Time to rant a little
I hate how “pretty” girls get such special treatment. I have a couple of friends (I’m using the term “friend” loosely) who have gone so far and had so much handed to them just because they are pretty. And I feel like they are looking down their noses at me because I have to struggle and bust my ass to get ANYTHING in life! Nothing has ever been handed to me! Why am...
Blog of the week!
fuckyeahfitspiration: Reblog to be considered for my blog of the week! You MUST be healthy weight loss! I’ll choose on Friday morning, make a page on my blog and keep it up for a week! Go!
active weightloss blogs reblog this, i will follow...
Trying to lose weight. →
kalynnschaefer: Five minutes later: accurate all day errday (actually no I’m getting better about it lol)
Anonymous asked: i have a question. im 14, 5 ft6 and weigh 133 pounds. i want to lose the last 3 pounds and i have lost a total of 15 pounds so far. i eat 1200- 1400 calories a day and exercise at least for 20 mins a day however i always seem to either be late or skip my period. is this because of my weightloss?
Be Happy, and be Healthy.: Warning: Weight... →
behappyandbehealthy: So not literally a warning about weight watchers but to those who follow the program. The last couple days I’ve been putting on some weight. I was really confused. So I decided to get into the details of the plan. I was online and it said 1 Cup of Special K Red Berries is 3 points. Fair enough. So… Thank you for the tips!
Reblog if you are a weightloss blog, my dash is...
Reblog if you are a college girl trying to lose...
simplicityobsessed: :D If you count cosmetology school
food fawn: Sushi →
foodfawn: There are a lot of common misconceptions when it comes to sushi. The first one that comes to mind is that there is a high caloric content because of the rice. While this may be true in some cases, generally each piece of sushi is between 17 and 25 calories. Below I have included a general caloric…
food fawn: Some great information on the benefits... →
foodfawn: Some great information on the benefits of fruit: Fruits are low in calories and sugar and high in dietary fiber, this means that they help keep you regular and are a great snack food. Fruits also contain many different forms of anti-oxidants which help protect our body from diseases and some forms…