Tainted Love

Sometimes I feel I've got to Run away, I've got to Get away from the pain you drive into the heart of me The love we share Seems to go nowhere And I've lost my light For I toss and turn, I can't sleep at night The words of the song burst through the gym’s … Continue reading Tainted Love


The Lifting Diaries: Wut

Dear Diary, I've come up with a new way to combat staring in the gym. It doesn't bother me as much as it did before, but it's still irritating to feel eyes burning into your back...and sometimes your backside. My new battle strategy is called the "wut." It's a face, personally my favorite, and it's … Continue reading The Lifting Diaries: Wut

The Lifting Diaries: Cravings

Dear Diary, Ever since I've been home, eating healthier and much cleaner has been a breeze. Well kind of. You see, all of my meals are delicious, yet simple and nutritious. But about once a month, around that time--alright, the period cravings. They make eating good soooo difficult. Around this time last month, I was … Continue reading The Lifting Diaries: Cravings

The Lifting Diaries: The IBTC

Dear Diary, I got a new sports bra!  It's from Target, and it's reversible! I'm totally obsessed. It fits me just right and accentuates my small boobs--wait. Scratch that, it doesn't really accentuate my itty bitty boobs, it actually makes them smaller. When I found out my boobs weren't growing any more, I learned to accept … Continue reading The Lifting Diaries: The IBTC

My Journey to Sexy (Phase 1: Accept Compliments Normally)

After reading Taylor from  Pinstripes&Lipgloss 's post, I came to the conclusion that all three of those things were exactly what I did. When it comes to compliments, I'm probably the worst at accepting them. But wait, how can someone not accept compliments? It's simple. It's not that I don't accept them. I just do it in a strange … Continue reading My Journey to Sexy (Phase 1: Accept Compliments Normally)

The Lifting Diaries: “Why do you eat so much?”

Deary Diary, As you know, I have been lifting weights for about two months. And within those two months, my appetite has increased--a lot. I usually ate, what some people say, "normally" but now it's on the next level. Well, I shouldn't say people called my eating before normal. Being a vegetarian, people assume I … Continue reading The Lifting Diaries: “Why do you eat so much?”