DIY 1000 Paper Cranes Backdrop. When I say everyone can do the majority of projects I post I really mean it. To have the patience to do this one is another matter! This was too cool not to post and was done by a bride for a boho wedding backdrop. Tutorial at The Boho Wedding Blog here. The bride said in the comments:
The beautiful story of 1000 paper cranes includes the thought that if a bride folds them for her wedding, she will carry this patience to her marriage and bring with it happiness, luck and prosperity.
Quinoa is a seed that once cooked, has a delicious, fluffy, slightly crunchy, and almost nutty flavor.
Along with the yummy taste, check out some of the benefits:
Trying to up your protein intake? Hello?! Try some quinoa! Not only is it a super good source of protein…but the protein it supplies is complete protein! This means that it includes all 9 amino acids! Hooray!
Migraines? You might want to think about adding quinoa into your life! The magnesium in quinoa relaxes your blood vessels, which will help reduce those achy migraines!
Quinoa prevents against lots of probelms too! Heart disease, childhood asthma, breast cancer, gallstones, cardiovascular health and so many more!
These are only a few of quinoa’s benefits! So considering how easy it is to add into your life, there’s really no reason not to include it! Add it to your salad, throw it in a wrap, eat it with your stir fry…anything!
Now go get some! :)
*This is not my photo, but I searched and couldn’t find the source, if I do…I’ll be sure to add it!
a very strange combination but the yummiest thing i have ever eaten
2-3 eggs (1/2 – 3/4 cup egg substitute) 1 banana, in slices 2T chunky or creamy natural peanut butter pinch of sugar
1. Place a medium sized skillet over medium-high heat until hot. Spray with cooking spray and pour in the eggs.
2. Sprinkle some sugar into the eggs and place sliced bananas into pan
3. Lift the sides of the omelette up to allow the still-liquid eggs to flow underneath and cook. After a few minutes, flip the omelette over with a large spatula.
4. Spread a generous coating of peanut butter onto one half of the omelette as shown below. Fold the omelette over and allow to cook for another minute. Flip it onto the other side for one last minute and serve!
Breakfast::Raw Oatmeal, Banana, Blackberries, Yogurt and Almonds