Day 7: Peepster’s Solar Burst Juice 🍊🍊🍊🍊 this lovely mango orange yellow squash goodness and refreshing ^_^ 7 days so far and I feel great! 113 more days to go! >_< that’s a very long time 😌😌😌 but I can do it!!! 💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾😝😎 the first thing I want is raw vegan pesto zoodles!!!

spinach and berry-orange nice cream for lunch 🌀🌀🌀 make the berry-orange nice cream first (since the spinach is more melty). You’ll need 7 bananas total for both flavors (super spotty of course) peeled, frozen overnight then thawed for 10 mins. and chopped. Blend 3 bananas with segments from 2 oranges and 2 cups frozen berries. Divide and scoop into two bowls (or one large bowl!) and place in freezer to chill while you make the spinach nice cream. Rinse out canister quickly and blend 4 bananas with a large handful of spinach. Then scoop this into both bowls and swirl. Enjoy!! 😘 #vegan #raw #rawtil4 #rawvegan #nicecream #nondairy #veganicecream #spinach #berries #hclf #highcarb #highcarblowfat #801010 #ctfu #carbthefuckup #plantbased

one of my favourite high carb snacks is fruit (eg apples and bananas) with organic coconut sugar, it’s absolutely delicious. Do you love coconut sugar? ✿

COCONUT SUGAR is similar to raw or brown sugar, only so much better! Coconut palm sugar is crystallised nectar of the tropical coconut palm tree blossom (that’s a mouthful). Boasting a naturally low Glycemic Index (GI 35) it is nearly half that of cane sugar (GI 68) and even lower than honey (GI 55) and agave (GI 42). Coconut Sugar has a nutritional content richer than possibly all(!!) commercially available sweeteners - with protein (12 amino acids), potassium, magnesium, phosphorous, zinc and iron + is unbleached and totally preservative free! It’s a sugar which is nutritionally dense and tastes sensational.

The coconut sugar palm is know as the “Tree of Life” - this species (different to the Palm Oil tree) grows in wildlife abundant ecosystems and can produce over 100 types of products from which farmers can earn a profitable, sustainable living! Producing 50-75% more(!) sugar per acre than cane sugar, no wonder coconut sugar is considered one of the most sustainable treats in the entire world!

strawberry nice cream after my run! 🍓🍓🍓Let 5 bananas get super ripe and spotty, peel and freeze overnight. Let thaw for 10 minutes then chop into small pieces and blend with a handful of strawberries. Fold in sliced strawberries 🍓🍓🍓 Enjoy!! 😘💕✌️#vegan #nicecream #nondairy #veganicecream #bananaicecream #raw #rawtil4 #rawvegan #hclf #highcarb #highcarblowfat #carbs #carbthefuckup #strawberry #strawberries #bananas #fruit #fruitarian #801010 #veganrunner


26/05/15 // Organisation o'clock

Oh yes, hello, I LOVE MY BULLET JOURNAL! I’m having so much fun making it all pretty and colourful (but not too much, I don’t want it to be overwhelming!). I love my new stationary/paper set from kikki-k - so cute! Plus a whole lot more stickers, tags, postcards etc that I’ve collected over the years. Safe to say, I haven’t done much study today, but this has just been far too enjoyable ha (does that make me mega weird?). I LIKE BEING ORGANISED OKAY.

So far I’ve got:

≫ a cover/title page with symbol and colour keys.

≫ a 2015 yearly overview (well, June to December anyway!).

≫ a page for my yearly goals that I set back in January.

≫ my monthly layout for June with basic info such as days I’m working, or if I’m going away for a weekend etc. I’d probably also put birthdays here too! (Birthdays will also go in my yearly view once I get around to it).

≫ a little section for things I’d like to set my focus on in June - fitness, health, study, organisation etc.

≫ aaand my first few days in June! I’m allocating half a page to each day, with little bottles to colour in to show how much water I’ve drunk (each bottle represents one liter). There won’t be much happening in June as its uni break, but I’m sure I can fill it in somehow!

≫ I’m also in the process of making a little grid chart to track my ‘healthy habits’, such as my physio for shoulders and back, and daily supplements/vitamins. At the end of each month I’ll have a page with one of those attached, plus a little reflection of the month.

What else do you think I should include in my bullet journal? What’s worked for YOU?