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Don’t compare your Chapter 1 to someone else’s Chapter 20.

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First day of team no cheats and trying to keep up with posting
Breakfast- instant oats and I added PB2, creamy peanut butter, and some almond milk and had an apple with it
Lunch- medium strawberry whirl smoothie from Jamba Juice with hemp protein powder added
Dinner- lentils with mango and a lime juice/olive oil/cumin mixture on top
Snacks- raw revolution chocolate coconut, and larabar ALT lemon pound cake (not pictured)

Exercise- 32 mins of elliptical and I did arms today

I worked out too late to go down to the dining center so I need to work on getting more veggies in (you would think vegans wouldn’t have that problem)

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sandalphom:

fucking freeaboo

sandalphom:

fucking freeaboo

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zkarl:

[…]And on Sept. 29, in front of Hong Kong government headquarters, a remarkable scene took place. A young protester standing near a riot policeman was attacked, apparently unprovoked, with a bolt of pepper spray across the face and in the eyes. He screamed out “We are unarmed, how can you attack us like that?”
Behind the helmet and face mask, the policeman’s expression could not be seen, but he seemed moved and said “I know, I know.” He beckoned the man over, turned around and retrieved his own water bottle, and proceeded to wash out the man’s stinging eyes. Hong Kong Policemen Apologize
"The police officers that have been called upon to be Hong Kong’s shock troops—firing and tossing tear gas canisters into crowds of protesting students, and soaking them with pepper spray—have come forward recently to express their frustration and regret.
Tens of thousands of students continue to ambulate through Hong Kong’s central business district each night, as police attempt to contain and repel them. The students are protesting recent moves by Beijing to limit Hong Kong’s ability to hold independent elections.
“Once, I felt I was the luckiest person in the world, because I could fulfill two of my childhood dreams at the same time,” wrote Arnold Wai, a member of Hong Kong’s auxiliary police force, on Facebook, on the evening of Sept. 28. “Before, I was very proud when I personally brought criminals to justice,” he said.
“However, I just phoned my superior tonight, quitting this job. I don’t want to be a political tool for someone,” he wrote, in a post on Facebook that was widely shared among Hong Kong Internet users. 
[…]

zkarl:

[…]And on Sept. 29, in front of Hong Kong government headquarters, a remarkable scene took place. A young protester standing near a riot policeman was attacked, apparently unprovoked, with a bolt of pepper spray across the face and in the eyes. He screamed out “We are unarmed, how can you attack us like that?”

Behind the helmet and face mask, the policeman’s expression could not be seen, but he seemed moved and said “I know, I know.” He beckoned the man over, turned around and retrieved his own water bottle, and proceeded to wash out the man’s stinging eyes. 

Hong Kong Policemen Apologize

"The police officers that have been called upon to be Hong Kong’s shock troops—firing and tossing tear gas canisters into crowds of protesting students, and soaking them with pepper spray—have come forward recently to express their frustration and regret.

Tens of thousands of students continue to ambulate through Hong Kong’s central business district each night, as police attempt to contain and repel them. The students are protesting recent moves by Beijing to limit Hong Kong’s ability to hold independent elections.

“Once, I felt I was the luckiest person in the world, because I could fulfill two of my childhood dreams at the same time,” wrote Arnold Wai, a member of Hong Kong’s auxiliary police force, on Facebook, on the evening of Sept. 28. “Before, I was very proud when I personally brought criminals to justice,” he said.

“However, I just phoned my superior tonight, quitting this job. I don’t want to be a political tool for someone,” he wrote, in a post on Facebook that was widely shared among Hong Kong Internet users

[…]

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gingerandcocoa:

My breakfast looked a little like this
(nah it looked a lot like this bc this was my breakfast) Whole wheat walnut toast with dark chocolate Greek yogurt, almond butter, peanut butter, cacao nibs, crushed almonds, superfood sprinkle, dark chocolate and fruit and chamomile, passionflower, lavender+spearmint tea

gingerandcocoa:

My breakfast looked a little like this

(nah it looked a lot like this bc this was my breakfast)
Whole wheat walnut toast with dark chocolate Greek yogurt, almond butter, peanut butter, cacao nibs, crushed almonds, superfood sprinkle, dark chocolate and fruit and chamomile, passionflower, lavender+spearmint tea

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wolfseeker87:

THE UMBRELLA REVOLUTION 

We don’t need any tear gas, we’re crying already.

風雨中抱緊自由。 Brace our freedom among the storm.

It is Day 3 since 28th September 2014, the day Hong Kong Police threw Tear Gas to protestors.

Hong Kong citizens are fighting for democracy to select our own Chief Executive. We don’t want China’s claws on our back and hands on our throat.

Please, Tumblr, reblog and spread the word like wildfire.

SAVE HONG KONG. 

DO NOT LET HONG KONG FALL.

Photo credit to Marieke de Vries