Amanda Bynes is sharing a life update after staying quiet on social media for the past two months.
On Saturday, the She's the Man actress, 34, posted a selfie on Instagram alongside a brief message on what she's been up since spending the last two months in treatment for her mental health.
Bynes shared that she is "getting [her] Bachelor's degree from FIDM [Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising]" and has been "taking online classes" with the hopes of "trying to get a 4.0 GPA."
"Looking forward to starting my online store in the future #goals," she added of her career down the line.
Bynes noted that she "spent the last 2 months in treatment" where she "worked on coping skills to help with [her] social anxiety that caused [her] to drop out of school months ago."
Now, the star added, she is "back on track and doing well!"
"I'm now living in transitional living and doing therapy during the week," she said.
As for her relationship status, the actress wrote, "still engaged to tha love of my life Paul 🌹."
News of the couple getting back together comes two months after PEOPLE confirmed that Bynes and Michael, 28, had what would be a short-lived split after their engagement.
Bynes first announced her engagement to Paul Michael, a man she met at her former sober living home in late 2019, on Valentine's Day. "Hope you're all staying safe! Love y'all! 🐥🐦," she concluded the update.
In mid-March, both Michael and Bynes announced on Instagram that they were expecting their first child together in posts that have since been deleted from social media.
“Baby in the making,” Michael captioned the post. At the time, a source confirmed to PEOPLE that Bynes was pregnant.
Earlier this month, however, her lawyer David Esquibias said the actress is not expecting a baby with her partner.
Hours after Bynes and Michael's respective pregnancy announcements, Esquibias released a statement to PEOPLE asking for privacy on behalf of the former actress as she sought "treatment for ongoing mental health issues."
Her lawyer added that Bynes is currently "sheltering at a safe environment" amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The What A Girl Wants star sought help in January 2019 after months of struggles that followed her decision to step back into the public eye.