Day 9 with @fitqueenirene straddle variation
by michelledecruz via Instagram http://ift.tt/1gfGHKM
in daylights, in sunsets, in midnights, in cups of coffee.
(Please don’t delete the text, only the picture should show on your blog <3)
~~~~~~~~~~ I’m looking for my next BOTW! ~~~~~~~~~~
*Please only reblog once, liking is fine for bookmarking or moral support but it will not enter you.
*Please be following Amalia.
*Health/fit -blrs only, pretty please with peanut butter on top!
WHAT YOU WIN:
*I will choose a blog to promote every day for one week to over 10.5k dashboards. At least one screen shot promo per day and a MBF in whatever promo games I do.
*A spot on my blog for that week.
*A new friend (me! Unless you don’t want that, of course… [My mom says I’m cool.])
HAPPILY EVER AFTER (What you win when your week is over):
*A big birthday promo on your next birthday.
*Starred on all promo lists you participate in the year you were chosen.
*The Victor’s Tour: A list of all BOTWs of the year promoted for a week at the end of the year.
*A permanent spot on my BOTW page.
My last BOTW gained over 1,035 (!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!) new followers! I will be choosing Sunday, January 12th and your week will begin Monday, January 13th! Happy reblogging <3
'Does running make my legs bulky?' 'Will running make my legs even bigger?' 'If I start running will it make my legs too big and muscled?'
The above mentioned questions are questions I get a lot. I took this picture this morning. I’m Lau, a runner, and I have been running quite some kilometres for over a year now. Let me clarify one thing: running does not make your legs bulky or big. Running, in combination with a healthy diet, makes your legs slim, fit, toned and muscled. It will take some time and effort, but in the end it’s worth it. Believe me!
I don’t think we take enough time to appreciate the periods in our life when our noses aren’t runny. Is your nose runny right now? No? Think about that. Honestly reflect on it. Enjoy this era of peace. There are dark times on the horizon