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I hope to be the shining light in the dark world of thinspo, unhealthy advice and incorrect information. Life is about being happy and loving yourself, and that includes your body. Feed it with the foods it loves, let it run free, treat it to a nice dinner and some wine every now and again and your body will take care of you too. <3

Cycling Instructor at The Fitness Center at Kilroy
Group Fitness Instructor and Personal Trainer at Mo-Mentum Fitness

Nationally Certified:
- Personal Trainer
- Group Fitness Instructor
- Schwinn Indoor Cycling Instructor
- Bootie Camp Yoga Instructor

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phosphorescentt:

today is the one year anniversary of this post

phosphorescentt:

today is the one year anniversary of this post

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UCSB will always be my home. You hear about shootings around the country, but you never really fully understand until it happens in your own backyard. What this mentally ill madman did to these beautiful people is heartbreaking and our community will never be the same. My heart goes out to Katie, Veronica, Chris, George, and Weihan and Cheng (or as they were known to their peers, David and James) and their families. This tragedy has affected all of us and I’m very proud of Isla Vista for staying strong. Gaucho for life

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lesbianships:

sonianeverland:

barbiefett:

azurite-crystals:

So lemme get this straight

Robin Thicke

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this is ok and sexy and fun haha

Justin Timberlake

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This is ok and artsy and oh wow how modern

Miley Cyrus

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THIS IS OBSCENE WHAT A SLUT I CANNOT BELIEVE THIS IS WHAT SHES DOING THIS IS MADDNESS HOW DARE SHE WHAT A SLUT WHAT DOES HER FATHER THINK I AM GOING TO FAINT

Is this correct?

reblogging a gain

Because naked women have to be under a man’s control or else they’re dangerous and scary

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teenshealthandfitness:

Go workout!

teenshealthandfitness:

Go workout!

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I think we found our bar. Our second home. @da_jenks  (at Tap Shack)

I think we found our bar. Our second home. @da_jenks (at Tap Shack)

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First cup of coffee in the new place. Thank you @smj237 for replacing one oft favorite mugs. You&#8217;re so awesome!! #cheshire #somelikeithot #disappearingcat

First cup of coffee in the new place. Thank you @smj237 for replacing one oft favorite mugs. You’re so awesome!! #cheshire #somelikeithot #disappearingcat

sandflake:

I dearly wish that people would view their bodies as they view flowers…

Veins everywhere?

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gorgeous~

Skin patches? Birthmarks?

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hella rad~

Scars? Stretch marks?

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beautiful~

Freckles? Moles? Acne scars?

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heckie yeah~

Large? Curvy?

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lovely~

Small? Thin?

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charming~

Missing a few pieces?

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handsome as ever~

Feel like you just look weird?

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you’re fantastic looking~

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And we shall christen this new chapter in life! @sheri358 #newport #thebigmove #allaboutthatbeachlife  (at Rusty Pelican - Newport Beach)

And we shall christen this new chapter in life! @sheri358 #newport #thebigmove #allaboutthatbeachlife (at Rusty Pelican - Newport Beach)

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foods4me:

Bow Tie Pasta Primavera with Avocado Pesto (vegan)

mylife-mylove-mybody:

my-life-in-sneakers:

20 reps of each move, repeat the circuit 4 times.

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runnurgurl:

6 Ways Exercising Helps Your Mental Health
Diligent gym habits aren’t just about physical health. Research shows exercise can improve your mental health, too.
Exercise Cranks Up Creativity Thinking outside the box in the workplace may be as easy as going outside your cubicle. A recent Dutch study published in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience suggests that people who exercise regularly are also better atcreative thinking. So if you’ve been stuck on a task for a while, taking a stroll during your lunchbreak may be just the thing to get you past the block.
Exercise Increases Self-Esteem Talk about a runner’s high! A report in theJournal of Adolescent Health suggests that engaging in physical activities (particularly during early teen years of adolescence) has a positive correlation with reported self-esteem years down the line. So start early and reap the rewards for years to come!
Want an added psychosocial boost? Try exercising outdoors — according to one a past study in theInternational Journal of Environmental Health Research, working out in outdoor environments lifts self esteem more than if you were hoofing it on the elliptical indoors.
Exercise Lessens Anxiety While exercise doesn’t quite have pharmaceutical-grade effects on extreme cases of anxiety, research in theInternational Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine suggests that physical activity is effective in relieving symptoms in mild cases. Whether it’s hitting the free weights or getting your om on, releasing tension in your muscles can trail back all the way to your head.
Exercise Improves Memory Having trouble remembering names or appointments? Time to lace up the sneakers. In a study published inPhysiology and Behavior, subjects performed significantly better in a memory task after strenuous exercise than those who rested. Staying active is also a huge help for age-related mind decay. Research published inNeurology indicates that exercise helps preserve cognitive function as you get older. So while picking up the crossword or a new language definitely helps in memory decline, you may also want to pick up a pair of dumbbells while you’re at it.
Exercise Curbs Cravings and Addiction We all know that runner’s high is caused by the release of dopamine into the body — and this is a good thing, especially when we have other not-so-healthy vices that tap into the pleasure chemical, such as alcohol, drugs, sex or food. According to research in Addiction, habitual cigarette smokers show that short amounts of physical activity momentarily broke their cravings. If you’re trying to break a bad habit, get out and move a little until the moment has passed.
Exercise Pumps Up Productivity Managers rejoice! Cubicle workers who were also regular exercises reported in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine feeling more productive and energized during their workdays compared to their chair-bound colleagues. So the next time your boss gives you grief about your midday yoga session, just let her know it’s all part of the plan to help you meet deadlines.
https://shine.yahoo.com/healthy-living/6-ways-exercising-helps-mental-health-142800997.html

runnurgurl:

6 Ways Exercising Helps Your Mental Health

Diligent gym habits aren’t just about physical health. Research shows exercise can improve your mental health, too.

Exercise Cranks Up Creativity 
Thinking outside the box in the workplace may be as easy as going outside your cubicle. A recent Dutch study published in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience suggests that people who exercise regularly are also better atcreative thinking. So if you’ve been stuck on a task for a while, taking a stroll during your lunchbreak may be just the thing to get you past the block.

Exercise Increases Self-Esteem 
Talk about a runner’s high! A report in theJournal of Adolescent Health suggests that engaging in physical activities (particularly during early teen years of adolescence) has a positive correlation with reported self-esteem years down the line. So start early and reap the rewards for years to come!

Want an added psychosocial boost? Try exercising outdoors — according to one a past study in theInternational Journal of Environmental Health Research, working out in outdoor environments lifts self esteem more than if you were hoofing it on the elliptical indoors.

Exercise Lessens Anxiety 
While exercise doesn’t quite have pharmaceutical-grade effects on extreme cases of anxiety, research in theInternational Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine suggests that physical activity is effective in relieving symptoms in mild cases. Whether it’s hitting the free weights or getting your om on, releasing tension in your muscles can trail back all the way to your head.

Exercise Improves Memory 
Having trouble remembering names or appointments? Time to lace up the sneakers. In a study published inPhysiology and Behavior, subjects performed significantly better in a memory task after strenuous exercise than those who rested. Staying active is also a huge help for age-related mind decay. Research published inNeurology indicates that exercise helps preserve cognitive function as you get older. So while picking up the crossword or a new language definitely helps in memory decline, you may also want to pick up a pair of dumbbells while you’re at it.

Exercise Curbs Cravings and Addiction 
We all know that runner’s high is caused by the release of dopamine into the body — and this is a good thing, especially when we have other not-so-healthy vices that tap into the pleasure chemical, such as alcohol, drugs, sex or food. According to research in Addiction, habitual cigarette smokers show that short amounts of physical activity momentarily broke their cravings. If you’re trying to break a bad habit, get out and move a little until the moment has passed.

Exercise Pumps Up Productivity 
Managers rejoice! Cubicle workers who were also regular exercises reported in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine feeling more productive and energized during their workdays compared to their chair-bound colleagues. So the next time your boss gives you grief about your midday yoga session, just let her know it’s all part of the plan to help you meet deadlines.

https://shine.yahoo.com/healthy-living/6-ways-exercising-helps-mental-health-142800997.html

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"Being thin is not more important than enjoying life "

— Mariska Hargitay  (via tobeheal-ed)

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