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thenearsightedmonkey:

For your summer literary grooving pleasure from Marlys!

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expelll-iar-mus:

johnstamostimelessbeauty:

melodiousone:

thehauntedemporiumofthespook:

diethoroscopes:

Core Strength

Thighs and Butts

Your Whole Body

Strictly Yoga

Try Some Zumba:

Bikini Bod Time

Pilates

Sexy Workouts: 

“Body Rock”

“P90X”

“Insanity”

Guys!
There is this great free app called PumpUp that you can also use!
It lets you create your own exercises the way that you want them. You just tell it what you want to work on (Core, Legs, Arms, Everything, etc.) and what you have around you. So, if you’re at the gym, obviously you have many resources to use during exercise, but if you’re at home you may not, so the app will give you exercises according to what you have!
It also has a Facebook-like page where you can track and share your progress if you want to.
You can also buy a membership if you want. Memberships will give you encouragements and voice commands so that you don’t have to look at the app to follow along with the routine. They’re also currently developing long-term planning to keep you on track and rep counting.
It’s a very cool app!

Re blogging because I need to get my fitness on

I’m probably fooling myself but this may be useful

Add it to my list of things I might do one day

2:23 am, reblogged by thegeeksyndrome
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quothtehblackbirdnevermoar:

il-tenore-regina:

leeeeni:

thebeabook:

doctorbeifong:

A truly MINDBLOWING lesson on the origin of American Southern accents.

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The gif could not be more perfect in describing what just happened.

yay historical linguistics!

BOOM! 

OMG. I had this theory, but am not a linguist and didn’t know it was right.

(Source: ask-changeling-lyra-open)

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missworded said: I like Ekhart yoga on YouTube. Some of her stuff is challenging, but the stuff for relaxation, stress-relief, and depression is milder physically while also opening the heart. In the worst of my grief, her videos helped me to work through feelings a lot, for example. And also just helped me relax. Also, she's not a twenty-year-old trying to flash her ass at the screen in booty shorts. Which is fine and all, but not what I wanted.

quothtehblackbirdnevermoar:

Thanks. Good to know. I’ll try that.

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ipomoeaj:

ladyhistory:

Even more captioned adventures of George Washington.

PART I | PART II | PART III | PART IV

ASSCRAVATS

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jaclcfrost:

i hope that, wherever my hair ties go, they’re happy. that’s all that matters

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mentalalchemy:

tedx:

Watch the whole talk here»

At TEDxDelft in The Netherlands, Dr. John Cohn — Chief Scientist of Design Automation at IBM and the force behind 60 patents issued or pending in the field of design automationgave a rousing talk on why we need to be more playful — in and outside of work and school.

Watch it yourself for a dose of inspiration, and make sure to look out for the smoking pickle (no, really) at 5:22.

(But don’t forget to always seek out adult supervision and be super careful when carrying out experiments. Stay safe and have fun!)

But where do we get that headband?

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I believe we’re shaped by our failures, by our weaknesses and setbacks, at least as much as we are by our successes. In many cases, those failures make ultimate success possible.

Terry Gross, Bryn Mawr College Commencement Address 2014 (via nprfreshair)
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colormenaive:

Betty knows best.

(Source: chrisreblogs)

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