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Letter to Myself: 8 Weeks Later

Tuesday, April 24, 2012


Look at this cheesing fool. This was you, 8 weeks ago.

For starters, I hope you're not still on hold. The way things are going, you might very well still be sitting on hold, waiting for someone to answer your question.

But I digress.

You set a goal. You decided that by June 17th, you would be following your menu plan 95% of the time. (That is 32/35 meals & snacks each week!) I am about 60% on plan right now, so you've got some making up to do but I know you made it, and I'm going to help.

You set another goal. You are going to be running a mile. Running a mile! You have had this goal for at least half of your life and you're going to do it in EIGHT WEEKS. I am struggling with making it to the gym but I am working on it and I have set up a plan that should have us puffing away for a mile at a time before that clock runs out.

I'm enclosing a few photos of myself. I am looking forward to seeing your response in June! Sexy bathroom photos, Myspace-style. You know how we do.

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  • BABBINA
    Oh my goodness I love love love yr sense of humor & yr realistic approach to yr WL Journey. keep up the good work, you will reach yr goals by the end of this BLC! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    3320 days ago
  • RCW0442EHS
    I like your meal plan goal. Sure you're not where you want to be but like you said you can do it. Keep that attitude and you'll be looking back in 8 weeks happy about the success you've had on this challenge.
    3340 days ago
  • RAINBOWCHOC
    60% is better than 50% so you are on the right path! Good luck with the mile run, I would be dead after a few yards so I'm in no position to judge!
    glad you are feeling less bothered by the camera, you'll be doing model shots soon!
    best wishes, Sandra
    3340 days ago
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