Anatomy of Recovery


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I'm Jules, a 22 year old recent college graduate. I was diagnosed with anorexia nervosa when I was 14. I'm 100% committed to recovery because I know how amazing it can be. This blog is about my journey and any help and inspiration I can offer others on their own journeys.
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Theme by @yosoyprincesa.

What I’m currently digging hardcore.

(Source: xivette)

I must listen to this song over and over again until I can’t stand it anymore… but it’s making me feel better!

Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros - That’s What’s Up

A happy video to start the weekend :)

Little Talks, Of Monsters and Men
Okay, I cannot listen to good music while I study because it gives me wanderlust and then I’m all “Screw organic chemistry, I want to frolic in a meadow or take a road trip”

(which is a bad idea given that I have a final at 9 am tomorrow)

"Random question, do you like Paramore?" With love, Anonymous.

I like a few of their songs but I haven’t heard all that much of them.

I gotta go and you’re talking in code,
saying I know where you’ve been,
And I know where you go.

But I’ve been tired
from the minute I woke,
I stopped listening
the moment you spoke,
And said I’m long gone.
Yeah I’m long gone….

And I’m sleeping alone,
In a house I don’t own,
'Cause if you're touring your mind,
You’ll get lost everytime.

And you’ll sing me sad songs
to keep me awake,
in that bedroom we hid away.
Baby I’m long gone,
Yeah I’m long gone….

And your voice cracks like a piano,
You keep moving
but where are you going.
Baby we’re long gone,
Yeah we’re long gone…

(Source: coffeestainsandlonging)

Sarah Dessen
someboyhood-bravery:

Jim Jarmusch. 

someboyhood-bravery:

Jim Jarmusch. 

(Source: hollowed-boy)

(Source: cobrahearts)

I’m pretty sure that was the theme song to the gay olympics or something like that. Really good song.

I didn’t know there was such a thing as the gay olympics o.O  I got it on a mixtape when I was, like, 15 and I’ve always found it very positive and inspirational.

I look into the window of my mind
Reflections of the fears I know I’ve left behind
I step out of the ordinary
I can feel my soul ascending
I am on my way
Can’t stop me now
And you can do the same

What have you done today to make you feel proud?
It’s never too late to try
What have you done today to make you feel proud?
You could be so many people
If you make that break for freedom
What have you done today to make you feel proud?

Still so many answers I don’t know
Realise that to question is how we grow
So I step out of the ordinary
I can feel my soul ascending
I am on my way
Can’t stop me now
And you can do the same

What have you done today to make you feel proud?
It’s never too late to try
What have you done today to make you feel proud?
You could be so many people
If you make that break for freedom
What have you done today to make you feel proud?

We need a change
Do it today
I can feel my spirit rising
We need a change
So do it today
'Cause I can see a clear horizon

What have you done today to make you feel proud?
So what have you done today to make you feel proud?
'Cause you could be so many people
If you make that break for freedom
So what have you done today to make you feel proud?
What have you done today to make you feel proud?
What have you done today
You could be so many people?
Just make that break for freedom
So what have you done today to make you feel proud?