Fit By February

... a fitspo journey

  • 12th April
    2014
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  • 9th April
    2014
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  • 8th April
    2014
  • 08
unskinny:

Not really a superhero pose, but this is the first two piece either of us has ever bought. We’re both kind of new to body positivity and loving our bodies, but it’s been a fulfilling journey so far!

Ok where can I buy that suit on the left?!

unskinny:

Not really a superhero pose, but this is the first two piece either of us has ever bought. We’re both kind of new to body positivity and loving our bodies, but it’s been a fulfilling journey so far!

Ok where can I buy that suit on the left?!

(via size10plz)

  • 6th April
    2014
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  • 5th April
    2014
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  • 5th April
    2014
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  • 4th April
    2014
  • 04

f0urdirtypaws:

"I love fat girls they’re so hot until they don’t fall to their knees in gratitude for my fetishization of them, then they turn into fat ugly bitches who should just be glad anyone looked their way"

(via newenglandheart)

  • 3rd April
    2014
  • 03
Imagine a world where meat was good for you , would you eat it?

Asked by: Anonymous

fightingforanimals:

Imagine a world where meat is known to cause disease and illness in humans, results in environmental damage, world hunger, animal abuse and death on a massive scale, deforestation and loss of endangered species, exploitation of human workers, and many more horrible outcomes? Imagine not even needing to eat it?

The difference in our questions is that you don’t have to imagine the kind of world I’m describing.

  • 2nd April
    2014
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  • 2nd April
    2014
  • 02
theskinnyconfidential:

EWWWWW!! So gross! Find out the truth about Frappuccinos! 

What is in a frappuccino…
frapp roast: a small amount of concentrated instant coffee
base: a coffee-flavored sugar-syrup (or non-coffee if ordering a creme-frapp); this is what makes the drink more liquid-y.
flavor syrup (which also has sugar)
dry ingredients, if applicable (chocolate chips, vanilla bean powder, etc) 
whole milk
ice. A lot of it. That is the majority of the drink. 
It should be no secret that these sorts of ingredients add up to a lot of calories - it’s all sugar & ice. And they’re made right in front of you… also, not a secret. 
If you still love Starbucks (myself included) and want something lighter, go with espresso instead of frapp roast (freshly ground & pressed, not from a powder) and make it “light”, which will replace a lot of the sugar with artificial sweetener. Still a lot of “unnatural” ingredients. But you’ll consume a lot less calories. 
But yes, of course you’re better off producing something at home from scratch. 

theskinnyconfidential:

EWWWWW!! So gross! Find out the truth about Frappuccinos! 

What is in a frappuccino…

  • frapp roast: a small amount of concentrated instant coffee
  • base: a coffee-flavored sugar-syrup (or non-coffee if ordering a creme-frapp); this is what makes the drink more liquid-y.
  • flavor syrup (which also has sugar)
  • dry ingredients, if applicable (chocolate chips, vanilla bean powder, etc) 
  • whole milk
  • ice. A lot of it. That is the majority of the drink. 

It should be no secret that these sorts of ingredients add up to a lot of calories - it’s all sugar & ice. And they’re made right in front of you… also, not a secret. 

If you still love Starbucks (myself included) and want something lighter, go with espresso instead of frapp roast (freshly ground & pressed, not from a powder) and make it “light”, which will replace a lot of the sugar with artificial sweetener. Still a lot of “unnatural” ingredients. But you’ll consume a lot less calories. 

But yes, of course you’re better off producing something at home from scratch. 

(Source: theskinnyconfidential.com, via boxjenniebox)