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AHhHHHhh I love this doctor I’ve been working with BUT SHE’S LEAVING IN THREE MONTHS FOR ANOTHER HOSPITAL WHYYYYyyyyYYyyYyYYY

exercise feels

I’ve decided it’s really important not to judge people for exercises they do/enjoy (except for curling in the rack, obviously) because you don’t know what’s going on in that person’s life. When I was lifting more I judged everyone doing cardio. Now that I’m kind of swinging back in the cardio direction, I’ve realized it’s okay to not lift for some time.

I’m sure I’m going to get back into lifting after I achieve some other goals - feeling strong is incredible. But running to great music is incredible too. And so is walking. Whatever. Move and be happy and make sure you don’t get injured. 

Happy birthday, Dan! (born July 23rd, 1989)

happy birthday sex buhbomb

well, it may be too late for this cycle, we’ll see, but my MD school apps are in, transcripts are being sent for tomorrow. we’ll see. DO schools will be done by Aug 1. we’ll see. 

in other news, I’ve gotten to over 10,000 steps for the past two days and also done some running in there thanks to my fitbit

work is stressing me out a fuckton butttttt oh well

deciding what type of brownies to make for T for his birthday is very stress also (????) to chocolate chip them or not..

zazzle-poetry:

buy here

need

i got a fitbit one

dis be cool yo

arcaninetails:

breakfast for dinner is fun when you’re a kid but when you’re an adult it’s just like “yo i ate lunch at 5 PM today and linear time is functionally meaningless”

I think I’m going to snag a Fitbit One, especially since I haven’t used my $30 of Amazon.com blood money from the MCAT yet. It seems like the best purchase based on all of the reviews I’ve researched. After this purchase I don’t want to rely on Amazon much anymore if at all due to some of their business practices.