🎈🎉CAN'T NOBODY TELL ME A DAMN THING CAUSE ITS MY BIRTHDAY! 🎈🎉
I had to set my birthday vibe right with some wacky dancing this morning before I head off to work 😂 also happy birthday to my soul sister @breannwhlgn I love you my birthday twin 👯
Is it anyone else's bday today!? Comment below 💖💖 either way everyone should get jiggling 🕺🏻 to hell with people's opinions! #virgoseason#AllIWantForMyBirthdayIsABigBootyH**
912 157158 hours ago
If I can do it, so can you.
Hard work and self-discipline creates progress, & a little bit of progress each day produces long-term results.
There's no secret. Nothing works without the work.
You're not going to like this, but truth is truth. It's the days that you don't feel like putting in the work that matter the most.
Those days are the true test. You're faced with a decision. Are you going to give in and give up, or are you going to push through and put in the work anyways?
Those difficult days have become my favorite days, because I get the most satisfaction when I put in the work anyways.
You want results? Do the work day after day even when you don't feel like it. Use the adversity as an opportunity to grow, not just physically, but mentally.
It's our mental toughness that can keep us moving when our bodies are ready to quit.
We are not survivors. We are Warriors.
57 21888 hours ago
Saturday is the best day to remember to ... 😂 #enjoy
24 44212 hours ago
Bad lighting vs good lighting ☀️🌿
These photos were taken a bit over a year ago but I wanted to post them side by side because the one on the left ruined my perception of myself when I was having a "good body day". I no longer think either is a "bad photo", but when I had these photos taken I immediately thought I looked fat on the left and hated my body. Even after I took the "better photo" on the right a few minutes later, I still had the negative view of my body and I didn't think I looked good even though these photos were taken when I was at my leanest.
Please don't let photos allow you to feel like this. Don't seek validation from photos.
You will look different in all photos you take. They're just a snippet of your life and they do not define your worth.
Yes it's great to take amazing photos of yourself and feel good about them but don't rely on these photos to feel good about yourself. Don't let the bad ones make you hate yourself and make you think you need to change your body.
Photos do not reflect who you are as a person. So don't let them have the power to change your view of yourself. 🌴☀️
Así me vestí para conocer a @theashleygraham. Look completo de @marina.rinaldi ❤️ Thanks MR for everything, you rock 🖤 Últimas horas en Milán y para casa a celebrar mi Santo. Santa Rebequi de La Sagrera. Gracias a todos por las palabras de ayer en mi foto, siempre me hacéis sentir como una princesa. Pic by @stylehasnosize_official 🔥
Yes, we all have body hair, but some of us has more than others. For example people like me. It was always difficult for me to wear tops, shorts, skirts or dresses, especially when I was studying at school. All the boys in my class were harming me for my body hair. They even used to call me monkey girl or black monkey, because my skin tone was much more darker than other girls in my class. It was the time when I hated my body, my body hair and even used to think that i'm ugly at all. I wanted to wear shorts or skirts without worrying about hair on my legs, but I couldn't. I was so depressed and worried, I thought everyone is looking at my body hair and talking about it. But now I learned to accept and love my body just the way it is, because i don't have another body and it's given to me for my lifetime. Now I think it's very stupid to offend it and treat it in bad way, and also give to this body hair or other "good look" issues to much attention is so foolish. Like why do we even have to worry about it instead of appreciating ourselves and our lives?
Working on the things your 💩 at is where the real fun kicks in.. can't wait to get more comfortable with power/squat #snatch .. I suck at them at the moment but I keep having to remind myself that I've only been doing #crossfit for 6 weeks and to stop being a 🔔end about it all .. #olympiclifting is the humbling part for me .. slow and steady #journey and #progress not messy and dangerous 😂 #reeboklifters@reebokuk@reebokwomenuk