I can’t say I’m all that hungry, still wanna eat all the food though.
Either shark week is coming soon or my metabolism got faster because of all the exercise I’ve been doing and I need more fuel for my body now or I’m just really bored.
people with anxiety disorders are so brave like we feel unbearable amounts of anxiety over doing things like going to the doctor or getting on a plane or talking on the phone or taking a test but sometimes we find the strength to do those things anyway even though we’re terrified out of our minds and that’s really amazing. people with anxiety are brave as hell
Keeping it positive today and feeling 100% better.
Also, have I mentioned before I absolutely love my new(ish) hair? I think I’m gonna stick with it for a while.
"Your 20’s are your ‘selfish’ years. It’s a decade to immerse yourself in every single thing possible. Be selfish with your time, and all the aspects of you. Tinker with shit, travel, explore, love a lot, love a little, and never touch the ground."
My life is such a mess right now.
I honestly don’t know what to do with it or even what I wanna do in the future.
I’m so completly lost. I felt like there is nothing waiting for me, that things won’t get better because I’m no good in anything.
So I’m just gonna sit here and keep hoping that if I cry hard enough that emptiness in me will get filled with something again and all of my problems will magically go away along with it.
A little reminder just in case it has slipped your mind
Recovery is not a number.
Recovery is not a weight.
Recovery is not ‘eating healthy’.
Recovery is not avoiding foods.
Recovery is not constantly counting calories and worrying over the macros.
Recovery is about finding yourself.
Recovery is accepting who you are when your body is happiest.
Recovery is a journey, an adventure.
Recovery is learning to live.
Recovery is a way of life.
Don let your disorder foul you into believing otherwise.