“7 Post-Breakup Reminders”

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Never let anyone make you forget what you want for yourself.

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Remember to devote time to your passion.

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Sometimes I need healing, too.

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God stored an entire universe in my womb.

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And screenshot all my gifts + everything I lack.

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To create My Joy, the perfect peace who is watching my every move.

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So refuse to let her see your tears for him.

“7 Things I Do When I’m Sad”

Read one new poem every day.
Write down all your dreams; turn them into goals.
Listen to the music you won’t mind humming later.
Dance away any tension or frustration; your hips are your friends.
Continue moving forward without leaving your conscience behind.
Begin every day as if you know it will end too soon.
Recite longer, more sincere notes of gratitude.

-Sincerely,

Tyra

Reaction to “What the Health?”

Reaction to “What the Health?”

Finally watched “What the Health” with the fam…

I can’t pretend I’m totally surprised at the facts but I am appalled at the audacity of these companies and government entities. Got people out here thinking healthy eating is a luxury, that our tax dollars are going to actually sponsor research that could one day cure cancer, or our donations to these major health foundations will support educational campaigns about preventative methods.

I’m left with so many WHY questions. Like “our” corrupted government spends $557 mill to promote unhealthy foods? Or why there is a lack of nutrition education across the majority of medical schools? And cheeseburgers laws? TF???

So what is the alternative? You should probably watch the documentary and the countless others to make your own decision. But if “any protein you get from an animal is essentially recycled protein,” in my opinion the idea of a plant-based diet is the clear alternative.*

*Dr. Milton Mills, M.D.; “What The Health”; 2017.