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Considerations when looking at College Decisions

This is the post I wish I had glanced over years ago.

But I’m here now writing out a list due to my lack of  “research” as to what a high school student should consider when making… 1,202 more words

Accreditation

The Decision...

As I’ve said before, I was not a big advocate of obesity surgery, and viewed it as a ‘cop out’.

I’m glad though, that when I sought counselling earlier this year about how to change my lifestyle and my relationship to food, she helped me explore: 1,047 more words

Obesity Surgery

The Decision

You are only one decision away from a totally different life. – Mark Batterson

I picked up the phone and dialed my boss.  As it rang, my heart began to pound loudly in my chest.   737 more words

The realisation...

So, for about 2 years I rejected the notion of obesity surgery.  In my mind, it represented my failure to lose weight through diet and exercise.   272 more words

Obesity Surgery

Obesity Surgery was something other people had

During my teens and twenties, I was a size 10-12, I was active, sporty, and didn’t think much about my weight or what I’d eat.  I’d always had some hormone issues (due to polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)), which just meant I was a hairier chick than most, but apart from that I was healthy. 308 more words

Obesity Surgery

Why the NBA is the Greatest Soap Opera, Ever.

I think it is safe to say that this offseason has been absolutely INSANE. Today with the bombshell news of Kyrie Iriving asking for a trade from the Cleveland Cavaliers only furthers the craziness that is this offseason. 840 more words

Akron celebrates the return of LeBron James

by Ryan Isley

(Originally published on More Than  A Fan on July 14, 2014)

This past weekend in downtown Akron, the Italian-American Festival was held for the 67th straight year. 2,024 more words