- one bad test grade does not mean a failed class.
- an unhealthy meal does not make you unhealthy.
- one unkind remark does not make you a bad person.
- one cut, one binge, one purge, one fix does not mean being clean is hopeless.
- one mistake does not make you a failure.
- one million mistakes do not make you a failure.
Reblogging this because I need this.
I really needed to hear this
(Source: mishacollons, via katiesfightforfitness)
21 days ago I had one of the worsts binges I’ve ever had.
Yes, even 80 pounds down I am still struggling to overcome poor eating habits I’ve had my whole lift.
I ate an ungodly amount of junk.
But that did not discourage me the next morning. I laced up my shoes and went for a long hard run…
"Read that book, wake up early in the morning and go for that run to start off your day. Buy the nicest underwear and wear it to boost your mood. Eat as clean as possible because you’ll feel so much better but treat yourself as well. Be kind to everyone. Go out to a cafe and watch people walk buy as you sip your coffee. Compliment that stranger! Start a conversation with that person on the bus. Read a book about food, about astronomy, learn a new language. Watch the sunrise. Get away for a weekend. Introduce yourself. Do yoga and go on a hike. Lay on the beach under the stars and have a dnm with your best friend. Dance around and sing at the top of yours lungs at that festival. Life is meant to be lived, not controlled."
- (via charlies-honest)
It’s warm out but not “guys run shirtless” warm so I don’t care