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I admire your positivity, but how do you keep your head up when life throws bad things in your way?

Asked by Anonymous


Because if you don’t keep your head held high how are you supposed to see the shit that life throws at you? It’ll just hitcha in the head. 


"Just because something doesn’t do what you planned it to do doesn’t mean it’s useless." - Thomas Edison. GIF by Kevin Weir / flux machine

Avoiding Running Injuries.


I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted, but I thought it’d be best to share this little article. Despite the name of the website, this sounds like some good advice for all people! And reminds me that I should probably get back to the gym and do some lifts…



solidindecision: Keeping it Real.

I’m not exactly the hugest Lady Gaga fan-girl, but earlier this week, she did something pretty cool. After her cover photo from “Glamour” was released, she made a public statement that the image of her was unrealistic and that she doesn’t really look like that when she wakes up in the morning. She even went so far as to point out that spreading unrealistic images of women around is pretty crap for the overall self-confidence of everyone who looks at them. And you know what, she is freaking right.

It’s no cover of Glamour Magazine, but when my pics from the NY Fashion Week Oiselle Runway show were posted, a lot of people commented that it was pretty crazy to have my body change that much in three months. And yeah, it was a little crazy but in real life, people don’t walk around spray tanned and flexed. Out of the thousands of photos taken at the runway show after all that tanning and primping and posture-holding, one or two of them looked good. A lot of them looked pretty gnarly. Weird facial expressions, lumpy bits, zombie walks…but nobody would ever know…

So in the spirit of Lady Gaga, I want to post some pictures that were taken the same week as the Runway Show, in much less flattering positions. Who needs “Us Weekly” to capture unflattering images when you can post them on the internet yourself!

So there you go. Never take the photos you see on magazine covers or online too seriously. Everyone has thigh cheese. It’s part of life. Nobody is perfect. 



god I love her so much 

This is brilliant

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As runners, we live for the runs that make us realize why we go out there every day and push ourselves to painful new limits. Every run in between might suck, in fact most of the other runs are tedious and aren’t even remotely enjoyable. But every so often we are lucky enough to experience something great, and that’s what keeps us going day in and day out.

That’s why we love running.

That’s why we run.

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Portraits Of Boston Marathon survivors see runners returning to the finish line to look back. See more of these inspiring photos here. 

Photographer Robert X. Fogarty of Dear World, a message-on-skin photography project, prepared the portraits of the survivors.

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OMG I just got into grad school in ENGLAND!

Not in a million years did I ever think that I’d get into grad school in England.  I thought that it was just a pipe dream.  Sure, I applied, but I didn’t really think that I’d be accepted.

I think that it’s only now hitting me.

I’m still waiting on the decisions of a few more schools but right now Newcastle University is looking pretty good.

Does anyone have any tips that they’d like to share with me about making the transition from the US to the UK?  Is there anyone out there who knows something of that area?

“ When I run, my mind and body fuse together, creating an energy source that empowers me. ”

—    Gail W. Kislevitz (via runningonoatmeal)

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“ It is what you read when you don’t have to that determines what you will be when you can’t help it. ”

—    Oscar Wilde (via dawudhenri)

“ The truth is rarely pure and never simple. ”

—    Oscar Wilde (via casultyofsociety)