Posted on Jul 25, 2014 with 7 notesShare
It’s my coworker’s last day today so uhhhh this is what my department did to her desk. 

"THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU DECIDE TO LEAVE US," they told me.

It’s my coworker’s last day today so uhhhh this is what my department did to her desk.

"THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU DECIDE TO LEAVE US," they told me.

Posted on Jul 22, 2014 with 3 notesShare

Tuesday skeeball is going swimmingly, I must say.

Tonight I earned a spot on one of my league’s teams in case I have no one else to play with next season. This warms my skeezy heart. They even bought me a beer!

Oh yeah and real work is going well too

Posted on Jul 21, 2014 with 18 notesShare

I started my new job today

it was pretty neat

they fed me lunch, gave me a laptop, and told me to bill 8 hours after telling me to go home at 3pm

so you could say things are going well so far

Posted on Jul 21, 2014 with 14 notesShare

weekend recap: camping with courtrunson was A+, 10/10, would recommend

ALWAYS REBLOG CANNON BEACH 
you guys this is my lifeblood i grew up an hour away from this 

ALWAYS REBLOG CANNON BEACH 

you guys this is my lifeblood i grew up an hour away from this 

Posted on Jul 20, 2014 with 30 notesShare

Uhhhh guys

This is important

These photos are almost exactly one year apart

BEST BEFORE/AFTER EVER? POSSIBLY.

Posted on Jul 20, 2014 with 8 notesShare
“Hi Kelly!! I'm really wanting to get stronger, specifically working on my upper body strength before the end of the summer holidays! I want to not be ashamed of my noodley arms - any suggestions on yoga routines or poses or whatever? :D”

—Anonymous

Hello friendly stranger! 

There, there, dear. All are welcome into the loving embrace of my noodley appendage. 

ok but really - firstly, your arms aren’t noodley. second, ok so who cares if they are? mine are noodley too. is noodley the worst thing to be? fuck no! let’s move on. 

If you want to build strength in your upper body, I would suggest:

- plank (press up between your shoulder blades, keep your core engaged, make one long line from your head to your heels ie don’t let your hips lift or sink)
- forearm plank (same tipz)
- down dog (pull your shoulders down your spine and away from your ears instead of collapsing into your shoulders and hanging on your joints)
- CHATURANGA capslock here because SERIOUSLY HO LEE SHIT
- chaturanga is basically a low version of plank. it’s a tricep pushup. if you can’t do these yet, do them on your knees: from plank on your knees (one long line from your head down to your hips), squeeze your elbows into your sides, and lower your body down (don’t drop your belly first) as you bend your elbows back to a 90-degree angle. then press back up to your plank (on knees, or however you started)
- good ol’ pushups
- engage your arms in poses like Warrior II, Warrior III, Airplane (a variation of Warrior III), Locust variation (arms down by your sides, palms facing down toward the floor, squeeze/engage your triceps when you lift up), really anything where your arms are lifted or outstretched in any way. It’s really easy to let your arms become noodles in these poses because you’re concentrating on other things, like how much your quads burn in Warrior II, or your balance in Warrior III, or lifting your chest and legs in Locust. so think about squeezing your noodley appendages, and they will gain strength! 

I hope this helps! 

Posted on Jul 20, 2014 with 26 notesVIAShare

courtrunson:

Camping with goodbyekellybelly aka photographing Kelly doing handstands and stuffs.

I JUST LIKE TO BE UPSIDE DOWN IN PRETTY PLACES I CANT HELP IT

Posted on Jul 20, 2014 with 29 notesShare
We found a mural.

We found a mural.

Posted on Jul 20, 2014 with 6 notesShare
Pit stop.

Pit stop.

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