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This job is giving me the most warped sense of logic.

I’ve been seriously considering joining the Air Force lately (it’s probably my best option at the moment), and this morning my coworker got elbowed in the face by a customer who was STEALING CIGARETTES. The first thing I thought was that I need to get out of this job as soon as possible and join the military. Because, you know, strangers would totally not physically assault me in the military.

Ugh.

renniesane:

Almond Milk Flan
• 5 eggs 
• 2 cups almond milk 
• 2 tsp vanilla extract
 • 1/4 cup agave or honey (or 1/2 cup granulated stevia)
—> preheat oven to 150 Celsius, and place in a sauce pan about 2 cups water and let it simmer to stay warm
—> in a separate saucepan combine the milk and the sweetener (agave, honey..) and bring it to a summer
—> in a bowl, whisk the vanilla and eggs thoroughly, for about 3-5 minutes, then add the milk/sweetener mixture and stir till combined
—> pour in a small dessert cup and place them far away on a baking dish, then pour the simmering water on the the dish too, so it covers 1/2 to 1 inch.
—> bake for about 40 minutes, then refrigerate for 1-2 hours. Top with melted caramel, syrup, etc.
—> ENJOY! x
Renniesane / Tumblr
per custard (makes six):
 Calories: 114
 Fat: 4 
Carbs: 12 
 Sugar: 10
 Fiber: 4
 Protein: 7

renniesane:

Almond Milk Flan

• 5 eggs

• 2 cups almond milk

• 2 tsp vanilla extract

• 1/4 cup agave or honey (or 1/2 cup granulated stevia)

—> preheat oven to 150 Celsius, and place in a sauce pan about 2 cups water and let it simmer to stay warm

—> in a separate saucepan combine the milk and the sweetener (agave, honey..) and bring it to a summer

—> in a bowl, whisk the vanilla and eggs thoroughly, for about 3-5 minutes, then add the milk/sweetener mixture and stir till combined

—> pour in a small dessert cup and place them far away on a baking dish, then pour the simmering water on the the dish too, so it covers 1/2 to 1 inch.

—> bake for about 40 minutes, then refrigerate for 1-2 hours. Top with melted caramel, syrup, etc.

—> ENJOY! x

Renniesane / Tumblr

per custard (makes six):

Calories: 114

Fat: 4 
Carbs: 12 

Sugar: 10

Fiber: 4

Protein: 7

This could possibly be disordered eating, but I think they would be good tips for me personally.

This could possibly be disordered eating, but I think they would be good tips for me personally.

the-more-u-know:

inner-ter-esting

thehealthjourney:

I’ve gotten several asks about snack suggestions. These are a few of the things I love to snack on! 

thehealthjourney:

I’ve gotten several asks about snack suggestions. These are a few of the things I love to snack on! 

A message from thefitty
Hey there! What's your favourite nut butter?

Ooh, you know, I’ve always been a fan of peanut butter, but I think I may prefer Justin’s maple almond butter over it (especially as an almond butter and raspberry jam sandwich). What’s yours?

workout-workhard-loveyourself:

May Issue of Cosmopolitan: 9 Foods That Melt Away Flab!
1. EggsVitamin B12in the yolk helps your body torch fat. Plus, they are super filling and starve off binges.
2. Peanut ButterCreamy or chunky, it’s a source of magnesium, which powers cells to metabolize energy. efficiently.
3. AvocadoIt’s high in craving-quelling “good” fat and rich in L-carnitine, an amino acid that fires up your body’s engine.
4. Sirloin BurgerMade with 90% lean beaf, it’s like pure protein, which takes more energy to digest than fat or carbs.
5. CheeseConjugated linoleic acid in dairy helps your body burn fat. Go with a tangy, creamy kind that satisfies your palate.  
6. PicklesA medium pickle is only 7 calories - you’ll burn more energy digesting this salty, crunchy veggie.
7. Green TeaIt’s teeming with catechins, antioxidants that studies show destroy body fat. Plus, caffeine gives your system a metabolic jump.
8. YogurtRegular and low-fat kinds have probiotics, bacteria that may reduce the amount of fat that your body absorbs.
9. QuinoaBecause your body works hard digesting this protein-packed whole grain, you burn off extra calories. 

workout-workhard-loveyourself:

May Issue of Cosmopolitan: 9 Foods That Melt Away Flab!

1. Eggs
Vitamin B12in the yolk helps your body torch fat. Plus, they are super filling and starve off binges.

2. Peanut Butter
Creamy or chunky, it’s a source of magnesium, which powers cells to metabolize energy. efficiently.

3. Avocado
It’s high in craving-quelling “good” fat and rich in L-carnitine, an amino acid that fires up your body’s engine.

4. Sirloin Burger
Made with 90% lean beaf, it’s like pure protein, which takes more energy to digest than fat or carbs.

5. Cheese
Conjugated linoleic acid in dairy helps your body burn fat. Go with a tangy, creamy kind that satisfies your palate.  

6. Pickles
A medium pickle is only 7 calories - you’ll burn more energy digesting this salty, crunchy veggie.

7. Green Tea
It’s teeming with catechins, antioxidants that studies show destroy body fat. Plus, caffeine gives your system a metabolic jump.

8. Yogurt
Regular and low-fat kinds have probiotics, bacteria that may reduce the amount of fat that your body absorbs.

9. Quinoa
Because your body works hard digesting this protein-packed whole grain, you burn off extra calories. 

a-fitness-fantasy:

riiaeatsright:

Originally from The Greatist
Sometimes I find myself cheating out my workout when it comes to the end, so when I saw this article, I knew I had to share it with you! So check out this list of 23 Ways To Push Through A Tough Workout:
1. Who’s really getting cheated?
Sure, no one else would know about skipping out on the last Chatarunga. But only one person loses in that situation (hint: it’s not the super-ripped chick sweating it out on the next mat).
2. Change pace.
Circuit training, a killer combination of cardio and strength training, can help break the monotony of a long workout. Run five minutes, then drop and do some push-ups. Wash, rinse, repeat.
3. Picture this.
Visualize cheering fans or crossing the finish line to bang out one more set or lap. Or just go mental: Imagine this workout is the equivalent of the Olympic trials (no big deal).
4. Grab a pal. 
Work out with a fit pal who will hold you to a higher standard. Stuck going solo today? Imagine they’re still there. After all, who wants to wuss out in front of an audience?
5. Break it down.
Set mini-goals when the going gets tough. This isn’t a three-mile run— just six measly half-mile runs.
6. Savor the pain.
“Pain is weakness leaving the body,” the saying goes. Pain is also proof that this workout is tough. Clearly you’re doing something right, so why stop now? (Just know when pain is signaling something more serious.)
7. Compete.
Whether comparing against the dude on the next treadmill over or your own time last training session, competition ups the ante and helps us forget about wanting to quit.
8. Remember the end.
That post-workout high? Yeah, almost there. The struggle of that final set won’t last— and when the workout’s over, it’ll be replaced by a much better feeling: pride.
Read the rest at The Greatist!

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a-fitness-fantasy:

riiaeatsright:

Originally from The Greatist

Sometimes I find myself cheating out my workout when it comes to the end, so when I saw this article, I knew I had to share it with you! So check out this list of 23 Ways To Push Through A Tough Workout:

1. Who’s really getting cheated?

Sure, no one else would know about skipping out on the last Chatarunga. But only one person loses in that situation (hint: it’s not the super-ripped chick sweating it out on the next mat).

2. Change pace.

Circuit training, a killer combination of cardio and strength training, can help break the monotony of a long workout. Run five minutes, then drop and do some push-ups. Wash, rinse, repeat.

3. Picture this.

Visualize cheering fans or crossing the finish line to bang out one more set or lap. Or just go mental: Imagine this workout is the equivalent of the Olympic trials (no big deal).

4. Grab a pal.

Work out with a fit pal who will hold you to a higher standard. Stuck going solo today? Imagine they’re still there. After all, who wants to wuss out in front of an audience?

5. Break it down.

Set mini-goals when the going gets tough. This isn’t a three-mile run— just six measly half-mile runs.

6. Savor the pain.

“Pain is weakness leaving the body,” the saying goes. Pain is also proof that this workout is tough. Clearly you’re doing something right, so why stop now? (Just know when pain is signaling something more serious.)

7. Compete.

Whether comparing against the dude on the next treadmill over or your own time last training session, competition ups the ante and helps us forget about wanting to quit.

8. Remember the end.

That post-workout high? Yeah, almost there. The struggle of that final set won’t last— and when the workout’s over, it’ll be replaced by a much better feeling: pride.

Read the rest at The Greatist!

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beautifulpicturesofhealthyfood:

How to Make Nut Milk…RECIPE

A message from Anonymous
Do you have a binging page? (Sorry I'm on my phone, and I can't look.) I just binged on 4,500 calories today, and I feel so horrible and useless. :'(
A reply from funeralformyfat

You’re not useless!
Eating too much does not make you a useless person. It makes you a person who has a habit that they need to overcome.
Useless things are: the original iPhone ear buds that never stay in, mini portable hair straighteners, the thin chain lock above the deadbolt locks, things you see on informercials THOSE are useless. Not you

When it comes to binge eating it’s really important to understand WHY you binged. What made you get to that point. Understanding the feeling/actions before can help you identify the WHY and that will help you with the solution to avoid the actions all together. Don’t let this hold you back. You ate too much, it happens to everyone! Drink water, don’t starve yourself. Go for a walk and move on with your day (or go to bed if it’s night time) Find a coloring page to print online or draw 8) watch your favorite movie or cartoon (I’ve got spongebob on DVD for my bad days) and move on. Your happiness is important
delectabledelight:

Roasted Pumpkin Soup
You’ll need
1/2 white onion
1 small pumpkin
1 cup coconut milk
3 cups water
tumeric
sea salt
red pepper flakes
Now What
roast whole pumpkin in oven for 30-50 minutes until tender
cut and peel off skin and scoop seeds and set aside
place seeds on cookie sheet, cover in tumeric, sea salt & red pepper flakes. bake for 20 minutes
chop onion and add to 1 table spoon of olive oil in a sauce pan 
simmer onions for 3-5 minutes over medium heat
add pumpkin to sauce pan
add water and spices
bring to boil and lower to simmer for 15 minutes, stir every so often
add coconut milk
stir and simmer for 5 minutes
remove from heat and blend
top with pumpkin seeds
Enjoy!

delectabledelight:


Roasted Pumpkin Soup

You’ll need

1/2 white onion

1 small pumpkin

1 cup coconut milk

3 cups water

tumeric

sea salt

red pepper flakes

Now What

roast whole pumpkin in oven for 30-50 minutes until tender

cut and peel off skin and scoop seeds and set aside

place seeds on cookie sheet, cover in tumeric, sea salt & red pepper flakes. bake for 20 minutes

chop onion and add to 1 table spoon of olive oil in a sauce pan 

simmer onions for 3-5 minutes over medium heat

add pumpkin to sauce pan

add water and spices

bring to boil and lower to simmer for 15 minutes, stir every so often

add coconut milk

stir and simmer for 5 minutes

remove from heat and blend

top with pumpkin seeds

Enjoy!

Except eating clean can’t fix absolutely everything… But great in general!

Except eating clean can’t fix absolutely everything… But great in general!

keep-calm-stay-healthy:

shitblrz:

Dear Anon,
You said I have ‘fat thighs’ and, I quote, “there is no way you can be a size 2, your thighs touch ew.”
Fuck you and your thigh gap mentality. I’m very comfortable and proud of my body. I’m happy with myself.
You are probably unhappy with yourself which is why you sent me this message. Maybe one day you’ll learn that there’s more to life than achieving a breeze between your legs.
Sincerely a proud owner of thighs that touch, Z
 (Excuse my ratchet hair :-P)

BUT ALSO WOW those are some fantastic sexy legs 

keep-calm-stay-healthy:

shitblrz:

Dear Anon,

You said I have ‘fat thighs’ and, I quote, “there is no way you can be a size 2, your thighs touch ew.”

Fuck you and your thigh gap mentality. I’m very comfortable and proud of my body. I’m happy with myself.

You are probably unhappy with yourself which is why you sent me this message. Maybe one day you’ll learn that there’s more to life than achieving a breeze between your legs.

Sincerely a proud owner of thighs that touch,
Z


(Excuse my ratchet hair :-P)

BUT ALSO WOW those are some fantastic sexy legs