What can I say - despite having this blog for almost four years now, I still sometimes have loads to say. Firstly - intake for today. I'm pleased with it - according to my calorie counter (which is SUCH a novelty to use, because I can do this in my head instantly - today I wanted to treat myself) I have had 555 calories which has consisted of kale stirfry, a fromage frais and copious amounts of coffee/tea = milk. The event better news about this is that I also went for a 10km walk which burnt 653 calories. So, MUTHA FUCKERS if you can't do the maths - that is a net of (negative!!) - 98 calories. BOOM! Let's hope the scale reflects it.
Secondly - I will be posting a weekly update like Lolita does. <3 Lolita! Anyway, so I will have an official weekly update.
Thirdly, lastly - I cleaned up my reading list again today and I started with almost 300 blogs that I followed. I cleaned them up based on 1 single criteria and that is whether they have been active in the last six months (note: six months). I now have 29 blogs on that list. What the fuck happens to people in this community? Bored teenagers who think it's fashionable (and then not) to have an ED - do they die? do they recover? do they get bored of sharing? was their ED not an ED but in fact just one obsessive diet? I have no idea. It just makes a person think you know. ANYWAY, my lonely thoughts aside, I'd really like to have a few more blogs to read - any that you can recommend? I found like four new ones that I like (fuck it, may as well share):
- if you like Ruby's blog, you might like this one: Crazy or sick - there is just so much going on in her life. I kinda relate to this because if you are a bored kid at home with an eating disorder, that's one thing. When you are a functional adult and you have to manage your eating disorder around making sure that your life doesn't spontaneously combust, as lives do - I relate to this, the secrets, the shame, the judgment that you avoid
- Nobody dies a virgin, life fucks us all
- Finding a way out of depression - this lovely girl breaks my heart. I can relate to her loneliness wanting someone to listen (GO THERE NOW!)
- Mandy Devoidde
Anyway, BLOG ME!!
Peace & Love