greetings young grasshopper.
my name is shayden~18~im quirky and weird as hell. i love oatmeal and peebee and dark chocolate covered pretzels and luna bars and acai bowls and yummy healthy nomz. i running is my favorite. ive slimmed down, and am now focusing on toning up. let's be friends. i swear i dont bite (unless you're chinese food that looks like a human)
ps. it's all about dat ass.
experiencing how hard it is to be healthy in college has been one of the biggest challenges this year.
but i can’t let my body image affect my self confidence. change happens.
over the past four years, there were periods in my life where i was 105, 110, and 115 pounds, and other periods where i was 125, 130, and then 135.
You know what’s really sad? I remember being approached more when I was lighter.
and between being 105-135, I WAS HEALTHY.
goes to show how much women are tempted into becoming a product of society.
PSA: “Healthier” does not mean low calorie, low fat, low sugar, low carb. Healthier does not mean less. Healthy is relative to each person’s needs.
Also, guilt-free is not a description for food. Guilt is not an ingredient; it is a feeling. No matter how many ingredients or calories you remove from that food, the guilt is in your mind, not the food.