Life without Anorexia

My motto is
'Dont let the sadness of your past & the fear of your future ruin the happiness of your present'

My life at the moment is completely different to how it once was. I spent 5 years sick with anorexia nervosia and depression as well as struggling with self harm and overexercising. I spent 2 years in different treatment centres.
And since 2012 i have been declared healthy from my eating disorder.

I have been blogging for 7 years, and my whole journey is written in my posts. I now represent healthy and happiness. I want to show anyone struggling that it is possible to recover, no matter how hard it may seem.

I now blog about recovery, my life, veganism and positivity!

If you have any questions leave them in the comment section as i am much quicker at answering there, otherwise you can always send an email: lifewithoutanorexia@hotmail.com

Translate

Saturday, January 3, 2015

Just because the past didnt turn out the way you wanted it to, doesnt meant your future cant be better than you've ever imagined

Good morning Saturday!
  Today i had a wonderful sleep in where i woke up feeling refreshed and filled with energy!! My plan today is to do an outside aerobox workout with my sister (i got her boxing gloves for Christmas, so she now has her own)! Luckily its not too cold either (hopefully anyway!). So even though i ate breakfast a little while ago im eating some raisins and walnuts now as well as 2 espresso shots of coffee, now im ready to go!

And this evening i think im going out to a club with my friends! Exciting but at the same time, the boring and sticking to routines girl inside me just says 'blahhh'. But im looking past that part of me and looking forward to this evening :) We're first going to have tacos and get ready at one of my friends houses before we leave!

So inbetween morning and evening i am going to study as i have postponed it far too long and i know the work has to be done -_-

So thats my day, though if i know myself and my life well there will be a change of plans. hahah.,

How are you spending your Saturday?



Ohh and p.s (?) i had like a record amount of viewers and readers yesterday and i dont know why.... hahah, so if you are new and read my blog then please let me know how you found my blog? Maybe someone linked my blog or something like that :)

7 comments:

  1. I'm curious, as you use the word 'anyway' in some quite interesting spots, at least out of a Finn's perspective. Is there a structure in the Swedish language that uses a translation of anyway the way you do? Don't mind the possible intrusivess of my question, though - I'm just a word fanatic.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. haha its my way of changing to a new topic? :)
      In swedish i think you can use iallafall or hur som helst.... though i dont think there is a direct translation :)
      Its like the word 'lagom' in swedish or 'fika' its just a swedish thing :)

      Delete
    2. Yes, I just was wondering that phrase you used up there which is quite an usual context for you to use 'anyway': "hopefully anyway". Again, I'm terribly sorry for pointing this out a bit immaturely, but that way it would mean "hopefully in any (kind of) case", which wouldn't fit that perfectly into the rest of the sentence. That made me wonder if it is more of a Swedish figure.

      I feel like to shoot myself posting this kind of useless yagging but this has dragged my heart all around my chest for a good while now. It had to be asked!

      Delete
    3. On my blog I don't use my more professional grammar as I really don't feel like it and it would take the enjoyment from my blogging if I have to keep editing and checking everything I write :)

      To me it makes sense.... even if it's not grammatically correct. In another phrase:

      It's not too cold and it's not too hot anyway.

      It's like using anyway instead of at least or something :) don't know if this makes sense to you, haha ;)

      Delete
    4. Thanks, and sorry, too! This cleared it out somehow. The 'hur som helst' put into a phrase dictionary also gave this more sense :)

      Delete
  2. I'm interested in that stuff, too! I use 'anyway' the same way you do, but sometimes you use a phrase that I've never heard before: 'have it hard to'. It seems like it means something like 'find it difficult to'? Is this right? Is it Swedish English, or Irish English?

    ReplyDelete
  3. I also use 'anyway' in the same context as you izzy! To me it kind of means 'at least, hopefully'? Weird how people have such different understandings of phrases :)

    ReplyDelete