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Mandy. 24. Connecticut.
Personal and Fitness blog.

Highest Weight: About 200lbs/90.7kg
Current Weight: 177lbs/80.2kg
Goal Weight: 130lbs/59kg
Goal BF%: 17ish%

Healthblr. EDNOS sufferer. Baby liftblr.

This blog is meant for tracking workouts, discussing my diet, venting my frustrations, showing off my family, and anything else I want..

I promote body positivity, even when I don't like what I see in my own mirror.

I track #mandyqueenofsquats; so tag anything you wanna share (especially if it's your adorable face).

Anon is always on if you have any questions about anything ♥

Kik: mandyqueenofsquats

Nothing like Jay carrying a sleeping kid into their beds to first make me go, “aww what a good dad”, and then “lets make another baby right now!”

swoldiers-of-freedom:

swoldiers-of-freedom:

just messaged a good friend from college who got his degree in exercise science or pt (i can’t remember everything) but asked him if he’d be interested in coaching me. I’m hoping to get crazy awesome and win some comps. like awwww yeaaah.

and he said he’d do it.

Time to put in some fuckin work.

Git stuff! Oh yeah!

looklovelyfeellovely:

freeingeileen:

Part of recovery is feeling sad, or angry, or hopeless, or negative, or “fat,” or anxious, or uncomfortable, and sitting with those feelings without hurting yourself to change that. 

Recovery isn’t all about feeling happy. Yes, you will feel joy, but the ultimate goal is to be able to feel all of those feelings (even the “bad” ones) and be okay with that.

It’s okay to not be okay. Just don’t hurt yourself. 

So goddamn important ***

(via fitformyrecovery)

stronglikekatniss Well, I celebrate the seasons, major and minor Sabbats . It’s more symbolic than literal. Lammas/Lughnasadah is coming up, that begins the harvest season.

Basic earth stewardship is another practice of mine. But that’s not so much a Pagan thing as it is a basic human thing. Picking up trash, if I take something from nature, I leave something (like food for animals, etc.)

I don’t follow a set belief system like Druidism, Hellinic, or Wicca. I just do my own thing lol

I do try to use corresponding herbs, colors, etc when reaching a goal. Basil for luck with money, blue for healing, etc. Like I would burn a green or gold candle while meditating on a goal to get a job (after applying and stuff first of course). Little magicy stuff like that.

I haven’t done diddly squat lately, but I’d like to get back into it.

Yea that makes sense :) I'm pretty flexible with my views I kind of go with what compliments my values etc. Where are you from?
mandyqueenofsquats mandyqueenofsquats Said:

Over in Connecticut :)

True story: I met a pagan priestess (basically like a pastor of a church) who lives a few houses up. I’m this close to checking yes for a Lughnasadh celebration, too lol

THIS BITCH WANTS $75 TO GO HALFS ON A PAIR OF DC SNEAKERS FOR A 13 YEAR OLD GOING THROUGH PUBERTY WHO IS BOUND TO GROW OUT OF THEM IN A FEW MONTHS.

Plus halfs on the rest of the shit he needs for school.

Fuck her.

I’ll get him a backpack, two pairs of jeans, four shirts, and a package of socks. That’s it.

She fucking shoplifts movies and games left and right, but doesn’t think about shit her kid needs.

Fucking skank ass bitch.

serenitysonora I have one deck from my step grandma, and the other was a set at Walden Books I got back in 2002-2003? Something like that. I haven’t touched them in forever. I don’t even remember what each card means. I’m bad at this thing lmao

I used to follow pagan beliefs also! I'm more Buddhist now than anything but that's too cool. :)
mandyqueenofsquats mandyqueenofsquats Said:

I don’t even know what I’m doing anymore tbh lol I still ue herbs for healing and other stuff. Like basil is good for money, so keep some in your wallet for luck with money.

I’m more of a folklore type if that makes sense haha

Fun fact: I have pagan based beliefs.

My small collection of pagan books, two decks of tarot cards and rune stones. Packed away in a Dell laptop box.

sameatschildren that sounds amazing! Thanks!