How To Master Overnight Oats & Chia Bowls
"I love grab-n-go breakfasts. But I also love a cozy, nutrition-filled grain bowl in the morning. Overnight Oats has all the convenience you need on a busy morning, plus all that homestyle, "real meal" goodness you crave.
How is this amazingness done? Well, all the magic happens while you are fast asleep in bed. Overnight Oats + Chia Bowls (made however you like them!) awaiting you at sunrise.
Here is one of my fave energizing “mocha bowl” recipes and a few how-to tips to get you started!.”
Via Lunch Box Bunch
You are so strong love!! I’m so glad I could be of any help to you, but you have all of this strength on your own. Thank yourself for getting you through these tough times, but I am here for you if you ever need me. Just a click away <3
Squats, front lunges, side lunges, curtsy lunges, good mornings, deadlifts, step ups, side step ups, split squat, leg extenstions, burpees, thrusters, jump squats, box jumps, single leg squat, etc.
I’m not sure if I’ve posted this or not but these are my June challenges!
2012: you think an eating disorder will make you thin and happy? Think again. It doesn’t. It makes you bloated 24/7, miserable, and - in my case - gain weight. I gained fat and lost muscles. I aimed for 500cals a day which is obviously way too little. Most days I would end up binging on 2000cals in less than half an hour. Trying to make up for it just made me more miserable.
2013: I started therapy. Me and my therapist created a meal plan and I realized that I had to eat 2000cals a day to MAINTAIN my weight. This was hard. 2000 calories without binging? I tried my hardest but at the end of the day I had consumed around 1500 calories. I lost weight. I started to get into strentgh training.
2014: 2000 calories a day isn’t a challenge anymore. I’m healthy and I love weight lifting. I love my body and I’m so happy I chose to recover. I don’t need therapy anymore, I can do this on my own now!
sorry for the “November/Dezember” in pic 1, I just couldn’t find it without the text :c
One glass is totally fine. Some research has shown that one glass of red wine a night is actually beneficial for you.
Over the past week, I got asked by Sense About Science, a UK-based charitable organisation dedicated to preventing scientific misinformation, to make some graphics for their new, free guide, “Making Sense of Chemical Stories”. In it, they attempt to dispel some of the common misconceptions about chemicals. These are the two graphics I made to support the guide’s content.
You can read more about the graphics here.
You can view & download Sense About Science’s excellent guide right here.
I love educational posters like this.
EVERYTHING IS CHEMICALS.
Of course you can hun!
I don’t usually Instagram my food or drinks, but when I do it’s because I’m being delightfully British. 😊🇬🇧
SUBMIT YOUR PHOTOS!! LET’S FLOOD THE INTERNET WITH BODY POSITIVITY!! #stophatingyourbody #shyb
Pics like this make me not want to eat…..damnit
When I took this picture, I was eating 2,000+ calories a day. EAT.