New Born Deer x
He looks so unimpressed with the world, like ‘Why is it so fucking bright out here? Christ.’
Visitor Pictures: OK, now this is just about the cutest thing we’ve seen all day. Hope you had a good visit!
Sure, there are other fish in the sea, but you’re my nemo <3
Oh my gosh, this made my day, thank you! We had a great time :)
that’s (one of) my roommate(s)! the one on the right, but that should be obvious….
After going in and out of “health binges” I finally decided to stay a healthy eater. I’ve been in college for a couple months now, and after having a roommate that’s very health conscious along with personal experience it pushed me over the edge to keep eating healthy. That doesn’t mean I can have a cookie once in a while.
For starters I stopped eating desert. It’s a hard thing to do as a college student with the dinning hall displaying cookies, cake, and/or ice cream. You are very tempted at first, but it gets easier and easier to resist the deserts. Secondly, I’ve cut back on meat. The meat at college cannot be healthy for me, and I would much rather eat organic meats at home during breaks. I have also started eating more organic/natural food. I’m buying more and more organic cereals, peanut butter, and other healthy foods. Lastly, I started drinking a lot more tea and stopped adding sugar. Tea has many health benefit and can give me a small caffeine boost when I need it. I usually have 1-3 cups of tea a day. (some are decaffeinated).
A lot of people may think I am crazy and see no point to eating healthy, but I have many reasons. As a runner, I notice the difference in my running capability when I eat healthy. I gave into peer pressure at the beginning of the season and ate desert. I stopped eating dessert two weeks before our last meet and I felt much better during the race and was at my best all season. Secondly, my family has had health problems. After seeing members of my family have health problems, I know I will be at risk for problems such as heart attacks and strokes. I think it’s best to start while I am young. This will make it easier to continue the remainder of my long life. Lastly, I want to become a doctor, and I do want to be a hypocrite telling people to exercise and eat healthy while I’m overweight and/or eating a McDonald’s cheese burger.
All these factors make me want to eat healthy and keep running/getting exercise. I personally do not want to tell people how to live their life, unless I am concerned about their well being. I enjoy running, and I enjoy healthy eating. If I enjoy it, I have no reason to stop anytime in the future.