fullmetalfisting:

Some women want to be house wives and some women want to be Harvard professors and some women want to be porn stars and some women want to be nuns and some women want to be surgeons and there is nothing wrong with anyone’s profession I am sick of people being rude to women about their professions oh my god

(via cardiocutie)

stephynow:

We are the creators of the world around us. Our beliefs and actions vibrate and spiral right back to us.
Do you serve to connect, to love, and to bring peace?
Or are you a slave to dramatics, to competition, and negativity?
When we enslaves ourselves to being heavy, we are plagued. It’s hard to be light when we are weighted down with darkness. To be in the light, we are free. There’s no weight to carry and only love to give.
We can choose to be energy suckers or energy givers. Tune in to what it is you are serving. Your frequency follows your flow. #lovealltheway

(via cleanbodyfreshstart)

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stephynow:

We are the creators of the world around us. Our beliefs and actions vibrate and spiral right back to us.
Do you serve to connect, to love, and to bring peace?
Or are you a slave to dramatics, to competition, and negativity?
When we enslaves ourselves to being heavy, we are plagued. It’s hard to be light when we are weighted down with darkness. To be in the light, we are free. There’s no weight to carry and only love to give.
We can choose to be energy suckers or energy givers. Tune in to what it is you are serving. Your frequency follows your flow. #lovealltheway

(via cleanbodyfreshstart)

combat-kitten:

bodies require food
bodies require rest
bodies require attention
bodies require patience

(via cleanbodyfreshstart)

iwillmakeyouskinny:

I know we have all overeaten before one time or another..but once you’ve eaten that 4th slice of pizza…what do you do then? Here are some things NOT to do.

1. Mistake: Weighing Yourself


You know that your weight can fluctuate a lot from day to day—two pounds from water weight alone is totally normal. So if you binged last night, especially on salty foods that can cause water retention, your scale will reflect it the next morning. Don’t subject yourself to unnecessary angst—steer clear of the scale and focus on having a healthy day instead. (If you wait 48 hours to hop on the scale, your temporary water weight may well disappear by then).

2. Mistake: Skipping Breakfast


Still stuffed? Don’t blow off breakfast—if you do, I can pretty much guarantee you’ll have a bigger lunch or dinner than you want. Ample research shows that people who eat breakfast weigh less and eat healthier than people who skip it. If the thought of a big morning meal makes you queasy, have a little fruit and cottage cheese, a piece of toast with a light coating of peanut butter, or a small bowl of oatmeal and berries.

3. Mistake: Going Crazy at the Gym


If your usual workout routine is 20 minutes on the elliptical, don’t sign up for back-to-back Spinning, Zumba, and Ultimate Abs in an effort to torch off every last crumb. Jumping into a too-intense workout can raise your risk of getting injured. But don’t loaf around either: A brisk walk can help with digestion and soothe that bloated belly feeling.

4. Mistake: Skimping On Sleep


A new Columbia University study just found that people are more likely to crave junky food, like pepperoni pizza, cake, and cheeseburgers, on four hours of sleep than they are on eight hours, possibly because your brain craves a quick energy boost from these foods to fire on all cylinders. Get a good night’s snooze the night of and after your pig-out day to avoid an encore performance.

5. Mistake: Saying “I’ll Never Eat ____ Again”

One of the worst things after a day of less-than-ideal eating is to make any absolute food promises. Swearing off carbs or fried food or sweets may last for a few days or even a few weeks, but research shows that the best weight-loss plans allow for some indulgence in moderation. Don’t make any quick decisions or resolutions—the best thing you can do is just get back to your usual eating M.O. And when in doubt, overdo it on filling fresh fruits and veggies.

(Source: southernandslim, via cardioconfidence)

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iwillmakeyouskinny:

I know we have all overeaten before one time or another..but once you’ve eaten that 4th slice of pizza…what do you do then? Here are some things NOT to do.

1. Mistake: Weighing Yourself


You know that your weight can fluctuate a lot from day to day—two pounds from water weight alone is totally normal. So if you binged last night, especially on salty foods that can cause water retention, your scale will reflect it the next morning. Don’t subject yourself to unnecessary angst—steer clear of the scale and focus on having a healthy day instead. (If you wait 48 hours to hop on the scale, your temporary water weight may well disappear by then).

2. Mistake: Skipping Breakfast


Still stuffed? Don’t blow off breakfast—if you do, I can pretty much guarantee you’ll have a bigger lunch or dinner than you want. Ample research shows that people who eat breakfast weigh less and eat healthier than people who skip it. If the thought of a big morning meal makes you queasy, have a little fruit and cottage cheese, a piece of toast with a light coating of peanut butter, or a small bowl of oatmeal and berries.

3. Mistake: Going Crazy at the Gym


If your usual workout routine is 20 minutes on the elliptical, don’t sign up for back-to-back Spinning, Zumba, and Ultimate Abs in an effort to torch off every last crumb. Jumping into a too-intense workout can raise your risk of getting injured. But don’t loaf around either: A brisk walk can help with digestion and soothe that bloated belly feeling.

4. Mistake: Skimping On Sleep


A new Columbia University study just found that people are more likely to crave junky food, like pepperoni pizza, cake, and cheeseburgers, on four hours of sleep than they are on eight hours, possibly because your brain craves a quick energy boost from these foods to fire on all cylinders. Get a good night’s snooze the night of and after your pig-out day to avoid an encore performance.

5. Mistake: Saying “I’ll Never Eat ____ Again”

One of the worst things after a day of less-than-ideal eating is to make any absolute food promises. Swearing off carbs or fried food or sweets may last for a few days or even a few weeks, but research shows that the best weight-loss plans allow for some indulgence in moderation. Don’t make any quick decisions or resolutions—the best thing you can do is just get back to your usual eating M.O. And when in doubt, overdo it on filling fresh fruits and veggies.

(Source: southernandslim, via cardioconfidence)

stephynow:

Day 4: Ankle Stretch with @tyneedncer for #yogabums & #yogafundamentals.

(via befit-behealthy-beyou)

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stephynow:

Day 4: Ankle Stretch with @tyneedncer for #yogabums & #yogafundamentals.

(via befit-behealthy-beyou)

vegan-because-fuck-you:

"Being vegan won’t stop animals dying completely, as long as humans are on this earth animals are going to die"

Homeless person wants some change? Sorry buddy, but giving you $1 won’t end homelessness, so why should I bother?????

Recycling? Why fucking bother, one person recycling won’t end the environmental devastation we are inflicting upon this world, so why the FUCK should I bother??

WE can’t do EVERYTHING so OBVIOUSLY we should do NOTHING.

(via playingcool)

smashingcontrolmachines:

I’m not interested in a world where men really want to watch porn but resist because they’ve been shamed; I’m interested in a world where men are raised from birth with such an unshakable understanding of women as living human beings that they are incapable of being aroused by their exploitation.

(via veganradical)