Are you ever super obsessed with something for a while and then it fades out into you casually liking the thing and then something triggers it and suddenly it’s back to full blown obsession

myheartislikeastallionn dayle you will always be obsessed with fall out boy and I’m rooting for you the whole way

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"She was 2 lbs 11 ounces when she was born. We named her after Amelia Earhart, in case she needed to fly away."

So, that’s over.


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Anonymous said: how long did it take you to lose that weight?

oi, I went to the doctor around mid feb and decided that day to try and lose weight, and I lost about 25 lbs in about two months, which was unhealthy. I didn’t really know how to take care of my body and I ended up feeling really tired and sluggish all the time.

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I need study motivation ):

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Anonymous said: hey girl! I saw that you made a post on your weightloss progress and you're doing GREAT!! I'm currently 180 pounds and looking to turn my life around with healthy eating and exercise. If you could share a few things that you've been doing, I would be grateful. Thank you and keep up the good work!!

Aw wow, thank you! Thats great that you decided to make changes!  
What worked for me was clean eating and exercise, simple as that. A few things I changed for myself…

-EAT BREAKFAST. Always, everyday! I stayed away from greasy breakfast or freezer foods. My favorite thing to make is oatmeal! You can get a huge thing of oats from Walmart for like $2, and add lots to it. I make a 1/2 cup, mush up a banana and add that, sprinkle some cinnamon in and put chopped peaches on top. Its my favorite thing and it keeps you full for a long time! You can google oatmeal recipes too to get some ideas (and other healthy breakfast ideas).

-Stock up on fruits and veggies! I made it a habit to walk to the grocery store about every two days and buy fruits and veggies that were on sale (it always feels good to walk somewhere instead of drive, if its convenient for you). Check the sale papers and see whats cheap. I got into the habit of reaching for carrots or berries as a snack instead of chips, sweets, etc.

-Lots and lots and lots of water. Bottles of it, everyday. Very important. 

-And exercise! I get out of the house everyday, whether its walking, running, or riding my bike. I started out very small and just went for 1/2 hr or hour walks everyday, but it makes you feel great! Eventually I got into running, but it took some time. If you’re doing intense (or even not-so-intense) cardio or any kind of working out, make sure you are eating and hydrating properly. Be kind to your body and give it the fuel it needs! 

(but P.S. don’t be afraid to treat yourself, a sweet thing every once in a while won’t ruin your progress :) ) 

Thats what I can think of right now, don’t be shy to message me off anon too, I’d love to see how you’re doing! :) 

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ppl on this website be like your grades don’t measure your intelligence but whether or not you drink tea and like dr. who does

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