Tuesday, February 25, 2014


1. Eat in your room wherever possible.
Make an excuse like you have work to do, you need to research something, or you want to watch something on your TV while you eat. Take the food upstairs and every ten minutes tip a quarter of it into a bag/bin you keep in your room. take the plate down when it's empty, with a little bit left on it (so they think you're full).

2. When family aren't around, prepare food, leave the dishes near the sink and dispose of the food in a way that it won't be found. As before, leave a bit of food on the plate, so that it seems you have a small appetite.

3. At weekends and during the holidays, spend as much time away from home as possible. Tell friends you ate at home, and parents you ate with friends.

1. When out with friends, mention that you ate at home before meeting them, but only if the subject of lunch/dinner comes up. Don't be the first to bring it up. Say you ate something you wouldn't actually touch, like fast food, cake, chips, etc.

2. Say you ate a really big breakfast and you're full

3. Keep antacids around to keep the growling from your empty stomach from becoming noticeable. You can tell friends that you have heartburn from a spicy meal.

4. Chew gum! Then if you're offered food you can decline, food tends to taste really bad when you have a minty taste in your mouth.

1. Spend next to no time in the cafeteria or restaurant wherever possible. Go to the library or the nearest clothes shop and distract yourself.

2. Drink coffee! You can tell people you're not hungry from breakfast but drinking a hot drink will give them affirmation that you're looking after yourself, and it will give you energy.

3. Socialize. Keep yourself busy all through your lunch break so you don't have a chance to break your resolve.

1. Drink plenty of water before you go. This will help flush the ketones out of your bloodstream, give you a bit more weight from drinking so much, and prevent your stomach from rumbling.

2. Dress warmly, your temperature will be higher.

3. Do something stressful immediately beforehand to raise your blood pressure.

4. If you're having a blood test, eat something small but nutritious (like fruit or yogurt) within a few hours of your appointment - your mineral levels will be closer to a normal rate, since you should have been fasting for the whole morning before the bloodwork is taken.

I hope these help, 

Sunday, June 26, 2011

Dear Me:

I hate the misspelling on this poster but the thought behind it is pretty cool...
What a waste of time to binge and have crap that you know you shouldn't!! A waste of everything - not just time but energy, worry, time that your body could spend burning the fat you already HAVE, not burning the massive amount of food you just ate!!

Q - M - N - M - D.

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

~ quod me nutrit, me destruit ~

that which nourishes me also destroys me...

it truly does.

i have to keep my resolve. i can't lapse and blow it.

Sunday, February 20, 2011


It's about a decision.

It's not even about a choice, though; the choice has been made, you just have to follow through.

You KNOW that you can't eat more than a few calories a day or else...

or else you are:

  1. FAT
  2. Your head is in a cloud
  3. It makes you feel like crap
  4. You REGRET it
  5. You hate yourself

Aren't those enough reasons?? Really?

Sunday, February 6, 2011

Great Thinspo

Yeah, you can't see much of her in this massive dress but one thing: you could NEVER pull this dress off if you had an ounce of fat on you... you'd just look like a big ball!!

I love how the lines of this dress are not disturbed by any bulges or boobs or anything - just smooth and perfect.
How fantastic is SHE??!! Awesome...

Vintage Thinspo - always a favorite

So this first one is kinda cool - the bride is fantastic looking; the other is too hippy, tho.

God, I love this one... the hip bones and everything... just great.