Me siento feliz y libre con @lagranjagallinaslibres
Si no me cree, compruébelo usted mismo ❤️⚡️
Huevos de gallinas libres de jaulas, que te inspiran a saborear la libertad... mmm, se siente como que te salieran alas 🌟💜🙌🏼🐔☺️
Ahora hablando en serio, @lagranjagallinaslibres es de las pocas marcas que cría a sus gallinas libres de jaulas y en un ambiente sin estrés donde pueden desarrollarse de manera natural ❤️ además del bienestar para las gallinas es positivo para el producto, te encuentras con huevos ultra mas grandes de lo normal, con un color que no te hace pensar en aditivos ni preservantes, huevos de campo en el súper 👌🏼 (para quienes no tenemos más opción que acudir ahí) muuuuuy recomendados 🌷🥚💕
I got extra artsy with this poster to the next @doctorbmusic show. Also, that’s how editing looks like when you don’t have photoshop.. don’t miss our holiday extravaganza!! Expect some surprises and a jolly good time !
Hello my lovely friends,
Today was a shitty day. I ate a bowl of cereal. That was it. Not the best recovery day for having run a 15k yesterday. That's not how this I'd supposed to go.
It got me thinking though (and taking some pictures). My doctor told me that for my height (6'1") I'm a bit too heavy (185lbs). I feel a little heavier, yes, and my body has shifted a lot in new ways (that happens when you turn 25...) so yes I have hated how my body looks and how my clothes fit. But I've always felt that way about myself. What is different about this time?
Well before I had been told I was skinny and beautiful and healthy. Now I'm being told that I need to tone up and that I weigh too much so I must be doing something wrong. Other people now see what I always feared people would see. I can no longer buy the small clothes and sometimes I need to look at plus sized clothes for them to fit right in the thighs (one of the downsides of running - I'll go into that in a different post). I work out for at least an hour almost every day. I cut out sugar and eat my veggies and cook my own meals. I'm trying so hard to go back to the time when people called my body "skinny" and "beautiful." But what is it that makes my body not beautiful now? And not skinny for that matter? I don't actually have much fat on my body. And the fat that I do have is there to help cushion my joints and muscles when I run for forever. Also I have a lot of excess skin on my tummy for some reason. And I have hips and boobs now (probably a large side effect of the birth control). How does any of this make me any less beautiful and perfect? My body shows that I lived (and ate good food along the way). So please take a minute with me to thank your body, whatever it may look like, for all the things it is capable of doing. Your "flaws" make you capable of so many things that you may or may not have even tried. Appreciate what your body can do in this moment!
If you have anything you would like to share or need support in any way please DM me or send an email to email@example.com.
Much love and kindness, Jenny
Hoje tirei umas fotos de umas amigas em nosso rolê. Né que saiu algumas coisinhas, apesar da beleza da @annasales27 e @helenascheep ajudarem, pode ser que um dia concilie meteorologia e fotografia, pois uma coisa que para mim se tornou mescla de hobby com vício se chama fotografar. O que acharam povo? 😊❤️ #fotografia#minhasamigastop#models#nophotoshop