It’s official: Amanda Bynes has made her return to Twitter! And her first order of business is to start fresh.

The 27-year-old actress, who spent several months being treated for mental health disorders in a court ordered rehab program in late 2013, has taken to her official page to clean house and share an update with fans.

During the height of her troubles last year, Bynes became known for her abnormal tweets, in which she often referred to fellow stars as “ugly,” expressed her attraction to Drake and obsessively discussed plastic surgery and going to the gym.

Bynes has since deleted all of her tweets, and updated her first new post on March 1:

The Easy A star returned to the site yesterday (March 10) to show off some of the skills she’s learned while studying at the aforementioned California’s Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising, tweeting out a photo of a self-portrait sketch:

In the tweet, Bynes also notes that the page is her only Twitter account, seemingly addressing rumors that were reported by In Touch which suggested she had started a secret account.

The page, which appears to have been launched at the end of January, uses the handle @PersianLA27 and the pseudonym “Ashley Barks,” and mirrors some of Bynes’ former Twitter behaviors.

Still, based on reports from sources such as People and Us Weekly, Amanda is doing well and currently living with her parents in California while she takes classes at FIDM.

Are you glad to see Amanda getting back on the right track? Share your thoughts below!

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