Vegan Lifestyle

It’s funny really, I started this tumblr to help me start a Vegan lifestyle and for a few months it helped, I was really healthy until I had a brownie and my lifestyle fell apart. So now I have to get back on it, I have to say No to brownies! No to pumpkin flavored cupcakes with cream cheese frosting and caramel drizzle! and No to any Thanksgiving meals which I know we’ll be having a lot of this winter!

Yallah, bring on the quinoa and lettuce.

Guys, I advertise my Instagram more so that I can follow you, I love seeing people’s snapshots from through out the day.


"Marys Violet Eyes Make John Stay Up Nights Panting"

Today my Professor asked us what this line meant? and I kept thinking “what the hell? why is John panting? why is she telling us dirty things?” but then she explained that it was a line to help people remember the Solar planets.

Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto.

I woke up feeling great, I even looked good today and now I just feel worthless and stupid.

Going to cuddle with a good book and just read until I fall asleep.

I just finished working on a few things on an Art project I’m working on with my niece and then my sister is coming over, then I’ll probably spend the rest of the day doing some chores, organizing, studying and typing up an essay.

God, I wish I had some coffee with a little bit of whipped cream.

Today’s Muslim women face a triple whammy of discrimination – racism, religious hatred and misogyny. Many have immigrant backgrounds and their skin colour attracts hatred. And for the increasing number of women converting to Islam, a bizarre reverse racism occurs – they face westerners’ hatred for seemingly “selling out”. The visual presence of these hip, young, veiled Muslim women, does not only challenge our notions of the stereotype of Muslim women, it holds up a critical mirror to the 21st-century caricature of womanhood. Curvy hyper-femininity, flawless make-up and dieting to reach the fixed dimensions of womanhood are draconian standards. Our visual age – despite the deepening ideas of women’s independence and self-determination – still restricts the primary success or failure of a woman to how she looks. These young, veiled women shake the pillars of our image-conscious society. I can be a woman on my own terms, they say.