6 seconds ago
Very happy about this campaign. However, I doubt there were any sincere minds behind it 🙄
In the end, anything that speaks up the feminist gospel, is #goals #feministfuture #stockwomann
21 seconds ago
Bless these macro friendly burrito bowls, I ♡ you 👅
4.5 oz chicken breast, cooked in #thegourmetcollection Adobo Ole spice blend
1/2 cup brown rice
1/2 cup tri-blend beans
1/2 cup sauteed bell peppers & onions
2T Herdez guacamole salsa
2T Trader Joe's queso
1 minute ago
I cannot express enough how much I love this quote. Lean In author and Facebook COO, Sheryl Sandberg is talking to all of us indecisive, list making, worst-case-scenario playing, over-thinkers out there.
If you are given an incredible opportunity, take it. Jump! Leap! Dive into that opportunity. Even if the picture is a bit different than what you imagined in your mind, don’t let a once in a lifetime chance slip away.
Why? Because once you are on that rocket ship, and it launches, you can switch seats. You can learn from your crew. You can have the experience of a lifetime.
What is your rocketship? Tell me about it
Join the conversation - leave a comment below :-)
1 minute ago
Cross posting all my awesome vintage items to etsy today. Got a box if these vintage hats at a local auction.
1 minute ago
Congratulations to Frank Gonzalez on his new Toyota Tundra!! He got his keys! Who's next?
3 minutes ago
Keep working and what you once found impossible will over time become easy🎥💪
9 minutes ago
Mr Franklin was on to something with the above statement. Getting 6-8 hours of sleep is recommended as an adequate amount, which has many benefits.
1.Improve memory - During sleep you can strengthen memories or "practice" skills learned while you were awake (it’s a process called consolidation).
2.Spur creativity - In addition to consolidating memories, your brain appears to reorganize and restructure them, which may result in more creativity as well.
3.Reduce stress - If your body doesn’t get enough sleep, it can react by producing an elevated level of stress hormones. Deep and regular sleep can help prevent this.
4.Improved mood - Lack of sleep can make us more agitated, so we’re more likely to snap or be grumpy with all those we interact with. The better you sleep the better your ability to stay, calm, controlled and reasonable.
5.Help maintain weight - Unfortunately, sleep won’t directly make you lose weight, but it can help you keep it under control by regulating the hormones that affect your appetite and reducing your cravings for high calorie foods.
6.Make you smarter - Along with a great night’s sleep, a quick nap in the daytime may help you feel sharper, more attentive and focused throughout the day. Siesta time :).
7.Improved sex life - there's evidence that in men, impaired sleep can be associated with lower testosterone levels. Of course, not getting enough sleep can affect your love life in less direct ways too.
8. Improved immunity - Yes, lack of sleep can affect your immune system. Studies show that people who don't get quality sleep or enough sleep are more likely to get sick.
9.Improved athletic performance –Reaction times and motor function, motivation, focus, stress regulation, muscle recovery, sprint performance, muscle glycogen, glucose metabolism, memory and learning, injury risk, illness rates, unwanted weight gain…. sleep (or lack thereof) plays a part in all of these things.
So, we can see how sleep is crucial to good health based on the numerous benefits stated above. Early bird catches the worm an all that. You go to sleep early you’re more like to get up early. On that note I shall wrap it up as its lights out for me.