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  2. eat-to-thrive:

    This was sooo delicious! Garden fresh green & yellow zucchini (spiralized) with zucchini blossoms, nasturtiums, tomatoes, basil, black pepper, & onion blossoms. The dressing was awesome, I got it from @therawadvantage’s YouTube video (the pizza recipe) and it consisted of blended pumpkin seeds, zucchini, tomatoes, dates, sundried tomatoes, basil, & oregano.
    Also, just one more day to enter for a chance to win the bamboo bowl I’m giving away to one of my followers, details 4 photos down on my page!

    (via beautifulpicturesofhealthyfood)

     
  3. tried out the cauliflower ‘rice’ recipe and it was super easy and yum as. im not the biggest cauliflower fan (i probably say that about a lot of vegetables) and i still enjoyed it!

    to make the rice, just removed the stalk from the flower, and chuck the head into a food processor on medium.

    put the contents into a microwaveable tub, and pop a lid halfway on, microwave for 2 minutes. YOU DO NOT NEED TO PUT WATER IN IT.

    then you just season with salt and pepper and serve with whatever it is you’re eating, BOOM.

     
  4. I tried that back workout after my run today and I’ve got to say I was pretty darn wrecked by the end of it.

     
  5. dayumshecangetit:

    Ms Williams

    (via fit-4our-me)

     
  6. the prettiest vegetable i know! and they’ve got a kickass name too.

     
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  8. fuelingit:

    pinkspotlight:

    the first step towards confidence is not being afraid to be ugly

    once you get over the fear of being unattractive and stop equating beauty with other good things in life (friends, love, happiness) it’s a lot easier to love yourself unconditionally

    your job is not to sit around and be pretty and easy on everyone else’s eyes

    your job is to do whatever the fuck you want and look however the fuck you want while doing it

    This is how I got confident

    (via fitanne)

     
  9. crossfit-cupcake:

    barbells-and-sirens:

    believemeyouareworthit:

    crossfit-cupcake:

    Imma be real with y’all, and this is just something that comes across my mind every now and then: It bugs me that we make excuses for wearing makeup to the gym. Like, “people come straight from work/school and don’t want to take the makeup off! give them a break!” Here’s me from five seconds ago. I put on my makeup this morning TO go to the gym. Granted it’s not much: a CVS concealer/foundation thingy and a quick line of eyeliner. But the gym is the most substantial part of my day. I spend 3 to 4 hours a day there, working my butt off, and training with my husband and a ton of my friends. I want to look cute (for myself obviously since I already landed my dream guy lmao.) and I will not make excuses for my choice to put on makeup😛

    Anyway, this is me, a couple hours after a brutal WOD full of hang power cleans, back squats taken from the floor, deadlifts, and burpees over the bar. No makeup touch-ups were done afterwards and I’m now going about my day looking reasonably cute if I say so myself, (despite messy hair). I sweated my butt off and I never stopped working, even at those points in the WOD when you’d rather just go lay down and die. (Maybe I’m just not a face-sweat-er?) But either way it shouldn’t matter. If you want to put on makeup when you’re going the gym, do it. Forget that stupid idiotic saying that you’re trying to impress guys, and screw feeling like you have to make an excuse. You don’t owe anyone anything. Putting on makeup does not diminish my ability (OR YOURS) to train hard and be badass. Yup that’s all I got, thanks💁😘😘😘

    This. So much of all this <3

    This is why i love this girl!!!!

    😍😍😍 love all you guys 😛❤️

     

  10. okay so i’ve been doing a lot of reading on plateaus (i’ve been at the same weight for about 2 and a half months now, despite exercising consistently and eating moderately well) and i think that i’ve realised that my problem is monotony in my exercises.

    i’ve fallen into the trap of getting comfortable with what i do at the gym; half an hour on the treadmill, half an hour on the weights. maybe its time i got a personal trainer? 

    i’ve really prided myself on the fact that i’ve gotten this far on my own, but you’ve just got to accept when you need help, AM I RITE?