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Skittle

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  1. Welcome to the Rebellion! It seems like you really took time to think about your goals. Can't wait to watch your progress! Good luck
  2. Welcome to the Rebellion! Your goals seem very solid, and very well thought-through. My only advice is don't be too harsh on yourself if you slip up once or twice. We're big on positive reinforcement here Good luck!
  3. Also! Don't forget to assign yourself attribute points
  4. Welcome to the Rebellion! I second what Kibcy said above about designating a solid goal number for how many meals you'd like to prepare at home. I'll get around to that goal in a challenge or two myself Another option for getting yourself organized is setting a goal to clean up one area of your life per week. For example, if your bathroom's a disaster, that's week one's task. Then the bedroom will be week two, your workspace week three, and so on. I find for me at least if I take it one room at a time, it's MUCH easier to not only get things done, but feel accomplished AND still have time to
  5. I like to think I dance through life (or try to, anyway – I’m kind of a huge spaz, so dancing often looks more like crashing into inanimate objects. Frequently...). Whether it’s a necklace, a pair of earrings, or my favorite Fossil purse, I jingle in some way at least 75% of the time, to the point that I’m actually known for it in my circle of friends. I love to travel, though haven’t had many opportunities recently, and I have a restless spirit; these traits caused a friend to dub me a Gypsy 16 years ago. And I’ve embraced the sentiment ever since. This was inspired by all y’all’s awesome RP
  6. The Lady Lethargy and her Court of Excuses and Distractions are both beautiful and terrible. Unbeknownst to her people, she sends her Court into our lives to keep us subdued and complacent, and we aren’t even aware it’s happening. So we sit for hours on end, at work, at home, while travelling, blindly accepting – nay, anticipating! – our fate, all the while our muscles are turning to mush, our brains to ooze, our bones to dust. We’ve been fooled for so long that we actually believe this is how we WANT to live! But no more. Up until recently, I reveled in the illusion, just like every
  7. Thank you, rabbit!! I think I was more excited about posting the introduction than I was about actually posting my goals >_> I really appreciate your compliment! It totally made my day.
  8. So...no. I didn't post the introduction above back in August. But I couldn't figure out how to delete my original thread, so instead I decided to update it with how I am going to progress from here on out, and not be shamed by my lack of progression up to this point I will probably crosspost this once the new Challenge Threads are up, but I'm super excited about my "backstory" and goals, and just couldn't wait. I like to think I dance through life (or try to, anyway – I’m kind of a huge spaz, so dancing often looks more like crashing into inanimate objects. Frequently...). Whether it’s a neck
  9. Hmm...if I split up my list to Santa just right, I might just be able to finagle all five... Orrrr I could just start with the first, and go from there. That's probably smarter. But diving in headfirst is always so fun! Thanks y'all for the help
  10. So, um...I'm really interested in AC3, but I haven't played ANY of the others. I am also neurotically twitchy about playing (or reading...or seeing...) things out of order. I also don't really know how expansions for game systems work (I understand it for PC, but can't really wrap my head around the process for, say, XBOX). Should I get AC1 and 2 and any related expansions? Can I just get the two expansions you mentioned (I assume not, given the very nature of expansions, but again, not quite sure how this works...)?
  11. Hi Raynie! Welcome to the Rebellion! I'm starting out with the Angry Birds workout routine for two reasons. First, there are only four moves to learn and focus on. Second, I get to give myself STARS at the end of each workout. And this delights me. I am in the habit of overwhelming myself with too much, too fast, so this seemed like the perfect workout to start with. I was worried at first, because it doesn't feel like I'm doing *enough* (srsly, what does that even mean?!) but I worked out yesterday, and I'm definitely feeling it today Good luck, and again, welcome!
  12. Welcome to the Rebellion! Congratulations on your weightloss and improved cholestoral and blood pressure levels! I would definitely recommend participating in the upcoming challenge (I think it starts on the 12th...but don't quote me on that...in any case there should be an announcement about it soon!). It will be my first challenge, too, but I've been lurking around the most recent challenge, and it really does seem like a great way to be held accountable. In addition to putting your goals out there publicly and joining a guild, there are also mini-challenges throughout the main challenge th
  13. Welcome! (love your avatar, by the by... ) I think it's great that you have a set date in mind, and your weekly goal weight sounds very doable! I imagine you may plateau eventually, if you're only focused on your diet (which is totally understandable, given your pelvis issues!) but it's definitely an excellent place to start (diet is, after all, about 80% of the solution!). I'm sure there's information out there on low-impact exercises that would be of use to you, but I unfortunately am not personally familiar with the kinds of adjustments you'd want to make for pelvic injuries/rehab. Good luc
  14. The Lady Lethargy and her Court of Excuses and Distractions are both beautiful and terrible. Unbeknownst to her people, she sends her Court into our lives to keep us subdued and complacent, and we aren’t even aware it’s happening. So we sit for hours on end, at work, at home, while travelling, blindly accepting – nay, anticipating! – our fate, all the while our muscles are turning to mush, our brains to ooze, our bones to dust. We’ve been fooled for so long that we actually believe this is how we WANT to live! But no more. Up until recently, I reveled in the illusion, just like everyone else.
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