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Lauren: Australian, 20 years old, university student, addicted to television, loves beats, speaks failtastic Japanese, attempting German, slowly learning photoshop/gifs etc.


isntithateful:

Have a pointless photoset.

Merry Christmas!


scene: the gym, this evening.

Hot Guy At Front Desk: You’re a local, I’m a local. How about we hang out sometime and continue this conversation about Buddhist mindfulness? 

Me: 

*… whatever, girl. Go with it.*



matchstick challenge #3

I started this week’s matchstick challenge last night. For dinner I had baked stuffed capsicum. Usually the recipe is to stuff the capsicum with a mixture made from lamb mince, rice, garlic and herbs, bound with an egg, and then bake the capsicum for about 20 minutes. I made a couple of substitutions to the recipe: 

White rice » brown rice

Lamb mince » lentils

Whole egg » egg white only

I also had baked chicken breast topped with mixed herbs to go with it. It was great :). 


I think there’s some kind of tumblr etiquette where you don’t bitch about stuff you reblog, but what the ever-loving fuck is this.

I think there’s some kind of tumblr etiquette where you don’t bitch about stuff you reblog, but what the ever-loving fuck is this.

(Source: typical-teenage-thrills)


westwingwolf:

Save Community! Tweet it, Tumblr it, and whatever you need to do to spread the word that we need to get our show back on NBC’s midseason schedule.


eatforhealth:

I was craving a cookie just now so I went to my fridge to grab one of the gluten free mint chocolate chip cookies that I made last night. (see above—yes, they are as good as they look & sound, thanks for asking). and it got me thinking so I just wanted to share this.
Everyone thinks that eating healthy means you are eating rice cakes that taste like cardboard all day. I don’t know about you, but I think “diet food” is disgusting. 
I eat french fries, macaroni & cheese, pizza, cookies, ice cream, etc! The difference is the ingredients and amount of processing/how it was prepared. 
I eat healthy. But I love the same foods as everyone else! The difference is, I make them at home. Or buy them from a reputable store that only carries good ingredients (such as whole foods or central market).
It’s all about your choices. and ingredients. They matter more than most people understand. 
If I want french fries, I buy a potato at the store, cut it up, drizzle some olive oil and sea salt on them then throw them in the oven. They taste better than any fried fast food french fry, because they are real. Same goes for cookies, pizza, etc. I make it all at home so I have control of what is going into it.
Have a craving for something “bad”? Make it at home!! You will save yourself tons of preservatives, trans fats, food additives, added sugars and thousands, (gasp!) yes, thousands of calories (they add up very quickly!)
Back to my delicious cookie. Because I made it at home there were no hydrogenated oils, no high fructose corn syrups, no crazy food additives and you know what? I feel so satisfied having had the real thing, not some “fat free no sugar added blah blah diet cookie”, that I am just fine with having only 1 cookie. Normally you would have to literally pry that bag of cookies out of my hand to prevent me from eating half the bag (or the whole thing if I was feeling extra emotional).
Bam! Satisfaction with the real thing is nature’s portion control. You will naturally end up eating less because you are giving your body the real thing. Not tricking it with “fake” or diet food. 
Think about it.
Eat Real Food. It’s not a diet. It’s a lifestyle change. 

eatforhealth:

I was craving a cookie just now so I went to my fridge to grab one of the gluten free mint chocolate chip cookies that I made last night. (see above—yes, they are as good as they look & sound, thanks for asking). and it got me thinking so I just wanted to share this.

Everyone thinks that eating healthy means you are eating rice cakes that taste like cardboard all day. I don’t know about you, but I think “diet food” is disgusting. 

I eat french fries, macaroni & cheese, pizza, cookies, ice cream, etc! The difference is the ingredients and amount of processing/how it was prepared. 

I eat healthy. But I love the same foods as everyone else! The difference is, I make them at home. Or buy them from a reputable store that only carries good ingredients (such as whole foods or central market).

It’s all about your choices. and ingredients. They matter more than most people understand. 

If I want french fries, I buy a potato at the store, cut it up, drizzle some olive oil and sea salt on them then throw them in the oven. They taste better than any fried fast food french fry, because they are real. Same goes for cookies, pizza, etc. I make it all at home so I have control of what is going into it.

Have a craving for something “bad”? Make it at home!! You will save yourself tons of preservatives, trans fats, food additives, added sugars and thousands, (gasp!) yes, thousands of calories (they add up very quickly!)

Back to my delicious cookie. Because I made it at home there were no hydrogenated oils, no high fructose corn syrups, no crazy food additives and you know what? I feel so satisfied having had the real thing, not some “fat free no sugar added blah blah diet cookie”, that I am just fine with having only 1 cookie. Normally you would have to literally pry that bag of cookies out of my hand to prevent me from eating half the bag (or the whole thing if I was feeling extra emotional).

Bam! Satisfaction with the real thing is nature’s portion control. You will naturally end up eating less because you are giving your body the real thing. Not tricking it with “fake” or diet food. 

Think about it.

Eat Real Food. It’s not a diet. It’s a lifestyle change. 


flapperorslapper:

Are you disrespecting the history of Doctor Who? Art thou calling the writers second best?! Art thou calling the producers lame tv folks?! But they ain’t even lame tv folks. But they ain’t even lame tv folks, though.

The fans are totally bovveréd, though! Fans? Bovveréd?…

(Source: formerlyflapperorslapper)


matchstickmolly:

I’ve been trying to figure out a way to make the healthy living community on Tumblr stronger. We’re all going through the same thing, we all have the same struggles, the same unhealthy thoughts, the same obstacles standing in our way—and there are plenty of unhealthy challenges out there…