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linz-ooh-la-la:

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save-your-sorries:

oh my

I think I’m in love 

If this is considered plus size i’ll slap someone

Lot like the last one personally

Can I get a Hot dayum

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WHEN I RUN INTO MY EX BFF

howdoiputthisgently:

FRESHMAN YEAR:

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SENIOR YEAR:

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girlgrowingsmall:

nickgetsfit:

The Science of Weight Loss!!!

If you guys are getting sick of these things, let me know. I just think they’re mad interesting…

Retrieved via: Infographic Journal

I periodically reblog this just to remind myself.

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smilekiditgetsbetter:

Today it is normal for people everywhere, male female young old, to say that they hate themselves. And to constantly criticize their bodies and put themselves down. Even worse those who do say that they love their body, smile, personality etc. are put down. Or called “conceited”. Enough is enough. Be proud of your body and who you are. Stop apologizing.
Apr 4, 2014 / 1,038 notes

smilekiditgetsbetter:

Today it is normal for people everywhere, male female young old, to say that they hate themselves. And to constantly criticize their bodies and put themselves down. Even worse those who do say that they love their body, smile, personality etc. are put down. Or called “conceited”. Enough is enough. Be proud of your body and who you are. Stop apologizing.

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Feb 28, 2014 / 9,867 notes

xoxoddlovato:

   “I’m not fat, and I’m not skinny. I’m normal! We all have fat, and we all have skin, but that doesn’t mean we need to stereotype anyone. I wanna try something…The next time you want to label someone ‘fat’ or ‘thin,’ just say whoever it is, is beautifully made. But this isn’t just for me, it’s for you girls too. Just saying it once to yourself every morning, ‘I am beautifully made’ can change how we feel about ourselves.”

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If you’re not losing friends then you’re not growing up.
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