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  • Sam E

    5 years ago

    you beat me to it! Hi! if you want friends to see your 'about me' stuff you need to go to settings and privacy and tick friends, I only just realised that! better take the golden child to bed now. take care.

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  • I'M FED-UP WITH MYSELF

    Members: 54

    Latest activity: 04/02/2015 04:54 PM

    "I'M FED-UP WITH MYSELF" group is a group of people that are FED-UP WITH THEMSELVES! There's no other way to explain it! "I'M FED-UP WITH MYSELF" group is FED-UP with wearing girdles, Spanx and bras that cut our shoulders! We're sick of it! We are FED-UP with not being able to fit into our favorite outfit! We are FED-UP with making excuses, why we don't want to go anywhere! We are embarrassed if you really want to know the truth! We are FED-UP with gastro problems and rashes! We are FED-UP with our own excuses as to why we can't juice! We are FED-UP with feeling fat, fat, fat!!!!! Starting today, the "I'M FED-UP WITH MYSELF" group welcomes those who are ready to admit and say "I'M FED-UP WITH MYSELF" and ready to get started kicking our own butt into shape!!! Today is my 1st day getting started kicking my own butt too! WELCOME EVERYONE!

  • "Move the Dial" with Modified Juicing

    Members: 13

    Latest activity: 05/01/2014 03:09 PM

    This is for people who have finished a reboot or who want to change their eating habits with modified juicing. The Group Picture is of a glass mug of healthy hot garlic soup with sprigs of parsley. I've just finished a 10 day juice reboot and am now eating lots of salads and hot soup. My challenge is night-time grazing. I'm cultivating a better eating habit by: 1. Drinking at least one healthy veggie/fruit juice a day 2. Eating a salad a day 3. Eating more veggies than meat or grain 4. Eating no later than 8:30 p.m. 6 days a week (I work late hours) 4. intermittent fasting one day a week (only veggie juice) 5. Every 6 - 8 weeks I want to do a 3 day juice cleanse This list isn't meant to dictate the same for everyone. How are you "moving your dial" by cultivating your own better eating habits?

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