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hey howdy and welcome aboard (sorry so late--grad school was murder) and all the best. hope the past few weeks have been going strong
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Hi! I'm Sam, I pretty much hate my body too. And I have a guy who's all like "You're beautiful!" as well. I find it semi annoying, but hey, he's slowly helping to improve my body image, and I love him for it. I also play the flute, but I don't like being quite as busy as you seem too.
In anycase, Good luck with your 5K and your workouts in general. I'm kind of jealous that your school gym is free. Mine was expensive, so I didn't join it.
Hello, I'm Kristin and I'm a Junior at the University of Portland. I'm pre-med, and getting a double-degree in biochemistry (BS) and music (BA), with a minor in biology.
I play flute and I love chemistry. I often volunteer for non-profits and am an insane kid. I'm in my university's honors program, as well as the Blue Key and Alpha Lambda Delta honor societies. Oh yea, and I also am working two jobs and taking 22 credits a semester. I don't like talking about my school stuff much because i get a lot of negativity from people who don't understand that I just like being busy (:
Anyways, I gained something like 10 pounds my freshman year and packed it on hardcore my sophomore year. I used to be hot and skinny, now I've pretty much let myself go and don't really care what people think. I do, however, care about what my boyfriend thinks (even though he SAYS I'm beautiful. bleh.), and I hate my own body, so I've decided to do something about this stupid big ass I'm carrying around.
I'm running a 5k next month and have been training for it for 2 weeks. That's my main motivation to keep working out right now, but I'm planning to continue when I move back on campus. The gym at my school is free (and pathetic), and it's relatively easy to eat vegan on campus. Portland is also one of the best vegan-eating cities anywhere, so I'm set!
TL;DR: Hi, I'm Kristin, and I hate my body. Let's be friends (:
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