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Take 50% off the entire plan for Black Friday! Hey {NAME}! It's the weekend before Thanksgiving. How

Take 50% off the entire plan for Black Friday! Hey {NAME}! It's the weekend before Thanksgiving. How did we get here!!?? Look, I know the holidays are supposed to be fun, but I get that it is a tough time too. For some of us, it's stressful to be around lots of family for an extended period of time. For others who may be on a fitness or health journey, being around all this indulgent food can feel like a mental challenge. I want you to remember that the holidays are a special time of year, and it's ok to put your goals on pause and give yourself a break, because you know what, your body probably needs the rest anyway. One day "off track" isn't going to ruin your progress. I promise. Anyway, if you feel like you want to prep yourself post-Thanksgiving and pre-New Year, but have no idea where to start, I have something that will help you! What you need is a plan and a WHY. Remember my [90 Day Journey]( My goal was to get in the best shape of my life mentally, physically, and emotionally. This journey was the best thing I ever did for myself, and honestly, it inspired so much positive change in the rest of my life too. The confidence spilled over into my business, my relationships etc. I decided to put all of my [90 Day Journey meal plans]( on sale for you to help you get started on your own journey! Starting today through Monday, 11/29 they are all 50% OFF! Use code: BLACKFRIDAY. There are 4 dietary options to choose from and within each plan, there is caloric customization based on your activity level, height, and weight. This plan was written by my RD Breanna Woods and I, all inspired by what I actually ate on my journey. [Start your 90 Day Journey!]( I hope this helps inspire you to kickstart your journey! Whether or not you get this meal plan, it does not matter. What does matter is that you have a strong WHY that will push you past all the challenges that you'll encounter along the way. Good luck! You've got this. [YouTube]( [Facebook]( [Instagram]( [Twitter]( [Pinterest]( Copyright © 2021 Blogilates, All rights reserved. You are receiving this email because you signed up for the Blogilates newsletter. Our mailing address is: Blogilates 16350 Ventura Blvd Ste D #334Encino, CA 91436 [Add us to your address book]( Want to change how you receive these emails? You can [update your preferences]( or [unsubscribe from this list](

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