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Anne the Nurse (RN) ICU  Dinosaur Girl.

Tanning today wit my gur @chelseagetsfitxo πŸ˜β€οΈβ˜€οΈπŸŒŠπŸ‘™ #igotburned #tanning #beachday #beachbums #fitsisters #thickthighs #thickthighssavelives

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I live in @torridfashion bralettes. I sleep in them. Work in them. And just run around the house in them. Took advantage the recent sale and new styles! πŸ‘ΈπŸ½

#nofilter @quayaustralia 😎 lip is a combo of @thebalm_cosmetics "sincere" topped with @jouercosmetics "skinny dip" πŸ’‹

Goonies Never Say Die! ☠️ #gooniesneversaydie #thegoonies #savethegoondocks

Head on over to my story. I got tons of questions regarding scarring and what I did to have such light scars. I tried to remember everything I did and go into depth a little more. Probably the longest story I ever posted so if you're not interested I totally don't blame you for skipping out. But I had to do it for all my pre-op surgery girls/guys. 😘😘😘 #justalilthick

I get a LOT of questions about this, After losing over 100 I did have a good deal of loose skin. My breasts were also very deflated and I had grade 3 ptosis. I couldn't bend over without my breast doing an ameoba like summersault out of my bras-even $80 full coverage maximum support bras. That's what brought me into the surgeon's office, initially. I wanted the freedom of being able to wear bras and bathing suits and not have my boob popping out. Some people are lucky and don't have this problem. For those of us who aren't, there's surgery. Despite what they say no amount of push ups or topical cream can combat nature. Fill a water balloon to capacity then deflate it. It's never going back to its original shape no matter how much cocoa butter you put on it. Once I decided to get this done, scheduled my surgery 6 months out. I worked a LOT of overtime (a 12 hour shift a week) and I busted my ass to get as close to my goal weight as possible. I don't regret it for a second. I finally have the freedom to wear ANYTHING. Even go braless if the clothing requires it. I don't need a push up bra, I wear light support bralettes and cheap sports bras most of the time. I can wear any style bikini top. No more $100 full support bikinis that still don't work! People give me flack on here but do I ever wish my breasts were flapping in the wind so I could have their approval? No. I'm so happy with my results and 2 years later I'm still happy with it. My scars are nearly invisible! I will answer ANY and ALL questions below! My surgeon again was Dr. Scott Green of Sacramento, Ca. He is truly an ARTIST!

Quick bathroom selfie on my way out of the house.πŸ’πŸ»πŸ€³πŸ½

I've been very open since day 1 about having an abdominoplasty and mastopexy April 2015. But some people are new here so here's an updated post. Any questions at all don't hesitate to ask in the comments. After being morbidly obese for years and losing over 100 lbs I was left with a great deal of loose skin. My doctor removed 10 inches from my belly. If this is something you're considering please try to get as close to your goal weight as possible. For best results you want the layer of fat underneath the skin to be as thin as possible, as a tummy tuck does not include removal of fat from underneath the skin. The thicker your skin, the deeper the wound and the higher the risk of complications. Also it's very difficult to do intense workouts for MONTHS after surgery. Mostly I did long hikes. Another thing to keep in mind is a tummy tuck is not a fix all. You must maintain your body fat percentage. The first place I always gain weight is in my abdomen. Still. It's just as hard now as it was before to keep my body fat lower. I've had to work since this surgery to maintain my results. And I weight more now than I did then. So you can't expect to have permanent results without permanent commitment. The recovery was about 3 weeks, the first week being the hardest. I couldn't stand up straight or shower myself. The pain was actually tolerable and I'm somewhat of a baby about pain. But the oral pain medications were more than enough to keep me comfortable. For recovery I drank lots of water, walked often, starting with just pacing around the room, to walking around the block a few times a day, to hiking 6+ miles a day by week 3. I ate a high protein diet, took bromelain supplements, vitamin C, ate lots of pineapple, and kept my scars out of the sun, showered daily, and slept in a recliner the first week. Do I regret getting it done because people online judge me on occasion!? Lmao no. Some things can not be achieved with diet an exercise. And excessive loose skin after drastic weight-loss is one of them. My surgeon was Dr. Scott Green of Sacramento, Ca. And he's a true ARTIST!

Snapchat filter come thru. How you make me look so cute while I'm makeupless and sweating on the gym floor? For that, I thank you. I'm going to do an updated post about my plastic surgery tomorrow so stay tuned.

I started this whole thing April 2014. 5 months later I felt comfortable enough to take some progress pics in my underwear. I saw the pics, and I cried. Even though I had lost around 50 lbs, and my clothes were falling off my body, I felt I hadn't done enough. I didn't share my progress pics cuz I didn't feel they were worthy of mention. I had a good cry and I felt discouraged. But- I didn't give up. Too many give up when progress isn't enough. After 5 months of working my fucking ass off I didn't have the body I wanted. I hadn't made a drastic enough change. If you want to make a drastic change in your body you're going to have to commit. It will never happen as fast as you want. 3 years have passed and I STILL don't have the body I want. I still have goals I have yet to meet. I still struggle and I get very very discouraged at times. But I keep trying. And when I feel like I'm lookin' good I take some pics and post them online. Sometimes I pick myself apart and other times I accept all my flaws. Sometimes my diet is on point and sometimes it's off the rails. The point is, keep trying. Keep evaluating your weaknesses. Keep working. Keep pushing. We all have the power to change. We just have to tap into it. It all depends on getting into the right mindset and fighting the natural tendency to slip back into our bad habits. #motivationmonday

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