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Friday, February 7, 2014

if you can't change it,

If you don't like something, change it; 
if you can't change it, 
change the way you think about it.

Dear whoever is reading this,

Dear whoever is reading this, 

You're beautiful and someone out there is crazy about you. Smile because life is too short to be unhappy :)

Loads of love, 
Me! ^^

i love this woman.

true friend

“A true friend is someone who reaches your 
hand and touches your heart…”

you can

“Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should.”

— Jamel Duane

“We do not dress to impress; 
we express with the clothes we invest in.”

If it’s between love and losing

If it’s between love and losing

And to never have known the feeling I’d still side with love

And if I end up lonely at least I will be there knowing I believe in love-“fearless”, colbie caillat
Love is always a good thing no matter how much it hurts. Even after it’s over, even through the pain, anyone who has ever really loved will tell you that they never regretted a second of it, no matter how much it hurt in the end. And if you tell me differently, I will tell you that you were not truly in love.

— Sharon Moore, Kona Woman

“… the amazement of me, stunned by you…”

yep that big is just fine ^^

You see if here right from a vs angel. Don’t deprive yourself

“Life is full of screwups. You’re supposed to fail sometimes. It’s a required part of the human existance.”

i believe that when you know how to physically touch a girl,

i believe that when you know how to physically touch a girl, is when you really have her. hand placement and the use of your hands is everything, remember that gentlemen.

the person who makes your

“Look for the person who makes your heart smile…”

And then you realize that Forrest knows about his condition all along and your heart breaks a little.

Arrow and the Father

Oliver and Chloe - Smallville 9.05 Roulette

— Caitlyn Siehl, ”Seven”

When he left, he took the whole world with him.
it was clanking behind his car like
a bunch of empty cans.

The 8 wonders of the world were
in between the miracle of our bodies breathing together.

After him, everything was empty sky.

Pain makes craters. my heart is the moon.

I said my name out loud. over and over again, until it brought me to my knees.

My mother told me to watch out for the Atlases. They will pull the earth out from underneath you.

We are not supposed to disappear inside of loss or love. Someone should have told me that sooner.

At some point, the paint chips away
and everything is black and white.
to keep going or to die without him.
I chose to keep going.”

This is a very important message for young people everywhere

…Love is easy, falling in love is even easier,

“…Love is easy, falling in love is even easier, but letting that love go, is the most difficult thing you’ll ever have to do. Some of us never let it go and sometimes it takes a while to realize what you want. But your heart will always have the right answer in the end. You just have to figure out what it’s telling you.”

The 10 Mistakes You Make When Running

You don’t switch your route: Same time, same route can make for a boring workout — and stats that don’t ever improve. Switching up your route will challenge different muscles, keep you motivated, and improve your running skills. Don’t stick to your tried-and-true trail; find a new running route with these tips.

You don’t fuel right: You may be able to power through a short run without any food, but if you’re going long, you need fuel and water. Time your run so it’s two to three hours after a meal, or have a snack full of carbs and protein about 30 minutes to an hour before you go for a run. Don’t forget to drink plenty of water well before you step out; drinking too much right before you go can cause cramps.

You don’t warm up: Starting your run at full force is not a good idea. You’ll feel sluggish, tight, and discouraged if you don’t warm up before that sprint. Do a light jog or five minutes of brisk walking before starting your actual run.

You don’t cool down: You came, you conquered, you’re done with your run. Don’t stop now, however; you still need to take a few minutes to stretch your warmed muscles to help you recover. 

You don’t check your form: Running may seem natural, but a few body adjustments can make a big difference, allowing you to run faster, longer, and more efficiently. Make a mental note to pay attention to your running form every once in a while; your shoulders should be relaxed and down, your arms should swing parallel to the ground (without crossing your midsection), and your head should be up and looking forward, not down.

You don’t challenge yourself: If you want to be a better runner, you need to up your pace. Intervals and tempo runs help you increase your speed in the short term, so that in the long run, you become a faster, better runner.

You run in the wrong gear: Sweat-soaked cotton shirts, shoes without enough support, and pants with chafing seams — all of these can cut a run short or at least make you not want to go out again. Invest in a few key pieces once you’ve upped your mileage; you’ll be surprised by how much what you wear matters.

You push yourself too hard: Challenging yourself is great, but doing too much too soon is a common cause of runner burnout, not to mention injuries. Start off slow and gradually increase your pace as you get more comfortable. Remember not to ramp up your mileage too quickly; increase your total by only 10 percent every week.

Your strides are too long: It may feel good to bound down that trail, but if you make a habit of taking too-long strides, you may tire more quickly. Shorter strides are also easier on your knees, so if you find yourself going long, shorten your steps and see if it feels better.

You’re not consistent: It’s not going to get easier unless you stick with it. Try to run three times a week if you want to become a better runner; you’ll be amazed at how much easier that three-miler seems after just a few weeks of running.