I’m reading Game of Thrones, I’m 90% through the first book and to be frank I don’t much like it. I feel like I’m being forced to read the series because so many others are, and the spoilers are becoming more and more unavoidable.
I love the TV series but the book is too advanced for me, I much prefer light hearted reading; my favourite books are Harry Potter, Percy Jackson and The Perks of Being a Wallflower.
Ugh, what am I supposed to do? Continue to force myself to read the books so that I’m not exposed to spoilers, as well as ignorant arseholes who insist you ‘aren’t a proper fan till’ you’ve read the books’ -or do I chance it and damn the bitches who question my love for Jon Snow?
Harry Potter marathon was too intense. I’ll have to have a second bash at getting through the whole box set some other time; I underestimated the magnitude of the task at hand.
I did have a great time house sitting though; I love playing house with Warren, I can’t wait until we have a place of our own for real. I indulged in far too much pizza, alcohol and ice-cream though! Back to eating right and working out from now on, feeling super motivated to shift some LBs right now so I’m making the most of it because god knows I’ll be craving pizza again this time next week.
My sister is on holiday this week so I’m house sitting for her, which can mean only one thing; a Harry Potter marathon! Back to back, bitches. It’s on my 2014 resolution list, which I take extremely seriously.
So, I’m off to Asda this afternoon [other supermarket branches are available] to get supplies. Cereals, Ice-cream and Alcohol should do the trick. Ah! Excited.
The next chapter
I previously ran a blog entitled ‘Rachael-Recovery’, which was dedicated to my life post anorexia and focused on losing the weight I’d gained through binges during recovery. Now, this blog is all about life, love and opportunity. I no longer want weight to be the focus point of my life!
I will no longer wait until I’ve reached a ‘healthy’ bmi before I class myself as recovered. From now on, I will measure my recovery not by the number on the scales, or my dress size but in how many opportunities I grab, and risks I’m brave enough to take.
I know there is so much more to me than my weight but at the moment, I feel as though I’ve lost myself in fad diets, magazines and weight loss shows. Though I will continue to work on my health and fitness, I will no longer let it take over my life.
Follow me on my adventure to self acceptance, body love and happiness.