Written by Official MakeItUltra™ Contributor: Jamie S. (AUS) Founder of: Scan Philosophy Time is something we can never get more of. We cannot go to the bank and ask for more time, where as we can often ask for more credit. Managing time is so crucial to modern day life. Many are packing more into their days […]
Yesterday I was the most excited to go see my best friend, and that excitement never went away. About halfway to see her (2.5 hours away) my check engine light came on and my car was shifting funny. Some days I have a rough go with my manual when I’m not paying attention so I wasn’t super concerned. Then I just kept trucking along, until I could barely go 50 mph up a hill.
Just to make sure I went to the Toyota dealership in town to make sure it was ok, nope. Never can something just be normal for me. Not only was it something crazy, but the original spark plugs were still in my Rav, my 99 Rav. The wires inside my first cylinder were messed up and they were not sparking, causing it to misfire and gas to leak into my engine. Thankfully the dealership I went to was super helpful and got me taken care of quickly. They would have been able to do it that day, but they had to get the wires delivered to them, although they got them first thing this morning.
Even though it was super annoying to have to stay the night there because it was not planned, I loved getting to stay the night with my bestie. Today was her daughters 2nd birthday, and I loved getting to be there for that. Waking up to her wondering where her Aunt Nina was is the best. On top of that, Kels and I got to sit on the porch and drink beer, smoke, and talk all night. There is nothing better than that.
Thank goodness for a great best friend, and a dealership who was wonderful to a young girl who needed help.
“One resolution I have made, and try always to keep, is this: To rise above the little things.” ~John Burroughs We are low on gas, we stub our toe, we spill our coffee, we pick up cereal, but forget the milk. Little things can add up to bring us down, if we let them. It is important […]
Often you will be faced with doubts and adversity. Many people or circumstances will make you doubt yourself, make you live in fear or in worst cases make you even hate yourself. Beneath all these is the undeniable truth that you are indeed amazing being. So dust off all of these negativity and embrace your […]
The once and the future queen, She’s found her happy ending She’s shedding her veil of protection To which she used to tightly cling Her heart is safe within his embrace No longer will she shy away from love For she knows he’ll never hurt her, He’ll show her happiness she’s only dreamt of Take […]
So I’ve been really working at this whole half marathon training, so far it hasn’t been to bad. The biggest downfall I’ve had is with the guy I’ve had a thing with for almost 6 years now…
We were talking and I was complaining that my running bra is to big for me now (I’ve lost almost 2 inches in my chest). He then got upset because he doesn’t want my boobs to get smaller. Then he proceeded to tell me that small boobs is a deal breaker for him… I just can’t stop thinking about it.
I did all my measurements last night and have lost a lot of inches overall, and was super pumped, then somehow began to feel upset about it because of the boob comment. It’s really making me question everything about this with him. How am I to know what will happen as I continue to get in shape?
I’ve always been a bigger girl and have really been working to try and drop 50 pounds, if I do, these babies could get a lot smaller. Does this mean he is only with me for my boobs? Does he even like me for anything else? Questions, questions, questions….
Thinking for now I may just let it ride, but not let the chances of someone who actually likes me for more than my chest size be a possibility. Does this mean maybe I don’t really like him either?? Maybe everything we have been together is just sex, and maybe we should just keep it that way.
“…with their selfies and their texting.” If you’re between the ages of 15 and 29 I’m sure you’ve heard some variation of these words before. Usually spoken by someone born in the 60’s or 70’s. ‘Don’t trust anyone over 30’, Jack Weinberg said. And while this is a gross generalization, he sure was up to […]
Originally posted on The Belle Jar: 1. I am six. My babysitter’s son, who is five but a whole head taller than me, likes to show me his penis. He does it when his mother isn’t looking. One time when I tell him not to, he holds me down and puts penis on my arm.…
Do you have a lack of motivation? Are you bored often? Here are a few tips you can use to get your fire burning again! Begin to live life passionately. First, organize your life so you don’…
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