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100 days on plan - Day 61

Sunday, July 14, 2013

My hubby and I had a great time last night! We went out to dinner, had a great meal and had good conversations. I wasn't sure what to expect because there was 10 of us, several people I hadn't met before. But everyone was great!

The cool part about all this is, is that I was well prepared. I ordered a delicious salad and a glass of wine (and stayed in range), while everyone was ordering high calorie meals, and then had cheesecake and many drinks to boot. I've got to say I'm proud to say I made it to day 61 with flying colors!

I already went for a walk today. Now I've got to get on the treadmill!

Have a great Sunday, everyone!
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    WOW CONGRATS !! Its NOT easy to stay in range when around others who aren't doing the same thing,, and well,, not many live the way we do ! SO NEATO AND YEAH !!! A emoticon for ya !!

    Are you familiar with the 5% challenge? In which we do our best to lose 5% of our weight in 8 weeks? Its a VERY SUPPORTIVE group of around 30 to 48 people on each team,, there are now 12 teams, and we COMPETE against each other to see who can "land the plane" thru exercise mins from the members of each team. It does NOT matter if you do 10 mins or 120 (The max we are allowed to ount) what does count Is that you exercise on a regular basis. :)

    Tne team I am on is "The spirited Underdogs" and we'd LOVE to have YOU join us with such a streak going on !! It'll be FUN for you and you will fit right on in !!!

    here's the link:


    Diane, the Challenge Leader of the WHOOOHOOOOOOOO Spirited Under Dawgs. :) OH YEAH !!!! We are a LOVING BUnch and HIGHLY Spirited ! W WOOHOOOOO
    1588 days ago
    It always feels fantastic when you achieve a goal-even one others may consider small! They all add up! Congrats!
    1588 days ago
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