They’ll have to pry it off of me. Or hope I can’t fit it anymore. Thats my twin pregnant as ever pictured with me!
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Who says I am thirty years young?…. *Cough Cough* well, for starters my mom, the government. But you know who to say. Bae thinks I have been seven years old this entire time we have been dating. Heck I’d be fourteen if you just counted the birthdays we’ve had together.
Anyway, all that to say. I am a child in the eyes of most men. Here, let me prove it!
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Until next time, xoxo
Also Happy Hump Daaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyeeeeeeeeeee!
30 minutes to prep and 50 minutes to cook*
Desirable for: Breakfast, Snack, or Dessert
Total servings: 12 muffins
- muffin pan and and oven to bake with of course!
- food processor IF not that a bowl and wisk will work too
- “ice cream” scoop or spoon for portioning off the batter.
- 1/2 coconut oil
- 1/3 cup water
- 1 cup unsweetened almond milk
- 2 tsp vanilla extract
- 2 tbsp ground flaxseed
- 2 cups almond flour*
- 1 cup rolled oats*
- 3/4 cup brown sugar
- 2 tsp baking powder
- 1 tsp baking soda
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 1/2 tsp ground nutmeg
- 1/2 tsp ground ginger
- 2 tsp ground cinnamon
- 2 cups of carrot pulp
- 1/2 cups of apple pulp (optional)
- 2 medium diced apples
Here’s a picture of all the things, this was a very messy experience but I enjoyed myself for sure.
- oven at 375 degrees Fahrenheit grease the tin or use paper baking cups.
- small bowl add flax seed and water.
- wisk together flour, oats, baking soda, baking powder, salt, cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger.
- Coconut oil (should be microwaved if not already melted/liquid)
- Stir together the oil, carrots, apples, almond milk, brownsugar and vanilla extraact. Add flaxseed mix last and stir to unify.
- Combine wet and dry ingridents and stir til unified. (Not too much, you can over do it).
- Disperse batter onto tray evenly using scoop or spoon.
- Bake for about 50 minutes or until the
- Let them cool in pan for about 5 then transfer to desired area for cooling.
Side note: I had some issues with the bake time. The recipe I started with said 18 minutes. This batch came to a whopping 50 minutes. I am using a gas oven but I still had an ongoing 20 minute timer just to be sure. Look for browning on the top.
Please tell me you have tried this or a version of it! If you haven’t, I need you to. Seriously! I am not trying to pull your leg or anything. They are so healthy too! All twelve of the muffins were gone within two hours of cooling around these parts. *Le sigh* But I promise you this… everyone will be talking about them that’s for sure!
I hope you try and share this recipe as it is the best thing to have around the house. Also, the cozy months are coming. I’ll be slapping some vegan icing on these later as a show stopper for the holidays! Look out for that recipe later! 😀
Harness your animal spirit!
It all starts by building healthy habits and shedding bad ones. However, it only works when we stay consistent.
When things get tough, and you feel backed into a corner. Choose consistency! The moment you break and bow down to fear is the same moment you change the foundation from which you’ve laid. Being consistent will keep the flow of energy and stability. You need everything to be aligned for things to work for you. What is this energy?
Manifestations, intentions, and goals are all achieved by a few things. There is a lot of energy, hard work, and determination to stay on the desired path. I have seen this very thing happen; it is so heartbreaking! It doesn’t have to be you; it won’t be me anymore. Faltering is not an option this time.
Pick the path, passion, or goal. Figure out what steps you need to achieve said goal. Push, bend, slide, jump and run towards that goal. Consider your emotions to be distractions. They are not real. All toxic energy and triggers will arise, but you must be consistent. With consistency, there will be no need to mute the devil.
I’m excited to grow and shine with you all! I love you and wish you all peace whenever you are. Whatever life has thrown at you. You got this!
I didn’t fall in love with my skin until about nineteen or twenty years of age. I didn’t start taking care of my skin until I was twenty-two years old. At that point in my life, I was working in hot kitchens. Being in heated environments will bring more attention to your skincare for sure.
I remember always getting compliments about my skin. What I remember most was taking it for granted. I was starting to see moles, pimples, blackheads, freckles, beauty marks, and zits! It was madness!
I’m almost thirty, every year I learn something new. The time and care that I take with my skin have progressed. There is a lot involved with skincare. Your environment, food, water, stress, anxiety, and hygiene all contribute to the health of your skin. I don’t know how much water I drink in a day, but it’s a lot! Food is fuel – period! The environment is about the factors of nature. We need to adapt to what we have. If it is super hot and sunny, stay hydrated. Occasionally, find shade if possible and wear sunblock. Try keeping the stress and anxiety to a minimum. How do you say? Only focus/worry about things you can control. I’ll leave that to you, regarding what you can control. Perspective is forever changing, and to be honest, that’s none of my business.
Lastly, what we are all here for is skin hygiene. Here I will list out my routine for my weekly skin bath. It brings me joy to make this time for myself!
- Start hot bath! Feel free to use bubble bath, bath bombs, and etc.
- Sit and soak for about 2-3 minutes.
- With just my fingers I take my hands and massage my bottom half first.
- Next I scrub my bottom half with a coarse scrubby 🧽
- I repeat steps 3 and 4 on my top half. I also check my breast for lumps here and pay attention to my armpits.
- If I’m shaving, that’s where this starts.
- By this time the water is super nasty. You should have dead skin and dirt float with no more bubbles. Hair of you decided to shave.
- Drain the water, stand up, do a quick rinse.
- Clean (with soap) one more time overall and the water should be drained.
- Now do a last 2 minute hot rinse. It assures me that the lingering skin, dirt or hair is no longer on me and rinsed the soap of.
- I turn the water off and shake my booty cheeks so they clap. I try to avoid depending on a towel to completely dry.
- I dry my yoni then feet last.
- I let my pores breathe for a bit.
- I use Shea butter as my first application after my shower. It’s too heavy too put on open pores.
While doing all of this I try to be mindful of my week, my thoughts, goals. I even get into affirmations sometimes. Use this as your time. It’s amazing for me! Give it a try!
Take care of yourself, and your skin will follow! Feel free to try any of the steps in my skip bath routine. Also, SHARING is CARING! Let me know what works for you. I would love to try out what you are doing!
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That’s all I can really do.
Losing hope and positivity only affects me.
To move forward I must keep steady.
Move with that energy.