Don't Stop until Your Dead

Trying to live healthy one step at a time. I am vegetarian and losing weight the healthy way.
height:5'7 SW:175 CW: 150 GW: 130

Me throughout the year

  • January: No
  • February: No
  • March: No
  • April: No
  • May: No
  • June: No
  • July: No
  • August: No
  • September: No
  • October: Spooky
  • November: No
  • December: No

unsuccessfulmetalbenders:

it is mid fucking september im supposed to be waking up to a cold morning chill and the smell of pumpkin flavored everything and thinking abt what toasty ass sweater im gonna wear not waking up feeling as though satan has been cradling me in between his ass cheeks while hovering in close proximity to the sun obama fix this 

(via happy-healthy-and-fit)

kuran2010:

dnotive:

missatralissa:

I honestly didn’t think this was real, so I googled it.
Apparently it is.
I fucking LOVE this man.
First he comes out in defence of teaching evolution over creationism, and now this. 
GO GET ‘EM, BILL!! 

Holy shit what a BAMF.

ALL MY YES

kuran2010:

dnotive:

missatralissa:

I honestly didn’t think this was real, so I googled it.

Apparently it is.

I fucking LOVE this man.

First he comes out in defence of teaching evolution over creationism, and now this. 

GO GET ‘EM, BILL!! 

Holy shit what a BAMF.

ALL MY YES

(Source: jardsale, via urinationed)

odditiesoflife:

Ten of the Best Storybook Cottage Homes Around the World

These 10 fairy tale inspired cottages with their hand-made details call to mind the tales of the Brothers Grimm and other fantasy stories. All of these cottages are real-life homes from around the world. From stunning cottage houses to mystical stone dwellings, these 10 storybook cottage homes provide inspiration and inspire the imagination.

  1. Hobbit House - Rotorua, New Zealand
  2. Winckler Cottage - Vancouver Island, Canada
  3. Akebono kodomo-no-mori Park, Japan
  4. Wooden Cottage - Białka Tatrzańska, Tatra Mountains, Poland
  5. Blaise Hamlet - Bristol, England
  6. Willa Kominiarski Wierch - Zakopane, Poland
  7. Forest House - Efteling, The Netherlands
  8. Cottage in the Hamlet of Marie Antoinette - Versailles, France
  9. Cob House - Somerset, United Kingdom
  10. The Spadena House - Beverly Hills, California, United States

(Source: odditiesoflife, via ladyknucklesinshape)

mermaidcunt:

jeune-fauve:

THE GREAT BARRIER REEF, HOME TO MILLIONS OF ENDANGERED ORGANISMS INCLUDING DOLPHINS, TURTLES, SHARKS, DUGONGS, STARFISH AND STINGRAYS, IS UNDER THE GREATEST THREAT EVER.

COAL MINERS WANT TO BUILD THE BIGGEST COAL MINES IN THE WORLD THROUGH THIS BEAUTIFUL REEF. 

SIGN THIS PETITION AND REBLOG TO HELP SAVE THE GREAT BARRIER REEF AND SPREAD AWARENESS.

EVERY SINGLE PERSON COUNTS. 

IT WILL ONLY TAKE 30 SECONDS OF YOUR TIME.

reblog reblog reblog!!!!

(Source: snailkiss, via abittenapple-deactivated2013121)

bentimothycarltoncumberbatch:

if you ever feel bad about yourself just remember

due to selective breeding throughout human history, and that people tend to marry attractive people and have more attractive kids, people today are exponentially more appealing than past generations.

So if you ever went back in time people would be amazed at your beauty and probably think you were some sort of god/goddess

(via sunalwaysshining)

lemongrabxvx:

Freedom hill Sanctuary is a small, not for profit organization, dedicated to providing a loving home to neglected and unwanted farm animals. They reside in the Adelaide Hills of south Australia on 48 acres of land, but they currently have the opportunity to buy an extra 100 acres of land that just went for sale right next door to freedom hill. This will substantially help them rescue and save more animals, and they will be able to set up an education/visitor centre! Which has been one of their dreams from the beginning.

The aim with the education centre would be to show you the world through the eyes of factory farmed and commercially produced animals. We would like everyone to see the conditions and lifestyles that the farm animal must endure, to hear their plight and then to spend time with each and every one of the rescued beings at the sanctuary. We would hope after a visit that everyone takes time in the future to reflect on what they have experienced in the hope that one day they will consider a life change to their diets.”

but to do this they need some help. They are a small non-profit animal sanctuary, so, they run soley off of the support and donations of people like you and me, they desperately need your help.

Freedom Hill Sanctuary is the first sanctuary of it’s type in South Australia, They do amazing work and the animals they save get all the loving care they could ever need. Going to Freedom Hill, is one of my favourite things. And if you live in South Australia they are having a fundraising picnic on the 29th of September (here is the facebook event) Please, come along.. meet the rescued animals, and please please donate.

They need your help now more than ever, It is kind of a time limit thing, because they don’t want someone else to buy the land before they can manage to raise the funds. If you have any spare money, please donate to them at www.freedomhill.com.au
If you can’t afford to donate please share, Imagine what a little amount of money could do for so many animals. 

Here is a photo of the land they wish to purchase, 100 acres to make freedom hill a total of 148 acres big :) 
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Thank you to anyone who is kind enough to donate, or even to share this post, the animals and I thank you so much.

(via chronicallyvegan)