Any reputable doctor won't use BMI to determine any aspect of health. According to BMI, most Olympic athletes need to lose weight and a sedentary kind-of thin person is just fine. BMI has been debunked over and over again. As a scientist, when the overwhelming majority of evidence suggests one method or another is unreliable, we stop using it. A much better indicator of overall fitness is a skin fold caliper test or a body composition test. Unfortunately, those take special equipment and can't be done at home, or at least not as accurately as they can be by a professional. My comment isn't saying anything about her fitness, or whether I think she has anorexia or some other eating disorder. The point is we can't know what's going on inside her body from looking at the outsides. I don't personally think that her lifestyle choices present as the kind of choices a healthy, level-headed adult might make, but hey, I'm not a doctor, so what do I know?
Yumi, if you want some actual weight loss healthy lifestyle tips, try these on for size:
From what she said: Don't skip breakfast is a good tip. Eating breakfast gives you morning energy and helps your circadian rhythm stay the way it's supposed to be. Eat food that makes you feel full is a good idea. If you're always hungry, you're not going to want to stick with any lifestyle, healthy or not. Eat slowly is good advice. It aids with digestion to be sure that you really chew every bite of food. Some people just inhale their food without even tasting it. Savoring it is good practice. Stay away from oily food is good, sometimes. Obviously it's a bad idea to strictly forbid yourself from having anything fried ever until the end of time. Just maybe don't have french fries every single day. Refuse high calorie food. This is where she and I are going to differ. There are reasons to eat calorie-dense food. You just ran a marathon. You're training to bike a century. You just want the goddamn cheesecake for crying out loud. You don't have to live a life of abstinence from anything delicious just because you have a weight loss goal. Don't wear clothes that are too loose. Nah, son, wear what makes you comfortable. If that's loose sweats and an XXXXXXXXXXXXXXL t-shirt, go for it. If that's bike shorts and a sports bra, live your best life. The fabric you drape over your flesh prison has nothing to do with the fitness level of said flesh prison. Look at motivational pictures. If those pictures involve you in any way, shape, or form wishing you had a body part that belongs to someone else, don't do that. This is a one-way ticket to misery. Your butt will never look like her butt, because it's yours and not hers. Your abs will never look like her abs because you don't have a professional photographer finding the perfect angle and lighting for you. Your arms will never look like her arms because her arms are made of Photoshop, not skin, muscle, and bone. Look at pictures of mountains with quotes over them all you want. But the second you start envying someone else's body you're setting yourself up for failure. Make sure you have bowel movements. Yeah, this one's good. Eat fiber. If you have trouble, call your doctor and listen to their recommendations. Suck your stomach in for at least 6 hours per day. How about... no? That keeps you from breathing properly, it creates imperfect posture, it can cause health problems ranging from migraines to anxiety disorders. All because no muscle in your body is meant to be tense that long. Plastic wrap yourself. For your consideration, an article about this subject. It has all I want to say about the matter in a better way than I can say it. The dangers of wrapping your stomach extend to all skin.
tbh you can use really cheap products to get a nice brow shape. I change the shape of my brows from straight across to arched using a cheap eyeliner to draw an outline of the new shape I want, and a cheap pair of tweezers from the dollar store to remove all the hairs that are outside the line.
Everybody's talking like a wedding dress has to be >$1000 dollars to be good quality. I've seen custom dresses for $600. Hell, David's Bridal is having their Summer Sample Sale right now and you can get a nice dress for $100. Even a ball gown if that's what she wants. That cost doesn't include tailoring or anything, but not all people need their dress tailored. Point is, price of a dress doesn't necessarily dictate quality, you just have to shop in the right places. I'm not by any means saying shitty knockoff websites are "the right places" tho.
Don't feel sorry for Splenda. He knew what he was getting into. She never hid herself from him. He's into it. When he went to pick her and her luggage up from the airport months ago and she was dressed in that loli waifu dress with so much luggage, he was happy to see her. When he was filming that video of her and the bunny and she had her titty out and he didn't tell her, he knew what he was getting into. She's such an exhibitionist she put that shit online for everyone to see. When he took her to that tree house and she wore those weird outfits and was cringey on the obstacle course, he knew what he was getting into. He filmed her coming down the stairs in that costume and didn't mention a thing. We don't need to feel sorry for him. He knew what she was all about all along, and not only is he aware, he's into it. He likes the way she is. He appreciates when she acts like an actual child. He gets off on her doing things wrong and him having to come in and save her. And let's not forget some of the shady-ass comments he's made in the past. Yumi's gotten better at editing that kind of stuff out of her videos where before she would just leave it in, but I don't for one second think he's stopped. As far as I can tell, they thoroughly deserve each other.
Tbh if you put UV lights in the toilet light it would actually be practical because it would disinfect the toilet. Then you don't have to worry as much about cleaning it perfectly. Just get all the poo and stuff off of it, and the germs will get taken care of by the light.
It's like she's from actually a different planet. Say it with me Yumi. Animals are not sexy. Animals are not sexy. Animals are not sexy. Not OT, just a horrible thought: Honestly there's nothing wrong with putting your cat in a cage to travel with it. In fact, many would argue that is the responsible-pet-owner thing to do. And there's nothing wrong with having the cat be in a cute cage, too. I loved how my old dog's cage looked like a tiny trailer. But she really needs to be more responsible of her own life (slacking on wedding planning, forgetting her graduation robes, "forgetting" the word dentist halfway through a video...) before she decides that she's responsible enough to care for a pet.
That's also pretty cultural. In China, red is traditionally the color for weddings, and white associated with funerals. If she grew up in that, it would make sense she wouldn't want a white wedding dress, even if she plans on having two ceremonies. OT, but related: I've seen a lot of brides opt for a blush pink dress on Say Yes to the Dress, so if she goes for that it's really not too unusual. I hope she doesn't choose purple, though. Especially not a bright purple. That's for quinceañeras and proms, imo.
Another important thing to note about BDSM is that everyone in your scenario has to consent to be in your scenario. The second you bring your kink out onto the unsuspecting public, you're involving non-consenting people in your scenario. That's not cool on lots of different levels. She's not at being-walked-on-a-leash-in-public levels of not okay yet, but she's getting there. Showing off your cat collar and eating out of cat bowls and pretending to be a cat lifestyle is ok if you put up the appropriate content warnings. Having a blog or even YouTube channel dedicated to your DDLG relationship is fine, as long as it's branded properly and you can be reasonably sure everyone seeing it wants to/is old enough to see that kind of content. Foisting it onto your subscribers when they showed up for the sewing and cosplay in public is not the same. If her "brand" were more fetish lifestyle it would be one thing, but she's got a safe-for-all-ages type of persona going on.