deficits

anonymous asked:

how do you lose weight in your arms

5. How do I lose fat in [specific area of body (thighs, tummy, arms, hips, etc)]?

Sadly there is not workout/exercise that can target a certain body part to lose fat there. You can certainly work out a specific muscle and tone/strengthen it however the fat layer will still be basically sitting on top of your muscle! To lose fat body has to burn it off by using it as energy! If you eat more calories than your BMR, your body will just use those excess calories instead of your fat storage! You will need to be in a deficit!! You can do this by cardio or dieting or a mixture of both.

Please check faq this is straight from it

I think my issue with keto is that I can’t seem to get my calories up! Even when I feel like I am constantly eating my best eating day was 1700cals and that leaves me with. Deficit of like 2000.

What sorta things do you guys do to get your calories up? And please don’t say butter in your coffee I can’t handle that >.

Anonymous said:1. So glad you’re enjoying Anne with an E. I thought it was a Divine adaptation that took the original on some interesting new twists! And now that that’s out of the way:

I LOVE it. Anne is such a pistol. She seems such a flibertygibbet and but really she’s this super serious kid who escapes into her mind. And OMG Marilla  and Mathew… as if their adoption of Anne isn’t the greatest love story of all. Speaking of, Gilbert is a lovely boy and I know where it’s going and I’m impatient for it. And yet, I kind of love also the hints of girl love with Diana. 

I know not everyone likes it because it seems darker than the original miniseries, but my confession is that I never saw the original miniseries. I was already a late teen when it came out and never got back to it. Never read the book, either. I can’t explain that deficit. I was a huge fan of Little House and this seems like a natural alternative. As a person who is watching this without the nostalgia of the book and show, I adore it.

on to your number two which had to go behind the jump because I said I would keep Tiffany spoilers off the feed.

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It doesn’t matter how beautiful you are because there is always someone more beautiful. It doesn’t matter how intelligent you are because there is always someone more intelligent. It doesn’t matter how much money you have because there is always someone with more money. It doesn’t matter how successful you are because there is always someone more successful. You see, this is a game you can never win. It does not matter how real your perceived deficits are; what matters is how you give life to them and amplify them through comparison and judgment against yourself. — Bryant McGill

adhd friendships: a summary

-“Sorry I didn’t answer I spaced out”

-*randomly switching topics mid conversation*

-“I know this is unrelated, but”

-”I’m feeling horrible” *five minutes later* “uh nevermind that”

- “When did we start talking?” “I don’t remember”

- *both infodump to each other*

- more typos than any human being is able to handle

- when you get really excited and you stay up until 7 am taking about random shit

- accidental derailing the conversation over and over

-”have i already told you this i can’t remember” “don’t worry i can’t either”

being at school with undiagnosed adhd - a text post

- where’s my classroom

- *after ten minute explanation on what we’re doing today* okay but what are we doing today??

- “i don’t need to write down my homework, i can remember it” *1 week later* “where’s your homework” “oops”

- seriously where is my classroom i swear it was on this floor

- *every school report* “[insert name] is very bright/intelligent/clever but needs to apply themselves/make an effort to focus/pull their finger out/pull their socks up/work harder”

- leg bounce leg bounce leg bounce “stop bouncing your leg!” “sorry” leg bounce leg bounce

- teacher…..has…..name….???

- *finally finishes reading first exam question* *exam ends*

- leg bounce leg bounce leg bounce

- live life on the edge (the edge is the two back legs of your chair)

- always managing be the patsy when schemes go wrong

- leg bounce

ADHD Gothic

-You go into the kitchen to get some cookies, only to find the cookies are gone. You don’t recall eating the cookies. You live alone. Disappointed and confused, you go back to your room. Ten minutes later, you go into the kitchen to get some cookies.

-Your leg is bouncing. You try to stop it, but you no longer have control. It bounces. Your leg is going numb. Still, it bounces. It never stops. You give up. It bounces.

-You see a big flower in a vase. You attempt to count the number of petals, but something is stopping you. You are sure you said 7, but was that the last number or 10 numbers ago? Still, you do not give up. You start from the beginning. You are still counting.

-You have $100 dollars. You are saving it to buy a new laptop. You see a $75 dollar cosplay. You have $25. You wonder why you bought it. You have never been to a convention. It hangs in your closet, untouched.

-All of your pencils mysteriously disappear. You are sure you put them on your desk, but they are no longer there. You get another pencil. Two days later, your original pencils are on your desk.

♈♌♐ Fire Glows  ♉♍♑ Earth Grows ♊♎♒ Air Knows ♋♏♓ Water Flows

Fire emphasis: Self confident, impulsive, initiative, dominant, energetic, uncontrollable, independent, imaginative, creative, idealistic, stimulating, intense, inspiring, self amusing, intuitive, defensive, self ruling, commanding, playful, spontaneous, delighted, can become burnt out, passionate, independent

Fire Deficit can express as: Lethargic, lack confidence, reserved, underwhelmed, rational, guarded, withdrawing, disinterested, has trouble with assertion, easily bored, melancholic and/or ultra restless and disorderly, impatient, forceful, angry, confused, lack of passion and direction, attention seeking, aggressive

Earth emphasis: Realistic, pedantic, compulsive, materialistic, orderly, refined, responsible, shy, guarded, emotionally reserved, ritualistic, pessimistic, rational, thorough, aware, intelligent, focused, in tune with nature, understands limitations, the physical body is a temple, stabilizing, relies too heavily on logic, sensual

Earth deficit can express as: Spaciness, disorderly, irresponsible, dependent, out of touch with basic living requirements, distant or not contained in the physical body, nomadic, can struggle holding down employment or responsibilities, neglects health, moody or overly cautious and serious, controlling, structured, anxious, hypochondriac, meticulous, duty bound, afraid of imagination

Air emphasis: Clever, spaced out, communicative, cerebral, conceptual, out of touch with the physical body, unrealistic, engaging, social, curious, restless, objective, mentally active, light eater, graceful, flexible, lost in thought, insomniac, informative, abstract, conceives ideas, detached, over emphasizes the intellectual response, distant, imaginative

Air deficient can express as: Extreme doubts with intelligence, struggle with academic and educative institutions, sedate in thinking and latching onto ideas, trouble turning inner world into language, disconnected, quiet minded or becomes a master of a field, highly motivated with education, feels the need to prove intelligence, over rational, worried, high functioning intellectual, dominant in conversation

Water emphasis: Receptive, fluid, hyper sensitive, emotionally focused, secretive, empathetic, withdrawing, solitary, idealistic, visionary, unstable, melancholic, theatrical with emotional displays, projects feelings onto others, people conscious, intuitive, lacks boundaries, can be easily manipulated, lethargic, escapist, disturbed, overwhelmed

Water deficit can express as: Inability to comprehend and identify feelings, disregards emotions, low emotional intelligence, dissociated, unresponsive, has trouble ascertaining values, emptiness, contained, distant, insensitive to the pain of others or extremely moody and unstable, represses emotions until violent outburst, unpredictable, hypersensitive, cannot understand nor control moods, reactive

-Cherry

Reblog if you have ADHD/ADD and…

• You can’t do simple math problems, even though you are thinking of the answer in your head.
Ex: I always can’t remember 7 • 3 or 4(It equals 21 & 28)

• You go to the search bar, but can’t remember what you were going to search
Ex: I can’t think of an example, but you should know what I mean.

• You are going to go get something, but can’t remember what.
Ex: When I was a little kid, I would go get some new thing I had to show my grandpa, and stand in my room for 5 minutes remembering what I was going to show him.

• You can’t focus on someone’s eyes because everything around you is too distracting/noisy.
Ex: I try to make eye contact with my girlfriend, but get distracted by all the things.

• You’re having a conversation, and keep changing the subject, then go back to your first subject 5 subjects later.
Ex: I try to explain Pokémon or some other game to someone, and get off topic talking about how complicated the battle system is.

• You read a book and 5 pages later have no clue what you’re reading, then go back to the earlier pages, and find new information.
Ex: Every time I read a book again, the story seems new to me.

• You’re reminded of useless trivia by everything.
Ex: Someone: Ooh look at that NES
Me: did you know that the Sega Genesis competed with the NES for two years before the SNES came out?

• You get distracted by every, little, unimportant detail, but never what you actually need to pay attention to.
Ex: There’s a tear right there, and there’s a different shade of green over there.

Some of these things may be normal, and I just don’t ask others about it.

Heyyy I know being interrupted is really annoying, and it’s totally understandable if it makes you frustrated, but please PLEASE be understanding with your ADHD friends/acquaintances when they blurt stuff out.

When you have ADHD it literally takes 100% of your concentration (ironic I know) on everything that comes out of your mouth to keep yourself from blurting stuff out without meaning to. Usually you don’t even notice when you interrupt someone.

We don’t mean to do it to be rude, nor does it mean we aren’t listening to you. If we do interrupt you, please gently let us know and unless we’re an asshole we’ll be apologetic and let you continue!

If it really bothers you that much please understand constantly surveilling our speech is both exhausting and extremely stressful, and even then intrusions slip out.

Signed someone with adhd/autism who accidentally interrupts all the damn time only to realize that I’m even talking ten seconds later.

friendly reminder that adhd does not simply go away once you reach adulthood. the majority of people will continue to have symptoms all their lives. symptoms may change over time and additional mental health problems may occur.

adhd is not simple, it is more than just a phase of “oh, my child can not focus in school!”. please do not take it this lightly. support your adhd family members/friends/colleagues.