been laying on my bed naked for 20+ minutes, meant to get in the shower 47 minutes ago. 

guy: what did you do today?
me: watched 15 episodes of nurse Jackie and ate peanut butter m&m’s, you?
guy: (no response, lol)

"She also likes to eat steak, have a little wine, walk in the snow and talk to Canadians." I love u Merritt Wever.

"She also likes to eat steak, have a little wine, walk in the snow and talk to Canadians." I love u Merritt Wever.

Intuitive eating — or whatever you want to call the radical notion of eating what you want, when you’re hungry, and stopping when you’re full — demands that we trust our bodies. Most women learn early and often that their bodies are never to be trusted, that their bodies need strict regulation, especially when it comes to desire, be it the desire for food or for sex. As a result, learning to trust one’s body is difficult enough; when you add in a past that includes trauma and abuse, it becomes harder still. But your body IS trustworthy. I promise you that. Your body is not your enemy.

In which Lesley Kinzel speaks truth about disordered eating, backsliding, and trusting yourself. (via diverswife)

(via unlikeableprotagonist)

What’s a good way to say like, “sorry I can’t make it to your grandmother’s memorial party but I fucked the guy your sister is in love with and they will both be there” without actually saying that?

hey what’s up I’m just hanging with my best friend on the World Wide Web

hey what’s up I’m just hanging with my best friend on the World Wide Web