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  1. Thanks Luanne - I will have to ask. This is the information they sent out about the payment: Cost: 20 week series & free online support (eTools) at a cost of $279.80 plus HST. Due as 3 easy payments of $105.39 (tax in) dated week 1, 5 and 9. I'd definately rather do the monthly pass, but if it means having to go to a meeting after work on on weekends the savings probably won't be worth it for me.
  2. Thanks for the advice guys! It's funny because right after I posted this there was an email sent out at work about a Weight Watchers at Work 20-week program starting up in a few weeks..... soo, I'm going to sign up for that. Fingers crossed that enough people will sign up so it's not cancelled. It's a bit more than I would pay with a monthly pass BUT it's on my lunch hour and I won't have any excuses for not going - and we get the free etools.
  3. Instead of hitting the snooze button this morning I got up and 40 minutes of Turbo Jam Sculpt.... I feel great knowing I've already got my workout in.. I don't have that hanging over my head all day and it's keeping me motivated to stay on track
  4. Okkkkk, so I can't decide if I want to do meetings or online. Online has more pros for me - it's cheaper and I don't need to worry about a babysitter and getting to a meeting. But, I did some googling and found some great pics of the new materials and I WANT THEM! lol I'm such a nerd, and they look so awesome that I want to have them to read through. I know the online program will give you the same information, but does anyone know how it compares to the actual material you get at a meeting? Maybe I can buy a monthly pass, get the material and the etools and then switch to online and skip the meetings? Advice please!!
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