My breakfast yesterday! Sam and I went out to eat and I tried the quinoa porridge. It was delicious and I am going to have to try and make it sometime. I am not usually a huge fan of quinoa but I just found my favourite way to eat it :). This was cooked in almond milk then it had cinnamon, apples, pears, and maple syrup on it. It also had vanilla yogurt on the side but I didn’t eat that part, I felt like it made it way to sweet.
I really love this quote. Good reminder :)
You don’t ever have to feel guilty about removing toxic people from your life. It doesn’t matter whether someone is a relative, romantic interest, employer, childhood friend, or a new acquaintance — you don’t have to make room for people who cause you pain or make you feel small. It’s one thing if a person owns up to their behavior and makes an effort to change. But if a person disregards your feelings, ignores your boundaries, and continues to treat you in a harmful way, they need to go.
sanwichsays asked: Saw your Raw Pad Thai post and your writing is very pretty! (if that is your writing).
Thank you, it is my writing :)
Some photos from today. It’s absolutely beautiful outside but I have a project due tomorrow that I have to finish so I haven’t been able to enjoy it :( Had some chlorophyll water and oatmeal for breakfast. Oatmeal had mashed banana, coconut oil, peanut butter cooked it with more banana, cinnamon, and maple syrup on top. Then for an afternoon snack I had some banana ice cream with pineapple, mint extract, and coconut milk and frozen raspberries on top. So delicious!
I didn’t realized spinach was only in-season for three months (starting this month) and kale is in-season all year!
WATERMELON SEASON IS ALMOST UPON US <3
For people’s reference.
Asparagus season is here <3
Ideally local, organic & seasonal
This is great, except eggplants are a nightshade vegetable and may actually contribute go the inflammation associated with arthritis.
I add raw nuts and seeds to pretty much everything! Remember to purchase raw, refrigerated nuts and seeds because the healthy fats in them go rancid at room temperate. This creates free radicals that cause inflammation in our bodies. Shelled or harder nuts (like almonds) are an exception, but should be stored in a cool, dry place and eaten within a few months.
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