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Neil Patrick Harris!!!!!!

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So true! Stay forever young :)

So true! Stay forever young :)

What do you call two witches living together?

Broommates!

– From work today :)
thebodypositiveproject:

Any time you use “Fat Talk” in your life, judging yourself and others’ bodies by size and shape, you are harming yourself and everyone around you. Fat talk may be something obvious, like “I feel so fat today.” Or, it may be something that doesn’t seem harmful to you, like asking a girlfriend, “Does my butt look fat in these pants?” or “You look amazing! Have you lost weight?” All of these statements are used to pass judgement on yourself or someone else according to weight. Make a commitment to stop. Just stop.

thebodypositiveproject:

Any time you use “Fat Talk” in your life, judging yourself and others’ bodies by size and shape, you are harming yourself and everyone around you. Fat talk may be something obvious, like “I feel so fat today.” Or, it may be something that doesn’t seem harmful to you, like asking a girlfriend, “Does my butt look fat in these pants?” or “You look amazing! Have you lost weight?” All of these statements are used to pass judgement on yourself or someone else according to weight. Make a commitment to stop. Just stop.

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Neil Patrick Harris!!!!!!

(Source: uninhabited-paradise, via beautifullyrecovering)

So true! Stay forever young :)

So true! Stay forever young :)

What do you call two witches living together?

Broommates!

– From work today :)

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thebodypositiveproject:

Any time you use “Fat Talk” in your life, judging yourself and others’ bodies by size and shape, you are harming yourself and everyone around you. Fat talk may be something obvious, like “I feel so fat today.” Or, it may be something that doesn’t seem harmful to you, like asking a girlfriend, “Does my butt look fat in these pants?” or “You look amazing! Have you lost weight?” All of these statements are used to pass judgement on yourself or someone else according to weight. Make a commitment to stop. Just stop.

thebodypositiveproject:

Any time you use “Fat Talk” in your life, judging yourself and others’ bodies by size and shape, you are harming yourself and everyone around you. Fat talk may be something obvious, like “I feel so fat today.” Or, it may be something that doesn’t seem harmful to you, like asking a girlfriend, “Does my butt look fat in these pants?” or “You look amazing! Have you lost weight?” All of these statements are used to pass judgement on yourself or someone else according to weight. Make a commitment to stop. Just stop.

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What do you call two witches living together?

Broommates!

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My name is Rachel.

This is a tangled thread of thoughts, quotes, photos and other randoms that appeal to me.

"You won't find faith or hope down a telescope. You won't find heart and soul in the stars." --The Script

At some point--we all need to put faith in the unknown. We are only given what we are ready to deal with. Even though there never seems to be "the right" time, we keep truckin' through, living the lives we were meant to live. Trust, love and patience with ourselves and others cause the most significant and worthwhile changes in our lives. Peace. :)

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