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carliflintstone:

Good morning everybody, I had a late, late night yesterday and stayed in bed until now. So I’m rather late with my breakfast-recipe of the day but here it is :

Late late breakfast/ brunch-lunch muffins

Feeds 2

That’s in it :

- eggs (4)
- feta-cheese (1/2)
- tomatoes (small, 3)
- spinach (1 cup)
- red onion (small, 1)
- pepper+salt (dash)

Get a muffin tray ready and add muffin liners.

1. Preheat oven to 200 degree C.

2. Cut up spinach in small pieces.
Pour in a bowl.

3. Cut up tomatoes and feta-cheese in small cubes (2mm).
Add to the bowl.

4. Chop onion finely (cubes work best).
Add to the bowl.

5. Add eggs to the bowl and spice it up with salt and pepper.

6. Mix.

7. Fill your muffin liners with the content of your bowl.

8. Bake for 20-24 minutes.

Take them out, let then cool for a bit and dig in.

CALLING ALL RUNNERS! OR WANNA BE RUNNERS !

rachel-goesrunning:

emily-pluspoints:

run-for-funner:

runliftclimbrepeat:

run-for-funner:

runmiles-smile:

so excited ! made a pact with john fatmaninalittlesuit

-Run 100 km in september ! that’s roughly 63 miles and totally doable !!

who is with us !? lets motivate each other !

tag your progress #runnersclubseptember :))

Yes YASSSSSS

Oh my gosh I’m doing this! Also great motivation to stick with the plan when I move off to college :)

Yessss!!! 😃😃😃

Do it do it do it! Everybody do it!

I’m in!!!

thr0wmyfaith: My friends convinced me to runn the Rock n Roll half marathon with them in Philly. I run on my own but I've never officially done a half marathon. Do you have any tips to prepare for?

First of all, I’m doing that half marathon! So that’s exciting:)

I’d google four week plans and start doing some shorter runs twice a week (3-4 miles) and try to do some longer runs on the weekend (6-8 miles)…alternate doing run/walking if you have to and don’t push yourself beyond what you can do…i mean push yourself but try to listen to your body..you don’t want to get injured before you do the race…when the time comes…run your own race…trying to stay with people always seems to go wrong..have a meet up place at the end and meet with people there!

On the days you’re not running, try to do some strength training (I usually try to do Jillian Michaels videos) and biking (which always seems to help me run faster). 

Stay hydrated, make a good playlist, and have a blast!

Sam Smith’s voice is like the combination of Fergie and Jesus

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