Diva's Yoplait Challenge

Tuesday, April 05, 2011

I am 4 days into my April challenge to 'Spring it Up a Notch'. A couple of days ago, I opened one of those marketing emails (yes, I'm one of those ppl) and it was actually worth it this time.

Presenting THE YOPLAIT 2-WEEK TUNE-UP! If you follow their plan for 2 weeks, you can lose up to 10lbs. My first thought was that I was gonna be hungry if I did this challenge. BUT I decided that I'd try it anyway. I mean, I like the items they present on the plan and they're affordable items I use on a regular basis anyway. So why not? (I mean, other than thinking I'd be hungry...LOL)

Yesterday was my first day on the challenge- which I modified slightly to better suit me. I was so surprised that I wasn't hungry! And I was doubly surprised when I couldn't even finish my lunch!

I was so excited that I went home and told my roommate about it. I got her excited and she's going to do the challenge too. And mind you, she's the friend who always says she's ready to be more healthy...but doesn't feel like exercising, doesn't like many veggies, etc. She tells me on a regular basis, "Erika, I don't want that because it's too healthy." (What is TOO healthy??? LoL!)

I won't be posting daily results for my 2-week challenge, nor for my 'Spring It Up' monthly challenge. I'm just going to do what I need to do and report as I feel the need.

I'm really pumped and motivated...and I'm glad that the swell people at Yoplait gave me a plan that's easy to stick to with my busy schedule and 'not-really-the-type-to-cook-e
very-day' lifestyle.

Here's Yoplait's 2-Week Tune-Up web page:

Until next time...Deuces n Smooches! ~ Diva...Tuning It Up
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  • CHELLY150
    Thanksfor sharing Im going to try this as well!!!
    2933 days ago
  • CHARMIN608
    This sounds very doable! Thanks for sharing!!
    2940 days ago
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