"When you first made the fitness blog, you just wanted to lose weight. You wanted to be skinny, wether it be for bikinis or a prom dress or just because you hate your body. You reblogged dozens of skinny bodies of girls you only could dream of looking like. But somewhere along the way, you read a story, or found a certain blog that changed that. You didn’t care about being skinny, you cared about being healthy and treating your body right and loving yourself even if you aren’t anywhere near your goals. You stopped reblogging skinny girls and started reblogging sweaty girls, or people running, or quotes, and lots and lots of oatmeal. That’s the fitblr community, not us trying to control your life but trying to control our own."
AlcoholicFitblr (via alcoholicfitblr)
This. I rarely re-blog pictures of women (unless it’s a celeb or a chick with tattoos I think are awesome) because I don’t compare myself to others and feel as though when I do that I’m not good enough and always have to pick something about myself that I don’t like and need to change. You know what, fuck that? I love myself with every flaw that I have and everyone deserves to feel that way.