I am a 25 year old student, into sports and more pleasurable parts of life. The truth of the matter is I'm still getting to know myself, my wants, finding out what else arouses me.. and loving every minute of it. I'm not an author, but I can certainly say I'm an avid reader of the stories published on lush (but not incest or child related materials).Updated: my gallery is now visible only to my friends. I do not add just anyone, least of all people who don't even bother writing a single word beforehand.
Hmmm, I 'm gonna go with my first thought ... #2 is false? Nope, #2 is true :-) I forgot to leave mine ... duh1. I have a child.2. I like to play with wrinkles on certain material.3. I like to be barefoot a lot.4. I can't stand sweets. Number one? :-)
Ate a ridiculous amount of pancakes with home made marmalade.
Now that must be awesome! Hm, then probably #4?Nope, number three is true :-"
My username means I suck at coming up with usernames. ^^
My guesses for this page (and please let me know if I'm right or wrong, because some of these things are just awesome ^^):----Lovly_Me702: 3- I hate catslaugh_out_loud: 3. I have a fish. Nikki703: 2. I have lived in 6 statesAngelHeart01: 4. I've been asked to perform live with Missy Higgins.jacobport: 1-I was drafted by Cinncinati Reds baseball teamDancewithme: 3. I love good vegetarian food preparationskyliekained: 2 I am a professional D.Jmotorcyclepilot: 3. I have nine children.Pinkluva: 1) I am ambidextrous.LivFreOrDie: 3 I live with my dad musicluver: 2 I hate spiders----And something from me:1. Have never bungee jumped.2. Fluent in 3 languages, slowly learning a fourth.3. When in primary school I tried to seduce my music teacher.4. Enjoy anal play (giving & receiving).
Thank you. Hope it actually helps anyone :-)
This is an interesting topic. One of my ex girlfriends was right up this alley. She thought her boobs were too small, with which I totally disagreed. I wouldn't reject nor force my partner. The main point for me is that a woman feels satisfied with her own body. I have nothing against plastic surgery, nor in this case breast enlargement, until it doesn't go into extremes. I may be disappointed (this may be a bit to strong of a word) if she changed them at first (because she even felt the need), but it's really her choice and not that big of a deal in the grand scheme of things... fake or natural, it doesn't really matter. I'm not dating her boobs, but her.
Michael Buble - I'm your man :-"
Like many before have said. Combining different areas - eating healthy, exercising and trying not to worry about it.Regarding food, I try to eat balanced meals, usually 5times per day. No sodas, juices, and so on. My exercise includes going to the gym (5 times per week, if I'm not too busy, other wise every other day) and yoga. The latter helps much more than you would imagine. Especially for your "inner peace" (I understand "fit" as having a healthy body, as well as a healthy mind).But mostly, having fun with what you are doing. Otherwise it really is pointless.
I think Knickerbocker7 said it well. Would like to add a couple of things though.Firstly, if you're going to drink green tea, don't buy tea bags. Buy quality green tea. You have a great number of choices at your disposal. And try to buy something vacuum packed, because it otherwise oxidises and loses it's effectiveness. And please don't use a general rule like 3minutes for brewing. Every tea is different (some require boiling water, others just below, some 1min, other 2, etc).I cannot stress the importance of breakfast enough. It doesn't just wake up your body, but also keeps it burning more calories over the whole day, than you otherwise would. What kind is up to you and there lots of articles with more detailed explanations and suggestions (seeing as you're into fitness you could visit bodybuilding.com, cutandjacked.com, simplyshredded.com, etc). If this is a problem for you, you could start with a glass of orange juice or something similar and slowly build up to a proper breakfast. Exercise is a must, but don't overdo it. Over training is a very bad thing, as it does more damage than good (longer recovery times, more likely to injure yourself, etc). It's best to combine different types, like knicker said. And when you're weight or resistance training, don't forget to train your legs. This will get your metabolism going faster and for a longer period of time, than training other parts of the body. Plus, don't neglect your core (abdominals and lower back).Water + green tea is a winning combination. Try not to drink juices and similar crap.. most of people don't realize just how bad they really are. Natural juices are another thing, but you still shouldn't overkill, as they are high in sugars.And if you have a sweet tooth, try switching to dark chocolate (has many more oxidants, much less sugar, so it doesn't cause your body to produce more insulin, is good for your brain, and you can hardly eat as much of it).Mostly, do it one step at a time. If you try everything at once, you are most probably going to fail. And people should stop using the word "diet" in that context. It refers to the way we eat, not the way to lose weight (diet =/= weight loss diet). I should also point out that dieting to lose weight doesn't work. Yes, you can lose weight, but not necessarily fat (usually you lose water and your muscle energy reserves, next the body starts losing muscle, builds up on fat reserves..) + almost everyone than falls back into their old habits and ends up gaining more weight than they lost.Good luck! :-)
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