For each person there is a sentence—a series of words—which has the power to destroy them.
-Philip K. Dick (via nouna-x)
I know mine. (via kittenonherown)
You don't look as if you need the gym, awww my imagination is the same, I'm still scared of the dark so going out at night triggers my fears haha!
I hear that a lot “you look fine.” And “you don’t look fat.” But I feel like I am and I’m sure I am over the limit for where I should be (if those little graph things mean anything at all). I would feel a lot better about myself if I were more active. It’s not so much about how I look, more like I would like to feel better about myself.
When I found out I was pregnant with my son, I was 150 lbs. At the end of my pregnancy I was 200lbs. Now I am sitting at 180lbs. The number itself isn’t what bothers me, it is the jigglyness and general unhealthy unfit air that surrounds me.
Now up until this summer I had never really worked out before. Then I started running and let me tell you what, when you start feeling your hard work paying off and you start feeling toned and strong that is addicting! However, where I live, the weather is unpredictable and I cannot be out in cold weather because of an injury I had to my lungs. So I have to find a gym to work out in.
Another nice thing about working out is it gives me some time to myself and a way to get out stress in a positive and safe way.
*after five hours of a migraine it finally begins to fade*
*opens macroeconomic book*
*reads 5 pages, child begins screaming about Christmas, cat knocks over tree, mom asks what I’m doing with my life, dad wants me to clean*
Well that was a great hour.