Londoner, 22, dreamer, final year student, ex-addict, ex-cutter, beginner optimist.
Having struggled with an eating disorder for over a decade and getting nowhere aside from drug addiction I decided to finally buckle up and do it the healthy way.
My ultimate goal isn't to be skinny, but to be happy, because, frankly, is there anything more beautiful than happiness?
Height: 167cm (5'6'')
Highest:172lb (78kg) 2005
Lowest: 130lb (59kg) 2011
Start: 151.2lb (68.5kg)
Current: 145.8lb (66.1kg)
Goal: 120 lb
7 Day GM Cleanse Went Great
**Currently Final Exams until 17th May**
Please bear with me! 145~~140~~135~~130~~125~~120
it’s not you’re* or your*. it’s all Mine. everything is Mine
(via chinups-n-pinups)@4 months ago with 347189 notes
Of the Copenhagen Diet.
Cannot actually wait to weigh in because I feel so much better already! 3 more days (the last one will be mad tricky because I’ll be visiting a friend and questions might be asked, but I’ll figure it out…)
Planning a healthy way to ease into a normal, healthy diet :D@4 months ago
I’ve not really been on here properly these last few months, and I’ve not really been taking care of myself properly either. I had a lot of changes in my life which meant my life was turned upside down for that time and to be honest it is still not completely sorted out. There were huge amounts of stress involved and in my typical fashion I gained like crazy. To be honest I’m even too embarrassed to disclose how much I weigh at the moment. But I do have more time for myself now and I am back, with more resolution than ever.
Life is too short to be unhappy with my body, the 14 year old girl I was who first decided to lose some weight would be horrified that at 22 I still haven’t gotten myself in check.
What I’m currently doing is the very draining, and somewhat controversial Copenhagen Diet. (13 day plan, incredibly strict, with a very limited calorie intake, only recommended once every 2 years). I’ve done it before and the results were fantastic and as promised, no effect yoyo. I’m currently over the halfway mark, noticing effects in my face (the biggest indicator of my weight) and looking forward to the end and a final weigh in (when I will put before and after weight in.