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My Breast Advice For Your Boob Job Prep + Recovery

I waited for the moment my boobs felt fully healed and settled before writing a blog post with all the nitty gritty details of my surgery and recovery. You’ve sent tons of questions, and rest assured I’ll get to all of your nosy-AF-inquiries (lol jk u know I’m an open book) in this post! But…

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  • SashaFebruary 13, 2019 - 3:56 pm

    I followed your entire boob job journey start to finish and I just want to say thank you! When you first announced you were getting your boobs done I was surprised because you’re such a feminist, but you opened my eyes to see a different side! It was just my own judgment getting in the way. You are such an inspiration to me and I don’t know where I’d be without your daily instagram posts! Thanks to you, I’m flexin my female every day!ReplyCancel

  • SherylFebruary 14, 2019 - 10:31 am

    OMG! I’m so happy I found this post. I’m getting mine done on Monday and I’m excited but also very nervous. This is exactly the type of real account I was looking for to know what I can expect. Thank you for all the details and advice!ReplyCancel

What’s In My Backpack (a.k.a. My Mobile Office)

So in case u haven’t noticed I never ever do things just bc “every other blogger is doing them.” I just do me. Hence why I’ve steered clear of the obligatory “what’s in my bag” blog post for so long. But nowadays I get this question quite a lot, so, ye ask and ye shall receive,…

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  • SDecember 7, 2018 - 3:57 pm

    OMGGG I felt the same way about airpods haha but they are the best. this backpack is super cute. is it lightweight? i don’t like the heavy feel so wanted to check before orderingReplyCancel

This is 29: Six Things I Learned In the Past 365 Days

Tomorrow’s my 29th birthday, so I reread the post I wrote a year ago when I turned 28 entitled “The Wisdom of your Late 20s.” Lol. Little 28yo wise ass me had NO IDEA how much I would learn and grow and change in a year. If I could sum up this year in one…

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    How Does Plastic Surgery Fit Into The Body Positivity Movement?

    After I got my boob job I was called a “fake feminist” and accused of not supporting body positivity. SO I wanted to take a sec to define what body positivity is all about. 🙃 Women (& all genders, but especially women) are conditioned to aspire to unrealistic levels of perfection and beauty. As young…

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    • KKOctober 4, 2018 - 12:59 am

      Anna, there’s something about you. Every single blog post you write keeps getting better and better and better. I can hear your voice and see you and I feel like I know you well as a friend. That sounds creepy but who cares!!!! Thank you for your transparency, realness, motivation, empowerment, education, and all the stuff you do for the B/B tribe! xoxo KKReplyCancel

    • WeaselinaJanuary 25, 2019 - 6:18 am

      Everything about you seems fake. There is nothing in you that seems to represent feminism, which is about women gaining the same rights as men, not about filing your insecure behavior under “owning yourself.”
      You look like you aspire to win men over. If that is feminism, it is about as useful as turning tricks to gain rights. ReplyCancel

      • MeikaFebruary 10, 2019 - 11:57 am

        Who are you to judge her as “fake” behind a computer screen? She’s by far the realest person I follow on Instagram. You’d know that if you follow her, but I’m assuming you don’t. Regardless, your comment is closed-minded and makes assumptions that say more about you than about her. I hope you see this and learn from it.ReplyCancel

    Why I’m Getting A Boob Job 10 Years After My Breast Reduction (& Why I’m Sharing It With You)

    Exactly 10 years ago, when I was 18, I made the life-changing decision to get a breast reduction. I did it because I hated my colossal-sized breasts. The physical pain in my back and shoulders was bad, but the emotional pain was unrivaled. People would stare (sometimes touch) and my skin would crawl. Gossip flew…

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    • SadieSeptember 19, 2018 - 5:21 pm

      Anna… do you know that you’re my literal hero????ReplyCancel

    • StefaniSeptember 20, 2018 - 9:39 am

      Everything you write I think “Wow!” You are so brave and have already inspired me to be much more honest and open in my life and maybe the next step is with cosmetic procedures. Thank you for being youReplyCancel

    • SarahSeptember 26, 2018 - 6:54 pm

      I’ve been following you on Insta for a while but this is the first blog post I’ve read and I just want to say keep it up, girl. It’s refreshing and thoughtful and I will keep reading. I’ve had tiny boobs my whole life and judged people who got boob jobs because I did see it as fake and since I don’t have the desire to get one, it made it easy. But you’re totally right – if you’re doing it for you and only you, there’s nothing to judge. We all strive to be happy and proud of ourselves. Hope your recovery is smooth and you are thrilled with the finished product!ReplyCancel

    • YournumberonefanNovember 7, 2018 - 8:14 am

      Where can we see the result?ReplyCancel

    • DNovember 14, 2018 - 2:09 pm

      I’ve always wanted boobs. Always. How did you decide on your surgeon?ReplyCancel


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