wholelarderlove An idealistic notion. A new post. 10h
  •   corywhitedotcom The real problem is when an ethos becomes trendy or cool, which in turn becomes a commodity itself. Keep scratching til the cool disappears and people follow because they "Need" to. Unfortunately this platform "social media" is overrun by posturing and throw away content. @wholelarderlove keep on keeping on. Nothing is real on Instagram . 7h
  •   wholelarderlove @set_ss thanks. That means a great deal to me. 5h
  •   wholelarderlove @wrongside_tx well Sam you never cease to amaze me. Champion. 5h
  •   bear_loves_dove How much you inspire people can't be measured, but it does have impact. We reckon the real Rohan is pretty darn awesome! 5h
  •   airstreamfamily Gorgeous Roh. Yep you're an idealist. And I've no doubt at times it haunts your sleep and smothers you in darkness. But rest assured, everyone you touch is inspired in ways that you will never know. No single man can save humanity from itself. I look around and see people getting lazier, people losing track of what's important and losing their souls in the process. But I think people do have the capacity to change, and it is really important to have role models like yourself spreading the message. Just keep being yourself and doing your thing and momentum will build. But try to ignore that ego of yours. Mother Teresa just did her thing, she gave a shit when other people didn't and at some point people noticed. Enjoy the process and your amazing life with your seriously hot, breakfast-in-bed making girlfriend, and stop taking it so farkin' seriously. Otherwise you will end up having a heart attack like the last beautiful idealist I dated. 3h
  •   joannadavies Well just so you know, since reading about you baking your own sour dough bread, we are about to start making out own bread.. Plant a bigger veggie garden AND steal a few recipes from your GF's lunch lady blog. So you made a difference to this family! 3h

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wholelarderlove George Jones and gin. 1d
  •   zoe_crazybrave Awesome rug, too :) 1d
  •   wyatt_go Like your style mate, but do you like anything Aussie. Never any nostalgic Australian anything. We also have made good, coats,hats,utes and country and western. Think you should have been a septic. @lexijoy81 @wholelarderlove 23h
  •   wyatt_go I suppose you did by a ford recently. @wholelarderlove 23h
  •   lcb21186 We have a gin here in VT that's pretty phenomenal. Barr Hill Gin, small batch made, with raw honey. Best I've ever had, whenever I splurge and buy a bottle, I stick some fresh juniper berries, a sprig of balsam, and a curl of lemon zest in it. I suppose you could do that to improve any gin. Not to add to this fella's impressions of you outsourcing, but I'd send you and Kate a bottle to try if you want 22h
  •   wholelarderlove @wyatt_go you just can't compare real country to the Australian interpretation. I wear an Akubra not a Stetson. I love the Australian landscape that doesn't mean that I immediately have to like footy, ute culture or beer. I'm not patriotic to Australia or any country for that matter. It's the land that I love. Not necessarily the people or the culture. 19h
  •   wholelarderlove @lcb21186 I never say no to a gin. 15h
  •   wholelarderlove @moniquegermon yep I'm a bad Aussie. 12h
  •   wholelarderlove @wyatt_go I think it's more that Australia USED to make good stuff. ;-) 12h

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wholelarderlove Cat Power. 1d

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wholelarderlove So I'm washing my car and my girlfriend asks me if I'm going to take my top off. Funniest chick ever. 1d

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wholelarderlove Dirty whiskey Saturday. 2d

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wholelarderlove Finishing off a perfect 'girlfriend~boyfriend' day spinning LP's on the new old player. They don't make them like they did in 68' 2d

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wholelarderlove Saturday morning breakfast in bed by baby. Best girlfriend in the world. 3d

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wholelarderlove Quite possibly the prettiest sunset in my rear view this afternoon. Reminds me how beautiful the world is. 3d

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wholelarderlove The pond in the backyard looked extra sweet this arvo. 4d

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wholelarderlove Just got home from Chicago. What a stunning day at home. 4d

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wholelarderlove After a month away from home.......I'm starting to fade. Homeward bound 5d

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wholelarderlove Now that's a beer 5d

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wholelarderlove Sounds better at 30,000 ft. Thanks @willienelsonofficial for everything. 5d
  •   ruggedandfancy Can we just marvel for a moment that you have way more followers than Willie freaking Nelson! 5d
  •   rockatanksy Best willie album ever all my favs on the one album! 5d
  •   equallyempty As the token ginger in the room, I feel as if I should say something; however, there's really nothing I could add to Willie Nelson. 5d
  •   xlukethedrifterx banger 5d
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  •   damienmatter Have you read his book? The tao of willie. It is a great read. 5d
  •   jeremyryancarr My wife walked down the aisle to Hands On The Wheel. 5d

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wholelarderlove Ain't it funny. How time just slips away. 6d
  •   agemmati This makes me sad. 5d
  •   cooperdaws My daily hell... Good on you for having the courage to make it a thing of the past :) just trying to work out how I can too... 5d
  •   marklobo Blergh! I remember my days in an office. It took me ages to quit and get my photography off the ground. 7 years later, and I just had my 500th shoot this month. Feels so good :) 5d
  •   kaysworld1 I like my morning job its not behind a desk it also pays for my travels with out it i couldnt travel. Its alright you all saying quit working and travel but sometimes you have no money to travel so thats why you need a job unless you are a travel writer or travel blogger. You need to work no matter if its self employed or employee to earn money to travel. 5d
  •   lisadeerest Do what you love and you'll never work a day in your life! I work in an office but a counselor to asylum seekers and it's so rewarding to do something I am so passionate about. Also working part time means I can still spend time growing food & being in nature. The 9-5 M-F (sometimes more!) concept is a myth, do what works for you! 5d
  •   tash1au I love my office job too...creating awesome events in beautiful Tassie...with 16acres down the road...it really does depend on what you doin in that office...sadly some people aren't able to choose... 3d

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wholelarderlove Hey do you remember that night in Elkhorn Wisconsin. 6d

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wholelarderlove Adios Americano's. It's been swell. 6d

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wholelarderlove How is that even though I've been to a bunch of famous art galleries from around the world, it's a creepy clown painting hiding behind green foliage near a garage entrance that captivates me the most. Or maybe just scares the shit out of my inner child. 6d

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wholelarderlove Missing my 5:30am swim in the lake today. @campwandawega 6d

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wholelarderlove If you want to know more about pork and how to love it the old way you have to drop a note and say hi to jonny. He knows pork. Thanks for your help this weekend mate. Your cured gear was AMAZBALLS. @jdhunter0324 6d

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wholelarderlove Had a nice time talking at IDEO @ideo thanks @jess_herman 7d

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