5 foot something with the skinny jeans

Hey there! I'm Rachel and I'm 22 years old! I grew up in New York City and my current adventure brought me to Virginia. I am a former dancer turned law student. My activities include traveling, running, Crossfit, spinning, various strength training, light hiking, and cooking. I eat 80% Paleo and 100% Gluten Free, except for one cheat day per week.
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Small miracles ๐Ÿ™Œ
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When Zayn comes back online
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ig: crossfittraveler
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fun drinking game: take a shot of water every couple hours to make sure youโ€™re healthy and hydrated


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Time is running out :)ย 

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Found this old picture of me from two years ago and just had to compare. Jeeeeez. 165ish before 120ish after.

Now I’m going to go finish some cake.

You’re amazing.
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Imma be real with y’all, and this is just something that comes across my mind every now and then: It bugs me that we make excuses for wearing makeup to the gym. Like, “people come straight from work/school and don’t want to take the makeup off! give them a break!” Here’s me from five seconds ago. I put on my makeup this morning TO go to the gym. Granted it’s not much: a CVS concealer/foundation thingy and a quick line of eyeliner. But the gym is the most substantial part of my day. I spend 3 to 4 hours a day there, working my butt off, and training with my husband and a ton of my friends. I want to look cute (for myself obviously since I already landed my dream guy lmao.) and I will not make excuses for my choice to put on makeup๐Ÿ˜›
Anyway, this is me, a couple hours after a brutal WOD full of hang power cleans, back squats taken from the floor, deadlifts, and burpees over the bar. No makeup touch-ups were done afterwards and I’m now going about my day looking reasonably cute if I say so myself, (despite messy hair). I sweated my butt off and I never stopped working, even at those points in the WOD when you’d rather just go lay down and die. (Maybe I’m just not a face-sweat-er?) But either way it shouldn’t matter. If you want to put on makeup when you’re going the gym, do it. Forget that stupid idiotic saying that you’re trying to impress guys, and screw feeling like you have to make an excuse. You don’t owe anyone anything. Putting on makeup does not diminish my ability (OR YOURS) to train hard and be badass. Yup that’s all I got, thanks๐Ÿ’๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜
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how could you not reblog this.

Hardcore judging you if you don’t reblog this.

This is my favorite tattoo picture.

always reblog.

reblog every time.


This is so sad
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