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No Slouching!

I have this personal headcanon that Lance used to be a ballet performer and was hella talented. He applied to the Garrison on a whim and a dream and got in, but he had already been given acceptance letters from various Dance schools across the country and so here is a fun, short fic enjoy!

Preview: 

Lance gave Keith a dead-eyed look of disbelief, his mouth twitching up into a wry smile, “She’s Russian, Keith. The Russians take their ballet as seriously as Allura takes the forming of Voltron.”


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Scott: gotta keep moving forward together. If you get scared, just hold our hands and we’ll continue to lead the way. Keep venturing on. 

Please Swifties: I desperately need your help to send this letter...

Taylor,

I know you probably get thousands upon thousands of messages and letters a day, but if you have time, it would mean the world to me if you could read this when you come back to Tumblr. Even if you don’t see this, if you don’t respond, at least I know these words are out there, and maybe these words will resonate with others. But first, I think I should introduce myself. My name is Sarah, I am eighteen, I study English Literature and I want to go into academia researching medieval literature. I’m oh so slightly introverted and shy (and wheat intolerant). I love the countryside and old things (especially Polaroid cameras and vinyl records- I don’t have one though), I love to bake, I love to read, I love to learn, I love to write. I’ve been listening to your music since I was ten years old, ever since I heard Love Story on the radio on the way to school. I didn’t stop dancing around to ‘Fearless’ for 6 months straight after my parents bought it for me. Then I Went out and bought ‘Taylor Swift’. Thus begins this magical saga.

'Fearless’ was the first time I realised the truth in your words “people haven’t always been there for me, but music has”, because I had a very odd passion for a ten year old, I loved to read and learn, I loved to be alone and write poetry. And people thought it was weird, I remember listening to your music, your first two albums and I saw myself. I saw my own insecurities and desires in 'Taylor Swift’, I felt like you knew what it was like to stand on your own, to take the high road. I saw my own romantic fairytales in 'Fearless’, I knew all too well the lessons learned. I remember when it felt like I was alone, I could feel close to you, like you could understand my ten year old self. I felt like you had rummaged through my journal and written them into 3:30 minute songs, The Outside, Tied Together With A Smile, Love Story, Breathe, White Horse, Change. Those are the songs I will always go back to when I’m having a tough day. I still remember how when I was twelve, I realised I didn’t fit in, even more so now that 'cliques’ were becoming a thing, I didn’t get invited to parties, I didn’t even have a clique. I would read at lunchtimes, I was ostracized because I didn’t like what everyone else wanted to love… And 'Speak Now’ showed up just in time. For the next one and a half years it was all I listened to, YOU were all I listened to. You gave me your shoulder to weather the storm. You were on my side, fighting my corner when I felt no one else was.

I remember when I was fifteen, the friends I had made at the start of upper school had drifted away from me, I had lost my grandfather to cancer. I felt so lost and so heartbroken, and like some miracle, there was 'Red’. And I remember I played that album for months when it came out, for what seemed like years when I fifteen. I would always start at 'All Too Well’. It’s one of my favorite songs…. I don’t know who got me out of that, maybe it was you, my family, I think it’s a bit of both. Let’s just say you both helped build the rungs to the ladder.

When I was 16, my relationship with my biological father (our relationship has always been strained because… nevermind) it wavered on the verge of falling apart, little did I know that two years later I would make the decision to part ways with him. I thought my life was over, I thought that I wasn’t strong enough to get through it and just like that, you did it again. 1989 came out. It was summer. It was strong. You had come alive, into your own. It showed me what I could be, if I let go of what I couldn’t change, what I could be if I believed in myself. Rather than my mirror, you became the person I wanted to be. You quite literally saved my life. 'Clean’ saved my life. 'I Know Places’ saved my life. Every. Single. Song. On. That. Album. Saved me. And I can never thank you enough for that. I remember going to see you in Hyde Park with my best friend and it was one of the best nights of my life. I came into my own. I came away with a confidence I hadn’t felt in months. I remember listening to that most magical clean speech with the desire to fight harder than ever.

I feel like you are a constant in my life now. I feel like, every time you release an album… It’s always in the nick of time to save me from disaster, or to help me through something, or to make me wanna get up and dance. And I will never stop thanking you for that. You have inspired me to love myself. To be confident. You have helped me become patient with others. You have made me stronger because you believed in me. You believed in me the way my Mum and Step-Dad do. You love me the way I love my three little sisters. You have embedded yourself into my life, and I haven’t even met you, in truth I don’t actually know that much about you… But I feel like I do. Is that weird? Thank you Taylor, for being here all this time. Thank you endlessly. I will never stop thanking you. And I will never stop loving you, and if I ever get the honor of meeting you one day I will tell you this myself. And yes I shall probably cry doing it.

I hope to God you hear this. I hope, through whatever means, that this finds you, it’s like a message in a bottle, right?

Love, Sarah :)

anonymous asked:

I don't like using the women's restroom, but I'm nervous about using the men's room because I don't feel like I pass very well (chest is too big, hair is too long, face is overall too feminine, et c). My mom won't let me get a binder or cut my hair shorter than shoulder length (which is how short it is right now). How can I build up my confidence enough to use the men's room?

Devon says:

It can be dangerous to use the men’s room if you don’t pass as a guy, so keep that in mind.

Here is a guide about men’s bathroom ‘etiquette.’

You might also find other information in our transmasculine resources helpful.

about a week ago i went to an amazing concert and was so moved that i was like “thank you netjer for this band and this music….. thank you Ihy………………” but then i heard a voice in my head say “This is no miracle of the gods. Give them what they’re owed.”

and the realization i got from that short message was kind of nice? its like….. gods can help and guide us, but our achievements are things we do ourselves. YOU wrote that song. YOU build that treehouse. YOU got that job. gods can do incredible things, but so can we. as human beings. give yourself credit for that things youve done.

you guysssss <3

I know everyone is feeling sad and depressed right now and of course this is only my opinion, so as always feel free to ignore me!

                                                         But ……

                           yes I’m gonna babble more about these two…..

                            click behind the cut if you wanna hear it :3

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anonymous asked:

How did you come up with Crush? Like what was the process of writing and creating it? Did someone help you?

I did everything on my own. The idea came from me and my buddy simply referring to ‘going to the gym’ as Crushing it. I thought that Crush was a great brand name that would also support my fitness centers.

I got to work on the logos, and kept them VERY simple. Some say they are even too simple. We actually are having our entire brand suite redeveloped for the arrival of sports nutrition. Very exciting!

Otherwise, I build all my own websites, develop all my own content, images, post production, video etc. I actually developed the entire brand and website as you know it, on an little 11″ macbook air.

I wrote the ebooks and developed the PDF’s on my own as well. I had no help, no ‘startup money’ or anything like that. Just a really good idea, years of fitness knowledge, and a place to share it. I felt that the industry lacked something like Crush. I honestly just made something that I wished I would have had before I was a pro, and knew everything that I know today. I made crush because had I known what I know now, I could have created my current physique A LOT faster than I did. 

Most importantly I made crush to help people with their HEALTH. Mental health, general health, wellness, etc. I have a very damaged hormone structure and body, from undergoing some pretty serious bullshit in the fitness industry. Crush helps people achieve results in a HEALTHY way, and creates positive habits, and surrounds customers in a welcoming and supportive community.

Everything Crush is today, is exactly what I wanted it to be when I wrote the first book. Not many people can say that about their brand, and It’s something I’m extremely proud of.