Thousands of Candles

I'm Melissa. Canadian. Runner. Consistently caffeinated.

Just trying to get through the day without breaking anything.



Alright. I don’t normally post photos like this because I am incredible amounts of self conscious and I don’t want my blog to be all about body image, because *I’m* not all about body image.  


Last night I faced one of my biggest fear foods, I was terrified. But I came out of it feeling great and happy. I took this after eating a big oatmeal breakfast and coffee, because I didn’t want to take photos with nothing in my belly. 
Eating 3 pieces of delicious, cheesy, vegetarian pizza one night out of my week did not ruin my life and make me fat. That was something that was really hard to face for me and I’m lucky I had a good friend to help me get through it positively. I feel great and strong today, happy about myself and taking a huge step in recovery. 

So to anyone out there that is struggling with facing fear foods, struggling with the thoughts that something like a pizza will make them fat - I’ll tell you and show you that it most definitely will not. You are not your eating disorder and you are strong enough to overcome it in a healthy way. I’m still working on it, and you can too! Pizza is bloody delicious and everyone deserves to enjoy it to its fullest.

빨리 도망 가자 아픔이 없는 예쁜 곳으로Hurry, let’s run away to a beautiful place where there’s no pain



You’re cute. Can I make you moan?

"Life’s too short to drink crappy coffee and cry over boys who don’t care."

Matty Healy (the 1975)