I know it’s not “Transformation Tuesday,” but I’ve recently hit a bit of a plateau with my weight loss and have been getting discouraged. I was looking through old photos and realized how far I’ve come. There’s about a 45-pound difference between these photos. I’ve gone from a size 14 to a size 8. I just needed to remind myself that this change doesn’t happen overnight. It’s a lifestyle change, and it’s a process. I’ve still got some work to do, but I’m proud of how far I’ve come. I’m finally starting to be comfortable in my own skin, and that’s an amazing feeling.

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scoutforth  asked:

I really apologize if my tattoo offended you. That was never my intention. A friend and I got matching ones in Hebrew and apparently didn't give enough thought to it. But please keep your comments to yourself. This tattoo is on MY body and I'M the one who's going to have to live with it. Pouring bleach into an open wound isn't going to do any good. Again, I apologize if this offended you in any way.

Haha, there is no way we are going to keep silent when people trample on our history and steal from our culture. No.

Yes, you’re the one who’s going to have to live with your own lack of research and dumbass decisions, but what you don’t realize is that your tattoo HURTS US, and so long as you have it it will continue to HURT US, because cultural appropriation FUCKING HURTS.