Stella Tennant photographed by Mark Borthwick for Vogue Italia Couture Supplement September 1995

woman riding a bike, Shanghai

Spent the last ten days herding cows and four wheeling and smooching and drinking crown and gossiping and under-thinking and being cold and looking out dirty truck windows
Anonymous asked:
are you working out?

A little right now, need to do more & join a new gym

Anonymous asked:
I hope you get back to your non stressed routine soon! Luv xxx

Thank you!!! You’re too kind :)

Anonymous asked:
What is your daily intake like and what times do you on average eat everyday? Also how many calories do you eat, do you count calories?

For breakfast I usually have a green smoothie with spinach, frozen bananas and almond milk. Then I’ll have apples or grapes for a snack. Or some other fruit. Then lunch I will have a salad with soup or maybe Indian food or salad with falafel or sweet potato or brown rice or all three. Dinner is more or less the same thing, some kind of salad, grain and legume. I think eat somewhere between 1600 - 1800 calories but I don’t really know. That would be a good number for me to eat but recently I haven’t been eating as much because I am very stressed out from work, so that’s something I’m working on!



How Does Eating Meat Impact Your Water Footprint?

And we do have a water problem…
Anonymous asked:
Hola chica :) What do you think about freelee? I mean her eating habits etc? I dislike her way of promoting that diet the way she does, but she has kind of convinced me to start eating more high carb vegan, although I don't ever want to be so strict about it and label myself as a vegan. What do you think about those high carb vegan diets?

I agree I don’t like the way she promotes a lifestyle that I believe, in part, could be good for a lot of people. Too much focus on being skinny, too much fat shaming, and a “this is the only way and if you don’t look like me you’re doing it wrong” attitude. That community in general got me to start eating higher carb and made me realize I didn’t have to have tons and tons of protein, which in grateful for, but I’m not really on board with fruitarian diets anymore. There is just not enough evidence besides a handful of bloggers to convince me it is actually healthy in the long term, I would like to see some kind of medical study, etc first. That said, I can’t ignore the fact that some people who have experienced amazing transformations on fruitarian high carb raw vegan diets, so I’m not here to question that. If it works for them, I support that and support that they want to share it with the rest of the world. I think being too openly critical of anyone’s views just hypes them up even more; they’re just people sharing ideas (there is, of course, a place for open discourse and debate which is GOOD). Ultimately it is the responsibility of the audience to take care of their bodies and not blindly follow what is on the Internet, even though I know it’s not that simple. People spread good and bad information on the Internet (with varying intentions) every single day.

The planet Saturn, August 11, 1981, imaged by Voyager 2 from a range of 14.7 million kilometers (9.1 million miles). You can also see the moons Dione (right) and Enceladus. (NASA)
Anonymous asked:
Actually I meant cigarette smoking! :P xx

Seriously?! It’s terrible for you!!!! Don’t do it!!! Isn’t that something everyone pretty much agrees on these days?