Anonymous asked: I understand why you don't do them anymore but DAMN I miss your outfit pictures

I know, I know but you can find them on Instagram :)

Anonymous asked: what is one of the most encouraging/motivating things anyone has said to you?

"Believe, achieve. Doubt, you’re out." -my dad

Anonymous asked: I hope you're getting enough you time and are okay. Don't forget sometimes the simplest things will bring you the most joy. And you deserve everything you've been given.

I have no idea who you are but thank you. Thank you so much.

salemcats asked: I saw you once near soho a couple summers ago when I was visiting with my parents. I almost couldn't believe it, it was my 'starstruck' moment. I was too shy to say hi, and my parents were walking the other way. Always wished I stopped you tho!

AW!!! You should have said hi!!!!

Anonymous asked: Would you feel uncomfortable if a reader walked up to you in public? I've been following you since after the start of your first semester at fit and i'd totally be fan girling if i saw you walking down the street or something but i think i'd be too shy and scared to say hi to you

love when I get to meet my followers. They are typically the nicest :)

Anonymous asked: Lately i've been sooo grossed out by eating meat and just animal products in general, but a plant based diet is hard when all you eat are vegetables, fruit, and bread. I've only made tempeh once and it was tasty. Are there any recipes you follow for tempeh or tofu? That veggie bowl you posted about sounds really good!

I don’t really like tofu but for tempeh, I use an adapted recipe from Rabbit Food For My Bunny Teeth. Before eating, I toss the finished tempeh with whatever veggies I have in the fridge.

1 package tempeh
1 tsp olive oil
3 TB lemon juice
2 tsp water
¼ tsp dried basil
¼ tsp powdered garlic
fresh ground black pepper, to taste

Heat oven to 400° F. Chop tempeh into bite size cubes. Heat olive oil in a non-stick skillet on medium-high heat. Once melted and hot, add tempeh and cook for 2-4 minutes until the tempeh turns a golden brown color. While the tempeh is browning, mix together the lemon juice, maple syrup, water, basil, garlic, and black pepper. Pour mixture over tempeh and stir around to coat the tempeh. Sauté for 2-3 minutes. The tempeh should be nice and brown on both sides. Transfer the tempeh cubes to a baking sheet and bake for 15-20 minutes in the oven until crispy. Remove from the oven, plate and serve.

Anonymous asked: do you do the HIIT at home and if so what do you do and for how long?

Nike Training Club

Anonymous asked: daily workout routine and what you eat, GO! (ps. you are a BEAUTY)

Thank you!! Lately I have been SLACKING due to school. But when I’m being good, 30 minutes of cardio a day (typically a morning run) then 15 minutes of HIIT training at night or 20 minutes of yoga. The weekends are a little more rigorous with an hour of yoga + a 6 mile run each day.

Lately I’ve been eating:

  • Breakfast: 2 eggs with sautéed spinach + berries on the side
  • Lunch: a veggie bowl with broccoli, snap peas, cauliflower, roasted beets, kale, hummus and tempeh
  • Dinner: soup or a sweet potato with roasted asparagus 
  • Snack: banana or apple with almond butter

purevita asked: You just made my night with that last post!!! I have the same body shape. What have I learned? Men have no complaints about it! Also, you are gorgeous!

No complaints.

Anonymous asked: if u dont eat carbs why are your legs and hips so large?

nicole // new york

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