expertinawkward:

Food.Fashion.Fandoms blog. I give promos. :)
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expertinawkward:

Food.Fashion.Fandoms blog. I give promos. :)

mademoiselleimani:

ॐ mademoiselleimani ॐ
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travelbinge:

Sunflower field by Yoshiki Fujiwara
Japan
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travelbinge:

Sunflower field by Yoshiki Fujiwara

Japan

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theblondeyogini:

Austin and I did a little yoga together last night.
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theblondeyogini:

Austin and I did a little yoga together last night.

  • People outside the U.S.: The fuck is going on in America?
  • People inside the U.S.: The fuck is going on here?
  • rachaeldee:

bird of paradise :)
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    rachaeldee:

    bird of paradise :)

  • Your serving size: 1/4 of a pizza
  • My serving size: the whole pizza
  • thepascaltriangle:

Source: Instagram fullyrawkristina
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    thepascaltriangle:

    Source: Instagram fullyrawkristina

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    befit-behealthy-beyou:

And last nights dinner was a big plate of sweet potato, brocolli and beans :)
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    befit-behealthy-beyou:

    And last nights dinner was a big plate of sweet potato, brocolli and beans :)

    peachesandcoconutcream:

    Cinnamon Oat Milk:
    •1 cup of oats
    •1 pinch of ground cinnamon
    •3 cups of filtered water
    •1/4 tsp salt
    •1 tsp vanilla extract
    •4 dates (pitted)

    Step 1: soak oats for 20-40 minutes (or overnight if you would like) in some filtered water. This makes your tummy eternally grateful (easily digestible!).

    Step 2: rinse that slimy residue off of your oats by placing the oats in the strainer and running water over it.

    Step 3: blend your strained/soaked oats in your blender with some h2o.

    Step 4: strain your milk 4 times. First into a bowl, then into the blender; repeat. This will make the milk super creamy & smoooooth. The final strain should be into the blender.

    Step 5: blend the rest of the ingredients with the milk until dates have visibly turned invisible (if that makes sense!). You can add more dates if desired, but from my experience, 4 lends the perfect amount of sweetness. Place in your favorite jar and store if the fridge for about a week (although it will probably only last a day, if you’re like me). Separation is natural, so don’t freak out. Just shake it up and drink/use in a recipe/eat it with cereal. Be grateful that this milk doesn’t have anything creepy in it like some of the store bought brands.

    teenshealthandfitness:

❤️❤️

    teenshealthandfitness:

    ❤️❤️

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