stepstonewlifestyleHey awesome people of tumblr! I'm 22 year-old gym addict and food lover,studying Nutrition and Health, on my journey to create the healthiest,strongest and the best version of myself! My passions are cooking,anything related to health/nutrition and fitness. Aaand I'd love to talk, so come and say hi! :) [This is my second blog and if I`m following you that`s from my main blog which is darkside0fm00n.]


When people say “I wish I could do that” I just hear “I’m too lazy or not dedicated enough to achieve what you have.” The only thing holding you back is you. You have to stop making excuses, stop feeling sorry for yourself, and kick your ass into gear. If it didn’t work for you the last 5 times try something else.

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"Dont ruin a good today by thinking about a bad yesterday. Let it go. "

— Unknown  (via elauxe)

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I cannot believe that a guy just asked me how much i bench. In a bar. WTF

Too much caffeine. Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

"I'll coach you."
"I'll coach you."

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What you think, you create. What you feel, you attract. What you imagine, you become.


What you think, you create. 
What you feel, you attract. 
What you imagine, you become.

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"When you truly believe in what you are doing, it shows. And it pays. Winners in life are those who are excited about where they’re going. "

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Overachievers are people who have achieved but still feel the need to do more, creating an imbalance in their lives. People who exhibit this behavior may be trying to compensate for feelings of insecurity and doubts about their worth. They may be chasing unresolved issues from their past into the present, or they might not be looking at their lives as a whole, but judging themselves based only on one aspect of their being. If this is a word that we’ve heard used with respect to our choices and lifestyle, it is worth examining in order to balance our lives for a more rewarding experience.

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"We can use our quiet periods of contentment to plan and prepare for our next phase of growth and keep the cycle of improvement ongoing in our lives. It is easy to forget that our lives are a continuous process of improvement and feel a false sense of completion when we finish one phase of growth. While we can enjoy a feeling of contentment and satisfaction for our accomplishments, we must also keep looking forward and working on ways to expand our lives. By engaging in periods of reflection upon our next phase of growth, we are continuously lending our energy to the formation of better life circumstances. As you use this period of contentment to plan for the next part of your journey today, your intentions will lay the groundwork for your dreams to manifest. "

— Daily Om
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Andreia Brazier


Andreia Brazier

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