You might say, “What a dreadful day,” without realizing that the cold, the wind, and the rain or whatever condition you react to are not dreadful. They are as they are. What is dreadful is your reaction, your inner resistance to it, and the emotion that is created by that resistance.
Eckhart Tolle (via thelittlephilosopher)
DO IT DO IT DO IT
Quietly affirm that you will define your own reality from now on and that your definition will be based on your inner wisdom
Wayne Dyer (via soultrinket)
If there’s a thing, a scene, maybe, an image that you want to see real bad, that you need to see but it doesn’t exist in the world around you, at least not in the form that you envision, then you create it so that you can look at it and have it around, or show it to other people who wouldn’t have imagined it because they perceive reality in a more narrow, predictable way. And that’s it. That’s all an artist does.
HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN ALMOND MILK
Almond milk is so ridiculously easy to make you HAVE to give it a try! There is no need to buy almond milk in the store unless you’re lazy (I’m lazy and I still make my own☺). Some store-bought versions have weird unnecessary additives in them (still better than pus, antibiotics, hormones, consequences of ingesting animal protein and the other fun stuff you get with cow’s milk… But still) that aren’t great for your body. If you get your almond milk at the super market look for one that’s unsweetened and doesn’t contain Carrageenan (a stabilizer that is linked to inflammations in the body). Or better yet – make your own!! Here’s how:
Put one cup of raw, unprocessed almonds in a container, cover with water and put in the fridge overnight. This process (soaking or sprouting) makes the almonds more digestible, brings out all the good enzymes we want and turns it into a live food. Also, makes the almonds easier to blend! The next day, pour the old water out and put the almonds in your blender together with fresh water - four times as much water as you used almonds (1 cup almonds – 4 cups water). Blend! Keep the blender going for a long time until the almonds have completely dissolved. If you want to sweeten your almond milk, add dates or a tiny bit of agave syrup. You can also flavor it with fresh vanilla, cinnamon or raw cacao! I like my almond milk a little grainy, but if you want it smooth drain it through a cheese cloth (pair of pantyhose works well too). Save the almond paste that’s left over and use for baking or put in your smoothies. Enjoy! I like to keep soaked almonds in the fridge so I can just throw them in the blender with water and some ice – fresh, raw, healthy, delicious almond milk for your cereal in no time! #healthyeverydamnday indeed😊
This angry food is making my year right now.
NATURE’S BUTTER, BITCH.
Tasty and aggressive, two of my favorite things.
I lol’d. so hard.
LMAOOOOOOO this is some of the best shit i’ve seen on Tumblr…had me dying lol
I had to.
DIY: BLACKHEADS, BE GONE
Bye bye blackheads: Use a half lemon and 3-4 drops of honey. Rub the lemon on your face, especially in blackhead-prone areas like nose, chin etc. Leave the lemon and honey mixture on your face for 5 minutes, then wash it with cold water. You should see the results immediately. Additionally, lemon juice will also fade other marks/spots on the face and honey will moisturize.