Palm prints are no longer reserved for tacky, touristy paraphernalia. The palm print is now a wildly popular print that screams Summer!
Kate Upton Aziz Ansari photographed by Terry Richardson at The Beverly Hills Hotel’s Fountain Coffee Room.
The Fountain Coffee Room in Beverly Hills, where the print originated.
If you’re scared of prints, try incorporating a palm printed clutch with any basic Summer ensemble, or add a pillow in your home for an unexpected pop of color.

Swell Bikini Top//Charlotte Olympia Clutch//Juicy Couture Scarf//Palm Print Maxi Dress//Joie Blazer//Michael Kors Pants//Brazilliance Pillow//

 Would you wear a palm print?

Want an intense leg workout that will bring amazing results? I have the perfect workout routine for you! I know those two sentences sounded like they were straight from an infomercial, but I’m not kidding when I say this is intense. And it works. I do this leg workout one day per week, and I also do bodypump two days per week, which includes a leg workout as well. With a clean diet and consistency, you will see a huge difference in the shape of your legs with this workout. Doing a leg workout at least two days per week is ideal to get stronger and see changes in your body. 
I didn’t list the weights that I use below since everyone will be different depending on your fitness level. For reference, I use 70 pounds for squats (on my back), 50 pounds for lunges, no weight for plie squats,  40 pounds for both inner and outer thigh abductors, and 65 pounds for the hamstring curls.
I will be back to share my arms, shoulders, abs, and cardio routines as well. 

There were so many fashion misses at the CFDA awards this year (in my opinion), but here are my favorite looks from the event:

Left to right: Olivia Palermo in Dennis Basso, Sofia Vergara in Herve L Leroux, Ireland Baldwin in David Meister 
Who was the best dressed in your opinion?

Ahi Poke is one of my absolute favorite dishes to order when I go out to eat. Unfortunately sometimes it can be unhealthy when served with chips that are fried in oil. In addition, many soy sauces used in the sauce contain wheat so I set out to re-create a healthier version of Ahi Poke to eat at home. Here’s what you’ll need to prepare Ahi poke over brown rice:
 -1/2 pound of fresh ahi
 -1 teaspoon sesame oil
 -1 tablespoon gluten free soy sauce (or liquid aminos)
 -1 green onion
 -1 crushed garlic glove
 -1/2 cup cooked brown rice
 -1 avocado
 -Coconut oil spray

Step 1: Cook your brown rice.
Step 2: While the rice is cooking, whisk the crushed garlic, soy sauce, and sesame oil together in a bowl.
Step 2: Chop one green onion into small pieces.
Step 3: Cut the ahi into small cubes with a sharp butcher’s knife. Spray a pan with coconut oil and put all of the ahi cubes in the pan. Cook for 30 seconds on each side. The ahi will be cooked on the outside, but completely rare on the inside. You can omit this step–I cooked the outside since I picked the ahi up in the evening and knew it had been put out in the morning, otherwise I would’ve skipped this.

Once everything is ready, place the brown rice on a plate and flatten the top. Add the avocado pieces, then the ahi. Pour the sauce over the ahi. Lastly, add your green onions.

This is such an easy and quick dinner to make. Plus it’s healthy and much less expensive than restaurant poke. The total cost to make this meal was $11.

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