A few weeks ago I quit fast food as my main source of food and tried cooking. I got two staples so far, Pesto Cavatappi (yes, from noodles and company! Recipe is available online and is so easy!) and chicken fried rice. Both of them were delicious and so filling, me and the bf loved it! HERE is the chicken fried rice recipe. HERE is the Pesto Cavatappi recipe (I don’t add the white wine and it taste just the same!)
Quick tip: For the chicken in the fried rice, I cut them in cubes and put them on a hot pan with olive oil and started putting all the spices I had in the cupboard: oregano, curry powder, meat tenderizer, chaat masala (available at all indian grocery stores), paprika and sriracha sauce!
The saddest of all humans truths is you can put so much effort into loving someone but it doesn’t give the other person the responsibility to give the same love back or more. Or any. This seems obvious if you are not in the same mind set I’m in but let me give an example…when it comes to working out, the effort you put in is directly correlated with the results that follow. There is a reward, something is given back, there is something waiting for you after your hard work. But you can give all the love you have in your heart and they will be totally immune to it. Here comes the sad part, they absoutely have no obligation to anyway.
Found a little NYX station and spent a good amount of time searching all the lip creams, butter glosses and lipstick. NYX is one of my favorite drugstore brands. I tried their butter glosses for the first time and its lives up to its hype. So buttery smooth and such beautiful colors! I tried creme brulee and peach cobbler. I wanted them all. $6 each, including tax.
If I had a dream job it would be a person to try makeup and give reviewers. If I could do that all day, I’ll be one happy girl.
Click photo to go to the makeup tutorial!. All products were relatively cheap and the look is just break taking.
just give me something fresh, i want new new new! thanks!