One day at a time!

I'm trying to eat healthier and exercise more :)

Anonymous asked: How do Muslim girls learn so much about sex :S

tasnimsmentalroadtrip:

Sorry I forgot that Muslim women only reproduce via ankle flashing

llit0st:

I know I’ve posted a good billion progress pictures, but I’ve never actually spoken about my mental progress over the past year or so.. 

Picture 1, I absolutely hated my body. I’d eat Mcdonalds 24/7 and if my parents refused to buy me some I’d just starve myself to the point where my parents felt obliged to buy me fast food all the time. I was constantly depressed (even depressed is an understatement). I didn’t exercise at all, hell even walking to the kitchen was a workout for me. 

Picture 2, I absolutely hated my body. I was eating less than 500 calories a day and had an extremely unhealthy relationship with food. God forbid I ate something unhealthy because I would literally spend the next week crying and not talking to anyone. I used to black out constantly and I still thought I was fat when I looked at myself in the mirror. I honestly spent every waking moment taking progress photos, jumping on the scale, and grabbing my fat to see if I had lost any weight. 
Not to mention doing 2 hours of cardio 7 days a week. And to no surprise at all, I was still depressed.

Picture 3, I eat about 2000 calories, minimum. I eat clean a good 90% of the time, but still don’t deprive myself if I’m craving something. I have a cheat meal once a week. I workout 4-5 times a week. I do cardio once every fortnight, if even that, and I don’t want to cry whenever I look at myself in the mirror. I’m basically a happier person in general. I still have shit body image days where I still feel big, but its a massive improvement from feeling like that 24/7. I know my body hasn’t changed that dramatically but I’ve come an extemely far way mentally and I’m really proud of that ☺️

llit0st:

I know I’ve posted a good billion progress pictures, but I’ve never actually spoken about my mental progress over the past year or so..

Picture 1, I absolutely hated my body. I’d eat Mcdonalds 24/7 and if my parents refused to buy me some I’d just starve myself to the point where my parents felt obliged to buy me fast food all the time. I was constantly depressed (even depressed is an understatement). I didn’t exercise at all, hell even walking to the kitchen was a workout for me.

Picture 2, I absolutely hated my body. I was eating less than 500 calories a day and had an extremely unhealthy relationship with food. God forbid I ate something unhealthy because I would literally spend the next week crying and not talking to anyone. I used to black out constantly and I still thought I was fat when I looked at myself in the mirror. I honestly spent every waking moment taking progress photos, jumping on the scale, and grabbing my fat to see if I had lost any weight.
Not to mention doing 2 hours of cardio 7 days a week. And to no surprise at all, I was still depressed.

Picture 3, I eat about 2000 calories, minimum. I eat clean a good 90% of the time, but still don’t deprive myself if I’m craving something. I have a cheat meal once a week. I workout 4-5 times a week. I do cardio once every fortnight, if even that, and I don’t want to cry whenever I look at myself in the mirror. I’m basically a happier person in general. I still have shit body image days where I still feel big, but its a massive improvement from feeling like that 24/7. I know my body hasn’t changed that dramatically but I’ve come an extemely far way mentally and I’m really proud of that ☺️

(via llit0st)