KaRaBelli

Living in a world of awesomeness just randomly sharing it.

8/28 Off To The Gym then Track #Fitness #RunnerInTraining #Arms #WeightTraining #Runner (Taken with Instagram)

8/28 Off To The Gym then Track #Fitness #RunnerInTraining #Arms #WeightTraining #Runner (Taken with Instagram)

— 2 years ago
#arms  #weighttraining  #runnerintraining  #fitness 

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I Have a Dream

“I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: ‘We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal.’”

On August 28th, 1963 — 49 years ago today — Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered a 17-minute public speech from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial looking out on the Washington Monument to 200,000 civil rights supporters where he called for racial equality and an end to discrimination.

This historical event, now known as “I Have a Dream Speech,” has been commemorated with an inscription on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial from which King delivered his speech. The Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial was opened to the public just last year in Washington, D.C. and is within the Lincoln Memorial’s sightline.

— 2 years ago with 1234 notes
Running Day # 2 #RunnerInTraining #NikeTrainers #NikePlus (Taken with Instagram)

Running Day # 2 #RunnerInTraining #NikeTrainers #NikePlus (Taken with Instagram)

— 2 years ago
#niketrainers  #nikeplus  #runnerintraining 
New #NikeTrainers can’t wait to break them in..#Nike #LunarSweetVictory #RunnerInTraining (Taken with Instagram)

New #NikeTrainers can’t wait to break them in..#Nike #LunarSweetVictory #RunnerInTraining (Taken with Instagram)

— 2 years ago with 1 note
#niketrainers  #lunarsweetvictory  #runnerintraining  #nike 
onetinyhand:

drake.

haha.. Good one.. OTH

onetinyhand:

drake.

haha.. Good one.. OTH

— 2 years ago with 168 notes
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Tom Hardy - Vogue UK, June 2012

I am in <3

obliteratedheart:

Tom Hardy - Vogue UK, June 2012

I am in <3

(via alexandraelle)

— 2 years ago with 2215 notes
redgaia:




They all weigh 150lbs.

There is no ‘right’ body type. Weight looks different on different people, and it is ALL OKAY. Don’t compare yourself to other people’s bodies, learn to love the body you’re in NOW and what it can do NOW.

redgaia:

They all weigh 150lbs.

There is no ‘right’ body type. Weight looks different on different people, and it is ALL OKAY. Don’t compare yourself to other people’s bodies, learn to love the body you’re in NOW and what it can do NOW.

(via heyfranhey)

— 2 years ago with 62601 notes
arthlete:

This is for the “body acceptance” blogs who have been criticizing me this week, accusing me of being pro-thin, of body-shaming heavy bodies by drawing fit people, and of not accepting my body as it is by wanting to lose weight.
First of all, I’m surprised that you’re surprised that I make posts that involve weight loss. News flash: This is a weight loss blog. I am trying to lose weight and get fit. I have been, for years, and there’s nothing wrong with that. It doesn’t mean I hate my body, or worse, myself, so please spare me your you-should-accept-your-body for-what-it-is preaching, because I already do. I accept that I’m fat, but that doesn’t mean I can’t or won’t do something about it, if that’s what I feel like doing. Don’t label me the villain for wanting something different from what you prefer. There’s nothing wrong with wanting to be smaller, the same way there’s nothing wrong with staying big. Aren’t changing bodies also included in the body acceptance movement?
People ask me what my opinion on fat acceptance is. To be honest, I have none. I myself am fat but personally, I don’t need a movement dedicated to my fat self. I like myself and I can’t see how other people’s opinions should matter much after that. I don’t need a subcategory of body acceptance, the general one works fine for me. If it’s genuine body acceptance, why must there be an adjective before it?
We’re all different and so are our preferences, so the key to keeping peace is to live and let live. If you disagree with my choices concerning my body and lifestyle, don’t look at my blog and don’t follow people who reblog my stuff because chances are, those people have the same preferences as I. I’m not shoving my opinions down your throats, so don’t shove yours down mine.

arthlete:

This is for the “body acceptance” blogs who have been criticizing me this week, accusing me of being pro-thin, of body-shaming heavy bodies by drawing fit people, and of not accepting my body as it is by wanting to lose weight.

First of all, I’m surprised that you’re surprised that I make posts that involve weight loss. News flash: This is a weight loss blog. I am trying to lose weight and get fit. I have been, for years, and there’s nothing wrong with that. It doesn’t mean I hate my body, or worse, myself, so please spare me your you-should-accept-your-body for-what-it-is preaching, because I already do. I accept that I’m fat, but that doesn’t mean I can’t or won’t do something about it, if that’s what I feel like doing. Don’t label me the villain for wanting something different from what you prefer. There’s nothing wrong with wanting to be smaller, the same way there’s nothing wrong with staying big. Aren’t changing bodies also included in the body acceptance movement?

People ask me what my opinion on fat acceptance is. To be honest, I have none. I myself am fat but personally, I don’t need a movement dedicated to my fat self. I like myself and I can’t see how other people’s opinions should matter much after that. I don’t need a subcategory of body acceptance, the general one works fine for me. If it’s genuine body acceptance, why must there be an adjective before it?

We’re all different and so are our preferences, so the key to keeping peace is to live and let live. If you disagree with my choices concerning my body and lifestyle, don’t look at my blog and don’t follow people who reblog my stuff because chances are, those people have the same preferences as I. I’m not shoving my opinions down your throats, so don’t shove yours down mine.

— 2 years ago with 4597 notes