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3/11/13 9:22 P

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I don't know the answer to your question. I would probably do the week over if I didn't really do it the first time.

Nancy from West Virginia - EST
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MOMMAGINI's Photo MOMMAGINI Posts: 261
3/11/13 12:51 P

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I'm only on Week 2, but if the challenges and activities are similar, do what you think is best for you. If you need what Week 4 was teaching/encouraging, just run yourself a week behind the emails. If not, do Week 5.

Of course, I'm way behind you and not a leader, so hopefully one of them will chime in soon. I think the important thing though is to keep doing all the healthy things you can, and maintain your momentum. We're never going to get everything done perfectly all the time, just do your best, pat yourself on the back for not giving up, and push on!

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MERRILU's Photo MERRILU Posts: 5
3/11/13 10:49 A

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Last week I simply didn't make it. My gym was shut due to a broken water main, I was working extra hours, and I was away at a workshop all weekend. So my question is, now what? Do I do that week over? Or do I go on? I expect I'm going to get the e-mails automatically that assume I've completed the week's challenge, like the one I clicked on to get here. Any suggestions?

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