dude, this bracelet represents #shackle #handcuffs…to me.  and this is coming from a huge romantic and wendyslookbook fan.  but to each’s own.

modernhepburn:

Dying of laughter

crying, tears, muffled laughter (i’m at the library)

neptunain:

Comedy Central just got real

beautifulpicturesofhealthyfood:

How To Make Naturally Flavored Water
Supplies needed:
Fruit – Whatever kind you like (except bananas); make sure it’s good and ripe for maximum sweetness and flavor. Use all kinds of citrus and berries. Pineapple and watermelon work well for flavoring water. 
Herbs – These are optional, but many herbs are a surprising complement to fruit flavors; almost any herb will work depending on your personal preference.
Jars or pitchers – Use 2 quart mason jars primarily, but any 2 quart pitcher will do. Fruit infusion pitcher is another option if you think you’ll be making infused waters regulary; a very easy, tidy way to strain fruit from water.
Muddler or wooden spoon for mashing fruit and herbs.
Ice
Water – Use filtered or spring water.
Continue reading…
beautifulpicturesofhealthyfood:

How To Make Naturally Flavored Water
Supplies needed:
Fruit – Whatever kind you like (except bananas); make sure it’s good and ripe for maximum sweetness and flavor. Use all kinds of citrus and berries. Pineapple and watermelon work well for flavoring water. 
Herbs – These are optional, but many herbs are a surprising complement to fruit flavors; almost any herb will work depending on your personal preference.
Jars or pitchers – Use 2 quart mason jars primarily, but any 2 quart pitcher will do. Fruit infusion pitcher is another option if you think you’ll be making infused waters regulary; a very easy, tidy way to strain fruit from water.
Muddler or wooden spoon for mashing fruit and herbs.
Ice
Water – Use filtered or spring water.
Continue reading…
beautifulpicturesofhealthyfood:

How To Make Naturally Flavored Water
Supplies needed:
Fruit – Whatever kind you like (except bananas); make sure it’s good and ripe for maximum sweetness and flavor. Use all kinds of citrus and berries. Pineapple and watermelon work well for flavoring water. 
Herbs – These are optional, but many herbs are a surprising complement to fruit flavors; almost any herb will work depending on your personal preference.
Jars or pitchers – Use 2 quart mason jars primarily, but any 2 quart pitcher will do. Fruit infusion pitcher is another option if you think you’ll be making infused waters regulary; a very easy, tidy way to strain fruit from water.
Muddler or wooden spoon for mashing fruit and herbs.
Ice
Water – Use filtered or spring water.
Continue reading…
beautifulpicturesofhealthyfood:

How To Make Naturally Flavored Water
Supplies needed:
Fruit – Whatever kind you like (except bananas); make sure it’s good and ripe for maximum sweetness and flavor. Use all kinds of citrus and berries. Pineapple and watermelon work well for flavoring water. 
Herbs – These are optional, but many herbs are a surprising complement to fruit flavors; almost any herb will work depending on your personal preference.
Jars or pitchers – Use 2 quart mason jars primarily, but any 2 quart pitcher will do. Fruit infusion pitcher is another option if you think you’ll be making infused waters regulary; a very easy, tidy way to strain fruit from water.
Muddler or wooden spoon for mashing fruit and herbs.
Ice
Water – Use filtered or spring water.
Continue reading…
beautifulpicturesofhealthyfood:

How To Make Naturally Flavored Water
Supplies needed:
Fruit – Whatever kind you like (except bananas); make sure it’s good and ripe for maximum sweetness and flavor. Use all kinds of citrus and berries. Pineapple and watermelon work well for flavoring water. 
Herbs – These are optional, but many herbs are a surprising complement to fruit flavors; almost any herb will work depending on your personal preference.
Jars or pitchers – Use 2 quart mason jars primarily, but any 2 quart pitcher will do. Fruit infusion pitcher is another option if you think you’ll be making infused waters regulary; a very easy, tidy way to strain fruit from water.
Muddler or wooden spoon for mashing fruit and herbs.
Ice
Water – Use filtered or spring water.
Continue reading…
beautifulpicturesofhealthyfood:

How To Make Naturally Flavored Water
Supplies needed:
Fruit – Whatever kind you like (except bananas); make sure it’s good and ripe for maximum sweetness and flavor. Use all kinds of citrus and berries. Pineapple and watermelon work well for flavoring water. 
Herbs – These are optional, but many herbs are a surprising complement to fruit flavors; almost any herb will work depending on your personal preference.
Jars or pitchers – Use 2 quart mason jars primarily, but any 2 quart pitcher will do. Fruit infusion pitcher is another option if you think you’ll be making infused waters regulary; a very easy, tidy way to strain fruit from water.
Muddler or wooden spoon for mashing fruit and herbs.
Ice
Water – Use filtered or spring water.
Continue reading…

beautifulpicturesofhealthyfood:

How To Make Naturally Flavored Water

Supplies needed:

Fruit – Whatever kind you like (except bananas); make sure it’s good and ripe for maximum sweetness and flavor. Use all kinds of citrus and berries. Pineapple and watermelon work well for flavoring water. 

Herbs – These are optional, but many herbs are a surprising complement to fruit flavors; almost any herb will work depending on your personal preference.

Jars or pitchers – Use 2 quart mason jars primarily, but any 2 quart pitcher will do. Fruit infusion pitcher is another option if you think you’ll be making infused waters regulary; a very easy, tidy way to strain fruit from water.

Muddler or wooden spoon for mashing fruit and herbs.

Ice

Water – Use filtered or spring water.

Continue reading…

rawlivingfoods:

Fresh Salsa Boats!

Prep Time: 15 minutes Portion: 8 Boats 

Ingredients:

Boats:

  • 1 large head of Romaine Lettuce

Fruit Salsa:

  • 2 ripe Mangos peeled and diced
  • 2 Kiwis peeled and diced
  • 1 Cucumber diced 
  • 1 Bell Pepper (any color) diced
  • 1-2 cups of Cherry or Grape Tomatoes quartered
  • 1 Avocado diced
  • 1 Handful of fresh Cilantro chopped
  • Juice of 1 Lemon
  • Dash of Cayenne Pepper (optional)

Directions:

1. Peel, dice, and chop all of the salsa ingredients and combine in a large bowl. 

2. Peel the romaine leaves one by one from the head and spread on your cutting board. Fill the romaine boats with the salsa and enjoy!

Yum

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Prisella, 20, Australia

instagram: prisellaafia

http://myselfinflicted.tumblr.com/

  1. Camera: iPhone 4
  2. Aperture: f/2.8
  3. Exposure: 1/120th
  4. Focal Length: 3mm

(Source: nyczebra)

  1. Camera: Nikon D7000
  2. Aperture: f/2
  3. Exposure: 1/400th
  4. Focal Length: 50mm

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elegantly-tasteless:

blahhqs:

mfnvu:

zuky:

heavenrants:

sparkamovement:

"He was going to stab me, so I had to push it." - Civil Rights activist Gloria Richardson. Watch her whole interview about women activists at the March on Washington here. 

THIS IS EVERYTHING

Dismissive hand on bayonet.

#fckurbayonet

Who you posed to be
Let me go for I catch a case
Cuz I aint got tyne fa dis

My shero elegantly-tasteless:

blahhqs:

mfnvu:

zuky:

heavenrants:

sparkamovement:

"He was going to stab me, so I had to push it." - Civil Rights activist Gloria Richardson. Watch her whole interview about women activists at the March on Washington here. 

THIS IS EVERYTHING

Dismissive hand on bayonet.

#fckurbayonet

Who you posed to be
Let me go for I catch a case
Cuz I aint got tyne fa dis

My shero

elegantly-tasteless:

blahhqs:

mfnvu:

zuky:

heavenrants:

sparkamovement:

"He was going to stab me, so I had to push it." - Civil Rights activist Gloria Richardson. Watch her whole interview about women activists at the March on Washington here

THIS IS EVERYTHING

Dismissive hand on bayonet.

#fckurbayonet

Who you posed to be

Let me go for I catch a case

Cuz I aint got tyne fa dis

My shero