Skinny Days Ahead.

Progression Blog.
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Anonymous asked: dear boyfriend. i'm really scared that i'm doing it wrong. 'It' being, well, everything. i feel guilty for not loving my parents enough, i feel angry at myself for so often being jealous and selfish, i feel scared that my whole life is like this ridiculous house of cards and that i'm just way toloud and weird and sad and uncertain. its like the older i get the more i realise i don't know anything at all. can you help me believe in something solid so i can hold onto it when i start falling again?

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what if tattoos just randomly appeared on our skin at key points in our lives and we had to figure out what they meant for ourselves

Oh, you mean cutie marks?

(via tightdressesandskinnytights)

The Wii U is like a three-legged puppy. I hope someone adopts it, it’s just not going to be me.

Before (2012) and Current (2014) 

I realized I was lacking in the confidence department a couple of years ago and decided to change that. At first I’d focus on simple home workout videos but I couldn’t commit as I found them boring. Moving on, I starting running on the treadmill for 40 minutes daily at my school’s gym. This was better but still fairly boring to me - I couldn’t see a change. 

Finally, I decided to try my luck with weight training. I was very intimidated at first as the weight area in my gym is 90% large, stacked men. However, as I slowly integrated myself into this new routine these men were glad to help. 

I now workout 5 days a week, can squat 70lb (beginner) and take regular spin classes. It has taken a long time to find what works for me but now I feel that I’ll only keep improving as the months go on!

Before (2012) and Current (2014)

I realized I was lacking in the confidence department a couple of years ago and decided to change that. At first I’d focus on simple home workout videos but I couldn’t commit as I found them boring. Moving on, I starting running on the treadmill for 40 minutes daily at my school’s gym. This was better but still fairly boring to me - I couldn’t see a change.

Finally, I decided to try my luck with weight training. I was very intimidated at first as the weight area in my gym is 90% large, stacked men. However, as I slowly integrated myself into this new routine these men were glad to help.

I now workout 5 days a week, can squat 70lb (beginner) and take regular spin classes. It has taken a long time to find what works for me but now I feel that I’ll only keep improving as the months go on!