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8/4/19 7:13 P

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(1) what plan are you going to use?
I am using a plant strong, vegetarian eating plan.

(2) are you committed to doing the 100 days?
Yes, I am committed to the entire 100 days.

(3) how are you going to journal?
I will Journal on paper as I read the lesson and I am going to try and the printed lessons.


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8/4/19 2:10 P

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(1) what plan are you going to use?

(2) are you committed to doing the 100 days?

(3) how are you going to journal?

1...I've written a plan on the front page of my journal. 5,000 steps a day, plus a mix of stretching, using my bike, weights, yoga DVDs etc. I'll eliminate certain foods and hubby and I have agreed that neither of us will buy them. Carbs are a challenge for me, so will increase protein a bit. For crunchy foods, it will be apples, carrots, celery instead of the ones that I actually favour. When I'm home, I will only eat at our table. Too much coffee consumed lately, and I'm going to reduce or eliminate and substitute other fluid.

2...Yes, I'm committed. I'll take a rest day each week. If I'm sick or injured I will rest.

3...I use a written journal. Plus, I commit to log into SP each day. I'll regularly post here or on my blog page.

Additional, my enneagram 4 self tends to focus on the "What's Missing" instead of a focus on the positive.

I pledge to be very aware of this tendency in myself and to use a gratitude list. When I slip into the melancholy, it is quite a process to pull myself out of it. Maybe if I gratitude journal regularly, I can slowly shift this way of thinking in myself.



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8/4/19 1:50 P

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Because Iíve been following this team for a while I now go through the lessons and see what has become habit and what I still need to work on.

(1) what plan are you going to use?
My plan will be to have a balanced food plan with a goal of lowering my carbs.
My plan will be to walk and/or bicycle 5 days a week.

(2) are you committed to doing the 100 days?
Yes, I am committed to the entire 100 days.

(3) how are you going to journal?
First I will Journal on paper as I read the lesson.
Then I will commit to adding my thoughts to each day on the thread for that day.

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8/4/19 12:32 P

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Yes, Gill. Thanks for copy & paste Moonshines info here. I think it is important that we are all on the same page (in more ways than one emoticon )

My Plan - I will be following the No S Diet guidelines with special attention to keeping carbs low. My fitness plan is steady for me and serves me well. ST 2x/wk, Elliptical 3x/wk, 7500 Steps daily, at least 10 minutes of fitness/day on weekends.

Committed? - ABSOLUTELY!

How Will I Journal - I will post on the Team daily lessons here. I have also decided to post on paper in my Magic Notebook! I found a spare notebook I can use and, apparently, I had thought about going the paper route before because when I pulled my Book off the shelf I found that I had already printed 18 days from the Journal link gill sent us the other day. Not sure about using the Report section since, as I mentioned the other day, I find it difficult to track my progress via the internet. Guess I'm just an old fashioned paper girl!

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8/4/19 12:18 A

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Thank you, Gill...that saved me a bunch of time. emoticon

1) My Diet plan is to use the SparkPeople tracking system to keep my calories and carbohydrates low

My Exercise plan is 5+ days of Cardio, and 3+ Days of Strength Training--mostly using SP and other on-line Videos.

(2) I will follow the plan for 100 Days, beginning on Monday, Aug 5, 2019. My plan is to lose 14 lbs during those 14 weeks. 8-).

(3) I will keep a record of my progress by using this Forum.

Edited by: MOOMSHINE at: 8/4/2019 (14:25)
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8/3/19 10:03 A

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(1) what plan are you going to use?

Nutrition - Clean eating mostly home cooked meals with attention to appropriate protein, healthy fat, enough fibre, vitamins, minerals and attention to portions using visual hand guides i.e. palm protein, handful carbs, fist veggies, thumb fat - stay hydrated


Intermittent fasting - not eating between 7pm and 11am - breakfast at 11 am, lunch at 1pm, dinner at 6 pm, no snacking except recovery drink after heavy workouts,

Plan menu at least a day before

Exercise- 5 active days, 2 rest days, plenty of walking, 3 runs and 1 ST per week, daily row, light row on rest days
Be mindful to limit sedentary time.

(2) are you committed to doing the 100 days?

Yes. I really enjoyed my first experience and am looking forward to my second one.

(3) how are you going to journal?

Printed and will daily check in on the team daily thread


Edited by: JUNEPA at: 8/3/2019 (16:51)
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8/3/19 8:27 A

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This is the plan posted on the Introduce Yourself thread by Em (MOOMSHINE) - I copied-and-pasted it to here! Hope that's OK, Em?!

(1) My Diet plan is to use SparkPeople/Low-Calorie/Low-Carbohydrates tracking system.
My Exercise plan is 5+ days of Cardio, and 3+ Days of Strength Training--mostly using SP and other on-line Videos.

(2) I will follow the plan for 100 Days, beginning on Monday. I hope to lose 14 lbs during those 14 weeks. 8-).

(3) I will keep a record of my progress by using a paper journal this time - and doing a short post on the daily thread


Edited by: SWEETENUFGILL at: 8/4/2019 (04:45)
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8/3/19 8:27 A

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(1) what plan are you going to use? Just eating according to SP recommendations, paying most attention to limiting calories. For lunch, I have a Premier shake and a small dark chocolate bar most days. Also rarely eating breads and junk foods. Also, 30 minutes of activity each day, any combination of walking and yoga.

(2) are you committed to doing the 100 days? YES!!!! I've not read the book before. Weight loss is very much a mental game, and 100 DWL seems to deal with that aspect well.

(3) how are you going to journal? Hmmmmm . . . the paper version printed out from the website and also my own section in the reports section of the forum.

Edited by: THETROUT at: 8/3/2019 (08:55)
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8/3/19 8:13 A

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(1) what plan are you going to use? I am using the No S diet plan
(three meals a day from Monday - Friday - no sweets, no snacks, no seconds) - except on S days (Saturday, Sunday, Special Days and Sick Days). I also incorporate an intention to limit carbs like wheat, potato, rice to one meal a day.

(2) are you committed to doing the 100 days? Yes. I. Am! I've done this book before and I know how much it benefits me to stick with it all the way! Some days are harder than others - but it's always worth pushing on through.

(3) how are you going to journal? I'm going to use a paper journal this time. This is not something I've done before, so it'll be interesting to see what happens doing this.



Edited by: SWEETENUFGILL at: 8/3/2019 (08:16)
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8/3/19 8:11 A

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OK - here's a thread where we can post our plans for the 100 DWL starting on Monday

(1) what plan are you going to use?

(2) are you committed to doing the 100 days?

(3) how are you going to journal?

OTHER FAQ (I'll add to this list as I gather them up)
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Q do I have to sign up?

A: No, you don't - just join in. There is no signing up - no check-in days or posting weight or anything like that - it's a book club basically - but a supportive one!
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Q: can I do this if I haven't got the book yet?

A: Yes, you can follow along pretty well using the existing material on the Day's thread and Linda's blogs - but it is a lot easier with your own copy of the book
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Q: Is it OK to skip some of the days?

A; Yes - if there's a Day you don't want to do - skip it and just carry on. If you're away for a week, then you're better off just flipping through the pages and joining back in wherever we are. If you get behind and want to catch up, there will be a break every weekend when you might have a bit more time.
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Q: Do I have to check in every day?

A: No, it's entirely up to you.
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Q: Will I get a daily email reminder?

A: I will try my best to get a daily email out - it will be a brief message with a link to Linda's blog on her website.




Edited by: SWEETENUFGILL at: 8/3/2019 (08:25)
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