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apple stuffed french toast
baby step buns
dairy and gluten free pancakes
double whole grain pancakes
eggie veggie bake
egg white crepes
egg white veggie omelet
fluffy canadian pancakes
ginger bread oatmeal
gluten free banana bread pancakes
gluten free coconut pancakes
turkey breakfast sausage
vegan and gluten free peach crisp
vegan banana oatmeal waffles
whole grain pancakes
asian chicken salad
baked zucchini fries
bbq tuna fritters
crispy eggplant with spicy tomato sauce
grilled fish tacos
hawaian chicken kabobs
skinny tuna melt
sweet potato chips
vegetarian sloppy joes
whole wheat and honey pizza crust
baked basil zucchini
baked macaroni and cheese
baked turkey burgers
bbq lime and mango turkey
bbq rosemary sweet potato
black bean veggie burgers
chicken, avocado salad
citrus grilled chicken
garlic and lime shrimp
garlic and parmesan turkey meatballs
garlic and rosemary chicken
moroccan apricot chicken tenders
mushroom pizza with caramalised onions
oven fried eggplant
pecan crusted dover sole
pineapple pork kebobs
pork fried rice
roasted rosemary root vegetables
seasoned potato wedges
slow cooker meatloaf
slow cooker pineapple chicken verde
slow cooker pulled pork sandwiches
slow cooker rosemary chicken
slow cooker two bean chicken
thai spiced bbq shrimp
tuna stuffed zucchini
banana almond and chocolate ice cream
banana berry soft serve
banana split cheesecake bites
blueberry-pomegranate ice lollies
chocolate hazelnut ice cream
creamy baked pears
grilled peaches with gingersnaps
no bake peanut butter nuggets
nutella fudge pops
peanut butter and chocolate ice cream
raw carrot cake
raw tropical ice cream
roasted maple papaya
sweet potato pie
vanilla ice cream
vegan and gluten free, peanut butter, caramel cheesecake
88 healthy snacks under 100kcal
apples peanut butter slices
chocolate chip balls
chocolate chip cookies
cinnamon fruit kebobs
frozen banana bites
frozen fruit pops
frozen yogurt blackberries
frozen yogurt strawberries
fruity fun skewers
no bake healthy protein bars
peanut butter cups
pizza roll ups
roasted chick peas
skinny coconut cupcakes
strawberry and mango fruit roll up
berry watermelon smoothie
blueberry banana smoothie
blueberry coconut water frosty
chocolate cranberry smoothie
coconut hot chocolate
cranberry and banana smoothie
fresh orange juice smoothie
grapefruit pink smoothie
green lemon and pineapple smoothie
green tea mango smoothie
healthy vegan breakfast smoothie
mocha coconut frappuccino
mocha madness recovery shake
peanut butter, banana green smoothie
strawberry, blueberry smoothie
strawberry lemonade frosty
strawberry shortcake smoothie
sweet pomegranate smoothie
sweet potato hot cocoa
tasty fruit smoothie
vegan almond butter banana shake
vegan cashew ripple strawberry shake
vegan chamomile banana shake
vegan chocolate raspberry smoothie
vegan chocolate s’mores shake
vegan chocolate, strawberry, banana shake
vegan double chocolate chip shake
vegan peaches and cream smoothie
vegan peachy hemp protein smoothie
vegan secret ingredient matcha shake
vegan secret ingredient vanilla shake
vegan wild blueberry shake
virgin peachy lychee daiquiri
whipped strawberry lemonade
chocolate peanut butter
fig jam with lavender, thyme and walnuts
peanut butter fruit dip
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If I had eight hours to chop down a tree, I’d spend six hours sharpening my axe.
Abraham Lincoln(via intricatelysimple)
Namibians wearing Vellies (Shoes)
"Velskoen, pronounced "fell-skoon" and known colloquially as "vellies," are the ancestor of the modern-day desert boot. Vellies were first made in the 1600s, inspired by the footwear of the Khoikhoi tribe and crafted using raw materials. Later, our vellies were adapted by British travellers, packaged and renamed to be what we now know as desert boots.
(Brother Vellies) are made in the coastal town of Swakopmund, Namibia. There, a small group of eight Damara gentlemen assemble every shoe by hand, turning out just 20 pairs an afternoon.
…Vellies are made of vegetable-dyed Kudu leather. The Namibian government mandates the culling of these large native antelope to control their population. Kudu skin yields amazingly durable leather and suede that ages exceptionally well. Because these hides are taken from wild animals they often show scars or other “imperfections” that domesticated hides do not.” Brothervellies
The faces and the shoes. This is pretty darned awesome.
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"dunno" and "who cares"
Donald Glover love
do you ever get the urge to get up in the middle of the night while everyone else is fast asleep and just walk places and to be completely alone and entirely dedicated to your thoughts
yes but the problem is i dont want to get murdered u feel me
i feel you
we all feel you
why are so many people touching me
This is why you don’t walk around in the middle of the night
This track is INSANE.
Recently discovered just how impressed I am by honesty. I’d prefer to live being painfully honest and ready to be cut or bruised or ashamed. I hate having to muddle through what you say to reach what you mean to strive for what you think and eventually find what you feel.
Can I be honest?
10 Things A Black Woman Writer Must Do:
1) Do not be a black woman writer.
2) If you come from an island in the Caribbean, that’s a mistake. The islands are not a proper place. People from places like the islands can’t write about being alienated, because how can you feel alienated in a place where people like to wear bikinis? Be a writer from England. Do not mention you are black.
3) You mustn’t write long sentences.
4) You mustn’t write about yourself.
5) Do not be abstract.
6) Do not write about race. Everyone will say you only write about race.
7) Write about race. If you don’t, they will point out that you haven’t written about race.
8) Do not be a black woman writer.
9) Do not be a black woman.
10) Do not be black.