VERY LOVING AND SWEET 💕Missy's #A1890963 kennel card praises her on what a good girl she is! This sweet love bug deserves a loving home and family to call her own. SHE IS SO SO CUTE! Dogs like Missy tend to fall through the cracks so please tag and share her! #Miami Dade Animal Services Pet Adoption Center is located at 3599 NW 79th Ave, Miami, #Florida 33166 and is open weekdays from 10am-6:30pm and weekends from 10am-4pm 🙌🏼 Our shelter is extremely over crowded so please act fast! #mdas#dontshopADOPT#rescuedismyfavoritebreed#love#dog#dogs#puppy#puppies#rescuedog#saveMissy
Happy Saturday babes 💗 @bombshellsportswear got me feeling some type of way this Saturday morning 😍 to kick off this weekend I am going to be announcing the GIVEAWAY winner on my insta story later today!! So keep a look out for your name to be called 😘 Thank you to everyone who entered the giveaway, we had over 400 entries!! That's insane!! So since not everyone can obviously win, I will be doing more giveaways in the near future!! 🤗#bombshellsportswear
BOO 👻 y'all prob wouldn't have guessed it, but it's me, DL under here 😂
I'm dressed up for my furiend @shelbygreyhoundlab 's barkday pawty!! Happy barkday sweetie. I hope to see youz all der ❤️❤️❤️
Guys. I’ve been seeing this quote shared a lot over the last two weeks and while the intention is good, it brings up a BUNCH of things the health community rarely touches on, and these are 1) privilege 2) means 3) accessibility 4) a distorted and disordered approach to the definition of “well”. I feel like people may have been hurt by this message, so I want to jump in and share my thoughts.
The biggest issue I take with this message is how it frames self-worth.. So, if I don’t “eat well,” I don’t deserve self-respect, self-love, and respect from others?
Think about it. Let’s say a woman reads this quote and feels like she can’t possibly be “eating well” because, in her mind, this means eating grass-fed/finished beef, organic produce, and taking $200 worth of supplements a month. This is completely beyond her means, so instead of eating healthfully with what she can do and be welcomed into the health community, she has to read crap like this that tells her she’s not good enough.
Or think of the 40-something that’s gone from diet to diet only to land on “clean eating” and becomes disordered in her eating patterns so much that she’s terrified at the thought of refined oils. The fear paralyzes her so much so that she can’t function in everyday life. Reading this quote only sparks more of the behavior that’s keeping her stuck.
Or the person who just feels like they “can’t seem to get it right.” They’re feeling hopeless, frustrated, and overwhelmed. Reading this quote tells her that because she’s not doing “good enough,” she can’t possibly respect her body, and she should feel shameful about it.
There’s no harm in quotes, they’re used to encourage us to see beauty in situations, inspire us, and more. But when they so blatantly use privilege as the cornerstone of their platform and make us feel less-than because we’re not “doing what we should,” I feel like we’re missing the point and hurting others in the process.
I don’t think I’ve ever celebrated so many of my friends birthdays before in one day! Happy Saturday ☀️
HAPPY BIRTHDAYS to True Blue Miss Dodger @miss_dodger_blue #dodgersoneletswintheworldseries 🍃
Bukkel @bukkel_the_english_bulldog 🍂
Bixby @pattybee_sirbixby 🍃
Ramona @2bulldog_palooza 🍁
Lucy @lucymoon6 🌿
HAPPY GOTCHA DAY to my sweet
Mochi @mochibunny143 🌼
Harry @jackandharrydaniels 🍁
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