IF YOU BELIEVE YOU CAN. YOU CAN.

I'm Sophie and I'm 19 and living in North London, I am hoping to study illustration this year. I have also been in recovery from anorexia nervosa since May 2011 and this is my little blog of what I get up to day to day.
 I suffered badly and it nearly took away everything I had. I like to think I can offer help and advice to anyone suffering or at least can just be there to listen if you need to talk. Ask me Anything!
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My campus is so cute and I just can’t imagine studying anywhere else 🌞

Although I’m feeling really achy today and not well and have all the numbness back and it’s such a pain, but I did get an Oreo milkshake with my friends today and had my first proper day of work!

Pizza and friends 🍕🙌

Today I lived 🙌

Had a bit of a lazy day (which was mainly walking but nothing productive) then cooked myself some pesto pasta for dinner and got ready to get an early night, then got a text asking me if I wanted to go to the beach..

A few years ago I would have said no, settled down and gotten to sleep but I was so happy to get out and didn’t even have to think about it. Ended up drinking cider on the beach, sitting around a fire talking then going back to some friends flat and ordering dominos (second dinner) and enjoyed it whilst watching Netflix 👍🍕

The fact the beach is a 5 minute stroll from the studios is AMAZING 🏄👌

oops 😬

Uni is so fab, people are lovely 👍

Lunch out on the pier is a lovely feeling 👌

Even if today was a little more difficult, we all have our ups and downs and no I didn’t go out but I ended up watching a movie and meeting some new people!

I love uni 💛

I know you’re afraid that you’re not ready. But no one ever thinks they’re ready. You just have to take the leap.

How I Met Your Mother, Ted Mosby

Season 4, Episode 7 

Not a Father’s Day

(via quotethisrememberthis)

(via theroadtorecoveryy)

Horrible photo of no make up / tired me 

I just wanted to say again how much I love it here, just chatted to my mum on the phone and in Birmingham I was so sad  to hang up but despite the distance this place feels like home, it makes me smile just thinking about it.

It’s funny as when I went to Brum I never applied here as I couldn’t cope with the distance, but now I’m here that’s not even a problem. The amazing course, beautiful location and super friendly people make up for it :)