usb-dongle:

it has been one of my greatest dreams to beat the living shit out of something at least once so god fucking help anybody that ever tries to assault me because i will be brimming with every violent urge that i have ever tucked away in my entire life

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"Someone can be madly in love with you and still not be ready. They can love you in a way you have never been loved and still not join you on the bridge. And whatever their reasons you must leave. Because you never ever have to inspire anyone to meet you on the bridge. You never ever have to convince someone to do the work to be ready. There is more extraordinary love, more love that you have never seen, out here in this wide and wild universe. And there is the love that will be ready."

Nayyirah Waheed  (via thunderpopcola)

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whythehealthnot:

I appreciate when I run into people I know at the gym, and they briefly wave at me just to acknowledge my presence, rather than interrupting my workout.

We are soooooo on the same page.

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@1 month ago with 422 notes

arabellarosefox asked: Your blog inspires me, You are truely open with everything. I want to become a yoga instructor / yoga therapist, and help other people with eating disorders and depression, once i have recovered from my bulimia. The fact that you are a yoga instructor and also struggle with recovering from an eating disorder, really motivates me, THANK YOU. Your blog has reminded me that dreams are possible, Peace and love, stay strong xxx

Awe wow. You are so sweet, thank you for your kind words. It means so much to me that your inspired and support me. I am not teaching at this moment but I will always be a teacher/student. I love being on my mat, flowing with the waves of your own breath is just so beautiful. You should totally look into it if your heart is in it. I believe in you and you will overcome. It’s an everyday battle but one worth the fight. xxxx ahimsa and namaste.

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carpediemfit asked: Hey, I saw your post about depression and just want to say that if you need someone to talk to I'm here :) I know it's random, but yeah, sometimes it's nice to have someone random to vent to

Thank you love bug x

@1 month ago
styleyourbody:

fitness&health

styleyourbody:

fitness&health

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If you’ve lost one pound. If you’ve lost a hundred pounds. If you’ve kicked your junk-food habit. If you’ve eaten a vegetable today. If you walked a block today. If you ran a mile. If you put down a glass of Coke. If you drank five glasses of water. If you’ve cut 1000 calories or if you’ve cut 100, take a second to marvel at how far you’ve come and how far you’re able to go.

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@2 weeks ago with 28084 notes

"Don’t let me talk. Don’t allow me to get one word out. Push me up against the wall and rip my clothes off. Feel my body quiver as your finger tips run up the inside of my thigh. Take all of me as I am and make me yours."

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@3 weeks ago with 296 notes

"I like art, and by art I mean music, poetry, sex, paintings, the human body, literature… All of this is art to me."

Hunter Reveur   (via cryingss)

xx

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I am my own worst critic

After I wrote my last journal entry I didn’t have anything except my shakeology and an apple. Luckily I saw my therapist that day and she really helped me. I ended up getting myself some vegan chow mein for dinner. Starving won’t get me anywhere except a more sad and lonely road. Been there done that. I signed up for a bootcamp and got my confirmation email today! That really made me happy. I decided to finally work out and that it’d be smart to prep for it since it’s in May and I haven’t done any cardio or strength training in over 5 weeks. It’s amazing how the body changes when you stop working out. It’s truly horrible. I did the t25 cardio dvd at home annnd afterwards I felt like complete crap. My body was in shock… And still kind of is. @.@ I now think about how my body would react if I didn’t train or prep myself for bootcamp and just went into it. It would be like leaving the jacuzzi and jumping into a freezing pool. I’d most likely throw up and my body would probably be in utter shock. Sounds awful. Tonight after working out I felt so nauseous and right now I feel like a shakey noodle. 25 minute workout… Every fucking minute counts! Omg! How is that even possible. I burned over 300 calories too. Having a polar watch really is an extra push for me. My goal is to just keep working out so when bootcamp comes around I will rock it. The program is 2 workouts a day- 6 days a week for 2 weeks. One workout in the morning and then the second workout whenever in the day. (I’ll do my second workout in the evening). Believe it or not about two yrs ago I did a bunch of bootcamps. Best thing I ever did. But I cared more about my taste buds than I did my health and now here I am, 185 pounds. Enough is enough. I’m sick of feeling like crap.

@1 month ago with 1 note
#journal #eating disroders #eating disoder recovery #fitness #boot camp #moving forward #getting healthy 

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