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I'm in a book, oh my gosh.

Journal Entry: Thu Feb 6, 2014, 6:42 AM
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So some of you might have read the Faery Rebels series by RJ Anderson. If you haven't, I urge you to do so. Nomad, the 5th book, came out about a month ago and they just go from strength to strength. They have a wonderful way of being sequential and looping back to the previous characters without detracting from each book's central plot and characters.



I started reading Nomad last night at about midnight when I went to bed and didn't put it down till I finished at around 3am. I was about to close the book and go to sleep when I read the acknowledgements.



..and promptly started making very high pitched excited noises. I woke up my cat.

Sleep was impossible after that.

Here are the finished fan-arts I have on DA

You Take My Breath Away by Street-AngelWhisper by Street-AngelLet Her Go by Street-Angel

The first of which was also featured in Neo Magazine
There's also a couple of WIPs on my Tumblr





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  • Listening to: We are Believix
  • Reading: Emperor of Thorns
  • Watching: Wolfblood
  • Playing: Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask
  • Drinking: Fanta

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grovhakket Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2014
It is never a compliment to call a guy too skinny, nonetheless it is socially acceptable. I didn't go around saying "Im beatiful as i am or this is the way i am" because that answer can for some reason only be used by fat people. I went and did something about it.
I think it is socially accepted by society to be thin and not fat because it is healthy. You feel healthier being skinny, and you live longer, so of course society is going to say it is the correct way of looking. 

Metabolism changes depending on what you do with your body. Grow a lot of muscles and your metabolism will skyrocket. 

I was one of those who couln't gain weight or so i thought. I could actually really easily gain weight, it just required me to actually work out and think about what i ate consistently. 

If i had know that the only important factors are intake/outtake i would have started training way sooner. If i hadn't chosen to believe the easy answer; that i "simply could not gain weight" i woulnd't have wasted so much time being unhappy with something i could so easily change.

Everything i hear is just excuses, even though you state that this isn't true. Diseases and weird genetic disorders are merely something to hide behind so you dont have to work out. 

Look at me, as an ectomorph i have a harder time gaining muscle than others. This doesn't mean i should train in a different way, it doesn't mean i will have to follow special rules. It just means that i will have to train a little harder to gain the same results. And i really mean a little, ones genetic makeup really isn't somehing you should think that much about. Just go work out, eat within your calculated calorie need and the results will show. No matter who you are, or what body type you have. All it requires is persistence. 

And yes, fat = does not move ones body enough to burn of the consumed calories/cannot control own urges and eats more than needed (lazy).
Mental health problems are the only legitimate excuse to me, and working out is a great cure for depression. You become more happy by working out, more fufilled and you feel more confident, because our bodies are designed to reward us in that way.
Because of this, working out will become a very pleasent experience once you're used to it, and it doesn't have to be a chore. 

I think the internet is excactly the place to discuss this and i think it is very different from stopping someone on the street. On the street it is private, posting half-naked pictures on a huge website is not private. 
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OliviaWhitley12 Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2014  Student Artist
I'm Sorry To Say Happy Birthday To You.But Still Happy Late Birthday!Hug 
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Phanwarrior Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2014
Happy Birthday!!! Hug Party 
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ZeroConfidence Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2014
:iconpartycannonplz: Happy Birthday! Ha ha! =D :iconcakeplz:
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moonlitinuyasha1985 Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2014
Happy Belated Birthday!:party:
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