Same on both accounts.
29? Clooooose… Actually it’s none. That’s right, none.
Nope, not the dress’ fault. The dress she received is as advertised, she just doesn’t have the body to wear it. It’s okay, it was just an unwise purchase.
I do want to add that I respect vegetarians, but that lifestyle would not work for me.
*good for you*
God for you*
I love animals, but I still eat meat. I could never kill an animal myself, and I find slaughterhouses to be an abomination, but farms where the animals are treated well are okay. Animals are here for us, not the other way around. I’ll never stop eating meat, but I do very much wish animals were treated better. But all that aside, I eat meat every day, and I am both healthy and strong. Meat is good for, as long as it’s coupled with fruits, vegetables, grains, etc. Sure, you can choose to have a substitute if that’s what you want, but nothing compares to real meat.
We don’t NEED to eat meat, but we are omnivores, so we CAN eat meat. What we choose to do with that is up to each of us.
Once again, I was ignored. Thanks, Buzzfeed.
As far as working out goes, everyone has different goals and different bodies, so you have to figure what works for you. I do suggest avoiding long, heavy cardio. Unless your goal is to be a professional runner, all you’ll be doing is breaking down your muscles and burning fewer calories than most any other exercise. Now, I do suggest varied cardio. That is, numerous exercises that work different parts of your body. (i.e. jumping lunges, squats, burpees, etc.) And if you must run, don’t go too fast for too long. Variety is the spice of life, and much better for your body and moral. Aside from cardio, working with weights is good no matter what your goals. Light weight for endurance and toning, heavy weight for building and strengthening. And again, variety is key! Try to do exercises that focus on multiple muscle groups, not just one. And also have each workout day focus on different areas of the body. I do the following: One day for chest and core. Another for arms, shoulders and back and core. Another for back and core again. Another for legs, glutes and core, and one more for varied cardio.
Monday through Friday I eat protein, carbs and some fats, but in fairly small amounts and three to four times a day. (Sometimes five if I worked out real hard.) I’m a guy trying to build muscle, so my focus is on protein, and lots of it, but you’ll need to figure out what you want and what works for you. That said, Saturday and Sunday I eat whatever I want and as much as I want. This spikes my metabolism so I don’t plateau. I wanted to skip these days when I started dieting and working out, but they are VERY important. DO NOT SKIP YOUR CHEAT DAYS. But don’t cheat on diet days, or the cheat days are worthless. I suggest garcinia extract and green coffee extract to help control appetite. Also, cayenne pepper powder helps speed up your metabolism. So that’s the diet portion. Remember this: I don’t starve myself, I eat multiple small meals a day, which keeps me digesting and metabolizing. It gives me the energy I need and keeps me full. If you starve yourself, you’ll be miserable until you binge and then you’ll feel even more miserable. Don’t starve yourself. Most diets do that to some extent and it never works. Sure, you might lose some weight but if you want to keep it off you have to find a nutrition lifestyle that you can maintain indefinitely.
I had a dream where I was riding a llama next to a cottage in the woods whilst being chased by a Tyrannosaurus Rex. I wrote a detailed paper about it in school. It may be worth noting for illustration purposes that I am a ginger.
Even though I’ve lived in Indiana my whole life, this list is why I don’t belong here. I can’t relate to anything on here.