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yumi. nineteen. judo fan.

a normal girl with big dreams for herself.

i reblog fuzzy things, pretty things, food, cats, foxes, and things that make me snort.

my life revolves around judo as i aim to compete internationally. am currently taking a gap year to focus on my dream.

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"There is a way out of every
situation if you stay calm
and use your head."

Micah Brakefield (via mmaquotes)

"Embrace the grind"

(via mmaquotes)

I’m in Vietnam for a training camp right now.

It’s great and all but yknow what’s greater?

GETTING TO GO HOME Asdfghjkl so homesickkkkkk ahhhhhhhhhhhhh



A+ relationship: Playing video games together, rough sex, pizza and awful humor that only you two can laugh at. 

I really reaaaaaaally don’t want to train today. Been feeling burnt for ages and only just realized that (lack of drive in training, sloppiness, grumpiness etc)

But I feel super guilty for not training when nationals are just 3 weeks away. Asdfghjklllllllll


Tagged as: burnout, judo,

There are some days where I just can’t stand myself either. I don’t know how the people around me do it.

Like one moment I’ll feel entirely self sufficient and in literally 10 minutes ill change my mind entirely with utter certainty. I am a mess of thoughts and instability and fluctuating emotions and idk I’m just really unsure of what my head is doing right now

Confusing? I think so too.

Whatever ill forget about this and think of the things I can do to improve my judo instead.

I made the mistake of thinking I could do something alone simply because I’m uncomfortable with training around others. (this is what I meant by the second paragraph) Buuuuut nvm people always make mistakes. And it’s ok I’m still learning how to handle me and be a better person and judoka.

22 days to nationals, 4 days till I fly to vietnam. From now till then I still have to work on my setup, and my kumikata. Go yumi go!!! I can do it!!!




The woods are lovely, dark, and deep,
but I have promises to keep,
and miles to go before I sleep,
and miles to go before I sleep.

— Robert Frost