I‘m progressing

I caught myself being negative.

I scrolled past a picture of a beautiful, fit and flexible woman doing a yoga pose.

I said “Ugh, I’ll never be able to do that” and kept scrolling.

Then I stopped.  I scrolled back up.

I changed my mindset.

“I may not be able to do that now, but with practice and training, I will.  I love my body as it is right now.  I can move freely.  I am breathing.  I am healthy.  I am happy.  Well done for that woman.  She looks great.” and then I scrolled down.

Last week, I would have let that get me down for the rest of the day. 

I am so incredibly proud of myself.  I’m working on changing my mindset and I’m being kind to myself.  This is a big deal.

anonymous asked:

What do you think of Dan's nails

Look nice, motives for deciding to paint them are questionable (a.k.a yes he did it because y’all wouldn’t shut up about it and probably didn’t really want it himself). Not fair to see his own fandom trying to pressure him into doing stuff like he’s some kind of doll.

At the same time, shouldn’t actually be a big deal, should it? If you care so much maybe you’re still so stuck into the gender stereotypes you say you’re fighting tbh.

All in all: stop treating them like your property and stop making every single thing a Huge Deal it’s exhausting.

Interviewing the Other Vampire
  • Lestat:I don’t know how to put this, but I’m kind of a big deal.
  • Daniel:Really.
  • Lestat:People know me.
  • Daniel:Well, I’m very happy for you.
  • Lestat:I’m very important. I have many leather-bound books and my apartment smells of rich mahogany.

GTKMM: 9/10 Animated Movies

En este lugar no perdemos demasiado tiempo mirando atrás. Camina hacia el futuro, abriendo nuevas puertas y creando cosas nuevas. Sé curioso, porque nuestra curiosidad nos conduce a nuevos caminos.

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Though it may be hard to swallow, Hoover is convinced that his findings reveal fossil evidence of bacterial life within such meteorites, the remains of living organisms from their parent bodies – comets, moons and other astral bodies. By extension, the findings suggest we are not alone in the universe, he said.”