19 People Whose Willpower Is Simply Unimaginable

2 years ago

It’s believed that boasting isn’t good — at least that’s what our parents told us when we were kids. But sometimes, we achieve things that make us incredibly proud, and we just can’t help but tell everyone about it.

We at Bright Side admire other people’s successes, and we’d like you to join in on the fun.

“I spent my entire adult life being afraid to swim because of my loose skin, but today that changed!”

“50 and finally got my master’s degree...I’m super stoked!”

“I’ve still got a ways to go, but I’m down 40-ish pounds and under 240 for the first time since 2013.”

“Words cannot possibly describe how proud I am of my wife.”

“I’ve lost the average American male in weight! The highest weight was 527 lb in August 2020. 327 lb today!”

“Depression was so bad I couldn’t do my dishes for months. Today was the first time both my sinks have been clean since March. I’m so proud of myself.”

“I’ve dreamed of this piece for so long, and after 42 hours of painting tiny little marks, I couldn’t help but smile. I feel one step closer to my dream of becoming a professional artist!”

“25 years sober as of today. A note to anyone just starting this journey: you can do it, I believe in you.”

“I just moved into my very own place and am living 100% independently for the first time.”

“Completed my first commissioned painting this week!”

“I have cerebral palsy, which has always made it difficult for me to run and jog.”

“Today, despite my disability, I jogged 2 miles (with a few walking breaks) and I couldn’t be more proud of myself! Here I am, happy post-jog!”

“Running has always helped with depression. Wasn’t sure how I would get through 2020 after I got injured, but I found a new hobby and today I made the fountain I used to run past every day.”

“I am officially 3 years brain cancer-free today! I think my scar has healed nicely...”

“I’ve been doing art for years now but have never drawn anything that had to do with human anatomy. I thought I would be awful at it but I’m genuinely proud of what I was able to accomplish!”

“My wife and I became first-time homeowners today!”

“Follow your dream.”

“I’m a tattoo apprentice and tried my first color realism today.”

“My dad and I at the fire pit we just built”

“After 6 months of nurturing and watering, here is my baby pineapple.”

Do you have any achievements you’d love to tell everyone about?

Preview photo credit rjbriggs26 / Reddit


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