10 Aesthetic Food Instagrams To Follow

10 Aesthetic Food instagrams To Follow

Keep up a mouth-watering feed to inspire the foodie in you!


What would an Instagram feed be without food? Here are ten great food Instagrams to follow!

9. @halfbakedharvest

Tieghan Gerard on Instagram: “my goal in life? never eat another boring salad. ever. enter this grilled balsamic chicken cobb salad --> marinated grilled chicken, sweet…”

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6 Major Health Benefits Of A Crazy Road Trip

Take that sick road trip you've been wanting to go on, it's actually super good for your health.


We all have a crazy adventure planned, that we live out solely through our Pinterest boards. It wasn't until recently, when I myself took the trip of a lifetime with two of my best friends, that I realized how good road trips can actually be for both your mind AND body.

Driving = Hippocampus Expansion

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Driving, especially long distances, helps your brain with spatial reasoning. A Sunny Afternoon explains that driving actually helps this region of the brain make calculations and increases brain power. Kinda like sudoku... but on wheels.

New places, faces and experiences = MENTAL WORKOUT

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Think of all the cool things you will see, the hundreds of different people you could meet, and the awesome places you'll explore. This overload of new information to process will help your brain build its capacity.


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Fresh air and sunshine is the key to bettering your mind, which leads to bettering your body. Not only do your lungs get a break from pollution-filled air, but the sun boosts the Vitamin D levels in your body to put you in a better mood.

Good company = good mood.

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Choose your travel buddies wisely. Yes, you'll be stuck in the car with them for a LONG period of time, but they also can help with your mental health. The happier you are and the more you laugh, the bigger boost your serotonin levels will get.

You (most likely) will get a lot of good exercise.

Taylor Kellogg

OK, hear me out... I know being cooped up in the car on a road trip isn't very good exercise. It's so important to pick a place that features some sort of physical aspect (I just took a hiking trip to a few national parks in Utah) so you can stretch those legs.

Your mind will thank you for finally going tech-free.

Taylor Kellogg

We're all obsessed with our phones (you are... admit it). Going on a road trip is the perfect way to go unplugged and give your eyes/mind a rest. Less smartphone/email/social media time means less stress.

If you need some backup for convincing your parents to let you go on a road trip, show them this article. You're welcome and travel safe!!!

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Just Get Rid Of It

Stay away from women's bodies!


Age 12:

Sent home for a dress because it revealed my collarbones.

Age 14:

Forced to wear solid black leggings in the Southern California summer heat because my high school's women's teams were too scandalous with their practice wear. The football team passed us either shirtless, or with ripped shirts.

Age 18:

Shown a video of a fetus being aborted.

Was told "pre-ejaculation secretions" have the highest sperm count.

Was told our self worth would dwindle each time we had sex.

Age 20:

Was told I should feel "sorry" for the boy that groped me because those were the lengths he had to go to get some ass.

There's something to be said about the way we bring women up. My mother is one of the kindest, most gentle women in the world. In an effort to put her daughter in what she assumed would be the best possible place for my education I attended the beloved Catholic school system in my small town. She hoped placing me in an institution with a religious foundation would encourage me to be the greatest person I could potentially be. I can say looking back, Catholic middle schools and high schools are the perfect symbol for how America treats women today. For 13 years, the men and women I was forced to look up to reiterated the hatred and disrespect our justice system has for women.

Abortion is a choice that no woman wants to make. Abortion is also the option that no man has to face. It's interesting how we've paved the path for women in America. We refuse to educate our students and provide a mandatory, medically-backed sexual education. At 16, sexually active students assumed pregnancy could not occur if a woman was menstruating. At 18, I was shown images of sexually transmitted diseases, but was only told not to have sex in order to avoid them. In my early adulthood, I have been exposed to the horrors of our failing healthcare system. Being that I can barely afford a co-pay for strep throat, I could not imagine balancing being a full-time student, affording the cost of living in Los Angeles, and recurrent doctors bills. It seems that our nation is pushing more and more women towards sexual ignorance, which will inevitably lead to unwanted pregnancies.

There's so much to say about where we are; I have never felt more ashamed in my national identity. In every stage of my life, I have been shamed for my sexuality. Whether it be the clothes on my back or the resources I have, time and time again decisions to take away my rights have been made at the hands of men. I cannot find a logical argument to back the title "pro-life" for those that are stripping away women's rights. With a mindset comprised of viewing health-care as a privilege, higher education as a privilege, gun ownership as a right, sexual education as something that should not be mandated, AND abortion as "murder", it seems that white, wealthy men are the only individuals deserving of rights and protection. It is time to stand against the integration of church and state. Stand up for your fellow women and understand the damage that will come if Roe v. Wade is not upheld. Because it's all fun and games for the Chads of America until they look a tearful woman in the eyes and mutter the words "just get rid of it."

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