These are amazing! Just like NAKD bars but a lot cheaper. Got these from Quality Save - pack of 4 for £1.49. Lush 😊
3 273:51 PM Feb 11, 2019
Gotta love a cherry bakewell 😋
5 375:55 PM Feb 9, 2019
Suuuuper ripe banana and some nature valley granola bars for today's afternoon snack 😋
Struggling with life in general right now, all the emotions are well an truly returning 🙄but taking each day as it comes and still fighting Ana to the ground👊🏻 Hope that u who's reading this are having a great day and are pushing for what we all ultimately want the most 🌟
Snacking it up the right way 😉
I like to remind myself that you're not "gaining weight", you're RESTORING the weight that you never should've lost. "Gaining weight" simply means that our relation to gravity 🌙☀️ is slowly changing.
In comparison to the world around us 🌍, that change is minuscule.
It's so minescule in fact, that when we gain weight, NOTHING significant changes - the world continues to spin at the same speed that it always has done, the sun rises each morning and it sets each evening.
We all continue to go about out busy lives
We all continue to LIVE.
As humans, we're all constantly changing - our age changes, our weight changes, our LIFE changes.
We're restoring the weigh that our ED tried to steal from us.
So let's make it our mission to remember that when we eat that extra food, when we push for true recovery and when we see the scale continue to move in the right direction, we're simply winning the fight of our lives 🌻
5 509:20 PM Jan 12, 2019
Weekly reminder that if your salad is bland and unsatisfying, you’ve been led astray. Healthy food can be delicious, fun, satisfying, AND keep you feeling good for hours after. ❤️
3 1124:25 PM Jan 10, 2019
Merry Monday my loves!
After a lovely lie-in I'm having a nice warming breakfast of milky porridge with Apple, and seeded bread toast with Nutella 😋
I'm off work today, but have got plenty of things to keep me busy.
Hope you're all smashing recovery 💖
1 3710:46 AM Jan 7, 2019
2nd picture for scale, this was massive.
Me and my boyfriend shared this humongous carrot cake slice.
It was so dense and lush
Hope you're all having lovely Saturday's x
5 428:06 PM Jan 5, 2019
So here it is!
I'm sooo happy that I actually got what I genuinely wanted.
Curried chicken on a mahoosive naan bread!
Ate it all too 😊
So crazy full after this but it was wonderful to be able to see my friend and actually be normal and enjoy food.
Also, might even be going out for a meal tonight with the boyf!
Here's to recovery and finally living again ❤️
3 422:19 PM Jan 5, 2019
Very milky porridge and a slice of wholemeal toast with peanut butter and banana.
A really yummy breakfast this morning, exactly what I wanted to have!
Nervous about lunch.
I'm going to a English pub restaurant with a dear friend who I've known for years, way before anorexia.
We parted ways 5 year ago when my ED came along, so he doesn't know anything about my ED.
I'm still deciding what to order, as there is so much choice on the menu and I'm afraid of choosing the "wrong thing". Anyway, enough of me wittering on!
I'll post on here what I end up choosing!
Hope you all have a lovely Saturday morning lovies x
Learning how to hear your own body’s cues begins by listening.
But what do we do when tapping in is uncomfortable? What do we do when we’re constantly fatigued, nauseated, and anxious?
Taking the first steps into self-care is uncomfortable and unsettling. In a world that is filled with stressors and distractions so we can ignore those stressors, facing our fears is terrifying, and it is so much easier to keep hiding from ourselves.
This work is worth it. Paying attention to how you feel after you eat, move, sit, work. Checking in with yourself after long days and hard conversations. Listening to yourself, your mind, your body.
So do it: listen. The discomfort you feel are your mind and body trying to tell you something, and by learning to hear yourself, you can learn how to live in better ways than you ever thought possible.
Pictured: quinoa, greens, roasted carrots, and @eattempeh lentil tempeh with tahini lemon dressing inspired by @occasionallyeggs ✨
Went to the Christmas markets yesterday with my boyfriend and we both got a lovely warming hot chocolate (with whipped cream!) it was completely unknown calorie too 😊 ☕️🍫 Recovery is about making memories like this, and I'm so ready and motivated to continue pushing anorexia out for good!
To anyone that reads this - I hope you're having a lovely day, and are also fighting for YOUR life back!
simple, quick, delicious 😋
Sometimes it’s hard to believe that I used to starve myself, but if I ever get back to that level of extreme hunger, I can see why: it’s an addiction.
Diet culture and hunger are my drugs of choice, and once I get a taste of that feeling again, no matter how well I’ve been doing recently, all those thoughts become overwhelming. Between running on empty and my past glorification of that feeling, I don’t have the energy fight my demons.
I have since intentionally done everything in my power to avoid being that hungry, because being that hungry is a trigger. Eating wholesome, complex carbs, fats, and protein keeps me full so that I have the mental energy to focus on and enjoy my life, but to also avoid slipping back into my old habits.
EAT. It’s hard and it hurts and it goes against everything your demons are telling you, but it is a necessity that you don’t need to earn. You already deserve it :)
4 1264:05 PM Nov 15, 2018
Burnt the toast a little but that's okay 🙂 food doesn't have to be perfect!
So breakfast this morning was a (crust!) slice of toast with peanut butter, and yogurt with honey and an apple.
Days off work can be hard but I'm keeping busy and pushing through 👍
Whoever reads this, I hope you're having a really good day 💜
5 381:53 PM Nov 10, 2018
The absolute pillar of my happy, healthy eating: bowls.
What is a bowl? Some people may call them “nourish bowls”, “Buddha bowls”, “power bowls”, or even “salads”. For me, these consist of 4 main ingredients (with some occasional extras added in):
4. Nut butter sauce or Avocado
These bowls began with one of my all-time favorite dinners: brown rice, @organicgirl super greens, garam masala sweet potatoes, ginger garlic kale, and air fried tofu with peanut butter ginger garlic sauce. After these meals, I would feel incredible, have tons of energy, avoid that post-meal slump, and stay full for hours.
Recently, I’ve begun changing the recipe, adding new things, trying new spices, playing with different vegan protein sources. Making dressing with tahini, using @eattempeh’s incredible different tempehs (made in Portland!), playing around with different veggies and herbs.
These meals are also perfect for meal prepping. I can prepare all my ingredients in one big batch for my upcoming work week and have incredible lunches all ready for me instead of spending hours each day shopping and cooking. This saves me so much time, money, stress, and the physical discomfort of not eating the way my very moody digestive system wants me to.
I’m very comfortable with my eating now and have a host of recipes that not only fuel me, but taste amazing. This didn’t happen overnight, though; this was the product of scientific research, browsing Pinterest, watching YouTube videos, experimenting in the kitchen, listening to my body.
Learning what works for you takes time. Hate healthy eating? Don’t feel bad and don’t give up! “Healthy” means something different for all of us. Green salads with oil-based dressings—the poster-child of healthy meals—never made me feel good or energized or satiated. By trying new things and going out of my comfort zone, though, I’ve built an arsenal of easy meals that help me live my best life.
Try that new recipe, mess up, burn your food, over salt, underseason. The only way to learn is through trial and error, and taking the time to discover what works for your body and your life is worth the effort ❤️
On this crisp & fresh morning, it feels like Autumn is in full flow! 🍂
I absolutely ADORE Autumn, I love the warm and comforting foods, the snugly blankets, the hot chocolates, the fresh feel of the morning air and the promise of Christmas!
I decided to have exactly what GEORGIA wanted on this bright ☀️and frosty❄️ morning and it turned out that I was fancying a hearty and warming Autumn-themed breakfast! So here is a bowl of milky porridge (made with semi-slimmed milk!) topped with banana, cinnamon and sweet honey 😋 yum!🍂❄️🍂❄️🍂❄️🍂
1 3411:26 AM Nov 5, 2018
So afternoon snack today is an apple and a bag of sweet popcorn (not had popcorn in ages but challenged myself and it was lovely).
Today's been an odd one. This morning the doctor prescribed me fluoxetine / prozac as he thinks it would be beneficial to my recovery at this moment in time.
I've never been on anti depressants before, so I'm pretty nervous.
Just hoping that they will eventually help to calm down my mind a little.
If anyone has got experience in taking this medication for anorexia, OCD and depression, it'd be good to hear your opinion on the drug.
Hope you're all taking care of yourselves.
Much love 💜
Morning snack today was a Halloween themed muller corner 😋
Note to self and anyone else struggling with this - it's such a simple concept, but if you're peckish and you've eaten breakfast, and lunch is a while off... you CAN have a snack to tide you over.
It is normal and fine.
End of 👍
2 359:40 AM Oct 17, 2018
My afternoon snack today was very beige!
Two rice cakes (one caramel, and one topped with lemon 🍋 curd) and a banana 🍌
Really hope you're all well x
Question - does anybody else worry ExcEsSiVely about money, and do the worries get worse when you're at a lower weight and / or restricting? I struggle with money worries a lot when the anorexia is present or my weight is too low, but when I'm doing well, the obsession with saving money literally just seems to go?! All the more motivation to keep pursuing recovery though 🌟
So anyway, part of lunch today was 3 rice cakes (anyone else absolutely looove rice cakes) 😍 Gave myself a little challenge and topped one with lots of ultra sweet strawberry jam 🍓😋 it was lovely and I don't even feel bad about it 😁, one was caramel flavoured and the other was simply wholegrain. Next I'm gonna challenge chocolate-topped 🍫 rice cakes because they look and sound lush ❤️ I really hope that you're all having a lovely Thursday and are fighting with everything you've got to get your lives back x
Meal-prepping has completely saved my butt more times in these past 3 weeks than I care to admit.
Through a lot of self-assessment, exploration, and research in the past few years, I’ve slowly begun to figure out what meals and what meal times make me feel the best. Foods that make me feel good, keep me full, and taste amazing.
Healthy eating is difficult to access for many reasons: food deserts and price are the most talked about, but the knowledge and time required are two enormously limiting resources even if you DO have reasonably-priced grocery stores nearby. I’m a middle class girl living in Portland, and I still struggle with consistently eating in a way that makes me feel (and poop) good.
Enter my new secret: meal prepping.
I don’t mean making 5 identical meals that sit in the fridge, but preparing freezer muffins for breakfast, baking sweet potatoes, cooking rice, boiling eggs, mixing up some overnight oats, and stocking my fridge with quick snacks. By prepping ingredients and a few breakfasts, basing my diet around whole foods so much cheaper and easier. I’ve saved money, time, and helped my body feel its best.
Figuring out meals that augment your life, that you enjoy eating, and that make you feel great takes years of dissecting diet culture and debunking food myths and learning to listen to yourself. Figuring out ways to make this food accessible to yourself, though, is an entirely different beast.
Setting aside a few hours each week to prepare some components of my meals for the coming week has saved me so much money, time, and stress. Even if I wake up late to work, I’ve got baked oatmeal cups and boiled eggs waiting for me. Even if I’m struggling to get ready in time, I’ve got edamame and tempeh in the freezer, rice in the fridge, and a delicious nut butter-based dressing at the ready. Even if I’m exhausted after my post-work run, I can heat up some delicious berry pie overnight oats for an amazing nearly-instant breakfast.
Take time this week to plan and prepare. Finding time each day for self-care can be impossible at times, but by building little practices into your schedule, caring for yourself becomes a habit 🍃
6 983:09 PM Oct 4, 2018
Hey B.E.Fit Crew! Give this one a try. It’s called REST!! As much as I preach about staying moving and getting your sweat on I think it’s EQUALLY important to preach about RECOVERY! Your body needs it so that it can become stronger. So make sure to rest and recover. Here’s some things I like to do to allow my body to recover:
🙌🏻get enough sleep. At least 8 hours 🙌🏻hot salt bath 🙌🏻hot yoga/yoga/stretching 🙌🏻foam rolling and light body weight movement 🙌🏻an easy hike or walk 🙌🏻kayaking or swimming .
Recovery doesn’t have to mean sitting on your #arse all day and eating cookies. It means giving your body s rest from the hard work you do, but staying active in that you’re not a bump on a log :) #letsdothis#befit#beastelisefitness#letsworkout#letsrecover#getyoursleep#youneedit#dontrobyourself#fitness
4 612:48 PM Oct 4, 2018
Morning Snack on this frosty autumnal Monday ☀️❄️ is a crunchy green apple, and a sweet lemon drizzle NAKD bar.
Had this whilst catching up on Saturday's episode of Strictly Come Dancing, because a day off work is just that... a day 'off work'. Remembering that relaxing and enjoying yourself on your day off work, is COMPLETELY NORMAL. Let's banish 🙅🏼 those Monday blues 💙 and replace them with a sprinkle of positivity 🎉 "Whenever you feel sad, just remember that there are billions of cells in your body, and all they care about is YOU!" Those cells are working super hard. They're devoting all of their time and energy towards looking after YOU, so it's now up to you to do whatever you can to take care of those cells. This includes fuelling up regularly, listening to your BODY not the ED, resting well and taking care of number one!
Let's continue to nourish our bodies so that we can flourish! 🍴🌺🍴🌺🍴🌺🍴🌺
3 3910:16 AM Oct 1, 2018
Tried the muchly muchly talked about sticky toffee and pecan cookie tonight 🍪 that inside money shot tho😍 -
Super soft and melty... kinda gave me fig roll vibes too idk🤷🏼♀️🤷🏼♀️🤷🏼♀️🤷🏼♀️ probably isn't something I'd personally pick in store but good if your vegan nonetheless. -
Off work for a long weekend now which is definitely needed as I feel really rundown and sore. Tonight's close was super long as well but got loads of things on the waste (including this bad boy) so my freezer now resembles an actual costa store😂😂 #edrecovery#eatittobeatit#realrecovery#foodie#foodblogger#anorexiarecovery#letsrecover
Morning snacking on a sweet crunchy Apple that was sprinkled with cinnamon 🍎😋 because contrary to the thoughts that raced through my mind as I prepared this... morning snacks are NOT 'unnecessary' and if I want a snack to tide me over until lunch, then I'm gonna have a flipping snack!
Non eating disordered people simply eat whenever they feel that urge to, so that begs the question - why should those of us that are trying to recover and normalise our relationship with food, feel that we must wait for just the 'right time' or even begin to categorise it as a morning / afternoon / night snack?
So I shall now continue about my morning, with a clear mind that isn't cluttered with those all-consuming food related thoughts that arise whenever we restrict.
I really hope that you're taking care of yourself today too ❤️
We're all in this together my lovelies. We've got to fight back against the disorder that has already taken up waaay too much of our precious time x
Apple Pie Porridge!
This morning, I topped my oats with a spoonful of sweet bramley apple sauce 🍏 and it was sooo good 😋 next time I'm gonna make it super autumnal by adding cinnamon and raisins! 🍁🍂🍄🎃 So I've been absent from this account for 5 months. I'll just say it as it is... I relapsed. Fully. And it was 💩 however it HAS made me realise what I do and don't want from life.
I've never before been SO determined to fight back against anorexia, and start actually living life 🌍☀️ Here we go again lovelies, I really hope whoever is reading this is winning their battle too 💜 xx
Day 29 of my Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program. I had a major setback. Sickness, pain and a high stress level easily trigger my panic attacks. Unfortunately, I've had 10 panic attacks over the last week. I've never had so many back to back like that. I couldn't keep my anxiety and depression medication in my system, due to a terrible stomach virus. I'm so thankful for my Recovery Coach this morning for not getting upset with me for not being able to mentally or physically perform the tasks I had assigned for myself 2 weeks ago. Happy to be back at work and I can start over. We all need a little help sometimes. 🖤 #fightdepression#fightanxiety#keepgoing#dontstop#letsstartover#letsrecover#dontstoptilyoureproud#dontgiveup#staystrong#backtothegameplan
Practicing some self love today with a bath and bath bomb. I'm also gonna rant a little, and I never do this on social media. But here it goes.
Not gonna lie, it's been an awful couple of months mentally. My anxiety and depression have been kicking my ass, and the body issues are starting to hit hard now. These last two weeks have been especially bad. I'm sorry if I haven't talked to you or replied back. I've been exhausted, and I'm mainly only talking to whoever is at the house at the time. I'm always free to talk if anyone needs to rant or vent though, so please hit me up if you want/need to
I love you all, and I think you're all beautiful souls ❤️💓🌈
6 249:03 PM Aug 8, 2018
There are days harder than others. Today was unfortunately one of them. I feel bad because when this happen, I am so angry at myself and I don't know how to control this anger so I am being rude with my family. But I don't want to hurt them. I mean, it's not their fault.
Even though it was hard, I can tell myself that I've done it and that I am probably stronger now. Once you've live it, you can only do better next time.
0 342:44 AM Jul 30, 2018
Anorexia has been getting progressively stronger. When we have an ED, it can be so difficult to see ourselves changing our behaviour in order to appease the eating disorder.
Relapse is a normal part of recovery, I now realise that I need to fight back.
I REFUSE to slip backwards anymore!
Peanut butter is full of healthy fats and protein, wholemeal toast is a brilliant source of carbohydrate.
No guilt is allowed.
Let's all fight this shit sweethearts 💖
3 308:35 AM Apr 30, 2018
"Your body isn't your project, your LIFE 🌟 is your project!"
1 243:03 PM Mar 30, 2018
2 chocolate biscuits because sugar won't kill me and cravings should be honoured! 😋
3 3610:45 AM Mar 28, 2018
Bran flakes, blueberries and almond milk 😋Mornings can be difficult, my therapist says this is because we're more prone towards anxiety in the mornings, therefore anything that we find remotely anxiety provoking becomes amplified. The guilt and indecisiveness are definitely amplified right now but I'm gonna fight on through- even if it does seem like everyone in this recovery community are doing so much better than me at the moment. "Stop comparing your life to others. There's no comparison between the sun ☀️ and the moon 🌙. They both shine when it's THEIR time." We all have positive attributes
We all have 'flaws'
Our perception of these qualities may differ from the beliefs of people around us.
That's okay. We are ALL human, and we are ALL different. It's a cliche but it's true. Stop comparing. You are individual.
Even if we literally became the mirror image of somebody else 💁🏼💁🏼 we would still be different, because inside, we would still be ourselves. So what's the point?! Be YOU and work it!
Be yourself! Do what you want and
eat what your body wants, and in turn, become the genuine you.
Eat and nourish and you will...
🍟 get your personality back
🍓 get your healthy happy body back
🍕 grow stronger (both mentally and physically) every single day!
1 398:37 AM Mar 27, 2018
Steamed veg and curry for dinner tonight
Days off work are lovely, but they always cause Ana to come in and scrutinise my every move.
On the busy work days, I find it easier to make food choices because I simply don't have the time for Ana, however when I've sat around for most of the day, and I have the time to reconsider my actions, it's really difficult to actually make a decision on what to eat and when.
This is all part of the recovery journey though, and I'll embrace it for what it is.
1 376:47 PM Mar 10, 2018
Saturday afternoon snacking on a wholemeal toast 🍞 with peanut butter and banana 🍌
Gonna write in my new journal which has one of the sweetest quotes on the front of it... "All it takes is faith, trust and pixie dust!" Feeling a bit more anxious than usual today, but not gonna let it affect my progress.
We're all in this together, so let's find out inner strength and battle those demons 💪🏻
2 343:52 PM Mar 10, 2018
Breakfast is a gift from the gods imho 🎁
I honestly loooove breakfast more than I care to admit 😍
On this brisk, sunny morning ☀️, I'm enjoying my brekkie of porridge, banana and peanut butter topped with a gingernut biscuit! 😋 tucked up in front of the telly with a sweet Cuppa tea ☕️ Saturdays off work are the best 😊
2 339:25 AM Mar 10, 2018
Good morning my lovelies! 💜
This morning, I'm breaking the fast with marmalade and crunchy peanut butter on wholemeal toast. All totally unmeasured and freedom-filled!
I read a poignant quote yesterday... "The most important person to keep your promises to is yourself"✨
It made me think 🔙 to all of the promises that I made to myself when I was little 👧🏽 Just give it a quick try now - when you were younger, what did you want to be once you had 'grown up' and become mature enough to make your own life decisions?
I'm sure that those life goals and promises (however small they may have been) didn't include "counting my calories" or "avoiding certain foods 🍕🍰🍫🍪🍭 in order to appease the nasty voice 👿 in my head". NO! Our life goals and promises were once based on positivity and enthusiasm. They involved our hobbies, our dreams, our aspirations and most of all, THEY DIDN'T ENCOMPASS OUR EATING DISORDER'S DEMANDS!
If you're in recovery, or if you're about to enter recovery, you've already made a SUPER BRAVE step towards getting YOUR future back on track. You're going to be able to accomplish all of those life goals and you'll for-fill the promises that the younger (and probably more rational) version of you made to yourself.
Come on my loves, lets get together and FIGHT👊🏻 those voices 👿. Go against EVERYTHING that they whisper, 🖕🏻 no matter how loud they may become 🎙We have got to do this for the younger version of ourselves 👧🏽 The happy, carefree, child within us all. The child that has endless dreams, goals and plans for the sparkly future ahead of us.
With each and every step in the right direction, we will kick that voice right down into the ground until it can no longer be heard, and once it has been successfully squashed and silenced, we will go about pursuing OUR future, the one that we had all planned out from the very beginning! 🌻☀️🌻☀️🌻☀️🌻☀️🌻
2 367:36 AM Oct 20, 2017
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Today was part two out of the three anti-fur protests for London Fashion Week and their twisted and dated take on the use and abuse of tortured animals. Concisely, they still believe it's acceptable to skin conscious creatures alive in the spirit of ego and self-indulgence. As a result, the last ten hours for me have included screaming in Cara Delevingne's ear hole like a mink mid-murder, making children cry and exercising those steel lungs of mine to the unfathomable extreme. But all of that came after the vegan festival in Wembley, of course. And here is our mac and cheese platter and our dreamy flower-pot-ish walnut whips 👌
I'm back at my friend's house now and we've just engaged in one of the finest edible layouts you could ever conceive, but I'm absolutely shattered and in urgent need of regaining my strength for the finale. My throat feels as if something has clawed its way up it in a life's-endangered manner, but my recent verbal projection has nothing on the tonsil-tearing screeches that come hand in hand with having your beautiful flesh peeled from you. I'm going to restore my resolute for the time being, but can I just quickly urge you all to remain additionally vigilant when it comes to fur and fur trims. The price definitely doesn't mirror the true source and some popular high street stores have been known to sell cat and other pelts under the identity of faux.
Remain aware, remain awake 🌙 and think occasionally of the suffering of which you spare yourself the sight. Goodnight ❤️💕
14 37811:25 PM Sep 16, 2017
If someone told the girl in the last picture that she'd be a mom a year from that day, she would've laughed. She would've laughed because for her there was no tomorrow. For her there was nothing that mattered more than the numbers on the scale or eating less than the day before. To run until her knees gave up. She would've laughed because she knew she wouldn't be alive next year, and then she was. She is. And it's time to get better. (More on the blog) #fuckanorexia#letsrecover
While in the backseat of a car traveling towards the coast as a child, I saw fireweed for the first time. After a seemingly endless stretch of lush, beautiful, mysterious Oregon forest I’d grown to revere as a demigod in my fantasy-obsessed childhood heart was an area scorched by wildfire. An open field, blue sky above, sun beating mercilessly below, and yet covered in a blanket of bright pink. I asked my mother, the fount of botanical knowledge, what was growing, and she taught me of how fireweed was one of the first plants to return after a wildfire, helping the soil to return to conditions livable for the other native plants I knew and loved.
While sad for the forest that had been destroyed, these fragile, beautiful flowers not only were paving the way for something new to rebuild, but adding their own unique beauty to the land. From a purely scientific standpoint, fireweed helps rebuild the ecosystem and allow other species to slowly move back in, but for a poetic heart, they symbolize the return of something colorful and beautiful and brimming with life. Against a landscape of charred trees and ash, bright pink flowers resembled a hope and newness I would often think back on fondly since that summer drive to the coast.
For the most part, my baseline these days is much like it was when I was a child: happy, energetic, enthusiastic, and hopeful. These are a stark contrast to the shitty years I spent as a depressed, anxious, suicidal self-harm addict with an eating disorder.
I have chosen to rewrite the memories from those years, not as a trauma I spend every day running away from, but a trial that helped me to grow as a person, to love harder, to live with more passion, to try to remember how endlessly wonderful life can be in spite of the fresh shit that inevitably comes with every day.
So too have I chosen to cover my self-harm scars, not with something to pave over my past, but something as beautiful and transformative as these past 6 years have been. This is my pain, this is my blessing; the rebirth of a wonderful life from the ashes of self-wrought destruction.
Thank you to Jessie Violet (@hexagonia_) for this beautiful tattoo ❤️
15 1875:46 PM Jan 3, 2018
Eating things on grass is one of my fondest pastimes. I also enjoy eating things out of cardboard boxes and drinking things that char the softest of my nostril hairs in the process. I have a problem with paying for things by weight though, weight is nothing more than a numerical reflection of a relationship with gravity and that applies to lunch containers piled high with a falafel medley too. I could preach teriyaki tofu directed self-amicableness until I'm blue in the face, which might be some time now that I'm currently sporting a shadowy vine tomato hue.
I'm actually SO pumped for the summer. I've been under the impression that I absolutely detest this slightly sweat-associated season, but twelve months ago I was just generally shit and hated everything.
Hopefully these untold rosy weeks spread out before us will be full of many more isolated incidences of eating things on grass, nose hair singeing and an everlasting blaséness towards a numerical reflection of a relationship with gravity. I love my love my life so much right now, infinite indebted vibes to all the astonishing individuals gracing me with their presence and who I love to actual pieces.