Let it Be.

"Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none."

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The mayor of Mississauga, Canada is a badass. via

Hazel McCallion, everbody.

92 years old,

34 years in office,

$0 in debt

$700 million in reserve

Eight prime ministers

One truck.

But women aren’t strong leaders… OH WAIT.

Now I’m sure somebody’s gonna tell me something but

  • supports a Palestinian state
  • supports Aids CHarities
  • told her city well if we cant get money y’all need to pay taxes and maintains a 76 approval rating
  • nick named Hurricane Hazel
  • and is so boss lady that she don’t run she’ tells  folks to give that money to charity

I will always reblog this lady.

This woman is officially my new hero.

In regards to the flooding in the GTA yesterday, she apparently said that she hasn’t seen rain like that since her neighbour Noah was building a boat.

New hero in life. 

I said, GOD DAMN! 

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I sent this to at least 12 people with 0 context

i cant tell if this is the cutest thing ever or scariest

(Source: fuks, via iusedtobeorgasm)

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Flipping the classroom. The classroom environment makes a difference!

This is cooler than it looks and here’s why: This is part of a video series for the FIZZ approach to flipping, which relies on simple, one-take videos instead of screencasts. It’s a great alternative to flipping for teachers who want to make videos, but don’t want to learn to screencast.

You can learn more about FIZZ here: http://lodgemccammon.com/flip/ 

The woman in this video is Katie, an 8th grade math and Algebra I teacher from Raleigh, NC. She has a full set of videos just like this on her YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB632EC24182B4D40

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Anonymous asked: Sharee I need advice for the past two weeks I've been eating so unhealthy. The problem is usually I waste about $150 for 1 week of healthy food for myself and bf. I know you've mentioned before how cheap your groceries come out too? What's some advice on what to buy? I just got let go of my job so clearly wasting $150 every week has become impossible. And I want to continue eating healthy but unhealthy food is just so much cheaper

funeralformyfat:

So what helps dre and I keep our bill under control is planning.
It’s easy to head to grocery store and BUY ALL THE HEALTHY THINGS!! But healthy food (and junk food) can add up quick!
So I find the more we plan the less we spend.

So before you go shopping, sit down with your bf and plan out all your meals and snacks for the week. Healthy doesn’t have to equal gourmet. So keep it simple. Save the really extravagant meals for special occasions or date nights.
Keep the base of your weekly meals the same and add sides that can change things up.

Oatmeal and granola make great breakfast bases. You can add fruits, peanut butter, and spices to change the flavors incase you don’t want the same thing in the morning.

Lunch, wraps are really easy to make and can have lots of varieties. So plan for a week of wraps for lunch and buy different things for wraps (spinach, carrots, hummus, etc)

Dinner:
Brown rice is very versatile and can be added to many things to keep it fun (veggie stir fry, baked chicken) etc. And last nights rice can be placed into a wrap for the next day to make a burrito style wrap.

My menu/ shopping list:

Breakfast:
-oats
- apples
- bananas
- frozen blueberries
- peanut butter
(I mix up the flavors in the morning so I don’t get bored with oats)

Snacks:
- fruits ( buy fruits in season. They will be cheaper)
- protein bars: I look for the 10/10 sales (Luna and cliff bars typically have these sales)

Lunch:
Tortillas for wraps
Spinach (can be used for salads too)
Lettuce
Carrots
Hummus
Or other spread of choice
Deli meats if you eat them

Dinner:
- brown rice
- large bags of prep veggies (broccoli, cauliflower, carrots)
- dre likes chicken breast so we bake a bunch and then I can use it for his lunch wraps if he wants.

Other options:
- bread: sandwiches for lunch or breakfast toast
- mixed nuts (great for a snack)
- soy milk/milk for making smoothies with the fruit you buy

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I wish I knew about this project when I taught my preschoolers about fairytales about 8 years ago!