My Mango Tree

Minna | 22 | Melbourne | Healthy living | Sociology major

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Really considering going from vegetarian to vegan by the very end of this year. Want to make it a gradual process - eg. will start by replacing cows milk with soy/oat milk, and by replacing butter with nuttelex. I’ll aim to eat vegan whenever I’m alone but perhaps won’t be too strict when I’m over at someone’s house for dinner. Hopefully within the next 6 months I’ll be 90% vegan, only deviating on very rare occasions - my aim is to make those occasions rarer and rarer until they don’t occur. I’m really interested in veganism for ethical, environmental and health reasons and I’m following a lot of inspirational people on both Tumblr and Instagram who have really just taken my interest to the next level. Excited!

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"Otters have a skin flap that forms a pocket so they can keep their favorite rock with them. They use this rock to break open mollusks when eating. Some otters go their entire lives carrying the same rock!” source
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"Men judge us by our broad hips and forget their birthplace."
Noor Shirazie
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things you shouldn’t feel guilty about:

thelifeofhana:

  • enjoying food
  • feeling full
  • eating more than someone else
  • taking a second serving
  • eating until you are full
  • nourishing your body
  • not liking a certain food
  • eating a food for its taste, not its health benefit
  • food in general
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sad-plath:

夢到哪裡你都在 (by 和曦)
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healthy-free-soul: Obsessively trying to eat strictly healthy food and micromanaging all your meals is NOT healthy. Being absolutely terrified of certain foods because they are not 100% “clean” is NOT healthy. Feeling bad for enjoying food, regardless of its nutritional value, is NOT HEALTHY.

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missespeon: customers at local retail shop shocked to find sales associate is in fact a human being, and not an automaton built to serve them

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malformalady:

Poliosis is the decrease or absence of melanin in head hair, eyebrows, or eyelashes. Poliosis of the eyelashes has been described in several ophthalmic conditions, including blepharitis, sarcoidosis, sympathetic ophthalmia, herpes zoster, Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada (VKH) syndrome, vitiligo, and tuberous sclerosis.
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