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.
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.
Reminder: If you’re falling off track and you’re scrolling your dash and it looks like everyone else has their chizz together, stop right there because 78% of us really don’t. Everyone struggles. This whole weight loss thing isn’t easy. Don’t beat yourself up over it and don’t make working out and eating healthy a chore. It really should be fun. Don’t ruin it for yourself. Take a break when you need one and get back on track when you’re ready.
i have been in college for roughly 3 months.
and i fucked up everything by eating copious amounts of food, smoking weed and being high for several days at a time, getting the munchies, devouring the dessert table at my college, drinking, and not running more than two or three times a week.
i fucking hate myself. have gained so much weight and can do nothing but be disappointed. im a freshman, and never expected for any of this to happen. i used to run everyday before college, ate only clean foods, etc.
I WAS SO CONFIDENT that i wouldn’t let other people’s lifestyles and the cafeteria food affect me.
and here i am. flubby, in my room. CRYING FUH
someone. anyone. help. im going on a 7 mile run/walk to clear my thoughts.
i hate how my physical features are effecting me emotionally and academically.
:( “it’s just food. it’s just a few pounds. no big.”
this is a big deal for someone (like ME) who has struggled with yo-yoing and gaining and losing and being devoted to being fit and gaining weight again and again…since i was 12.