stevethompson-art:

Bring you child to work day! 

Today was “bring your child to work day” here at the Disney Store home base. SO, I had the pleasure of showing a room full of kids how to draw Mickey Mouse. After all, it all started with a mouse. The above images are of the worksheet I sketched up for today’s lesson. I wanted to break it down and give a step by step approach on drawing Mickey (and Minnie). Taking it a step further and also a nod to my animation background, I wanted to show how to take the same basic principals and show them how to change it up. Is Mickey happy, sad, mad? How would that look? And, finally how to turn his head. They are quick sketches, but I think they helped get the point across. Maybe even you’ll give it a try! :)


collegecuisines:

Egg Avocado Toast
During the week, I usually don’t have time for anything more than a bowl of cereal in the morning. But, like this morning, I beat my alarm clock by 5 minutes and was able to whip up one of my favorite breakfast treats: Egg Avocado Toast! It requires only a handful of ingredients and fills me up until lunchtime. Hope you enjoy!
Ingredients and Total Cost - Serves 1
1 egg - $0.08
1/2 tsp of salt - 0.02
1/2 tsp of black pepper - 0.07
1 slice of bread of your choice - 0.07
1/4 of avocado - 0.15
1/4 cup of shredded mild cheddar - 0.33
Total Cost per Serving = $0.72
1. Heat skillet over medium-low and grease with cooking spray.
2. In a bowl, whisk together the egg, salt, and pepper until all ingredients are combined.
3. Place slice of bread into toaster at medium-high setting (for my toaster, this is about a 4). 
3. Pour egg mixture into skillet and continuously scramble. Once the egg has set, add cheese and incorporate all ingredients.
4. Once your bread has been toasted, spread your avocado across the toast in a thin layer.
5. When your egg and cheese are combined, set the egg on the avocado toast!

collegecuisines:

Egg Avocado Toast

During the week, I usually don’t have time for anything more than a bowl of cereal in the morning. But, like this morning, I beat my alarm clock by 5 minutes and was able to whip up one of my favorite breakfast treats: Egg Avocado Toast! It requires only a handful of ingredients and fills me up until lunchtime. Hope you enjoy!

Ingredients and Total Cost - Serves 1

  • 1 egg - $0.08
  • 1/2 tsp of salt - 0.02
  • 1/2 tsp of black pepper - 0.07
  • 1 slice of bread of your choice - 0.07
  • 1/4 of avocado - 0.15
  • 1/4 cup of shredded mild cheddar - 0.33
  • Total Cost per Serving = $0.72

1. Heat skillet over medium-low and grease with cooking spray.

2. In a bowl, whisk together the egg, salt, and pepper until all ingredients are combined.

3. Place slice of bread into toaster at medium-high setting (for my toaster, this is about a 4). 

3. Pour egg mixture into skillet and continuously scramble. Once the egg has set, add cheese and incorporate all ingredients.

4. Once your bread has been toasted, spread your avocado across the toast in a thin layer.

5. When your egg and cheese are combined, set the egg on the avocado toast!


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madeupeyes:

Here’s one for the ladies who use UD Naked 2.A simple yet beautiful tutorial for a lovely natural smoky eye.Thanks to:

madeupeyes:

Here’s one for the ladies who use UD Naked 2.
A simple yet beautiful tutorial for a lovely natural smoky eye.
Thanks to:


eatcleantrainnasty:

For the Ladies:

Jen Selter ~ Building that amazing booty!

(via beinghealthyandlovingyourself)




I feel very lucky to have that man sort of by my side through this process because he’s such a solid human. It’s nice to have a rock among the waves.

(via beatriceprios)



truebluemeandyou:

DIY Fake Eyelashes Wall Art Tutorial from Make My Lemonade here. Her piece is labeled, “Today I feel” and then descriptions for each pair of eyelashes. I used Chrome to translate from French to English.

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Fake Eyelashes Wall Art Tutorial from Make My Lemonade here. Her piece is labeled, “Today I feel” and then descriptions for each pair of eyelashes. I used Chrome to translate from French to English.