"Let your practice be a celebration of life" -Seido lee deBarros
Happy Sunday everyone! Flow inspired by @kathrynbudig and @tjhark.

20/10/2013 . 1 note . Reblog
DIY Sunday! Berry, basil, rose juice, coconut kefir “yogurt”, raw almond milk, raw coconut hemp milk and almond flax meal.

DIY Sunday! Berry, basil, rose juice, coconut kefir “yogurt”, raw almond milk, raw coconut hemp milk and almond flax meal.

6/10/2013 . 0 notes . Reblog
Homemade Sriracha is done! I used a combination of recipes that I found online. Delicious and sans questionable chemical additives and preservatives.
 12 ounces of desired organic chilies (I used 8 ounces fresno which is the traditional, 4 ounces Serrano, 3 habeneros) 1 bulb garlic (8- 10 cloves roughly chopped) 1 tablespoon coconut aminos 2 teaspoons of sea salt 1 cup raw, unrefined apple cider vinegar ½ cup rice vinegar 3 tablespoons palm sugar, coconut sugar or raw cane
 Place chilies, garlic, coconut aminos, sea salt and vinegars in a sealed container. Shake or stir well and let sit in room temperature overnight to 2 days.
 After 1-2 days, pour the contents into a saucepan and add the sugar. Bring the mixture to a boil, stir a few times, then lower heat and let simmer for about 5 minutes. Remove the saucepan from the stove and let cool to room temperature.
When cool, pour the mixture into a blender and puree until very smooth. You may need to scrape the sides down a few of times. Pour into a jar and refrigerate. 

Homemade Sriracha is done! I used a combination of recipes that I found online. Delicious and sans questionable chemical additives and preservatives.


12 ounces of desired organic chilies (I used 8 ounces fresno which is the traditional, 4 ounces Serrano, 3 habeneros)
1 bulb garlic (8- 10 cloves roughly chopped)
1 tablespoon coconut aminos
2 teaspoons of sea salt
1 cup raw, unrefined apple cider vinegar
½ cup rice vinegar
3 tablespoons palm sugar, coconut sugar or raw cane


Place chilies, garlic, coconut aminos, sea salt and vinegars in a sealed container. Shake or stir well and let sit in room temperature overnight to 2 days.


After 1-2 days, pour the contents into a saucepan and add the sugar. Bring the mixture to a boil, stir a few times, then lower heat and let simmer for about 5 minutes. Remove the saucepan from the stove and let cool to room temperature.

When cool, pour the mixture into a blender and puree until very smooth. You may need to scrape the sides down a few of times. Pour into a jar and refrigerate. 

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Transition by @carsonclaycalhoun. Eka hasta bhujasana >Astavakrasana>Eka pada koudinyasana II

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gemmacorrell:

Happy Friday!

gemmacorrell:

Happy Friday!

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I’ve seen the articles that grown-ups have written about the millennials, characterizing a coddled generation that refuses to grow up. Even with all the self-esteeming and expensive education in the world, these kids still think they can click “like” to change the world, everyone says. Who’s to blame? Where did we go wrong? While these 26-year-olds toil in coffee shops or at unpaid internships waiting to be handed their promised dream jobs, who’s going to pay back all their damn student loans?
Welcome To The Age Of Feelings via Thought Catalog  (via npr)
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memewhore:

I reblog this every single time.

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I want to see this. 

I want to see this. 

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ephemeraa:

Photographs from National Geographic’s new Documentary “Extraordinary Animals in the Womb”

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