171 healthy lunch ideas, that aren’t all sandwiches…. I need to use this..
string cheese chopped into bite size pieces, dipped in milk and bread crumbs, baked at 425 for 8-10 minutes- serve with marinara sauce! Delish!
I have fallen off the wagon…my no smoking wagon, that is. I quit January 10th of this year, and have been doing awesome. All it took was my boyfriend to leave behind a pack of cigs and I am right back at it. Not like before, but on several occasions this past week I have reached for one and lit up. Sure, it tastes like ass and I feel rotten after, but I still do it. Bummer. I’m disappointed in myself. I was proud of going 7 months. I just threw out what was left in the pack. Better to not have them here. Now I go back to the beginning and back to being smoke free. I feel so good not smoking, what was I thinking?! Does this make me weak or just human? Maybe a little of both 😔
I am a grown ass woman. I’m 35 and think at this age I should be beyond childish behavior and antics. Too bad some of my so-called friends don’t feel the same way. Over the past year, I have been putting more and more distance between a work colleague/friend. There is only so much trash talk I can listen to about the misfortunes of others, only so much silent treatment from imagined snubs, and so much self-created drama, all from someone approaching 50 years old. It’s toxic and draining, and my weary soul is tired of being tarnished by the meanness she spreads. People stayed away from me when I was friends with her because of her reputation as a bully and manipulator. She has gotten very self serving over the last year and while a part of me is sad to see a close to our friendship; I am also extremely relieved to have my own oxygen again. It was a little life sucking to be around her for any length of time lately. But she has clearly noticed my withdrawal as she now makes a point to ignore me and will not initiate any conversations. Too bad she has morphed into this petty juvenile, but I am comfortable enough with myself to let it go. At least one of us has grown up.
The secret to your favorite celebrity’s luminous look? Sometimes it’s a cult highlighter—and other times, it’s the asanas she’s practicing. We caught up with Mandy Ingber—the LA-based yoga instructor who works with Hollywood’s most beautiful actresses—to get her insider beauty and wellness tips. Read on to find out how to maintain that “post-yoga glow,” the healthy (and easy) grub to grab when you’re on-the-go, and the number one move to get arms like Jennifer Aniston.
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