formerly known as d eggs

i'm moving on to bigger and better things. follow me on my journey to reinvent myself and become even more awesome than i was at the height of my d eggs era. enjoy!!!
Ask me anything


mostly I’m excited to be able to walk around in my underwear without being judged once I live on my own 

i am a firm believer in the following idea:  if you live alone and don’t spend most of your time at home in just your underwear, you’re living life wrong…


When people ask what I’m getting for my gf on Valentine’s Day


is this even a kid show


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The world’s most viewed TED Talk. In GIFs!

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This is extremely important. I’ll never not reblog this.

The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new.


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You are enough. You are so enough, it is unbelievable how enough you are.

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I want someone to feel this way about me.

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I want to feel this way about myself…

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one time i was trying to dirty talk with my ex boyfriend and i started saying ‘i’ve been a very bad girl’ and he said ‘why what have you done?’ and i didnt know what to say next so i just said ‘i’ve burnt down a house’

this one kills me every time I see it, lol


Our setters #honnolding on one of over 25 new problems on the top out boulder. @alexhonnold @chris_sharma @mosespotter @climbrocker @kshutt11

lol, these guys…always clowning around at the gym…

But if you look at the people who are consistently achieving their goals, you start to realize that it’s not the events or the results that make them different. It’s their commitment to the process. They fall in love with the daily practice, not the individual event. What’s funny, of course, is that this focus on the process is what will allow you to enjoy the results anyway…


the first word that comes to your mind can tell you a lot about where you are in life

the first word that came to my mind was “list”…not sure what that means…lol

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The advice I have for beginners is the same philosophy that I have for runners of all levels of experience and ability – consistency, a sane approach, moderation and making your running an enjoyable, rather than dreaded, part of your life. 

Bill Rodgers, four-time winner of the Boston Marathon 

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The Syracuse team about to do a 2 mile time trial. (From Runnerspace’s Instagram)

snow running

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