Quotable.

“You gotta have style. It helps you get up in the morning.

It’s a way of life.

Without it you’re nobody.

…and I’m not talking about a lot of clothes.”

“I’m terrible on facts. But I always have an idea.

If you have an idea, you’re well ahead.”

“The only real elegance is in the mind. 

If you’ve got that, the rest really comes from it.”

*all images via Pinterest

Diana Vreeland

1903-1989

Harper’s Bazaar Fashion Editor (1937-1962); Editor-in-Chief of Vogue (1962-1971)

Monday Motivation

Celebrities have to work for it too. 

Heidi Klum and Brooklyn Decker running in my favorite city!

Isn’t this picture of Vanessa Minnillo adorable? Newlywed Glow x1000.

Dancing is most definitely exercise. Beyoncé gets extra points for doing it heels.

Fergie and Josh Duhamel on a run date.

Obvi Pippa Middleton got that famous booty from running.

One day, I’ll be using my Hermès Birkin as a gym bag too. One day. (p.s. I don’t care what anyone says, I still love Kimmie K.)

Jessica Biel always looks perfectly put together when she runs. Take note people: running/working out in your ill-fitting, stained, “I painted my living room in these” clothes is NOT cute. Don’t do it.

“I dated Alex Rodriguez and all I got was the most amazing arms you’ve ever seen.” – Cameron Diaz

What are your workout plans for today?!

*all photos via people.com

destroy yesterday.

Yesterday’s run was too slow. Last week I failed a midterm. Today I skipped a workout. Tonight I skipped some homework. Everyday I cheat on my diet. Twice a day I wonder if I’ll ever get any faster. Right now I’m thinking about waking up in the morning and leaving all of that on the pavement. And that’s really all I’ve got.

it’s like nothing else.

I saw this video over the weekend and had to share it. I love it when I see celebrities running. The “I’m a Runner” column in Runner’s World is my favorite part of the magazine. I just love hearing their reasons for loving this sport the way I do. In the video, British singer Ellie Goulding said that running was the best high she’s ever experienced and I completely agree. Running does something real for you. Something that goes beyond losing weight or getting in shape. It’s about escaping the craziness of the world. It’s about pushing yourself. It’s about learning how to lose your breath and then regain it without stopping. It’s about pushing through that first miserable mile (or 2) so that you can get to the elusive runner’s high. And when you finally get there, you wanna do it all over again.

*song in the video :: Ellie Goulding. Under The Sheets (Jakwob Remix).