also i forgot to post this last night, but i am disappointed in you all for not participating in drunken q&a with the girl last night. shame on you all! you’re usually so nosy!
the remaining unaired episodes of don’t trust the b in apartment 23 are now on hulu
i know what i’m doing with my friday night
aka i’ve been a lazy bum this week and had to problem solve. then i wrote about it.
so there are shows out there that i know i should start watching but i don’t trust myself to just casually watch a tv show
when i watch a tv show it consumes me, resulting a lot of crying obsessing fandom-ing and general embarrassment
and ain’t nobody got time for that
to make a snarky YA review blog
p.s. what’s worse is the ex knows of my existence, but she thinks i’m just a friend. and to make this more believable, she told her ex that i’m straight.
so, the girl (we’ll call her bo) i’m seeing broke up with her girlfriend a few months ago and due to financial circumstances still lives with her (and a few other people). the girlfriend wants her back, but bo has (apparently) made it clear to her that she doesn’t feel the same way.
but despite this, bo won’t tell her that she’s dating someone new because she doesn’t want to hurt her, and because of this, i’m never allowed around her place
am i too uptight that this really bothers me? i hate drama and never being able to go to her place, especially when it’s more convenient than going to mine for the both of us, is really starting to get on my nerves.
more jamz for you guys. if there’s enough interest, i’ll make a zip file for download! check out the tracklist and let me know.
You will be hard pressed to find me disagreeing with any advice that promotes positive body image, self love and personal empowerment, but there’s one thing that’s been rubbing me the wrong way lately. In conversation about weight loss motivation, whether with your friends, on social media or in an article, a common trend is to draw the line between ‘good’ and ‘bad’ motivation.
“Don’t do this for anyone but yourself!” is the common advice. “Think of your goals in terms of strength and power and what your body will be able to do for you if you treat it right!”
Generally, I agree with this: if you don’t love yourself before you lose weight, you’re not going to love yourself after. More than that, there are so many benefits to losing weight than just the number on the scale or how you look in the mirror.
For this reason, the logic goes that motivating yourself with hopes bagging a hot boyfriend or girlfriend or looking hot on the beach is a bad thing. Same goes for wanting to lose weight to finally score a Facebook prof pic where you look lean and sexy, or that cool Before & After shot, or wanting to run into your high school friends and have the say, “Dang, girl! Have you lost weight?” Don’t even start on getting (non-harmful) revenge on an ex who hurt you by working for a new body that they’ll never get to hold again. It’s shallow. It’s cheating yourself out of what really matters: you and your health.
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pouring down rain in nyc this morning
wow that’s what i call “almost passing out during a workout”
i just made eye contact with jacob artist and instantly became a fangirl, wtf. boy looks charming as fuck.
i am personally offended at some of the dudes okcupid things i’m “compatible” with