In my first post on this topic, I said how my highest values are benevolence (for the world), reflection (for myself), and sincerity. However, that has changed.
The color of your clothes (and hair, and makeup) affects your attractiveness. Consider the beautiful Eva Mendes:
Most of us will agree that she looks better on the right, where she is wearing her best clothing and makeup colors. But why?
I jumped on the sourdough train along with everyone else during the lockdown, and after a few months, I think I’ve developed the ideal recipe.
Witness the beauty!
Every other person on r/GetMotivatedBuddies says “I want to get my life together: wake up early, exercise every day, eat healthier, cut back on alcohol, and read more… and I’m looking for someone I can check in with daily.”
That is way too many things to fix at once.
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Sometimes you can’t win. When you’re overweight, the only message you get from the world is that you’re ugly and should lose weight.
Once you have lost weight and become more attractive, though, you’re accused of trying too hard. “Relax,” other people start saying, “it’s the holidays. Have a piece of cake. After all, you wouldn’t want to get too thin.”
The trees, which are unlike any I’ve seen before.
A 5-min, single-serving microwave recipe that’s just as good as the real thing.
- 2 tbsp butter* (30 g)
- 2 tbsp coffee (or any milk, or water)
- ¼ tsp vanilla extract
- 2 tbsp granulated sugar
- 2 tbsp all-purpose flour
- 2 tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder
- Small handful chocolate chips
Melt the butter in your mug (or any microwave-safe bowl). Add liquid (I use almond milk) and vanilla.
Add sugar, flour, and cocoa powder and whisk (or stir with a fork) to combine. Fold in chocolate chips.
Optional: Dip a knife in peanut butter and run it through the mixture for a peanut-butter swirl.
Microwave on high for 60-75 seconds.
Cooked and ready to eat.
That’s what I got for the following amounts:
…So perhaps I shouldn’t be calling this “single-serve.” Oh well 😛
Sweetened condensed milk and plenty of butter make these bars perfectly crunchy-chewy and salty-sweet.
This recipe is also super easy: just stir all the ingredients together and bake. After one bite, you’ll never want a store-bought granola bar again.