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interruptedbyanal:

lmao people mock fanfiction but when u think about it some people manage to create novel-length stories that are extremely well written without getting paid and they do it on top of school and work and everything else in their lives just because they love to write and they love the original story or the people they write about like im pretty sure that’s more productive than being the person who is just sat there laughing at it all

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momentariness:

Treadmill? Also, it’s okay to feel mopey every once in a while and just lie around the bed all day. It recharged batteries.

Treadmill doesn’t give me the same relieved feeling running outside gives me, it’s really only a bad substitute when I’m already at the gym anyways. Meh. I think I’ll just stay on the couch today.

Good choice. I personally loathe treadmills.

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weaponsgradegains:

questforthegainz:

Now for srs post:

For those who don’t know, I was very overweight at one point. I was 250lbs (I was about 220 in photo 1) and struggling with a lot of things (Suicide, Depression..etc). After years of social pressure I got desperate to lose weight. I dropped about 120lbs in a few months by excessive and dangerous amounts of cardio and eating very, very little (under 1K), and abusing diet pills. I was eating so little that it was almost fully anorexic. I hesitate to call it that because I only fought with it for about a year.

I haven’t really found a picture yet that shows how “skinny” I got until now. In that middle picture I was 130ish. I hardly ate in public, and when I did it was for show and under the guise of “portion control.” I was always tired. To make things worse no one even questioned it. I thought it was normal and okay. People saw me drop a HUGE amount of weight dangerously fast and no one thought to make sure I was being healthy. Appearance was all most people cared about. I looked skinny, so that’s what mattered. Which is why I care so little about what others have to say about my body now. 

Fast forward a few years to the last photo and I’ve put on almost 55lbs  (I think 180 in that photo taken last Friday) since 2011. 30 of those coming in the last 5 months I started powerlifting. It’s given me enormous amounts of confidence and strength (both mental and physical). 

Now really sure how to wrap this up other than saying that you all are fine the way you are. You don’t have to starve and work yourselves into the ground to achieve some bullshit social standard. Be healthy in the terms you want to be healthy and love your body. If you are going to try to lose weight and make changes, be patient and trust the process.  

I’ve picked up a lot of new followers over the past 2 or so weeks and I wanted to reblog this more for the fact that if anyone is struggling with image or ED’s or anything my inbox is open and I have no problem listening if you just want to rant.

Posting this as an example for the blog post before this.

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Fit vs. Skinny

The more fitness posts I read, the more often I come across posts where people mention having lost a considerable amount of weight with unhealthy measures and nobody questioned it.

And it just makes me realize how lucky I was that during the two times in my life when I lost a large amount of weight in a short period of time, there were people there that held me accountable.

First, in high school when I started going to a martial arts class: I didn’t notice that I’d lost weight or gotten skinnier then (and now that I think about it, I was probably being a bit unhealthy because I skipped dinner before every class), but two of my teachers came up to me and voiced their concerns.

And then, about two years ago, when it became visible that I had lost a lot of weight because my clothes wouldn’t fit right anymore. My friends and my parents all asked me separately, if I was okay, if I was eating enough. It even got to a point where it annoyed me, but I realize now that if I had had an eating disorder, annoying would have probably been the right way to go.

I just want to tell you this: If a friend or family member is losing a large amount of weight quickly, question them. Talk to them about it! I am not saying they are unhealthy. But if they are, then you won’t find out about it unless you ask. And if they’re not, then they’ll happily talk to you about.

benedictedcumberbabeof221:

acitymadeofsong:

wasureneba:

tomlinfaggot:

liquidpixie:

dialray:

ultimagus:

littlewhinging:

still one of the best things ive ever seen.
slaughter melon reporting for duty.

BROCONUT

m a n g ERI NE 

FUCKING SLAUGHTERMELON

too good to not reblog

How can I not reblog slaughtermelon?

isn’t bombegranite cucumber an actor

I knew that was coming

benedictedcumberbabeof221:

acitymadeofsong:

wasureneba:

tomlinfaggot:

liquidpixie:

dialray:

ultimagus:

littlewhinging:

still one of the best things ive ever seen.

slaughter melon reporting for duty.

BROCONUT

m a n g ERI NE

FUCKING SLAUGHTERMELON

too good to not reblog

How can I not reblog slaughtermelon?

isn’t bombegranite cucumber an actor

I knew that was coming

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Fitness Saturday.

I just spent a wonderful morning at the gym with my friend. We went swimming for about an hour and then to the sauna. Chances are, we’ll go again tomorrow, because she can take me to her gym for free on the weekends (I don’t have a membership there because they’re too expensive).

We also had a very cool conversation about body image (hers and mine). I think it’s always kind of enlightening to talk to others how they see themselves, especially when you think they’re so very beautiful.

Divergent

Ugh, I always get so involved in books that I actually get sick and heartbroken and I end up bawling whenever something traumatic happens in the books.

Divergent is a good example. I’m on book three now and everything is breaking my soul. It’s awful.

Re-blog if you’re a fitblr/healthblr 23 years old or older

Not sure if I really can call myself a “healthblr”… but yep.

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