Anonymous said: girl your eyebrow game is on point, absolutely flawless (like the rest of ya) have a good evening :) xx

damn, thanks! :-*


ma’am please i just want some chicken nuggets


X-ray of a meat grinder injury to the arm and hand

Omfg. This arm is beyond destroyed 😕 I can’t even imagine the pain that this person must have gone thru!!!

Holy shit 😣😣


compliments-people said: You're awesome and an amazing person!


“You either die a hero or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain.”

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tl;dr I’m a long time vegan who is back in the lifting game after a ~2 year hiatus. Am seeing improvements but struggling with diet. Also, general update for my loyal followers.

So I’m still here. I don’t know if anyone cares for these types of posts, but I miss you tumblr even if I haven’t been posting much lately. I check in when I can.

So I’ve been back in the gym for a couple of months and have a basic, albeit lazy routine sorted. I could definitely be working harder and managing my gym time more effectively, but I’ve set up a good habit of going to the gym in the early AM hours, around 5 days per week. Squats, deads, and bench are a heavy focus with back and some shoulders for good measure. I’m seeing immediate improvements in my body shape - my quads are getting thicker and stronger, the fat around my glutes is shifting and my arms are looking more toned (she says begrudgingly… I hate that word). Muscle memory is good although I’ve lost a lot of strength; my squat is half my previous max but that’s expected after such a long break. Cardio is still good - I busted out a 10km jog the other day and, even though I slowed to a walk many times I only increased my time by 10 minutes. Not bad considering it was about 3 years ago I was running a breezy 10km a couple of times a week. I’m loving the new habits.

I’ve been vegan for 8 years now and have always lifted weights during this time. Regardless of the breaks I take from it, for whatever reason, lifting heavy things is one of my favourite things in the world to do. The only problem here is eating is also one of my favourite things to do and I will always come back to it. My past issues with eating disorders are so far gone I’m confident they won’t ever be an issue again, and my new exercise habits are developing in me more of an “athlete” type mindset (over an “exerciser” type mindset), so working out is a high priority… I just would like to incorporate this mindset into my eating habits.

I used to be incredibly disciplined with my food habits but granted this was when my eating disorders were near their worst for me I don’t really want to go back there. I feel like lately I seemed to have lost the power to think for myself when it comes to meal prep and macro counting. It’s almost as if I get white noise clouding over all my thoughts every time I try to organise myself and my food, and I end up not bothering because it all just seems too hard.

Does anyone, specifically any vegans who have gained muscle and/or lost fat via weightlifting and cardio, have any tips for me in forming a well balanced and nutritious diet suitable for gains and losses (as per my blog title)???? I will spend some time researching and reading but I’d love some input from my followers and other bloggers.

In other news…
Have been seeing a guy I met off tinder for about two months. We’re similar in a lot if ways but very different in others (he’s a Cap, I’m Cancer), were both fiercely independent and compliment each other well. We’re pretty smitten with each other. He’s going away for 3 months at the end of November so we’re keeping it casual but, short of anyone new coming in to our respective lives, I do hope we kick it off fo realz when he gets back early next year.

Work is going well but I’m finding it super hard to concentrate lately and find myself wanting a holiday. I think I’ll be booking some annual leave soon as the weather is warming up in Australia. Nothing too extravagant, maybe just a long weekend to spend at the beach, tanning. And working out. And reading. Sleeping. Catching up on Breaking Bad. Sounds fabulous to me.

I’m exhausted, having been up at 4:30am to work out. It’s nearly midnight, I just got into bed after dropping my niece and nephews off after their school concert. Fun night but I’m tired. I hope I get some messages re my diet predicament. Thanks for reading.


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