chocolate tortillas

hi im stressed out about grades so im going to list some of my favorite things to relax

-seeing pictures of pride parades/traditions in other countries

-girls 

-ball pythons 

-chocolate chip pancakes

-corn tortillas

-my boy

-classic tabby cats

-mikes hard strawberry lemonade

In love with

Ok, markwatneyandensemble  tagged me, so here we go. thanks! 

one song: right now, Alive by Pearl Jam. But I can’t choose one, all by Queen
two movies: Yesterday’s children, a wonderful movie based on real events. is so beautiful I don’t know where to start, I feel very connected to it. And Jane Seymour totally nails it. Also I Origins by Mike Cahill. I believe in reincarnation, as you can see. 
three series: The X Files, Outlander, Vikings
four people: Freddie Mercury, Vincent van Gogh, David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson (because Mulder and Scully aren’t real, right?) 
five foods: hot chocolate, pizza, tortilla de patata (from Spain hehe), natural yoghurt with good honey and blueberries, stew with fish, vegetables and potatos (recharges your batteries any time). Is tea a food?

I’ll only tag @baronessblixen and @frangipanidownunder , if ou wanna do it, no pressure. Anybody else who wants to play just do it ;)

I was tagged by @cupnoodle-queen! (It won’t let me tag you properly :(  ) 

MUNday Facts (shh I know it’s not Monday anymore but work was busy yesterday):


Name:
 Pon!

Favorite drink: Hmmmm. Probably a chocolate malt.

Favorite Snack: Tortilla chips. My one friend calls me the Tortilla Queen.

Favorite meal: UH. THESE ARE SO HARD. I guess the homemade mac n cheese my mom makes. I don’t tend to like other “homemade” mac n cheeses, though, so I guess I am picky.

Favourite memory: Last year for vacation, my s/o and I went on a hiking trip in Maine. We hiked up to the top of a cliff in the middle of the night to see a meteor shower. My s/o and I snuggled up on a blanket on the rocks and watched the meteors/looked at the stars.

Favorite tv show: I don’t particularly have a FAVORITE, but I’ll rec you an anime I just watched instead. It’s called “Erased” ( 僕だけがいない街) in Japanese. It’s got some interesting time hopping shenanigans that I really enjoyed. 

Favourite tumblr blog: I don’t know??????? Like… AHHHH. There are so many good ones and it feels super rude to me to choose a favorite and also I am indecisive and just aHHhhhhhhhhhhhh. No.

One random fact about you: I feel like I am very boring so idk what to put here. I wanted to be an author as a kid. The thought of being self employed scares the crap out of me, though, due to all the Adulting that would need to go into it.

One random fact about your day: I’m going to go see Guardians of the Galaxy volume 2 tonight! Baby Groot time!!!!!!!!!!

One random fact about your job/school: I work an intro level job that I do not enjoy but my actual interests aren’t really “marketable” to capitalism so I feel kind of stuck in this job.

One random fact about your favorite tv show: Uhhh I still don’t have a favorite show. I guess I will give you that I used to have a big crush on David Tennant back when he was the 10th Doctor from Doctor Who as a “fact”.

What is one thing you would sell your soul for: More self-confidence, I guess. I always second guess and talk myself out of pretty much everything.

If you could only have one outfit for the rest of your life, what would it be: Tee-shirt and a sweater jacket and jeans. I don’t like fussy outfits. Just let me wear pants.

What was the last song that got stuck in your head:

“SEAGULLS! (Stop It Now)” – A Bad Lip Reading of The Empire Strikes Back. Go watch it on youtube if you are a Star Wars fan and haven’t seen it.

Zombie Apocalypse. What is your weapon of choice: White magic. I could use it to kill zombies AND heal people. Double wammy!

Did you have a baby blanket? Do you still have it: No, I didn’t have one, but I did have a stuffed bunny that I slept with instead. I still have him.

What is your favourite Halloween costume you’ve ever worn: Can costumes from costume parties count instead? If so, the Tali’Zorah costume I pulled off for my one friend’s costume party earlier this year really made me happy. Plus, now I have a Tali hoodie that I can wear whenever.

Beach or Water Park: Beach I guess, but I burn easily, especially from light reflecting off water, so I’d prefer neither.

Name a song that you dislike: I hated when “Get Low“ would play at dances when I was in middle school/high school, but I was a giant prude back then and the song made me uncomfortable. I don’t know that I actively dislike any specific song now, though.

What do you think is your spirit animal: 

Pusheen. My one friend calls me “Ponsheen” sometimes because I am pretty much Pusheen.

Originally posted by sadpathogen

What is the most played song on your MP3/MP4: I don’t really use an mp3/4 player? I mostly listen to classical music radio when I listen to things so I can focus? I don’t know; I have very weird and boring musical habits.

Who hasn’t been tagged? @louisvuittontrashbags, @diabolik-trash-heap, @hypaalicious? @achroniclerofsilence, @wrathwritesthings?, @swabin10 maybe?. @foxgloveinspace. Other people?????? idk I am having major allergy problems today and can barely think straight. 

This is one of my favourite creepypastas, and because I can’t find any version of it that wouldn’t be impossible to read on this format, I’ve transcribed it directly from the screencap I have of it.

Story originally appeared on /x/ on October 10, 2013, and was written by a user known only as hawkeye !!ASKzWwNPKxw. Accompanying photograph was taken by me and isn’t associated with the piece in its original form. Aside from grammatical corrections and a quote from the author from a reply to another user at the end, the story appears exactly how it does in the original image.

It’s long, but well worth the read, and has stuck with me ever since I first saw it. For those of you that have experienced something like this, it’ll hit even harder.

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Human Nature

So, first let me describe how I’ve spent the last three summers.

>Live in Ohio
>Be camp counselor at INNAWOODS camps in hocking hills region of southern Ohio
>Clear creek valley is one of the most biodiverse areas in the entire world. (Not kidding. More than some rainforests)
>Nearest civilization is town of Rockbridge (TINY) many miles away.
>Everyone lives in cabins with no air conditioning, power, or lights
>I’m assigned to the older boys, because I’m better with the bushcraft
>Teach then bataonning, fire building, debris huts, edible plants, the works.
>One night every week, we camp out, use the skills, and sleep under the stars
>Every week, each cabin has to do a “Camp Improvement Project” (chores)
>Little kids pull weeds on what few (unpaved, barely maintained) paths we have
>Big kids (14-17) use saws, rakes, and shovels to clear out new campsites, or refurbish old ones
>There’s always been a rivalry between the older boys and girls, especially among the counselors

Keep reading

anonymous asked:

Quesadilla implies there's cheese. You might want to rename your peanutbutter banana chocolate things in tortillas as wedges or something that doesn't imply cheese when there's no cheese.

It’s not my recipe, it’s not my place to rename them, I don’t think it’s a big deal, and I don’t take instructions from anonymous internet users anyway.

anonymous asked:

how do i cut out the unhealthy foods in my life? i told myself i would eat healthy today and i started off really great and then it all fell apart and i had a bunch of nutella and caramel corn

I get this question a lot. Whether you like to snack after dinner, can’t stop yourself reaching for the biscuits at work, or just love a soda with your food - you are not alone.

Many people advise that if you are tempted by something, don’t have it in the house, but what if you’re not in control of what’s in the house?

It’s all about discipline. You need to decide what you want, the short term or long term satisfaction. That drive has to come from you.

Some tips to help you get there: try to picture food as what it can do for you, what nutrients it can provide you, and how you will feel afterwards. If you associate chocolate with 45g of saturated fat per 100g, and with how you feel afterwards, then you might feel stronger in turning it down.

You can also fill up on what you have for dinner to avoid late night snacking. Fruit and vegetables take up more space per calorie than meat or carbs.

This brings me to other things you can have instead of chocolate/ice cream/doughnuts/soda if you simply must have something. Fresh fruit like a banana or some strawberries. Dried fruit like apricots and dates. Small amounts of nuts like pistachios and cashews. Skinny popcorn is great too.

Healthy Treat Recipes:

Try switching to these healthy treats first and then gradually weening yourself completely off eating when you’re not hungry. If you know you’re just craving food because you’re bored then try herbal tea instead, there are so many flavours to choose from, it fills you up with liquid, and it gives you something to do with your hands while you’re watching TV or whatever.

anonymous asked:

I'm having a hard time losing weight. I haven't done it before so the process is hard to me. Especially the diet part since I like sugar. Do you think I should see a nutritionist?

It sounds like you already know what you need to cut down on, your problem is translating that knowledge into actions.

Click here to learn about clean eating and what that consists of.

Read on for help on resisting cravings:

Whether you like to snack after dinner, can’t stop yourself reaching for the biscuits at work, or just love a soda with your food - you are not alone.

Many people advise that if you are tempted by something, don’t have it in the house, but what if you’re not in control of what’s in the house?

It’s all about discipline. You need to decide what you want, the short term or long term satisfaction. That drive has to come from you.

Some tips to help you get there: try to picture food as what it can do for you, what nutrients it can provide you, and how you will feel afterwards. If you associate chocolate with 45g of saturated fat per 100g, and with how you feel afterwards, then you might feel stronger in turning it down.

You can also fill up on what you have for dinner to avoid late night snacking. Fruit and vegetables take up more space per calorie than meat or carbs.

This brings me to other things you can have instead of chocolate/ice cream/doughnuts/soda if you simply must have something. Fresh fruit like a banana or some strawberries. Dried fruit like apricots and dates. Small amounts of nuts like pistachios and cashews. Skinny popcorn is great too.

Healthy Treat Recipes:

Try switching to these healthy treats first and then gradually weening yourself completely off eating when you’re not hungry. If you know you’re just craving food because you’re bored then try herbal tea instead, there are so many flavours to choose from, it fills you up with liquid, and it gives you something to do with your hands while you’re watching TV or whatever.

 

anonymous asked:

I keep binging on ice cream and sweets. I'm on a diet and I usually start the day good but after lunch I just crave the ice cream and I don't know how to stop. Help?

Whether you like to snack after dinner, can’t stop yourself reaching for the biscuits at work, or just love a soda with your food - you are not alone.

Many people advise that if you are tempted by something, don’t have it in the house, but what if you’re not in control of what’s in the house?

It’s all about discipline. You need to decide what you want, the short term or long term satisfaction. That drive has to come from you.

Some tips to help you get there: try to picture food as what it can do for you, what nutrients it can provide you, and how you will feel afterwards. If you associate chocolate with 45g of saturated fat per 100g, and with how you feel afterwards, then you might feel stronger in turning it down.

You can also fill up on what you have for dinner to avoid late night snacking. Fruit and vegetables take up more space per calorie than meat or carbs.

This brings me to other things you can have instead of chocolate/ice cream/doughnuts/soda if you simply must have something. Fresh fruit like a banana or some strawberries. Dried fruit like apricots and dates. Small amounts of nuts like pistachios and cashews. Skinny popcorn is great too.

Fruit Treat Recipes:

Other Healthy Treat Recipes:

Try switching to these healthy treats first and then gradually weening yourself completely off eating when you’re not hungry. If you know you’re just craving food because you’re bored then try herbal tea instead, there are so many flavours to choose from, it fills you up with liquid, and it gives you something to do with your hands while you’re watching TV or whatever.

anonymous asked:

Hi! Today was my rest day, and I ate SO HORRIBLE. I know it's only one day, and I realize one day doesn't make a difference and it's ok, but how can I avoid this for tomorrow so I can get back on track? Thank you so much ! xx

A question I often find in my ask box is “How do I resist cravings?”

Whether you like to snack after dinner, can’t stop yourself reaching for the biscuits at work, or just love a soda with your food - you are not alone.

Many people advise that if you are tempted by something, don’t have it in the house, but what if you’re not in control of what’s in the house?

It’s all about discipline. You need to decide what you want, the short term or long term satisfaction. That drive has to come from you.

Some tips to help you get there: try to picture food as what it can do for you, what nutrients it can provide you, and how you will feel afterwards. If you associate chocolate with 45g of saturated fat per 100g, and with how you feel afterwards, then you might feel stronger in turning it down.

You can also fill up on what you have for dinner to avoid late night snacking. Fruit and vegetables take up more space per calorie than meat or carbs.

This brings me to other things you can have instead of chocolate/ice cream/doughnuts/soda if you simply must have something. Fresh fruit like a banana or some strawberries. Dried fruit like apricots and dates. Small amounts of nuts like pistachios and cashews. Skinny popcorn is great too.

Fruit Treat Recipes:

Other Healthy Treat Recipes:

Try switching to these healthy treats first and then gradually weening yourself completely off eating when you’re not hungry. If you know you’re just craving food because you’re bored then try herbal tea instead, there are so many flavours to choose from, it fills you up with liquid, and it gives you something to do with your hands while you’re watching TV or whatever.

anonymous asked:

Hey umm I was wondering if yu can help me! I have been trying to loose weight for a while and it's a slow progress and I don't mind that it is but lately I have been off it I feel like I have hit a brick wall and idiot what to do! All I do is eat and eat and eat even when I don't feel like it! Help?

It’s all about discipline. You need to decide what you want, the short term or long term satisfaction. That drive has to come from you.

Some tips to help you get there: try to picture food as what it can do for you, what nutrients it can provide you, and how you will feel afterwards. If you associate chocolate with 45g of saturated fat per 100g, and with how you feel afterwards, then you might feel stronger in turning it down.

You can also fill up on what you have for dinner to avoid late night snacking. Fruit and vegetables take up more space per calorie than meat or carbs.

This brings me to other things you can have instead of chocolate/ice cream/doughnuts/soda when you’re craving sugar. Fresh fruit like a banana or some strawberries. Dried fruit like apricots and dates. Skinny popcorn is great too.

Healthy Treat Recipes:

Try switching to these healthy treats first and then gradually weening yourself completely off eating when you’re not hungry. If you know you’re just craving food because you’re bored then try herbal tea instead, there are so many flavours to choose from, it fills you up with liquid, and it gives you something to do with your hands while you’re watching TV or whatever.