change-life

Vegan Films Masterpost

Nutrition 

  1. Forks Over Knives
  2. Vegucated
  3. Simply Raw: Reversing Diabetes in 30 Days
  4. Hungry for Change
  5. Average Joe on the Raw
  6. Fat Sick and Nearly Dead
  7. King Corn
  8. Food, Inc. 
  9. The Processed People
  10. Sweet Misery: A Poisoned World
  11. Making the Connection Series: Nutrition, FoodFitness 
  12. Fresh
  13. Forks Over Knives Presents: The Engine 2 Kitchen Rescue
  14. Food Fight
  15. Food Matters
  16. May I be Frank
  17. Fast Food Nation
  18. Super Size Me
  19. The Beautiful Truth

Animal Industry

  1. Meet Your Meat
  2. Earthlings
  3. A Cow at My Table
  4. Making the Connection Series: Ethics
  5. I Am an Animal
  6. Speciesism

 The Environment

  1. The Secret Life of Plants
  2. Flow
  3. Making the Connection Series: Environment, Global Food Security, Farming
  4. Queen of the Sun
  5. Fresh
  6. The Cove

Non-Documentary

  1. Year of the Dog
  2. Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead
  3. Babe
  4. Chicken Run

 

  • What she says:I'm fine
  • What she means:how is Brendon Boyd Urie of the U.S. poppunk band Panic! At the disco so talented? HOW is his vocal range that big? How is one man able to produce a voice that amazing? He truly does have the voice of an angel. Have you heard panic!s cover of bohemian rhapsody? Because it is beauty in its purest form. How is he able to perform "this is gospel" live without running out of breath? How come on top of having one of the best voices of our time, he can also play approximately 8 instruments well and is an amazing lyricist? What did I do to become so blessed that I get to witness this beautiful mans talent? Does he know how truly talented he is? Do people tell him enough? Because he deserves every ounce of praise he gets.

anonymous asked:

I'm an INTJ who really likes art and everything to do with it and it really annoys me that INTJs are stereotyped as being uninterested or uninvolved with art. Why are INTJs stereotyped this way?

Because ISFPs are The Artists of MBTI, so people think all artists are ISFPs just because of the label. By which logic ESTPs are the doers, so no one else really does things, and INTPs are the thinkers, and really no one but them has ever had a thought. Makes complete sense to me.

Besides, INTJs are stereotypically all evil anyway. Evil people don’t like art.

MBTI stereotypes are stupid basically. Even people who have an understanding of the functions are sometimes so quick to fall into this generalized behavior assumptions, forgetting A) that Ni can be a very creative function, as can any perceiving function and B) that some personality characteristics aren’t accounted for in the basic MBTI theory. Creativity is one of these traits, as are maturity and kindness. These are things you can’t associate with one type because everyone has the potential for them. Talents/Interests also have nothing to do with MBTI. Some are more common in certain types, but correlation does not equal causation.

Don’t mind what these people say; their words neither invalidates your type nor your interests.

Wait. I haven’t said this yet.
Today it’s been nine months since Taylor welcome my mom and I and 89 other fans, some of which became very good friends, into her Rhode Island home. It was a rather rainy day but that only made it more perfect and special. And now nine months later, it’s 4th of July and Taylor is spending some quality time with some of the most important friends in her life at that same exact house when nine months ago it was a secret session she was most excited for (woooo go New England). Taylor, I truly will never be able to thank you enough for that whole experience, the friendships made, the time you stood listening to me talk like a friend, and most importantly, thank you for those rocking cookies. Thank you for everything, Taylor. Happy nine months since the Rhode Island Secret Session. I love you.

9

Last week, fitfriendruns and I packed up for what we hope is the last time in a while and moved to Vancouver. 

We wanted to be near mountains and water. We wanted to slow down and live a less chaotic lifestyle. We wanted to run year round without worrying about black ice and knee deep snow. 

It’s still early days, but every morning, I catch a glimpse of the mountains in the background and I feel an odd sense of peace. We haven’t found jobs or an apartment yet, but so far I feel like this is where I’m meant to be right now. I wake up happy and hopeful, and I know we haven’t been here long enough to really *know* if this is the right place for us, but I have a really good feeling about it. 

We were lucky enough to fly over during a major race weekend so we had some of our Toronto friends to hang out with for a few days. We ran, we raced (in the heat wave!), did the Grouse Grind, ate gelato and explored Granville Island. Now Mike and I are in “save” mode and are back to eating all meals at home and job hunting / working on our start ups (no, we’ll never give up). Perhaps it’s naive of me, but I just know everything is going to work out and we’ll end up exactly where we need to be.