I miss the days i had friends. Crazy how the second i stopped selling and got a real job sooo many people deleted me or just plain ignore me now. Like how fuckin rude lol.. I'm still the great person i was before.😕 Can't wait to move to a new town and meet some real homies cause im tellin ya, they must not be in st helens👎 bouta be 21 in a couple weeks and i don't have any real homies to plan anything with! So if you like getting fucked up make plans with me 😂
For the past two months I’ve been sick. Constant stomach problems, viruses, just over all constant fatigue. I tried to blame everything else but myself for being sick.
Instead of telling myself “hey, you’re not taking care of yourself like you should be. Your not getting enough water, you’re not eating right and you are slacking on your meds and vitamins.” I told myself oh it’s just that time of the year, I’ll get over it soon enough. Two months later and I still feel like GARBAGE. I’ve gain so much weight. So much. Like most of my clothes don’t even fit anymore. Life has been so chaotic for me. Between moving to Oklahoma, working full time, going to school, and trying to take care of everyone else around me, I forgot to take care of myself. And it showssss. My depression and anxiety are at an all time high. I don’t sleep enough, or I sleep to much. My eating habits are AWFULLLLL. My water intake is basically non existent. Coca Cola basically is in a my blood stream. I have CONSTANT stomach issues. And the list goes on!
SO this weekend I’m declaring a self care/self love weekend. I’m going to my head right, plan out my meals, meet my water intake goals and just basically reset!
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41 92417 January, 2020
signorina in rosso
67 1,27914 hours ago
What are you willing to die for?
What you are doing day-in and day-out is essentially what you are willing to die for. I mean that at the end of your life, what you have created, accomplished and experienced, or what you didn’t, is what you chose to die for. It’s the meaning of your life and your legacy.
Do you want your legacy to be, “she wasn’t truly fulfilled in her life, but she made it work.”
Do you want your final thoughts to be, “I wish I had travelled more. I wish I had written that book. I wish I had started that business. I wish I had …. [insert your biggest regrets].”
OR do you want your legacy to be about how you put a dent in this world? How you made a difference. How you lived up to your potential.
You are going die for something. So die for greatness.
But first, make your life something worth living for.
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