motiveweight
motiveweight:

weschoolinlife 
Left: December 2012 - 6’1, 291 Pounds
Right: October 15, 2014 - 193.5 Pounds
I submitted a progress picture at the end of 2013, but was still too embarrassed to show any pictures of myself shirtless. 2014 has been an unbelievably great year for me, and now I feel confident enough in my progress to share.
The relationship between my emotional/mental well-being and nutrition has improved dramatically. I still have not-great days emotionally (who doesn’t?), but I do my absolute best to continue to fuel my body with the food it needs to achieve my goals.
I work with an INCREDIBLE trainer whose energy is off the charts. It’s almost impossible to put into words. He is a constant positive influence and always encourages me to push past the boundaries I set in front of myself. 
More than anything, I finally believe that I deserve to live my best life.I used to shy away from making plans and goals,because I doubted I was equipped with the intelligence/work-ethic/skills/etc. to achieve them. Not anymore. I have celebrated being alive in 2014; it feels amazing!!!
I now understand that I have so much to experience, and I am beyond excited to keep expanding this life of mine. :-)
Thank you all for sharing your stories; it has been such a source of inspiration and joy in my life.
Cam
weschoolinlife.tumblr.com

Amazing transformation….Good job on all your hard work

motiveweight:

weschoolinlife 

Left: December 2012 - 6’1, 291 Pounds

Right: October 15, 2014 - 193.5 Pounds

I submitted a progress picture at the end of 2013, but was still too embarrassed to show any pictures of myself shirtless. 2014 has been an unbelievably great year for me, and now I feel confident enough in my progress to share.

The relationship between my emotional/mental well-being and nutrition has improved dramatically. I still have not-great days emotionally (who doesn’t?), but I do my absolute best to continue to fuel my body with the food it needs to achieve my goals.

I work with an INCREDIBLE trainer whose energy is off the charts. It’s almost impossible to put into words. He is a constant positive influence and always encourages me to push past the boundaries I set in front of myself. 

More than anything, I finally believe that I deserve to live my best life.I used to shy away from making plans and goals,because I doubted I was equipped with the intelligence/work-ethic/skills/etc. to achieve them. Not anymore. I have celebrated being alive in 2014; it feels amazing!!!

I now understand that I have so much to experience, and I am beyond excited to keep expanding this life of mine. :-)

Thank you all for sharing your stories; it has been such a source of inspiration and joy in my life.

Cam

weschoolinlife.tumblr.com

Amazing transformation….Good job on all your hard work

breakingnews
breakingnews:

Ebola survivor donates blood to Dallas patient
NBC News: Ebola survivor Dr. Kent Brantly donated blood to help treat Nina Phram, the Dallas nurse who is the first person to contract the disease in the United States, a spokesperson for Samaritan’s Purse said Monday night.
A family spokesperson for Pham confirmed that she received the transfusion from Brantly. It is the third time he has donated blood to treat Ebola patients. 
Follow updates on BreakingNews.com.
Photo: Nina Pham is the nurse who was the first person to contract Ebola while on U.S. soil. She is being treated in Dallas. (NBC News)

Is it his blood, or plasma?

breakingnews:

Ebola survivor donates blood to Dallas patient

NBC NewsEbola survivor Dr. Kent Brantly donated blood to help treat Nina Phram, the Dallas nurse who is the first person to contract the disease in the United States, a spokesperson for Samaritan’s Purse said Monday night.

A family spokesperson for Pham confirmed that she received the transfusion from Brantly. It is the third time he has donated blood to treat Ebola patients. 

Follow updates on BreakingNews.com.

Photo: Nina Pham is the nurse who was the first person to contract Ebola while on U.S. soil. She is being treated in Dallas. (NBC News)

Is it his blood, or plasma?

breakingnews
breakingnews:

Ebola survivor donates blood to Dallas patient
NBC News: Ebola survivor Dr. Kent Brantly donated blood to help treat Nina Phram, the Dallas nurse who is the first person to contract the disease in the United States, a spokesperson for Samaritan’s Purse said Monday night.
A family spokesperson for Pham confirmed that she received the transfusion from Brantly. It is the third time he has donated blood to treat Ebola patients. 
Follow updates on BreakingNews.com.
Photo: Nina Pham is the nurse who was the first person to contract Ebola while on U.S. soil. She is being treated in Dallas. (NBC News)

He must be a universal donor?

breakingnews:

Ebola survivor donates blood to Dallas patient

NBC NewsEbola survivor Dr. Kent Brantly donated blood to help treat Nina Phram, the Dallas nurse who is the first person to contract the disease in the United States, a spokesperson for Samaritan’s Purse said Monday night.

A family spokesperson for Pham confirmed that she received the transfusion from Brantly. It is the third time he has donated blood to treat Ebola patients. 

Follow updates on BreakingNews.com.

Photo: Nina Pham is the nurse who was the first person to contract Ebola while on U.S. soil. She is being treated in Dallas. (NBC News)

He must be a universal donor?

iguanamouth

slimdontactright:

sapphrikah:

distant-relatives-blog:

The earliest evidence of ancient dentistry we have is an amazingly detailed dental work on a mummy from ancient Egypt that archaeologists have dated to 2000 BCE. The work shows intricate gold work around the teeth. This mummy was found with two donor teeth that had holes drilled into them. Wires were strung through the holes and then around the neighboring teeth.

Originators.

Oh so BLACK people made braces too? Oh, okay. ✔️

Ouch! Cannot imagine biting down on something…lol