Don't Give Up.

Name's Nancy, I'm 20 years old and a student at San Jose State University.
This blog is not only about loosing weight, but it is also about being healthy, loving yourself, and enjoying the life you have. :) I am on this journey, why don't you join me?

My personal blog:
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My Instagram:
@nancysroom
leanspo:

q’d (travelling with my family!)

leanspo:

q’d (travelling with my family!)

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angeli-30daychallenge:

Day 10 Experimental Smoothie of the Day: Tropical Green Smoothie

Taste: 7.5/10

Featured Blender: Dynablend

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mightyhealthyquest:

the four golden rules of a healthy lifestyle.

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foundstrength:

TOP: Working out 7 days a week, 2 hour long workouts, not drinking water, binging and purging on unhealthy foods part of the time, and the other times restricting (400-900 cals daily) and an extremely unhealthy mind to match.
BOTTOM: Strength training workouts 5 times a week, running 3-4 times a week, 40-60 minute workouts, drinking lots of water, 5 balanced meals a day (1800~ cals daily), and a healthy positive mind. 
Recovery makes a world of a difference, not just in your body though. In every other aspect of life too.

foundstrength:

TOP: Working out 7 days a week, 2 hour long workouts, not drinking water, binging and purging on unhealthy foods part of the time, and the other times restricting (400-900 cals daily) and an extremely unhealthy mind to match.

BOTTOM: Strength training workouts 5 times a week, running 3-4 times a week, 40-60 minute workouts, drinking lots of water, 5 balanced meals a day (1800~ cals daily), and a healthy positive mind. 

Recovery makes a world of a difference, not just in your body though. In every other aspect of life too.

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fiti-vation:

Recipes to Try

Try these healthy pasta salad recipes that follow our tips for creating a flavor-packed pasta salad.

Antipasti Pasta Salad
Broccoli & Feta Pasta Salad
Melon & Chicken Pasta Salad
Vegetable & Tuna Pasta Salad
Peas & Ham Pasta Salad

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crazysexyfierce:

freshcleanfit:

sweat-and-scars:

Memorial for runner Meg Menzies, who was tragically killed on January 13, 2014 by a drunk driver while on her morning run. 
(Photo taken by Loren Rosado and posted on https://www.facebook.com/events/489458451159627/)

I’m going to repost what she wrote about this photo on facebook too because it was really lovely. 


I got up at sunrise today to take pictures of Meg’s memorial. I didn’t know Meg. I’m not sure why her story has affected me so deeply…maybe because I’m also a mom of young children, maybe because I’m also a runner. But I’ve been unable to get her story…her family…her babies…out of my mind. So, I stood there this morning, with a lump in my throat, snapping pictures of one of the most powerful images I’ve ever photographed. As I did, a man stopped his car and got out and stood with me. He asked me if I knew her. I said no. We stood in silence together. After a minute, I asked him if he knew her…..he said, “Yes. She was my wife.” I’m not sure what I said to him after that, I stood there crying, fumbling over my words, unable to find the right things to say. He was very kind. He told me what he was doing that morning and that he just stopped to thank me. On the way home, I thought about all the things I’d wished I’d said to him. I wish I could have impressed upon him how utterly sorry I am for his loss, how I feel physically ill when I think about those children having to grow up without their mom, how angry I am about the unfairness of it all. I wish I could have spoken encouraging or uplifting words to him. But I didn’t. Maybe I didn’t need to. Maybe all I really needed to say was thank you, Mr. Menzies. Thank you for stopping to speak to me. Thank you for letting all of us in. Thank you for sharing your wife with us, her life and her legacy. Meg has touched so many, inspired so many, and reminded every one of us of the preciousness of life. One of the things you said this morning was that you wish she was here to see all of this. When I look at this photograph, I get the feeling that, in a way, she was


- Loren Rosado


This is incredibly sad. It warms the heart to see that kind of display of love and community, though.

crazysexyfierce:

freshcleanfit:

sweat-and-scars:

Memorial for runner Meg Menzies, who was tragically killed on January 13, 2014 by a drunk driver while on her morning run. 

(Photo taken by Loren Rosado and posted on https://www.facebook.com/events/489458451159627/)

I’m going to repost what she wrote about this photo on facebook too because it was really lovely. 

I got up at sunrise today to take pictures of Meg’s memorial. I didn’t know Meg. I’m not sure why her story has affected me so deeply…maybe because I’m also a mom of young children, maybe because I’m also a runner. But I’ve been unable to get her story…her family…her babies…out of my mind. 

So, I stood there this morning, with a lump in my throat, snapping pictures of one of the most powerful images I’ve ever photographed. As I did, a man stopped his car and got out and stood with me. He asked me if I knew her. I said no. We stood in silence together. After a minute, I asked him if he knew her…..he said, “Yes. She was my wife.” 

I’m not sure what I said to him after that, I stood there crying, fumbling over my words, unable to find the right things to say. He was very kind. He told me what he was doing that morning and that he just stopped to thank me. 

On the way home, I thought about all the things I’d wished I’d said to him. I wish I could have impressed upon him how utterly sorry I am for his loss, how I feel physically ill when I think about those children having to grow up without their mom, how angry I am about the unfairness of it all. I wish I could have spoken encouraging or uplifting words to him. But I didn’t. Maybe I didn’t need to. 

Maybe all I really needed to say was thank you, Mr. Menzies. Thank you for stopping to speak to me. Thank you for letting all of us in. Thank you for sharing your wife with us, her life and her legacy. Meg has touched so many, inspired so many, and reminded every one of us of the preciousness of life. One of the things you said this morning was that you wish she was here to see all of this. When I look at this photograph, I get the feeling that, in a way, she was
- Loren Rosado

This is incredibly sad. It warms the heart to see that kind of display of love and community, though.

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mywarmupisyourworkout:

who is she?

mywarmupisyourworkout:

who is she?

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