This is the progress I have made in 6 weeks of eating as clean as I can (I like pizza god damn it), and doing crossfit.
I’m now at a point where all my clothes are starting to get real baggy on me but, I’m still loosing weight so buying new clothes is pointless because they won’t last long. which is annoying the crap out of me because I have seen so much stuff I wanna buy.
The good things though are that I am now two dress sizes down and I can actually fit into topshop clothing for the first time in my life! Which is pretty cool because that was something I have wanted for a long time :)
Absolutely shattered after a day of shopping in Liverpool (even though I didn’t manage to buy a single thing!). So I am spending my evening laying on my bed, eating pizza (nice little treat), watching my favourite programmes and researching fashion blog’s for style inspiration. pure bliss!
"Who hurt you so much that you started to hate yourself?"
I used to hate these very questions and people sticking things in my ears. although mine have luckily shrunk back incredibly small most people cant tell I used to have stretchers :p
"It feels like yesterday we were driving to Denver for the very first time. I’ll never forget running out of breath during "Whoa," and just laying on the ground for the entirety of the rest of the show. It’s amazing how fast 10 years go by. And it’s amazing how many lifetimes you can fit into 10 years, you know?
For instance, with us, for every album, I feel like we’ve lived three different lives, and I’m so happy that we’re still here, and thank you guys so much for still being here as well. Our band is, we’ve been through a lot. There’s been a lot of ups. A lot of super high highs, and a lot of super low lows as well. But I don’t really think you have to be in a band to get that. I think that’s just life. And I think no matter what profession we might’ve ended up in besides being a band, we would’ve dealt with some of the same emotions, probably all of the same emotions.
There was a point right before we released the new record, actually when we were writing it, that this song sort of spilled out of us, and I realized how sad we’d been. And how we’d been in this place where we weren’t content, and we weren’t fulfilled anymore. It was very scary. It was actually very depressing. And then this song happened, and sort of a light came on, and it was amazing how much I realized I’m apart of something. We, the three of us, are apart of something.
I want you to know before you leave here tonight, that you, being here tonight, listening to any of your favorite bands, writing songs yourself, writing poems, reading books, any of that. You’re apart of something. And it goes on way longer than any of us will ever be alive. You’re part of something. Please know that.
This song goes out to Robin Williams. It’s called “Last Hope.”
Hayley’s beautiful speech…