coffee and coconut

life tips ??

1. coat your feet in coconut oil or cocoa butter and put your socks on while you sleep. Your feet will be sooooo smooth the next morning

2. shave your legs w a men’s razor because they have more blades so you will get a closer shave

3. after shaving lather up in coconut oil (this shit is even safe for yo vagina) 10/10 would recommend

4. whitening strips and treatments are hella expensive, diy version of this is brushing w baking soda and lemon juice (it doesn’t taste that bad)

5. peppermint tea helps sooo much with bloating (and tastes bomb with some honey)

6. adding ½ cup of apple cider vinegar to your bath helps to balance your bodies ph and is really good for vaginal health

7. coffee grounds + coconut oil makes a great exfoliater

8. put vaseline and/or coconut oil on your eyebrows before you go to bed makes them so easy to style if you’re about that bomb eyebrow lifestyle

9. drinking water is the #1 best thing for you; it clears skin, boosts metabolism, and is overall really healthy for your body (esp in the summer)

10. coconut oil is really good for your hair but it can make yo roots greasy, a little bit on the ends goes a long way

11. cranberry juice, yogurt, and water works wayy better than pineapple, but fruit in general will improve yo smell/taste down there

12. if you have a car, keep a change of clothes, chapstick, gum, condoms, makeup wipes, wispies (portable toothbrushes !!!), and some spare change

13. after shaving yo vagina ( if you choose to do so) use coconut oil to avoid irritation/itchiness

14. moisturize yo booty and boobs extra bc the only thing better boobs + booty is super smooth boobs + booty

15. tea tree oil can be super helpful for pimples plus it smells super good

16. if your inner thighs chafe in the summer, put deodorant there it helps so much

17. pee after sex/masturbation ( super important to avoid UTIs)

18. getting yo eyebrows threaded is so worth it

19. treat yo self



I realised it’s time to pick up my civics books and start studying for the final exam I have in a fortnight! Next week I have my finals in English and Finnish but I’m not stressing over them at all, as languages have always been a piece of cake for me.

Generally speaking, I’m actually prioritising the issue of what to bring with me as snacks! I mean 6 hours is a long time and I need some comfort food to make feel better if the exams end up being unexpectedly hard 🌞

Incense for the Theoi

I was inspired by this post to make a list of incense associated with each of the Theoi (major AND minor gods + goddesses)

This is not the official post, I’m hoping people will add their own by reblogging or messaging me, and adding any Theoi I missed! (Then I’ll compile it into a masterlist). 

  • Aesteria – vanilla
  • Amphitrite – ocean, orchid
  • Aphrodite – rose
  • Apollo – cinnamon, frankincense
  • Ares – dragon’s blood
  • Artemis – lavender, spruce
  • Athena – green tea
  • Boreas – rain
  • Circe – sage, bergamot
  • Cronus – orange,
  • Demeter – myrrh, honey almond
  • Dionysus – wine,
  • Eos -  jasmine, rain
  • Eris – peppermint
  • Eros – apple
  • Gaia – peach, oak
  • Hades – coffee, dragon’s blood
  • Hecate - violet
  • Helios – coconut,
  • Hephaestus – sandlewood, patchouli
  • Hera – jasmine, linen
  • Hermes – musk, sandalwood
  • Hestia – amber,
  • Hygeia – linen, rain
  • Hypnos – chamomile,
  • Iris – strawberry,
  • Khione – lemongrass
  • Morpheus – honeysuckle
  • Nike - sandlewood
  • Nyx – cedarwood
  • Pan – cedar, patchouli
  • Persephone – cherry/blossom
  • Poseidon – pine, ocean
  • Prometheus – mulberry
  • Psyche – wisteria, peppermint
  • Selene – gardenia
  • Zeus – sage
Babydoll Nymphet Tips💞

-Keep a journal and try to write everyday, about your day

- Keep your room clean and neat, if you are feeling kinda bummy the environment your in isn’t really helping if it is really messy

- Moisturize!!! Your skin needs it!!

-Also, Exfoliate! Try to exfoliate at least once a week. You don’t need to spend loads of $$ on it, you can make your own using Coffee Grounds, Brown Sugar, and Coconut Oil

- Keep your jewelry really simple, simple necklace, and ring(s). Stick with solid colors ( Gold, Rose Gold, Silver)

-Butterfly hair clips are super cute ( and give a 90s vibe if you’re into that) you can usually find them in Dollar stores or maybe Walmart/Target

-Put castor oil on your eyelashes, it’s helps them grow ( so you can bat your eyes at cute guy walkin down the street (; )

-Flower Clips are also adorable, Im not 100% sure on where to find them but i do know that you can diy them

-Eat lots of fruit and drink loads of water,, i can’t stress this enough your body needs it



An amusement park date with… JE O N CEN A
*trumpets dramatically weeping in the background*

- Admin YangKkoChi

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Creamy breakfast smoothie cups to give you energy for the day!

Gluten free | Vegan | Organic | Fructose-Free

Ingredients (makes 2)
1 cup of fair-trade cold brew coffee
1 cup of non-dairy milk (almond, hemp or coconut)
¼ cup of ground chia seeds
1 pinch of cinnamon
1 tbsp coconut butter
1 tsp of maca powder
1 tbsp toasted coconut flakes

1. Blend ingredients until smooth, the ground chia seeds should create a thick consistency, add more if required.
2. Serve and top with extra cinnamon & coconut flakes
3. Enjoy!

Some sugar scrub spells

Remember, you only need a very little bit (just a few drops at most) of any essential oils these may have. Mix them with your oil base before anything else so that it is properly diluted!!

Anything without a measurement is basically to preference

Self Love Scrub

- rose or hibiscus (whatever form. I like ground petals myself)

- vanilla extract

- 1-3 drops lavender oil

- 1/3 c. almond or coconut oil

- 2/3 c. brown sugar

As you use this, listen to that music that makes you feel like the hottest shit. You’re a fucking goddess and don’t you forget it!

Invisibility Sugar Scrub

- 2/3 c. white sugar

- 1/3 c. coconut oil

- poppy seed

- lemongrass

As you use this, visualize your intent to blend in and not be noticed. in your mind, imagine your light and as you scrub your skin, see it dimming so that it’s easily overlooked.

Happiness Sugar Scrub

- Bee balm or dandelion

- 1/3 c. cocoa butter

- 2/3 c. brown sugar

When you use this, listen to the music that makes you want to dance and cheers you up

Studying/Focus Sugar Scrub

- ginger

- peppermint oil

- 2/3 c. coffee grounds

- 1/3 c. coconut oil

When you use this scrub, think about what you’re needing to study for and visualize acing it.

Calming Sugar Scrub

- green tea bag (unused)

- 1/8 c. almond oil

- 1/8 c. cooled green tea

- mint

- ½ c. sugar

Listen to calming meditation music or white noise as you use this

some blended coffee (coconut mocha! i missed it so much!) and finishing up my second research poster draft before i send it to my mentor. i was having some problems with it, but we did a bit of peer review today and my poster is going along much better now. have good day!

Homemade Coconut Coffee Body Scrub

Scrubs are great when your skin is need of a little boost. Coffee is literally a reviver as it gets people up and moving. There’s tons of coffee scrubs out there since coffee beans are also known to also make your skin glow. Coffee grounds target cellulite , stretch marks, psoriasis, varicose veins, eczema, acne and scarring.

Coffee body scrubs are actually super easy to make. Although it may get a little messy, it’s definitely worth it as it smooths out lumps and bumps, as well as moisturizes and tones your skin.

Here’s how you can make your own coconut coffee body scrub!

What you’ll need:

½ cup ground coffee
½ cup coconut oil
¼ cup coconut palm sugar
1 tsp ground cinnamon

How to make it:

1. Mix all of the ingredients together until well-combined. If your coconut oil is solid, gently heat it until it melts, but wait for it to go back to room temperature before adding the other ingredients. This is to ensure that your exfoliants don’t dissolve in the oil!
2. Once mixed, store your scrub in an air-tight container.
3. Enjoy!

SOURCE: Free People

Keto/Dairy free food list

Fats and Oils

  • Avocados
  • Eggs (fried, deviled, boiled, poached, scrambled, etc.) *try to get cage free/free range
  • Butter/Ghee (some dairy free people can handle this)
  • Coconut Butter
  • Cocoa Butter
  • Olive Oil
  • Coconut Oil
  • Avocado Oil
  • Macadamia Oil
  • MCT Oil


  • Fish (catfish, cod, flounder, halibut, mackerel, mani-mahi, salmon, snapper, trout, and tuna) 
  • Shellfish (clams, oysters, lobster, crab, scallops, mussels, squid)
  • Beef (Ground beef, steak, roasts, and stew meat) Stick with fattier cuts where possible aka eat as much RIBEYE as possible lol
  • Pork (Ground pork, pork loin, pork chops, tenderloin, and ham)
  • Poultry (Chicken, duck, turkey)
  • Other Meat (Veal, Goat, Lamb)
  • Bacon and Sausage!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

Fruits and Veggies

  • tomato
  • eggplant
  • peppers.
  • onion
  • parsnip
  • garlic
  • mushrooms
  • squash.
  • raspberries
  • blackberries
  • blueberries.
  • lemon
  • lime
  • cabbage
  • cauliflower
  • broccoli
  • spinach
  • kale
  • romaine lettuce
  • green bell pepper
  • green beans  

Nuts and seeds

  • macadamia nuts
  • brazil nuts
  • pecans
  • almonds
  • hazelnuts


  • Water
  • Broth ( Loaded with vitamins and nutrients. More importantly, it will kickstart your energy by replenishing your electrolytes)
  • Coffee 
  • Tea (black or green)
  • Coconut/Almond milk. You can use the unsweetened versions in the carton from the store to replace your favorite dairy beverage.
  • Flavoring. The small packets that are flavored with sucralose or stevia are fine. You can alternatively add a squeeze of lemon, lime, or orange to your water bottle.
  • Alcohol. Choose hard liquor

Condiments and Sauces

  • Ketchup (choose low, or no sugar added)
  • Mustard
  • Hot Sauce
  • Mayonnaise (choose cage-free and avocado oil where possible)
  • Sauerkraut (choose low, or no sugar added)
  • Relish (choose low, or no sugar added)
  • Horseradish
  • Worcestershire Sauce
  • Salad Dressings (choose fattier dressings like ranch, caesar, and unsweetened vinaigrettes)


  • Stevia. One of the most common sugar substitutions used on the market today. Incredibly sweet with no glycemic impact. The liquid form is preferred.
  • Sucralose. A very easy, but very sweet substitution to sugar that has a lot of misinformation around it. Many people confuse this with Splenda, but sucralose is the pure sweetener. Liquid versions are preferred.
  • Erythritol. This is a great sugar substitution that has 0 glycemic impact. It’s special because it passes through our bodies undigested, and is excreted without absorbing the carbs.
  • Monk fruit. This is a less common sweetener and usually used in combination with others. While somewhat rare, if you can find it, it makes a great balanced sweetener.
  • Various blends. There are numerous brands on the market that combine these sweeteners in their ratios. Be careful and read the ingredients.

17/100 days of productivity ▪️ 12/10/2017

-a day in the life #2

🍁 woke up around 7:40 and it was the perfect gloomy weather
🍁 for breakfast I had a big cup of black coffee and a coconut yogurt, melon and granola bowl. I made granola for the first time this sunday and it’s so good I’ve been using it all the time
🍁 went to the library. I have a study calendar on my bullet journal to keep me organized
🍁 the sun was shining and I took a study break to eat a banana
🍁 had fusilli pasta with vegetables and red beans in tomato sauce for lunch
🍁 went back to the library to study civil law. I made overnight oats yesterday so I had that for a mid-afternoon snack while at the library
🍁 since I spent most of the day indoors, I decided to go outside with a friend for a run
🍁 had dinner at a local burger place with my boyfriend. I had a tofu and mushroom burger (with carob bread) and a side of potato chips
🍁 went to see a movie. Yes the cinema popcorn is full of sugar, but I think I can live with that. Went to bed at half past midnight.

Keto Recipe Master List

Here is an organized list of of the recipes I have posted on my blog, for easy finding of things. I will also be putting a link to this post in my sidebar for ease of use.

*asterisk next to a recipe indicates that it comes from an outside source and, therefore, may not provide you with nutrition information or net carbs.


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