welcome to my mad, fat (online) diary where i will document my weight loss/fitness journey

• CW: 182lbs •

• GW: 130lbs •

0lbs lost so far

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Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe.
This was me aged 18, and I thought I was “fat” back then, wow, seeing old photos really alters my perspective of things, it really does.
This was me aged 18, and I thought I was “fat” back then, wow, seeing old photos really alters my perspective of things, it really does.



"oh, hey what are you reading?"
*shows book cover*

"what’s it about?"
*mumbles unintelligibly*

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The only carbs in this pizza are from the tomato sauce. The crust? Chicken. 

2 chicken breasts
1.5 cups shredded mozzarella
2-4 cloves chopped garlic (I like mine really garlic-y, so I used about 4)

Pizza Top
4-5 tablespoons tomato sauce of your choice (I try to keep it as low in carbs as possible)
Shredded mozz
.5 cup ground italian sausage (I freeze the left-over sausage either for breakfasts or for pizzas in the future)
(or whatever toppings you fancy)

- Preheat your oven to 375 F. Boil your chicken in a pot of water for about 25-30 mins, until chicken is fully cooked. Run the cooked breasts through the food processor, blender, or chop with a knife until it resembles “meal” or dense crumbs. Do the same with the shredded cheese. Combine the chicken and the cheese and press in to an oven safe pan (I used a 10 in. spring form pan, but an 8x8 square pan could work too), forming a crust. Sprinkle the garlic over the top of the crust. I promise you, it won’t burn in the oven, and it smells amazing. Bake this crust for 20 minutes.
Meanwhile start cooking your italian sausage. I cooked it in a pan until it was just browned, because it will continue cooking in the oven later. After your crust is done spread your sauce around, add sausage, cheese and pepperoni any way you like, and continue baking for another 20 minutes.
Let cool and serve.

Seriously, this is so delicious.
Day 1.

Day 1 of the Low Carb diet. I know it works because I’ve been on it before but I guess I’m scared of failure, so I put it pff for so long. A year ago I was 11stone and I was so unhappy, I lost 15lbs on this diet and then I gained it again, it was wholly my fault for not putting the work in, and since then I’ve gained a lot more weight, when I got to 12stone I was even more depressed, I’ve been in a rut, I just weighed myself and I weight a whopping 13stone 5lbs which is a lot for me, I’m only 5’4” and I assume a whole 30lbs of my weight is from sadness. Here’s to getting rid of it, FOR GOOD!!!

You knew I was fragile, but you fucking dropped me anyway. - You left a mess (via psychedelicl0ser)

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it’s about who you miss at 2 in the afternoon when you’re busy, not 2 in the morning when you’re lonely. - (via orlex)

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My best talent is going to the park unshaved, unshowered, with torn pants, a tie-dye Dave Matthews 1998 Tour shirt… and judging other parents.

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I am hard on myself. But isn’t it better to be honest about these things before someone else can use them against you? Before someone else can break your heart? Isn’t it better to break it yourself? - Stephanie Perkins, Isla and the Happily Ever After (via visualcomplex)

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