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nineteen. not interested. adores the color yellow. hand holder. gives the best hugs. a chatter box. tells terrible jokes. thinks she’s funny. heathers enthusiast. rex orange county lover. the sweetest person you’ll ever meet. smells like vanilla and cigarettes. adores her friends. would like more pals, so say hey for a dm!
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Comente nesta foto:
1. Receitas lowcarb mais simples, para o dia a dia (na correria que vivemos).
2. Receitas lowcarb mais sofisticadas para sair da rotina e para ocasiões especiais.
3. Dicas de culinária, tais como, temperos, cortes de carne, utensílios, etc.
Lembrando que rola um pouco de tudo sempre! Mas quero saber a preferência de vocês para focar no conteúdo que os seguidores mais fiquem contentes.
Long post ahead but necessary to celebrate my personal #win for the day. 😛👑
In the past, if it was sports bra weather during practice, I’d only take my shirt off if I knew for sure I could see my abs. Lots of time I would limit my intake if I knew I’d be running in my sports bra later. If I felt bloated or the opposite, I left the shirt on. Today, after indulging in amazing foods yesterday & having a big salad for lunch today which usually makes me bloat, I decided to still run in my sports bra. When I took my shirt off, I felt as though everyone was thinking how much weight I’ve gained since last time I wore a sports bra and that I don’t have abs anymore. This time though... I kept my shirt off. It bugged me throughout the run, but I blocked out that ED voice. It’s normal for bodies to fluctuate throughout the day. It’s normal for bodies to fluctuate after certain foods as well. Additionally, who cares about abs? I’m fit as fuxk,strong as fuxk, and healthy as fuxk. I listen to my body, my cravings, etc. I have a much healthier relationship with food, and I continue to improve especially by challenging ED as I did today.
A new rule of mine: for every time I shit on myself and/or my body, I gotta five myself two put ups. So today, I loved how my legs & booty looked in my pants I wore...and my arms felt so strong (these put ups don’t need to be body related; but mine are today). 💪🏽
I’m so lucky to have amazing ladies like @fleshmanflyer & @kiefferallie to communicate the same sort of message. Body positivity all the effing way!!💃🏽💪🏽
El costo de la tranquilidad:
1. No rodearte de personas tóxicas.
2. Trabajar en lo que quieres.
3. Tener la pareja que admiras, no la que te aguantas.
4. Entender que cada cosa que pasa en tu vida te está enseñando algo para crecer.
5. Ser feliz por ti
Todas relacionadas con el ser, estar y tener. Cuál agregarían?
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Ask host Natacha how she ended up in Caraíva and she'll tell you a story about her dream of growing old by the sea, eating fried shrimp, and drinking something cold within earshot of waves lapping off shore. When she first visited Caraíva, Brazil–– a remote fishing village on the southern end of Brazil's Bahian coastline–– she saw that dream in real life. And in the decade since, she bought land, built her home, and then became a host.
Stay with her and she'll recommend the best places to find those dreamy fried shrimp, and maybe some traditional Bahian cuisine like moqueca, fish stew served in a clay pot. For that, head to Boteco do Para where the owner has his own fishing boat (so you know that moqueca is fresh!) and boasts a renowned spot to watch sunset.
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