And I can’t
help
but to run my fingers
down your spine
like you are my
favorite
book. But I still
cannot read you,
you are
your own language.
Your pages are
tired and torn,
but I want you,
I want it all.
Michelle K., Like A Book. (via sadlittlewords)

beautiful

(Source: michellekpoems)

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jump-back-juniper:

tellmethatyouneed-me:

werelivinganightmare:

vanillafaces:

The story behind it (again): This is a picture of my arm and my sister’s. She’s the one with the tattoo I’m the one with the scars. I’ve been in a mental hospital for over a year because of selfharm, suicidal thoughts & a depression. Me and my sister always had a really close band. We only had each other but everything changed when I was hospitalised; she was alone and she couldn’t cope with the fact that I was unhappy. She kept blaming herself and tried everything to make me better. She always had to cry when I needed to go back to the hospital. She cried while calling ambulances for me and when she saw my not responding on the bathroom floor. But things got better, because of the hospital but because of her too. I had a reason to live, to exist. I realised I needed to get better because of her. She always told me it was me & her against the world. And believe me we were and we still are. So when I got better I still had all those marks on my arm, it made me sad ofcourse it reminded me of my lows and my demons. My sister saw how it affected my recovery and without I knew any of it she tattooed my birthday on her wrist. I kept asking her why why why. Her answer: ‘You don’t have your own arms anymore so you can have mine’ This picture shows how she pulls me up every time.

oh my god. this is beautiful

‘You don’t have your own arms anymore so you can have mine’

✿

beautiful

jump-back-juniper:

tellmethatyouneed-me:

werelivinganightmare:

vanillafaces:

The story behind it (again): This is a picture of my arm and my sister’s. She’s the one with the tattoo I’m the one with the scars. I’ve been in a mental hospital for over a year because of selfharm, suicidal thoughts & a depression. Me and my sister always had a really close band. We only had each other but everything changed when I was hospitalised; she was alone and she couldn’t cope with the fact that I was unhappy. She kept blaming herself and tried everything to make me better. She always had to cry when I needed to go back to the hospital. She cried while calling ambulances for me and when she saw my not responding on the bathroom floor. But things got better, because of the hospital but because of her too. I had a reason to live, to exist. I realised I needed to get better because of her. She always told me it was me & her against the world. And believe me we were and we still are. So when I got better I still had all those marks on my arm, it made me sad ofcourse it reminded me of my lows and my demons. My sister saw how it affected my recovery and without I knew any of it she tattooed my birthday on her wrist. I kept asking her why why why. Her answer: ‘You don’t have your own arms anymore so you can have mine’ This picture shows how she pulls me up every time.

oh my god. this is beautiful

‘You don’t have your own arms anymore so you can have mine’

beautiful

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beforeandafterfatlosspics:

quicklyfit 
so…this happened. 5’6.5
this picture is, believe it or not, to scale - you can see that my phone is the same size in both pictures, as are my hand and wrist.
the difference is a little more than 50 pounds, and i’ve achieved this through an extremely strict low carb low sugar diet - 80% protein (if it didn’t swim, walk, or fly at one point, i won’t eat it. it’s like the opposite of vegetarianism. i’ll have at most 3 tablespoons of dairy a day). and my carb intake i restricted to 10-20 grams a day because you can’t avoid them completely, and i also have 2 cups of vegetables every day to prevent kidney stones and such. i don’t count the carbs in those. i used to have fruit additionally, but i want to lose weight faster these days and my body is sensitive to sugar so i’ve taken it out. i don’t count calories, however i do have a food journal. i only count carbs and sugar.
i suffer from PCOS and insulin resistance (once i reach my goal weight, my endocrinologist says i won’t have these anymore), so this diet has worked wonders, because women with these syndromes usually have a big belly and dark patches and getting rid of it is so hard and i’m working slowly but surely!!!
my activity has only been walking in the city and taking as many stairs as possible - i REFUSE to use an escalator or elevator! they’re for wimps ;) no matter how tired i get, every single day, i get less tired and out of breath and it feels great!!! i’m on a language immersion trip, so heading to the gym has been pretty hard so i take the long way to school to walk a lot and i do body weight exercises occasionally on the floor of my room.
feel free to ask me any questions (please check my FAQ first though). i’ve been there and i know how hard it is and i’d love to help in any way possible :)
- quicklyfit

pcos diet?

beforeandafterfatlosspics:

quicklyfit 

so…this happened. 5’6.5

this picture is, believe it or not, to scale - you can see that my phone is the same size in both pictures, as are my hand and wrist.

the difference is a little more than 50 pounds, and i’ve achieved this through an extremely strict low carb low sugar diet - 80% protein (if it didn’t swim, walk, or fly at one point, i won’t eat it. it’s like the opposite of vegetarianism. i’ll have at most 3 tablespoons of dairy a day). and my carb intake i restricted to 10-20 grams a day because you can’t avoid them completely, and i also have 2 cups of vegetables every day to prevent kidney stones and such. i don’t count the carbs in those. i used to have fruit additionally, but i want to lose weight faster these days and my body is sensitive to sugar so i’ve taken it out. i don’t count calories, however i do have a food journal. i only count carbs and sugar.

i suffer from PCOS and insulin resistance (once i reach my goal weight, my endocrinologist says i won’t have these anymore), so this diet has worked wonders, because women with these syndromes usually have a big belly and dark patches and getting rid of it is so hard and i’m working slowly but surely!!!

my activity has only been walking in the city and taking as many stairs as possible - i REFUSE to use an escalator or elevator! they’re for wimps ;) no matter how tired i get, every single day, i get less tired and out of breath and it feels great!!! i’m on a language immersion trip, so heading to the gym has been pretty hard so i take the long way to school to walk a lot and i do body weight exercises occasionally on the floor of my room.

feel free to ask me any questions (please check my FAQ first though). i’ve been there and i know how hard it is and i’d love to help in any way possible :)

- quicklyfit

pcos diet?

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stormrunner99:

thegoblinscorner:

hinomaru721:

 Fantasy, sci-fi and gender bending by Sakimi chan from facebook

http://sakimichan.deviantart.com/

Is it me or does male Elsa look like he’s about to give a “hadouken!” To some unsuspecting foes?

omg i will cosplay that cruella de vil

i like this

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crusheverythingeverknown:

megustamemes:

One is not like the other.

This made me laugh so much omg

Awesome

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