"One day you’ll look back on this and realize just how much I cared and just how badly you fucked up."Midnight thoughts (I would have done anything for you)

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weight-a-second:

not-your-incubator:

anti-abortion:

this comic accurately describes a large portion of tumblr

Lets play another round of how many times can you repost the same tired bs in the tag in a failed attempt to make it look right.
Pandas: 1000-2000 left in the wild, they’re classified as an endangered species, because of humans, who are destroying their habitat. 
Humans: over 7 fucking billion and counting. We are not endangered.
This ridiculous comic is false equivalence and a weak argument.

Not to mention the fact that pandas (and the majority of mammals) mate for reproductive purposes. Humans do so for reproductive purposes and PLEASURE. For humans, sex and reproduction are definitely NOT one in the same. We enjoy sex sans-baby so much that we’ve created contraception— which usually works but can sometimes fail. In such cases— and in other cases (i.e. rape, misuse of contraception, etc.)— people who never wanted a child but did participate in a very normal human interaction (hint: the SEX) wind up with an unwanted bun in the oven. Humans have the fucking self-awareness and god damned consciousness to think “hey, I don’t want to have a child/I don’t have the means to have a child/this isn’t the right time for me to have a child” and have an abortion. Why? Because we have free moral agency, We can can do as we please and change our train of thought in an instant. We can decide to go for a run when we wanna sit around. We can hit someone even when we know it is wrong. We can look around at our home and decide we hate it— then up and move across the world. Animals cannot. They rely on instinct and breeding is a huge part of that.
We, as humans, can make the decision to abort a fetus because we have the option to. We can make the decision to have a child because we have the option to. We can do either/or because we are humans and have the capacity to decide whether or not we want to bring another life into this world.
peaceful-moon:

laughing-treees:

adzscott:

Second night camping spot. Somewhere near Wanaka, New Zealand

I dream of New Zealand

this picture made me dream of new zealand
daises-stars:

Checking out all new followers
fitmunk:

mulanlifts:

3 Different Rep Ranges for Strength, Hypertrophy & Endurance
There are three rep ranges that correspond to the three biomotor capacities: strength, muscle building, and endurance:
Strength training entails lifting heavy loads for low reps. Specifically, the 1-5 rep range is best for gaining strength. Powerlifters tend to lift predominately in the 1-3 rep range (i.e. heavy singles, doubles and triples) for their main lifts.
Hypertrophy training, or training to build muscle, entails lifting moderate loads for moderate reps. Often, 8-12 reps is cited as the best rep range for hypertrophy. However, I contest that the 6-15 rep range is more inclusive and accurate.
Endurance training entails lifting light loads for high reps. Specifically, doing more than 15 repsper set trains muscular endurance. Doing such high repetitions places trains the muscle fibers that are resistant to fatigue under stress. In other words, you get better at doing more reps of a certain weight, as opposed to getting better at lifting a heavier weight within a lower rep range.
How Long Should I Rest Between Sets?
How long should you rest between sets? It depends largely on what type of training you’re doing? Here are the basic guidelines:
Two to four minutes of rest between sets is recommended for strength training.
One to two minutes of rest between sets is recommended for hypertrophy training.
Thirty seconds to one minute of rest between sets is recommended for endurance training.
Consider Intensity, Volume & Frequency
The number of reps and sets in your workouts should take intensity, volume and frequency into consideration.
Intensity (or load intensity) technically refers to the percentage of your one-rep max weight used on a set for any given exercise. Practically, though, you can think of intensity as the weight’s “heaviness” (i.e. how heavy it feels, not the actual weight in lbs). High intensity workouts always involve low reps, and usually involve relatively few sets. Low intensity routines are the opposite.
Volume refers to the total work (reps x sets) done in a particular workout session. High volume routines typically involve moderate to high reps and more sets per workout. Low volume routines are the opposite.
Frequency refers to how often you train a particular muscle group or exercise, per week. A high frequency routine can have lower reps and fewer sets and per workout if it involves mostly high intensity training; or it can have higher reps and more sets if the intensity is moderate to low. Low frequency routines are the opposite.
This is not my article. You can check out the who article here 

So helpful!
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1. There’s a reason schools teach Shakespeare instead of John Green; you make your own life, it’s not written in the stars, waiting to start until you find that person with the perfect smile

2. People are a hell of a lot smart than you think. Shut your mouth, stop thinking you know everything, and listen.

3. Getting close and being vulnerable is scary as hell, But you know what else it is? Worth it.

4. Reason really is the doctor to love.

5. The moment you feel your happiness being dictated by another person, take a break from them.

6. Take a step back and look around, you have more friends than you think.

7. Growing up is going to happen and it’s going to be tough. Just stay close to those around you, you’re all in it together.

8. If you’re still checking their Facebook/Instagram/tumblr, you’re never going to get over them.

9. Everything seems worse in the morning. Don’t fall for it, it’s deceiving.

10. No need to be so intense all the time. People get tired of swimming in the deep end, sometimes they need a break in the shallow part of the pool.

11. Stop avoiding everything. Get out of bed, get dressed, go to school, go to work. It sucks at first but it’s part of the healing process.

12. If the person makes you feel like shit and you still go back to them, it’s an abusive relationship.

13. Headphones are great, but listen to music aloud every once in a while. Sometimes you need to scream a song so everyone can hear you.

14. Boundaries are a must.

15. You can be a caring person, but you need to be happy with yourself before you try to make others happy.

16. Try and understand other’s intentions and situation before you get angry with them.

17. Tough love is necessary sometimes.

18. You can’t fix people no matter how hard you try. Get this engrained in your mind.

19. Surround yourself with people who will love and support you.

20. Loneliness is lethal and makes you have a distorted view of things.

21. No one hates you more than you hate yourself. Stop being your own enemy.

22. Someone can only hurt your feelings if you allow them to.

23. Getting your shit back in order is five times as hard as it is to mess it all up.

24. Listen to your parent’s advice.

25. Be open to anything and everything. Life isn’t fun when you’re a closed book.

26. Talking about your problems is great, but there comes a point when talking about it becomes dwelling on the past and it drains everyone around you. Know when you’ve hit this point.

27. A lot of people don’t like their shit showing. More people than you know are going through hard times.

28. Distract yourself.

29. Don’t be so easily swayed, a lot of claims out there are not true.

30. Some seasons of your life are harder than others. This too shall pass.

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30 Things I Learned During the 30 Worst Days of my Life: November 2013  (via cultivate-solitude)

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