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Eat food from farmers markets.
Drink good tea each morning.
Read books that make you feel.
Paint, even if you’re awful.
Write, even when you have nothing to say.
Sit in the fresh air outside.
Go on hikes.
Swim in lakes and wade in streams.
Sleep as long as you need.
Work hard at what you love.
Work hard at what you hate.

Love unconditionally and wholeheartedly.


How to stay Happy   (via seulray)












dietfitnesshealth:

Fitness, motivation, vegan and advice blog! ✻

dietfitnesshealth:

Fitness, motivation, vegan and advice blog! ✻



1 month since I began my recovery journey

Four weeks into my BED recovery journey, and so far I’ve only lost around 9 pounds. This has been an extremely insightful (aka extremely difficult and frustrating) journey so far, but I think it will ultimately be worth it. It’s hard for me to continue seeing my nutritionist every week, even when I feel humiliated when I fail to follow the plan I’m supposed to be taking,but so far I’ve gone every week. Hopefully, eleven months from now, I can look back at this slog of (enlightening) failures, and see them as important lessons on my path to real and lasting health.


“Yes, poor little old you. There we were, discussing rape, violence against women, systemic oppression and other manifestations of sexism, and you had to jump in to remind us that “not all men” do these things. Why don’t you really say what you want to say? “I HAVE NEVER RAPED/HIT/ASSAULTED A WOMAN!” Right? Isn’t this what you really want to say? Yes, make a discussion that is about the plight of MILLIONS of women about poor little old you. I mean, millions of women are being assaulted and oppressed, but you’ve never done it, so why are we making you uncomfortable with these discussions?”

Brenda Wambui breaking down the ridiculous “Not all men!” phrase over at Medium. Top-notch work. (via itmac)





















Recovering from BED, getting healthy, losing weight (the healthy way), and (sometimes) having fun doing it.

21 years old, 5'5"

SW: 255 lbs

CW*: between 240 and 250

*my nutritionist does blind weigh-ins with me, but tells me when I have met a goal that I've set. I weigh myself the first day of every month.

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GW1: 240 lbs

GW2: 225 lbs

GW3: 210 lbs

GW4: 199 lbs

GW5: 180 lbs

GW6: 170 lbs

GW7: 160 lbs

GW8: 150 lbs

GW9: 145 lbs

UGW: 135 lbs

Complete a rope climb - Run a 5k - Run a 10k - Finish a Color Run - Finish a Tough Mudder - Finish a Spartan Sprint (more to be added soon)

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