rooted:A Journey to Authenticity and Belonging by Sharon Blackie; Just Kids by Patti Smith ; "Seconds" by Bryan Lee O'Malley
  • movies: Heavenly Forest (ただ、君を愛してる)
  • Waldeinsamkeit
  • http://www.amsterdam360.com/abc.html
  • book: The Weed Forager's Handbook: A Guide to Edible and Medicinal Weeds in Australia; https://www.createspace.com/6731848
  • Introduction to Permaculture where to buy
  • places to get book lists from
  • ideas to stimulate writing: http://listography.com/venusprincess/hobbies/the_death_of_writers_block
  • http://www.personalkanban.com/pk/uncategorized/get-work-done-and-stay-healthy/
  • knnitters bucket list: https://addictedtoyarn.wordpress.com/my-knitting-bucket-list/
  • Havi: add "and it's fun!" to the end of all your Superpowers.
  • alternate sorting hat quiz: http://sortinghatchats.tumblr.com/post/121904186113/the-basics
  • https://listography.com/action/list?uid=4624188151&lid=6398215626
  • http://www.personalkanban.com/pk/applications/managing-and-working-through-that-ever-growing-reading-list/
  • Babi a fi's list of festivals, etc:
  • list of recipes
  • Night cream with vinegar
    • A mixture of 1/2 cup olive oil, 1/4 cup vinegar, and 1/4 cup water used as a night cream will make your skin glow. The olive oil softens and moisturises and the vinegar lightens discolorations, kills bacteria and loosens dead skin cells. Splash water on your face before applying and leave on overnight.
  • Night cream with avocado
    • Blend together a cream made from a dash of olive oil and 1 avocado to softens the skin. This remedy is especially good for winter nights with the natural oils doing wonders.
  • Facial
    • After wetting your face thoroughly, massage a small amount of olive oil into your skin. Then take about half a teaspoon of sugar and softly exfoliate your face. Wipe off gently with a warm, wet cloth until the sugar is all gone. You’ll notice the difference immediately.
  • music: "Atlantean Twilight" Kevin MacLeod
  • "Princess Missions"
  • helping cafes in Melb:
    • madcapcafe.org
    • Good to Go Cafe, 7 Hosier Lane
  • hair tip: tease the underneath of your fringe so it doesn't separate during the day. From Violet le Beaux.
  • Curvy Yoga: "When people ask me how or why to make time for regular practice (remembering that to me, oftentimes five deep breaths is the perfect practice for your day), this is what I’m going to say: It’s how current you shows kindness to the you of today and the you of the future."
  • using AG's photos: Happy to help out with images. From memory, I license all the project images CCBY. So by all means use them as long as Amazon Kindle add a byline. On the right hand side pane, there is a link to my 500px account profile. You should find a selection of the better stuff, otherwise there is the blog, which has more. When you get done send a link so I can cross promote.
  • recycling ideas
    • wine box into a shoe rack.
    • placemat into a bag.
    • weave old textiles into a basket.
    • shirts into a patchwork skirt.
    • add patterned fabric to the yoke of a top, or band across front of t-shirt.
    • embellish tops of boat shoes with fabric.
  • sew sequins to top in starburst pattern.
    • sew motifs from fabric to patch clothes.
    • use rubber stamping to cover up stains or add pattern.
    • replace arms on a top/jackets with contrasting fabric arms.
    • glue coloured pencils onto photo frame.
    • turn blanket into a cape or coat.
    • convert dress into two pieces. >>>>
    • upsize top by adding insert in centre back >>>>
    • make small toys into fridge magnets.
  • games: Stardew Valley (avail. on Steam)
  • "weight loss does not meet the criteria of evidence based medicine"
  • 101 Ideas for Blog Posts
  • http://www.creativesprint.co/
  • music: Dream pop artists: Letting Up Despite Great Faults, Asobi Sekusu, Linus' Blanket, Sentimental Scenery, Vanilla Lucy.
  • Jackson Galaxy - cat whisperer. try Youtube.
  • numen inest = "There is a spirit here."
  • Yule Goat
  • "an opening": the opening of an art gallery; rotation of art in the home; opening up of the home to fresh ideas and energy.
  • Wildly Soft (idea): print out a picture that embodies what you wish to bring to your work today. e.g. a bridge, something strong, something peaceful.
  • http://www.earthsprout.com/?p=5689
  • manga: Mushishi ; Liar Lily (Usotsuki Lily)
  • animated series: Over the Garden Wall
  • Iyashikei = a trope or genre of anime involving alternative realities with little to no conflict, emphasizing nature and the little delights in life.
  • elimination diet
  • 23rd September is National Fountain Pen Day in Japan.
  • music to download: JG
  • the Stein/Toklas library
  • Curvy Yoga Books: Rising Strong by Brene Brown; The Light of the World, Elizabeth Alexander; Big Magic, Elizabeth Gilbert; Our Souls at Night, Kent Haruf; The Secret Wisdom of the Earth, Christopher Scotton
  • Mori-type movies: the Secret Garden, Stardust, Jane Austens, Studio Ghibli, Miss Potter, Heavenly Forest (Tada, Kimi wo Aishiteru), The Secret of Roan Inish, the witch of the west is dead (nishi no majo ga shinda), The Secret of Kells, Secret of Moonacre, Song of the Sea, Postman to Heaven (Korean), Summer Magic, Moonspinners, Pollyanna, Children Who Chase Lost Voices, Babette's Feast, The Dark Crystal, Ladyhawke, Willow
  • when making shrink plastic items, use fabric markers instead of normal textas.
  • mushroom garden neo
  • planthopper nymphs
  • Mori girl playlists
    • music to look up: lullatone; superfly; kokia; Akiko Shikata; eluvium
    • listen to these
    • Tokyo Police Club; Dempagumi.inc; Radwimps; Arlequin; Shiina Pikarin
  • tea class
  • mori girl questionnaires --
  • tea flavour ideas: http://www.designatea.com/products.php?cat=7
    • Mori Notes is a black tea with hints of currants, almonds, and gingerbread.
    • Tokyo Tea is a green tea with caramel and sesame flavours, inspired by Japanese desserts.
  • xylitol
  • article about beauty oils
  • Books read while in a sailboat crossing the Atlantic Ocean:
    • A Brief History of Nearly Everything, Bill Bryson
    • The Search for The Rarest Bird in The World, Vernon R.L. Head
    • The Name of The Rose, Umberto Eco
    • The Scar, China Miéville
    • Birds Without Wings, Michael de Bernieres
    • Inside The Whale, essays by George Orwell
    • Congo Journey, Redmond O’Hanlon
    • The Odyssey, Homer (E.V. Rieu, transl.)
    • Chronicle of A Death Foretold, Gabriel Garcia Marquez
    • Krakatoa, Simon Winchester
    • The Best of Saki
    • The Holographic Universe, Michael Talbot
    • The Iron Council, China Miéville
    • The Outsider, Albert Camus
  • Terpsichore, the muse of the dance.
  • MV: Planet of the Heart by Sakura Gekuin. Music by Superfly.
  • fell : an upland pasture, moor, or thicket; a highland plateau.
  • Kodama ami pattern
  • mudita = taking delight in others' wellbeing or happiness (kinda like the opposite of schadenfreude)
  • aegyo = winsome, cute, sweetly attractive.
  • biographies/autobiographies to read
    • Nicola Tesla
    • Emily Dickinson
    • Helena Blavatsky
    • Virginia Woolf
    • Vita Sackville-West
    • Gough Whitlam
    • Liu Zongyuan
    • Theodore Rousseau
    • Lord Byron
    • Robert Oppenheimer
    • Neil Patrick Harris : Choose Your Own Autobiography
    • Theodore Rousseau
  • Violet's favourite:
    • hair products: Garnier Fructis Goodby Damage shampoo, conditioner & serum. Air dry where possible.
    • mascara: Mirenesse vibralash; Maybelline Mega Plus Volume Express
    • eyeshadows: Pretty Serious
    • foundations: Models Prefer (lightest shade); Innoxa Concealer for under eye circles
    • lipgloss: Lancôme Juicy Tubes, Dior
    • lipstick: Dior, Revlon colour-stay
  • game: Botanicula
  • "Nightmares and wonders"
  • craft: Kimekomi balls.
  • "Last Quarter of the Moon" (in the original Kagen no Tsuki), manga by Ai Yazawa
  • il dolce farniente (the sweet "doing-nothing")
  • Japanese Fairy Tales
  • puccioso = "cute/kawaii" in Italian
  • mauri = "life-force" in Maori
  • documentary: The Cats of Mirikitani
  • pluviophile
  • Henry David Thoreau: My life has been the poem I would have writ; But I could not both live and utter it.
  • http://listography.com/youcrazydiamond/words/untranslatable_into_english
  • Cloudland
  • Danish recipes
  • the ardorous
  • Musubi no Yama Hiroku (産霊山秘録 The Secret History of Mt. Musubi) is an epic historical fantasy novel by Ryō Hanmura. It is a multi-generational saga reinterpreting 400 years of Japan's history through the perspective of a secretive family with mystical capabilities.
  • Benjamin, Walter "On the Concept of History." Selected Writings, Volume 4, 1938-1940. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2003.
  • documentary series: The Dark Ages: An Age Of Light (4 parts)
  • jpop: CTS
  • what is the difference between lunch and luncheon??
  • polymba
  • how to DIY jiffy pots & pellets
  • mmovies: Dr. Zine; Creation; Kurt & Courtney
  • http://www.jamendo.com/en
  • http://bayeux.datensalat.net/
  • more recipes: this list; also this list; sweets & desserts
  • List of anime to watch >>; list of (Asian movies)[http://listography.com/chanhun/films/asian_movies_ive_seen
  • Books: The Hare with Amber Eyes by Edmund de Waal; Jambalaya: The Natural Woman's Book of Personal Charms and Practical Rituals by Luisah Teish; this list; this list of Japanese authors
  • recipes: Mexican; Christmas; this list; here's another list
  • download: Pop Sister
  • books: Whose Song is Sung by Frank Schaefer;
  • fantasy books from wiki articles high (low)
  • the study of breakfast
  • hangul, kanji, zhongwen, block script, English grammar and word construction. To the library!
  • books to read: This list

and this one this one too

lists of books to read

lists of books

  • anime list: this list
  • http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/39769
  • cookbooks by Claudia Roden.
  • the history of the Philippines.
  • book: 168 Hours.
  • http://conigliodellamoda.blogspot.com.au/search/label/libri
  • Polaroid cameras
  • explorers of the east.
  • furoshiki knots
  • how to make chocolate letters.
  • where to buy German sausage.
  • the Romantic poets.
  • types of glue.
  • cemeteries to visit.
  • foods with protected names
  • Shinto
  • Moliere
  • The Romantic poets
  • fruits and veggies in season.
  • more seasonal activities.
  • how the holes get into Swiss cheese.
  • how to make glogg.
  • construction methods for hama bead boxes.
  • how to make properly fluffy pompoms.
  • how to make my own cheese.
  • juice recipes
  • how to make my own sundried tomatoes
  • beginner piano workbooks
  • Arnold Toynbee
  • qualia (sp?)
  • Nicola Tesla.
  • who is Hagley?
  • what a Commissioner does
  • things to make with double-slip knitting
  • how to make labna
  • what the birds are in my tree
  • how to make a reticule
  • a place to learn Tai Chi
  • tapestry crochet >
  • interesting salads
  • whether they ever solved the case in last week's ep of Sensing Murder
  • Briggs-Meyer tests
  • where to get an educational cloud poster
  • Marie Antoinette tea recipe >
  • automatic writing
  • a good book on Roman frescos
  • hama/perler bead patterns
  • where is Malmesbury?
  • the Toynbee Tiles
  • how to crack a coconut open
  • things to do in New Zealand
  • the piopio bird
  • best apps for a total noob
  • why the No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency TV series ends so abruptly
  • spring roll vermicelli salad recipe >
nov 6 2011 ∞
apr 18 2019 +