okay-jess:

aquateentaskforce:

bootyscientist:

That’s right, put in work
Move ya ass, go berserk!

Eat yo salad
No dessert

get that man you deserve

okay-jess:

aquateentaskforce:

bootyscientist:

That’s right, put in work

Move ya ass, go berserk!

Eat yo salad

No dessert

get that man you deserve

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nivueniconnue:

#April Intentions Day 14 : Camel pose
This is a pose I’ve always loved because it opens my heart, and makes me feel like a goddess. I have an automatic smile on my face when doing this. :)
1. Kneel on the floor with your knees hip width and thighs perpendicular to the floor. Rotate your thighs inward slightly, narrow your hip points, and firm but don’t harden your buttocks. Imagine that you’re drawing your sitting bones up, into your torso. Keep your outer hips as soft as possible. Press your shins and the tops of your feet firmly into floor.
2. Rest your hands on the back of your pelvis, bases of the palms on the tops of the buttocks, fingers pointing down. Use your hands to spread the back pelvis and lengthen it down through your tail bone. Then lightly firm the tail forward, toward the pubis. Make sure though that your front groins don’t “puff” forward. To prevent this, press your front thighs back, countering the forward action of your tail. Inhale and lift your heart by pressing the shoulder blades against your back ribs.
3. Now lean back against the firmness of the tail bone and shoulder blades. For the time being keep your head up, chin near the sternum, and your hands on the pelvis. Beginners probably won’t be able to drop straight back into this pose, touching the hands to the feet simultaneously while keeping the thighs perpendicular to the floor. If you need to, tilt the thighs back a little from the perpendicular and minimally twist to one side to get one hand on the same-side foot. Then press your thighs back to perpendicular, turn your torso back to neutral, and touch the second hand to its foot. If you’re not able to touch your feet without compressing your lower back, turn your toes under and elevate your heels.
4. See that your lower front ribs aren’t protruding sharply toward the ceiling, which hardens the belly and compresses the lower back. Release the front ribs and lift the front of the pelvis up, toward the ribs. Then lift the lower back ribs away from the pelvis to keep the lower spine as long as possible. Press your palms firmly against your soles (or heels), with the bases of the palms on the heels and the fingers pointing toward the toes. Turn your arms outwardly so the elbow creases face forward, without squeezing the shoulder blades together. You can keep your neck in a relatively neutral position, neither flexed nor extended, or drop your head back. But be careful not to strain your neck and harden your throat.
5. Stay in this pose anywhere from 30 seconds to a minute. To exit, bring your hands onto the front of your pelvis, at the hip points. Inhale and lift the head and torso up by pushing the hip points down, toward the floor. If your head is back, lead with your heart to come up, not by jutting the chin toward the ceiling and leading with your brain. Rest in Child’s Pose for a few breaths.
Explanation from Yoga Journal
My intention for today was to center myself on the present, as I tend to use distraction to avoid important things. Yoga practice in the silence, afternoon with my lovely mom, and now we’re going to celebrate my parent’s 41th engagement anniversary. What a beautiful love example :’)

nivueniconnue:

#April Intentions Day 14 : Camel pose

This is a pose I’ve always loved because it opens my heart, and makes me feel like a goddess. I have an automatic smile on my face when doing this. :)

1. Kneel on the floor with your knees hip width and thighs perpendicular to the floor. Rotate your thighs inward slightly, narrow your hip points, and firm but don’t harden your buttocks. Imagine that you’re drawing your sitting bones up, into your torso. Keep your outer hips as soft as possible. Press your shins and the tops of your feet firmly into floor.

2. Rest your hands on the back of your pelvis, bases of the palms on the tops of the buttocks, fingers pointing down. Use your hands to spread the back pelvis and lengthen it down through your tail bone. Then lightly firm the tail forward, toward the pubis. Make sure though that your front groins don’t “puff” forward. To prevent this, press your front thighs back, countering the forward action of your tail. Inhale and lift your heart by pressing the shoulder blades against your back ribs.

3. Now lean back against the firmness of the tail bone and shoulder blades. For the time being keep your head up, chin near the sternum, and your hands on the pelvis. Beginners probably won’t be able to drop straight back into this pose, touching the hands to the feet simultaneously while keeping the thighs perpendicular to the floor. If you need to, tilt the thighs back a little from the perpendicular and minimally twist to one side to get one hand on the same-side foot. Then press your thighs back to perpendicular, turn your torso back to neutral, and touch the second hand to its foot. If you’re not able to touch your feet without compressing your lower back, turn your toes under and elevate your heels.

4. See that your lower front ribs aren’t protruding sharply toward the ceiling, which hardens the belly and compresses the lower back. Release the front ribs and lift the front of the pelvis up, toward the ribs. Then lift the lower back ribs away from the pelvis to keep the lower spine as long as possible. Press your palms firmly against your soles (or heels), with the bases of the palms on the heels and the fingers pointing toward the toes. Turn your arms outwardly so the elbow creases face forward, without squeezing the shoulder blades together. You can keep your neck in a relatively neutral position, neither flexed nor extended, or drop your head back. But be careful not to strain your neck and harden your throat.

5. Stay in this pose anywhere from 30 seconds to a minute. To exit, bring your hands onto the front of your pelvis, at the hip points. Inhale and lift the head and torso up by pushing the hip points down, toward the floor. If your head is back, lead with your heart to come up, not by jutting the chin toward the ceiling and leading with your brain. Rest in Child’s Pose for a few breaths.

Explanation from Yoga Journal

My intention for today was to center myself on the present, as I tend to use distraction to avoid important things. Yoga practice in the silence, afternoon with my lovely mom, and now we’re going to celebrate my parent’s 41th engagement anniversary. What a beautiful love example :’)

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"jazz" apples are not, and never will be a viable substitute for pink ladies. seriously this apple so so hard and keeps squirting juice all over my shirt. and it’s not very tasty :(

*GRUMP*

totaltrackhead:

I can’t stop laughing at this 😭😂

totaltrackhead:

I can’t stop laughing at this 😭😂

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Body Balance tonight :)

Body Balance tonight :)

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gettingahealthybody:

Mint is also said and in many cases proven to:
* Relieve symptoms of indigestion, heartburn and irritable bowel syndrome by relaxing the muscles in and around the intestine.
* Act as a powerful antioxidant, protecting the body against the formation of cancerous cells.
* Inhibit the growth of many different types of bacteria and fungus.
* Ease and unblock the breathing and respiratory passages and airways.
* Relieves the symptoms of colds and flu.
* Mint can help with nasal allergies.
* It can relieve congestion, head colds and headaches.
* Act as a mild sedative and has calming properties.
* Relieve minor aches and pains such as muscle cramps and sprains.
* Combat bad breath.
* Provides a cooling sensation to the skin and can help to treat minor burns, itching and skin irritations.
* Mint is a very good cleanser for the blood.
* Mint tea can help clear up skin disorders such as acne.
* This herb is filled with many vitamins.
* It contains carotene, the pigment which is part of Vitamin B complex family.
* It also contains good amounts of Thiamine.
* Riboflavin, essential for many biological functions in body, is also present in Mint.
* Niacin and Folic acid are also present.
* Minerals present in mint include:
Calcium, Phosphorus, Zinc, Copper, magnesium and manganese, Selenium and fluoride.

So what are you waiting for? Get drinking your way to health.

gettingahealthybody:

Mint is also said and in many cases proven to:

* Relieve symptoms of indigestion, heartburn and irritable bowel syndrome by relaxing the muscles in and around the intestine.

* Act as a powerful antioxidant, protecting the body against the formation of cancerous cells.

* Inhibit the growth of many different types of bacteria and fungus.

* Ease and unblock the breathing and respiratory passages and airways.

* Relieves the symptoms of colds and flu.

* Mint can help with nasal allergies.

* It can relieve congestion, head colds and headaches.

* Act as a mild sedative and has calming properties.

* Relieve minor aches and pains such as muscle cramps and sprains.

* Combat bad breath.

* Provides a cooling sensation to the skin and can help to treat minor burns, itching and skin irritations.

* Mint is a very good cleanser for the blood.

* Mint tea can help clear up skin disorders such as acne.

* This herb is filled with many vitamins.

* It contains carotene, the pigment which is part of Vitamin B complex family.

* It also contains good amounts of Thiamine.

* Riboflavin, essential for many biological functions in body, is also present in Mint.

* Niacin and Folic acid are also present.

* Minerals present in mint include:
Calcium, Phosphorus, Zinc, Copper, magnesium and manganese, Selenium and fluoride.


So what are you waiting for? Get drinking your way to health.

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Bold everything you’ve done.

Had Beer
Smoked an entire cigarette
Done drugs.
Written on a bathroom wall.
Read a George Orwell book. 
Had a physical fight.

Used Twitter.
Listened to Lady Gaga
Been in a car accident. 

Gotten suspended.
Gotten expelled.
Been allergic to something.
Got a computer virus.
Touched a real gun.
Had a dog.
Had a cat.
Been pregnant.
Camped out
Swam in the ocean.
Wore a bikini.
Driven a car
Been sent to the principal.

Ever liked someone.
Failed a class. 
Failed a test.
Went to summer school. 
Got worse than a D
Got A’s, A’s and B’s.
Read an entire book.
Recorded my own music. 
Had an xbox.
Worn heels more than 3 days in a row.
Wore fishnets. 
Wore skinny jeans.
Hated someone.
Been cheated on.
Cheated on someone.
Practiced Christianity/Catholicism.
Worn makeup.
Lied to my parents about where I was going.
Had surgery.

Had my license. 
Been to college.
Graduated high school.
Attempted suicide.
Self harmed.
Worn colored contacts.
Painted my nails black.
Broken someone’s heart. 
Had my heart broken.
Cried for an hour straight. (drunkenly haha)
Lost something very valuable.
Got separated from one of my parents as a kid. 
Broke a bone.
Gotten stung by a bee
Eaten something bad/expired.
Threw up from being so drunk.
Saw someone throw up from being so drunk.
Danced with someone of the same sex.
Owned an ipod
Danced with someone of the opposite sex. 
Owned an iphone.
Fell for a best friend.
Stole a friend’s significant other.
Went far away from home for more than a week.
Moved out.

Ran away.  (to a local park haha)
Had a job.
Been fired.
Lied to a friend. (sorry, mum says I can’t go out)
Lied to a family member.
Had a Facebook.
Posted a video on Youtube.
Started a rumor about someone. (Primary school politics)
Talked bad about someone.
Dropped out of school.
Deliberately failed a test.
Been skinny dipping.
Counted to a million.
Counted to a thousand. 
Ate rabbit meat.
Ate duck meat.
Had fast food.
Been to Church.
Been to Canada.
Been married.
Had a divorce.
Broke a glass.
Hugged someone today.
Texted someone today.
Received a phone call today.
Threw something out of the window.
Ignored a text from someone on purpose.
Wish you were somebody else
Had my feelings hurt by a friend and never told them.
Kissed someone
Been to a concert
Seen your favorite band live
Met a celebrity
Met your favorite band (FOUR YEAR STRONG ftw)

Own more than 10 CD’s

ok so in all seriousness were these written by a 13 year old? They are a bit cute :3

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fitchris25:

Because I hit another 100!!

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Reblog!

10 promoted for every 20 reblogs! Definitely get on a list by messaging me your favorite book title, I need some summer reading ideas :)

juliettegetsfit:

I finally received my bandelettes in the mail today!

Essentially, they are for woman of any size who have a problem with chafing thighs. I’ve always had trouble wearing dresses all day due to this chafing issue. They have a grip on them so they don’t slide down. I’ve heard from other people who have used this product that you only need to adjust them once or twice throughout the day.

I found out about them through THIS post and ordered mine right away. So far I love them!

They come in tons of different colors, and they are really cute and sexy if I may say so myself! You put in your thigh measurements and they mail you a pair! Only 14 USD too :) I’d definitely recommend it.

these look pretty awesome

catkarth:

that girl you just called a scene? she’s a god damn arms race.

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leahonthedoor:

byeexcess:

handbymade:

Part one of Healthy Food Hacks found HERE

ok so i thought this was going to be like a joke post about replacing lettuce with fancy lettuce and salt with fancy salt. kind of disappointed now

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burdenedwithglorioushiddleston:

totallyfubar:

Here’s the rule about telling someone about something wrong with their appearance:

If a person can fix it in 5 minutes or less, tell them

If they can’t…

image

That’s actually a really good way of putting it.

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We welcome you to the second chapter,
thanks for turning the other page

We acknowledge you as the only reason
for the progress that we've made.

You're our constant reminder;
we came, we saw, we conquered.
Everything has gone so far from
where we were before.