🌼 cmarie 🌼 (@helloagainhealthy)

Hash brown casserole
Check out the Simply Hash browns! So much you can do with this!

#be creative #spicyhashbrowns

ร้านบ้านอัยย์&อิฐ (@aumaloha)

#Be กระปุกนมผงพกพา
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#กระปุกนมพกพา #กล่องใส่นมผง #กล่องใส่นมผงพร้อมที่เก็บช้อน

🚨StaMpeDe🚨 Str8 like 9:15 ♍️ (@demigoddru)

I wonder if @sadeadu_ ever look back and see Aaliyah in her reflection? HAPPY HEAVENLY BIRTHDAY and REST IN PEACE AALIYAH.... my Werd!!!!!! And HBD again Sade Adu

#aaliyah #4ever a #fan #birthday #wishes #2queens #melanin #pride #blackandproud #be #culture #soul #rnb #musiclover #demigoddru paying #homage

Brian Flatt (@justadudefitness)

At work tonight.
Some say the world will end in fire,
Some say in ice.
From what I’ve tasted of desire
I hold with those who favor fire.
But if it had to perish twice,
I think I know enough of hate
To say that for destruction ice
Is also great
And would suffice.
— Robert Frost

Something on my mind lately. If you pay attention to a lot of social media, especially here on IG, you will undoubtedly find a ton of advice about “success”. Everyone talking about success In life and how to make lots of money, how to hustle and go after what you want in life. Get it get it! Nothing wrong with all of that except for one glaring fact. No one tells you how to just “be”. How to be happy. How to just be yourself in an insane world. How to slow down and smell the roses. How to just enjoy being alive. How to breathe. How to laugh. How to sit in silence. The unspoken rule is that happiness if for tomorrow and never for today. But life is short. We got healthy people dying of the Flu and you want them to cure cancer? You better find a way to find happiness today or else throw your hands up to the sky and admit there’s no such as happiness. One or the other. Because waiting to be happy tomorrow is a lie and it’s a trap.
#livelaughlove “To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment. “ — Ralph Waldo Emerson