Skinny Love
My name's Becca. I'm 21. Senior at Newman University. From Boston to Kansas, and it's been quite the journey. I'm on here to have fun, so don't take me too seriously. Hockey, tattoos, baking, violin, and Jesus Christ.
Motivation
Anything in life worth doing is worth over doing.
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if even one day dream i’ve had about him comes true i will be the happiest girl in the world

1 hour ago with 2 notes

i get a lot of messages about my weight loss and the main question i get asked is how i managed to get through it without feeling discouraged or having setbacks, and i want to make something very clear.

i had setbacks just like everyone else, i just refused to let them be the deciding factor in my success.  

i rarely post about this on here because i know a lot of fitness blogs follow me, and i dont want to be a bad influence or encourage this behavior in anyway, but there was a time during my weight loss journey when i was going down a very unhealthy road.  i was hardly eating.  all id have for an entire day was a granola bar and an apple, for weeks at a time.  and if i ever went out to a restaurant or a bbq and ate something unhealthy, id feel so guilty after that id make myself throw it up.  i was in such a bad place.  i would weigh myself every single morning and if i hadnt lost weight from the day before i felt like a failure.  the progress i was making was just never enough for me.

what finally woke me up to how destructive this was to my body was the day that i fainted getting out of the shower.  i felt extremely dizzy and fell down at least 5 or 6 times before i actually passed out.  i got a concussion in the process.  and my roommate had to help me back to my room.  it was one of the most embarrassing moments of my life (she saw me totally naked since my towel came off when i fell, and then i lied to her after and told her i was just dehydrated).  that was the turning point for me.

its clear now that i had my share of tribulations while losing weight.  i just finally told myself that if i wanted to get healthy, then i needed to do it the healthy way.  i now eat three times a day, and exercise regularly.  i dont lose weight as quickly as i did before when i was basically starving myself, but now i have more energy, feel 10x better, and im actually gaining muscle mass along with burning fat. 

i just wanted to make this post because i get so many messages from girls talking about how discouraged they are with their progress or how guilty they feel when they treat themselves every once and a while and it breaks me heart.  please love your bodies enough to give them the sufficient time they need to make a change and lose weight the natural way.  i promise it will make you feel so accomplished and proud of yourself, and it’s 100% worth it.

1 day ago with 6 notes

all i wanna do is give him back scratches and cook him dinner and go for walks and watch him laugh and hold his hand and trade stories and make him happy for the rest of my life

1 day ago with 820 notes

ive officially been approved for my apartment.  im so excited.

1 day ago with 4 notes

forever-dirty-minded:

Let me be your:

7am morning fuck before you go to work

Midday text, letting you know that you’re on my mind

5pm cuddle after a long days work

11pm rough fuck as i pound away the frustrations of your day

2am soft whisper in your ear, as i tell you “i love you”