When I get in a relationship
(hopefully with that one special person I currently love),
I want a Cory and Topanga relationship
like on Boy Meets World
We can joke around like this:
We can be ourselves like this:
You can comfort me like this:
We can be in each other’s arms like this:
We can kiss like this: \
We can hang out like this: ♥♥♥♥♥
Make a promise to yourself.
I found out today (via a quiz on the internet) that I have a Triangle body shape and that my body type is a mix between endomorph and mesomorph.
Here’s what the website had to say about me:
Classically feminine, with shapely legs, a whittled waist, and a curvy bum.
Triangles have higher levels of estrogen, which signals fertility. Wider hips may protect from heart disease and boost the chances of living longer. With your body shape, obesity increases your risk for memory loss and mental decline; staying trim as you age is important.
Humans are hard-wired to find your figure attractive, from way back in caveman times. A triangle body shape, which stores fat in the hips and thighs, suggests that you can maintain a pregnancy and produce healthy children.
Fashion Tip: Add structure
Your chest and shoulders are small, so add volume to your upper half. This summer, try a boatneck shirt with horizontal stripes, or a wide scoop neck in bright jewel tones. On chilly evenings, go for a cropped jacket, or a cardigan with three-quarter sleeves.
Not too bad, eh? I don’t mind sharing a body type with these women. I mean, who would, right?
Find out what your body shape is (you will need a tape measure or a piece of string with a ruler!) by going to this site and taking the quiz: http://www.youbeauty.com/quizzes/body-type
FYI: You will need to sign up with the website. I did, and so far I haven’t regretted the decision because of mass emails or anything…but just so you know. To each their own.
a site to pick your yoga exercises:
a site to set up a work out plan:
reblog and share the awesome links :)
I will follow back. It doesn’t matter the type of weight loss blog you have. :)
Lol so many of you follow I’ll follow back
Wow! School’s back in session and man, oh man! I am one busy girl now! So I apologize for not having posted anything for awhile.
I have been doing a pretty good job eating healthy. I’ve cut back on going out to eat a lot and have been working out a bit more. This week I’ve started reverting back to not exercising and eating poorly though :(. I know, I know. It’s not good. But I am still nowhere near as bad as I was prior to my decision to change my lifestyle. However, on the plus side, I weighed myself today for the first time in a couple of weeks and I’ve lost a couple pounds. I’d have to check what I weighed before to know how much exactly I’ve lost, but I’m no longer in the 170’s!
It’s always rewarding when you weigh yourself and you see that you’ve come over a hump. That’s what I feel like for whenever I move into the next set of ten pounds. Even if I’ve only lost one pound, just seeing the scale go from 180lbs to 179lbs is such a great feeling. The best feeling so far though, was when I was able to see the scale go from 200lbs to 199lbs. That was momentous for me.
Now I don’t mean to say that weight is all that matters, because it doesn’t and it’s not that big of a deal. It is however a factor of your health and that is the goal here: to be healthy. I’ve lost almost 60 pounds since May, but that is a very poor representation of the health that I’ve gained. Much more important than that is how I feel now compared to how I feel then. My clothes fit better, many of them I’ve gotten rid of because they were too big. My body doesn’t ache like it used to. I can walk up the stairs to my classes on the top floor without being winded. I have more energy. I’m happier. I laugh more now. I’m not afraid to go outside. I’m not constantly worrying about how people see me or what they’re saying about “the fat girl” behind my back.
The benefits I’ve gained from leading a positive, healthy lifestyle are far more important to me than the number of pounds I lost. When trying to see how healthy I am, I’m not looking solely at the scale. I look to my life - what I’m eating, how much stronger I am, my outlook on life, and many, many other things. To me, that’s healthy.
Just thought that I would share this story with you all. I’m sure you’ve heard it already, but it’s still a nice story. It has nothing to do with weight loss or anything like that, but it always makes me smile, and sometimes, that’s all you need.
A man was walking along a deserted beach at sunset. As he walked he could see a young boy in the distance, as he drew nearer he noticed that the boy kept bending down, picking something up and throwing it into the water. Time and again he kept hurling things into the ocean.
As the man approached even closer, he was able to see that the boy was picking up starfish that had been washed up on the beach and, one at a time he was throwing them back into the water.
The man asked the boy what he was doing, the boy replied,”I am throwing these washed up starfish back into the ocean, or else they will die through lack of oxygen. “But”, said the man, “You can’t possibly save them all, there are thousands on this beach, and this must be happening on hundreds of beaches along the coast. You can’t possibly make a difference.” The boy smiled, bent down and picked up another starfish, and as he threw it back into the sea, he replied.
“I made a huge difference to that one!”
We should all take a lesson from this boy. You may not always be changing the whole wide world, but you can always change someone’s world. Sometimes the smallest things are what make the biggest difference.
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