My name is Mal and I am 25, female, vegan, and on a journey to make myself happier and healthier, one day at a time.
Here you'll find a catch-all for my aspirations in life. This blog is part fitblr, part general self-improvement, and part personal philosophy blog, among many other things.
This is a sub-blog of animalantagonism so if I follow you or you see that username on your dash, that's me.
Starting Weight: 183
Current Weight: 163
Goal Weight: 130
I get a lot of compliments lately. I know it’s not because I’ve lost a lot of weight, because I’ve put back on about half of what I lost and people still constantly ask me if I’ve lost even more weight than the last time they saw me, which is often when I was at my lowest. So, what’s changed? I took all the t-shirts out of my wardrobe which forces me to wear interesting things, and I got a haircut which requires a moderate amount of styling before I can leave the house. These two changes have added no “extra time” to my routine, really. Maybe 5 minutes. But they make me happy, they give me a confidence boost. And people notice I exist sometimes now, which constantly amazes me.
pros to kissing me
cons to kissing me
- ur kissing me
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Now this is pretty fucking cute.
I FOUND THIS PICTURE OF THIS FCKKING CAT LOOK AT ITS FACE LOOK HOW SMUG IT IS THIS IS AN ANIME RIVAL FACE
Marilyn Monroe was considered the sexiest woman of her time.
she doesnt have the gap,
you cant see her ribs,
her hair doesnt come down to her ass.
she’s pretty much the opposite of what everyone risks their lives and tries so hard to be.
society you fucked up.
Confidence is key. She accepted her body. You’ll feel and will be seen as gorgeous and sexy once you accept who you are and what you look like.
Yes, confidence and loving your body is important and makes a big difference. However, in the time when Marilyn was famous, skinny was not the societal ideal. Curvy was. It was the generation in the aftermath of the Great Depression, and being thin was associated with being too poor to eat.
What you SHOULD take away from this, (along with, yes, being confident in your body is good) is that what society thinks is beautiful is arbitrary. Sometimes curvy is in, sometimes skinny is. Different body types, different coloring, different freaking haircuts…they gain popularity at different times and it doesn’t really matter. So, if you are built curvy, don’t be too stressed out or think you are unattractive—just remember that it is an arbitrary trend that says you don’t have an ‘ideal’ body and has nothing to do with reality. If you are built slender, be happy that society currently thinks you look ‘how a woman should’, but also remember that it is an arbitrary trend based on absolutely nothing. It’s just an aesthetic, the way that a few years ago everything was spring green and chocolate brown and a while before that everything was neon and black.
And that thing about who you are inside being a lot more important? Actually true.
ah yes its june i successfully wasted 5 months of the year again
tumblr giveaway: my fat
when you’re so pale that your bare legs reflect sunlight and shine bright like diamonds
shine bright like a white kid
Run Sophie Run [x]