‘You don’t actually get over things… you incorporate them. They become part of everything you are. I don’t mean that you walk about crying all the time. But you change.’

When You’re Falling, Dive: Lessons in the Art of Living, by Mark Matousek  (via moonsads)

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teachhealth:

fitanne:

gonnafitintothosejeans:

goworkouttv:

168 hours in a week. You spend 40 at work and 56 sleeping. That leaves 72 left over. Where does it all go? 

woah what about those of us who work more than 40 hours a week, AND have school. do not automatically assume that people who say they are busy are really just lazy. are you kidding me?

Exactly - most people have more in they’re life than working out, and it’s okay to not make exercise your #1 priority

Don’t forget the time spent for things like eating and meal prep, showers, homework or studying (if you’re in school), grocery shopping, any kind of social activities… 72 hours may seem like a lot, but it’s really not. There are definitely weeks where I have a hard time fitting in everything I have to do, much less the things I actually want to do.

teachhealth:

fitanne:

gonnafitintothosejeans:

goworkouttv:

168 hours in a week. You spend 40 at work and 56 sleeping. That leaves 72 left over. Where does it all go? 

woah what about those of us who work more than 40 hours a week, AND have school. do not automatically assume that people who say they are busy are really just lazy. are you kidding me?

Exactly - most people have more in they’re life than working out, and it’s okay to not make exercise your #1 priority

Don’t forget the time spent for things like eating and meal prep, showers, homework or studying (if you’re in school), grocery shopping, any kind of social activities… 72 hours may seem like a lot, but it’s really not. There are definitely weeks where I have a hard time fitting in everything I have to do, much less the things I actually want to do.

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