how to make kiwi into a snack

Todays meal plan, Yoga and Things I’ve learnt this month!

Woke up bright and early - (8 am, not so early and not so bright in UK)

but hey! It’s the state of the mind that counts.

 Breakfast - 2 bananas, 3 tablespoons of ready oats, 2 tablespoons of chocolate protein shake, 1 tablespoon of sugar-free peanut butter, cup of skimmed milk (blend, blend, blend)

Lunch - Mashed avocado, boiled egg, can of tuna in spring water and lots of greens!

Snack - Kiwi, strawberries/whatever fruit i can find/ blend blend blend

Dinner - Polenta, cheese and carrots!

Snack 2 - Pecan nuts/Pistachios/ any nuts

YOGA WITH ADRIENE

https://youtu.be/a83LhW_CX4g

I’m currently doing Adriene’s 30 day Yoga Challenge - and I am in love. As someone who’s been a “gym addict” for some time now, I didn’t expect to fall in love with yoga. Amazing core - this way comes!

Motivation is the key

- Water is your new best friend

- “When you finish your meal, how does that make you feel?”

Think hard - maybe tired or even guilty - OR

Happy, full of energy, ready to conquer the world? - Then eat some more!

STAY STRONG< LOVE LIFE>

dreamybabesx  asked:

Hey! It's my birthday soon, aaaannnd i, want to make a harry styles theme party! But i don't have any ideas like what kinds of snacks should i buy? Or how are the decorations gonna look like? I NEEED HELP HAHA. i just need everything based on harry.

For decorations I’d go with black, pink, and gold. Clean and classic. I’d definitely serve tequila, if you’re of age of course! Snacks, I’d go with some Finding Dory cookies, Haribo Gummy Bears, Cadbury Creme Eggs, Kiwis, kale chips, chewing gum, Branston pickle, Oreos and…maybe some froyo for dessert?

Fic: Naming and Knowing

Kurt and Blaine learn that grocery shopping and baby naming shouldn’t be done on an empty stomach. PG-13. Read on AO3 here. Fits into the same ‘verse as Zig and Zag but can be read on its own. 

The fruits and vegetables section of the grocery store makes Kurt and Blaine sentimental now. With a fetal development chart that compares their baby’s size to produce and nothing else to call her, Kurt and Blaine settle on using affectionately fruity nicknames. She’s grown from Poppy Seed to Sweet Pea to Blueberry and beyond. This week she’s Rutabaga. On a carefully planned pre-show afternoon with a brief window for chores and enjoying each other’s company, Kurt and Blaine cause a scene at the grocery store by crouching down to admire how tiny and adorable the grapes are. Blaine lovingly strokes a peach. Kurt cradles a watermelon to see how it feels. 

“How do you feel about Kiwi?” Blaine asks. 

“To eat or name our child?” The options Kurt lays out speak to how well they know each other. 

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