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Work your booty from all angles and make it pop with these 10 butt exercises for women. An intense 30 minute workout that will bring your muscles to full fatigue while keeping your heart rate up! http://www.spotebi.com/workout-routines/booty-pop-workout-bikini-body-sequence/

Work your booty from all angles and make it pop with these 10 butt exercises for women. An intense 30 minute workout that will bring your muscles to full fatigue while keeping your heart rate up! http://www.spotebi.com/workout-routines/booty-pop-workout-bikini-body-sequence/

Flat Stomach Belly Fat Blaster – my custom workout created at WorkoutLabs.com • Click through to download as printable PDF! #customworkout

Flat Stomach Belly Fat Blaster – my custom workout created at WorkoutLabs.com • Click through to download as printable PDF! #customworkout

Exercice balls Workout...

Exercice balls Workout...

Surreal Sunset

Surreal Sunset

inspiring...The theme for February is Navigating the Unexpected~ | MYSTICMAMMA.COM : consciousness, spirituality, wisdom, inspiration

inspiring...The theme for February is Navigating the Unexpected~ | MYSTICMAMMA.COM : consciousness, spirituality, wisdom, inspiration

New Zealand

New Zealand

The Helix Nebula (NGC 7293) is a large planetary nebula located in the constellation Aquarius, approx. 215 parsecs or 700 light-years distant from Earth. It was the first planetary nebula discovered to contain cometary knots, which can be seen as globs with tails around the center of the “pupil”. There are more than 20,000 cometary knots estimated to be in the Helix Nebula. These knots remain somewhat of a mystery to astronomers. NASA/Hubble/JPL/Cal Tech

The Helix Nebula (NGC 7293) is a large planetary nebula located in the constellation Aquarius, approx. 215 parsecs or 700 light-years distant from Earth. It was the first planetary nebula discovered to contain cometary knots, which can be seen as globs with tails around the center of the “pupil”. There are more than 20,000 cometary knots estimated to be in the Helix Nebula. These knots remain somewhat of a mystery to astronomers. NASA/Hubble/JPL/Cal Tech

eye-of-the-drain-sink

eye-of-the-drain-sink