Hard Work Pays Off! (19 PICS)

Posted in PICTURES       24 Nov 2020       4695       8 GALLERY VIEW

“100 pounds down in 2 years! I’ve never been more proud of myself.”
“Jo was adopted 3 months ago. I hardly recognize her in earlier pictures, and I can’t believe how fluffy she’s gotten.”
“I can’t believe I used to prefer my hair long & straight over short & curly!”
“The before and after results of cleaning and polishing an old purse of my mom’s from the ’80s!”
“My friend needed someone to fix a cake that she got from a decorator. I’m proud of my clean-up job!”

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"A little over a year and about 175 pounds lighter"
“The progression of this cocoon hanging off the side of our house is awesome. Photos taken 8 days apart.”
“Our kitchen before and after remodeling.”
“This arrangement I made is doing remarkably well. Before/After. Time: About 5 months.”
“In 2006 my boyfriend asked me to do an epic painting for his birthday.”

“10 years later I decided it was time to finally do what I really wanted. I quit my old job and started to learn how to paint. I never stopped since then! And I’ve painted him updated versions over the years.”

 

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“One week after breast reduction surgery. I am overjoyed with the results.”
“This is how my garage gym has changed since last year.”
“My calamondin! I feel like a proud parent.”
“Before & after trying to do something about my depression”
“This was my first ever interior decoration gig. I debated a narrow apartment balcony. Here are the before and after photos.”
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"Before and after the first haircut"

“My 52-year-old buddy, who has a bad hip, did all this landscaping himself with no prior experience.”
“6 years ago today I got a surgery to straighten up my spine, and this is the before/after result. I gained 2 inches in the process.”

“Did you do anything to your face, Botox, braces, facial yoga, etc.?” — “No, I just lost 43 pounds.”


Credits:  brightside.me


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Lafayette 4 month s ago
#11 Nooooooooooooooooooooooooo. Just kidding. Good for her and her back.
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Onicyphorous 4 month s ago
There always seems to be some misunderstanding about what "hard work paying off" actually means. 2) taking care of a cat: not hard work 3) Paying a stylist to change your hairstyle: not hard work. 14) Trimming one's hair: not hard work. 15) Trimming a dog's hair... ok not the easiest thing in the world, but next to losing 100+ pounds? Seriously? c'mon.... I'm even looking askance at the two surgeries. I mean its not like you did the surgery yourselves. but I will concede that recovery (especially the scoliosis surgery) can be pretty rugged.
       
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Roberta 4 month s ago
Onicyphorous,
to each their own struggles and experiences. losing weight can be easy. also getting a job while Black.
       
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Elvie 4 month s ago
Roberta,

Agree! Celebrate all victories however small they may be. There's no way to know what people have to deal with.
       
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Anna 4 month s ago
Onicyphorous,The recovery after operating on your spine can take over one year which is not only very limiting in what you can do but can also be extremely painful.
       
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Edmund 4 month s ago
#11. Good job.
       
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Dave 4 month s ago
#6 "One Year", of course. Without a bypass op, without Drugs or Roids, just hard work, for sure. dash

#11
"Such a shame" - Talk Talk
       
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Maddy 4 month s ago
#11 you selfish b*tch
       
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