It's Time

HI! I'm a 22 year old girl and I'm making the decision to get healthy.

Height: 5'5"
HW: 225
CW: 158.3
GW: 150
UGW: 133
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My legs were made for walking, not to look skinny. My tummy was made for holding my organs, not to be flat. My bones were made as a structural foundation for my body, not to stick out. Appreciate what your body can do for you instead of trying to make it ‘look good’.

only-coffeenosugar:

it’s both :)

So here’s the thing my lovely tumblr fitness girls and guys: I no longer have internet at home. Thus the lack of posts. Also if you are a friend on myfitnesspal you will notice I haven’t logged in a long time. This is also due to the above stated problem of no internet. I’ve been trying to keep up with my fitness despite having no internet to log or motivate myself, but, as I am the most clumsy person in the world, I have sprained my ankle once again. *sigh* So my workouts have slowed and changed, but I am still trying to eat healthy wholesome foods. Which goes well on some days and not so much on others. Here’s to hoping I heal soon and can get back to loosing weight, getting in shape, and being most healthy I have ever been. 

buddingbody:

The only thing that has ever worked (long term) for me.

runsleepygirl:

closer-each-day:

Sometimes I drink too much vodka or eat 3 servings of macaroni and cheese in one sitting, but by far the most unhealthy habit I have is comparing myself to others.

This is one of my favorite things I’ve ever read on tumblr

ladyknucklesinshape:

startnew-habits:

happyhealthyhopeful:

missjaaayna:

On reactions to her weight loss:I find it funny that people now come up to me and say, ‘Wow, you are absolutely gorgeous’. I’m like, ‘I was beautiful before I lost weight. Egotistically speaking, I thought I was amazing’
-Raven Symone

This quote. Exactly why I dislike before and afters. Why are you to judge a woman solely on her appearance, and deem her as ‘beautiful’ after she has lost the weight? Beauty is not defined by a low weight.

 i have rebloged this 20million times and i will do it again

this. Raven was my role model for my lil fat self in grade school. Beautiful then, Beautiful now.

perfecting-imperfecti0n:

Healthy is not eliminating entire food groups or following crazy crash diets.
Healthy is not exercising to compensate for things you already ate or to merely burn calories.
Healthy is not eating 100% clean 100% of the time.
Healthy is not loving your body if and only if you weigh xxx pounds.
Healthy is not comparing yourself to the photoshopped models in magazines or actors on tv.
Healthy does not require having a thigh gap.
Healthy is not tracking every single calories, fat gram or amount of sugar you consume.


Healthy is learning to balence things that you need to do with things that you want to do.
Healthy is eating whatever you want whenever you want and listening to what your body craves.
Healthy is exercising in moderation for enjoyment and pleasure.
Healthy is taking care of yourself when you are sick or struggling.
Healthy is acknowledging that you are not and will never be perfect but accepting and loving yourself anyways.

my-body-not-yours:

one day.

You are not a pear, you are not an hourglass, you are not an apple; you are a human being, with bumps and crevices and scars. You are a million shapes rolled into one. You are a universe within yourself. You are a human being, and you are magnificent. 

Tagged: #body love