Vintage plus size cuties with gingham and bows? Stunning! 💖🎀
Grab my waist and throw me around pleaseeee
Reblog if you wanna see pictures from the front tomorrow 🥰🥰
Boys with a little pudge? Cute 🧡
Boys with a lot of pudge? Cute 🧡
Boys with tits? Cute 🧡
Boys with a lot of hair? Cute 🧡
Boys without a lot of hair? Cute 🧡
dm to see what’s behind the bern ✨
i used to be so mf’n cute
Ask me questions
Im high and bored💕
I bought a scale to see how much I weighed and didn’t like the answer. So I returned the scale and bought a Kit Kat.
Mindful eating is fast becoming my preferred way of dealing with my BED (Binge Eating Disorder). For a start, it’s about embodiment, something I’ve been working on for years dye to my BPD (Borderline Personality Disorder). Learning to hear and trust your body is definitely a mental health goal for me!
Today I found myself getting panicky because I was hungry, and my food wasn’t even started yet. I also didn’t have any snacks to hand.
I found myself considering making a quick “pre dinner” while I cooked, and realised how much that would cause me to overeat. Instead, I decided to Google “why am I scared of feeling hungry?”
A few articles popped up that were interesting, but this one seemed to offer solutions as well as explanation. I’m sharing it here in case it would help anyone else.
I didn’t pre eat, instead I had some lemon water and cooked a normal sized dinner. Feeling very full and happy now, and pleased that today, I took a positive step.
Tomorrow I may eat according to my old habits, but if I do I will try to forgive myself and return to mindful eating.
You are beautiful and your life matters. 🤍
(Image id: bowl of noodles as described)
Vermicelli (rice noodles) in dashi and soy sauce, dressed with boiled tofu, nori, spring onion and kimich.
This was breakfast noodles so I went with vermicelli as they are a lot lighter 😊 it also makes the dish vegan friendly
The reason that the body positivity campaign is so out of whack is that they try to make your flaws into the “new beauty standard,” when the whole beauty standard system was broken to begin with.
The point isn’t to make acne or stretch marks or anything else “sexy” - it’s about accepting your body as a whole. No one should come in and tell you what to like about yourself! That’s the exact opposite of their “message” but what they end up promoting anyway.
There’s a difference between “uck, my acne’s getting worse,” and, “I cannot be loved because of my vitiligo.” Please, accept your body the way it is, but like - don’t be forced to love and gush about everything about yourself, because that will only exhaust you more in terms of self-confidence.
You like your stretch marks? Show ‘em off!
You love your love handles? Work ‘em!
You have a growth on your face that you are confident in showing? Go and get ‘em, tiger!
People are pressuring you into not getting acne cream because “acne doesn’t make you ugly”? Shut that down real quick. No one (that isn’t your doctor) gets to tell you how to treat your body, and no one gets to tell you to not self improve.
Show what you feel comfortable showing, improve what you feel needs to be improved, and take baby steps when it comes to self-confidence. Just don’t aim for perfection, whether when trying to “fix” everything about you or absolutely adoring everything about you. It may be difficult to find a balance, and there are some things that you can’t control, but remember: your body is a machine, not an ornament. The objective isn’t to be an object made purely for appeal. It’s to be a healthy, working, stable force of self-love, self-improvement, and progress, and don’t let anyone tell you any different.
TL;DR: Self-improvement is just as important as self-love, and if you have one without the other, you are doing yourself a disservice.
From another day