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Thinking positive is just as easy as thinking negative! So think positive #recovery #addiction www.halfwaytherefl.com

Thinking positive is just as easy as thinking negative! So think positive #recovery #addiction www.halfwaytherefl.com

STOP BEING AFRAID OF WHAT COULD GO WRONG AND THINK OF WHAT COULD GO RIGHT | Liya made this with Spoken.ly

STOP BEING AFRAID OF WHAT COULD GO WRONG AND THINK OF WHAT COULD GO RIGHT | Liya made this with Spoken.ly

What you tell yourself everyday will either lift you up or tear you down.

What you tell yourself everyday will either lift you up or tear you down.

Find more awesome #weightloss #motivation content on website

Find more awesome #weightloss #motivation content on website

Inspirational Quotes Of The Week - 30 Pics

Inspirational Quotes Of The Week - 30 Pics

Simply step away from a situation, find the positive and change the way you look at something if the situation cannot be changed. #1MinuteStressSaviour

Simply step away from a situation, find the positive and change the way you look at something if the situation cannot be changed. #1MinuteStressSaviour

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Via @meowscott on Instagram

Le Luci Della Centrale Elettrica, "Cara catastrofe"

Le Luci Della Centrale Elettrica, "Cara catastrofe"

In winter, red foxes (Vulpes vulpes) meet to mate. The vixen (female) typically gives birth to a litter of 2 to 12 pups. At birth, red foxes are actually brown or gray. A new red coat usually grows in by the end of the first month, but some red foxes are golden, reddish-brown, silver, or even black. Both parents care for their young through the summer before they are able to strike out on their own in the fall.

In winter, red foxes (Vulpes vulpes) meet to mate. The vixen (female) typically gives birth to a litter of 2 to 12 pups. At birth, red foxes are actually brown or gray. A new red coat usually grows in by the end of the first month, but some red foxes are golden, reddish-brown, silver, or even black. Both parents care for their young through the summer before they are able to strike out on their own in the fall.

Give me ur cookies! (I'm keeping the original poster's caption because it's perfect!)

Give me ur cookies! (I'm keeping the original poster's caption because it's perfect!)