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Beet Crusted Pizza | Bakers Royale
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Morning Melody by Bobby Joshi

Anonymous asked: What do you eat for breakfast?

it changes on school days based on what i have. usually cereal with almond milk, sometimes eggs if i have time to cook and clean up after myself in the morning before leaving the house. i used to eat more toast but my house’s toaster broke a few months ago.

on weekends i usually treat myself to some kind of thing that combines eggs and kale



Anonymous asked: Boring/girly question: what's your hair care routine?

wash with tea tree conditioner every few days (aka whenever it starts to look bad, so maybe every 3 or 4 days? sometimes i can get away with longer. basically i don’t wash my hair very often and i don’t use shampoo)

after i wash it i usually put in some leave-in curl conditioner and some de-frizz spray, and since i usually shower at night i will braid my hair into pigtail braids and sleep on it. i do this mainly because my hair is so long and thick that the sheer weight of it flattens out a lot of my natural curl, so braiding it gives it a little more texture.

daily dry-styling usually involves the occasional spritz of beach spray or some moroccan oil/other smoothing serum stuff if it’s particularly unruly. otherwise i don’t really do much to my hair on a day to day basis.


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Nadezda Fava | Tree
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