There's never been a situation quite like this one: Senate Republicans are poised to start voting tomorrow on a far-right health care gambit. But even now, no one knows for sure what they'll be voting on. http://on.msnbc.com/2gXS4RK
In the first ten years of my modeling career I worked out with some of the best trainers all over the world and trained myself. For "inspiration" I would think about the jobs I had coming up, or the clients I was going to meet, or the guy I was seeing. But after awhile I realized that the narrative in my mind was that; as I am I was not enough. Consequently when I looked in the mirror I could only see my flaws, and that I could never live up to the photoshopped images I saw of myself. NOW I am aware of these pitfalls that every one can fall into, I am no different from any other person, we ALL have our insecurities. When I learned that I workout for me, my health, and my mind, I was able to set aside my fears in other areas like work and relationships. That's was when I began to see REAL change!
Rep. Blake Farenthold (R-Texas) thinks it's "repugnant" that "some female senators from the Northeast" aren't voting to take Americans' health care away. Let's start with his idea that Alaska is in "the Northeast." http://on.msnbc.com/2v0SEUS
With the Russia scandal intensifying, it was unsettling to hear Donald Trump boast he has "the complete power to pardon.” When members of Trump's team contradicted each other on this, it made matters even worse. http://on.msnbc.com/2gXlqzy