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DAY 2 of the 10 Day Meal Prep Challenge For Intermittent Fasting Divas!

By June 3, 2020July 16th, 20204 Week Virtual Accountability Group

AWWWWE SHUCKS NAH! The divas are posting videos, posting pictures and sharing about themselves, their journeys and their goals.


Listen diva, this is not the time to be shy, this is the time to connect, forge new fit girl friendships and go all in and get yours. It’s time to get your transformation, and diva you can do it!  Just SHOW UP, ask questions, be engaged, participate, don’t give up when you fail. Hell sis, truth be told, we need to be failing BETTER! 
Let me explain… Please get your mind set prepared for failing, and accepting it when it happens. Don’t be offended sis, but if you’re doing this challenge right, you will fail.

But guess what? Failing is a PART of success. I repeat, it is a PART of success. Too often we go off plan and beat ourselves up and QUIT because we “failed”.  No sis, FAIL BETTER, FAIL FORWARD! When you fail, pause, think, reflect and CHANGE that which is not serving you!  Then, you work your new “upgraded plan” and the cycle begins again, just at a higher level than before.

FAILURE is just evidence that something in your plan needs tweaking!  Let’s give FAILING BETTER & FAILING FORWARD THOUGHTFUL attention this THURSDAY and beyond!  Begin shifting your perspective NOW on what it means to “go off plan”, “fail”, or “cheat”. your plan.

Now…..Let’s continue on!


  1. Pull out your calendar, let’s make a plan for the rest of this week and all the way into NEXT weekend!

    1. Do you have any big meetings, events, special occasions that would prevent you from meal prepping or cause you to consider eating a not so healthy meal? – Mark those days on your calendar now sis.

    2. If yes, plan for it sis! Consider changing the day or the time you meal prep, grocery shop, etc. Decide right now what these 10 days will mean to you. Are you going to be 100% consistent allowing full opportunity for your body to show you all it can do? Or, will you decide that you will allow yourself an off plan meal, snack or treat. Decide who you are going to be RIGHT NOW, and show up as her for the next 10 days. 

    3. Bottomline, baring any unforeseen deaths, accidents or emergencies, you should be prepared to handle your week like a boss – planning helps you to let go of excuses!

  2. So, now with those important dates on your calendar, write down the following days (avoiding any of the days and times you have those big events you just added to your calendar) – BASING IT ALL ON YOUR OWN SCHEDULE is how we make this plan work for your own life. 

    1. So sis, what day are you creating your meal plan? (during this challenge it’s planned for Friday) – Mark your personal calendar NOW with the day you are meal planning, don’t wait to do this later, do it right now.

    2. What day are you shopping for groceries or using a shopping delivery service to deliver your food (during this challenge it’s planned for Saturday) – Mark your personal calendar NOW

    3. What day are you cooking your meals (during this challenge it’s planned for Sunday) – Mark your personal calendar NOW

  3. Okay, whew sis, you are rolling! Now you know when you are making your meal plan (well I’ve already made it for you, but you do get to customize it – we will talk more about that tomorrow), you know when you’re shopping, and you know when you’re cooking!  #sheREADY

  4. But now, let’s also chat about when you are actually eating!  This is where the book comes in handy!!

If you haven’t received your free book yet, don’t worry, we use the first few days for planning, and I will be here to walk you thru it. Your book will arrive soon, so don’t worry.


FAILURE is just evidence that something in your plan needs tweaking!  Let's give FAILING BETTER & FAILING FORWARD THOUGHTFUL attention this THURSDAY and beyond!#intermittentfasting #FITFYNEFAB Click To Tweet


1. Leave a comment below with your perspective about my thoughts on FAILING BETTER & FAILING FORWARD & FAILURE LEADING TO SUCCESS. 

2. Read pages 13-20 in the book and complete the Diva Assignment on Page 12 of the book. If you don’t yet have your book, complete this step when it arrives.

2. Share in the Group today if you plan to try Intermittent Fasting based on what you’ve read on pages 13-20 in the book. Share your calendar that shows when you plan to make your plan, grocery shop, and cook!

3. If you plan to have a partner during this challenge (click here) and request a partner; or, if you already have a partner (click here) and tag your fit sister. Write your fit sister accountability partner’s name down on page 12 of your book.

4. Please, if you haven’t already, join our Private FB group created purely to support you this ENTIRE MONTH.  (CLICK HERE) to join us on FB. 

 5. If you are plan on participating in the social media contest, save the melinated image below to your computer or your phone and post it on your IG and on your personal FB page (don’t forget to tag me) with the following message “It’s only day 2 & I have already written my health and wellness goals, found me a diva accountability partner & am planning to plan and prep my meals each day next week with the fabulous divas of Fit, Fyne & Fabulous. #10daymealprepCHALLENGE #thefitfynefablife”

P.S.  IMPORTANT: Please add [email protected] to your address book to ensure you receive all of our challenge emails! Please join the FB group for added support. It’s time to get started diva!

Live fabulously,
Nicole “Coach Twy” Twyman
“Who Says Fitness Can’t be Fabulous?”

You can reach out to me here:
Twitter: @fitfynefabulous
Instagram: @fit_fyne_fab
Facebook: Nicole “Coach Twy” Dyer-Twyman
Private Diva Group: Fit, Fyne & Fabulous Divas

Please Note Divas:
If you have any food allergies, digestion issues related to produce or medical issues* that don’t allow you to eat in this way, this isn’t the challenge for you. For example: If you are on medication that limits your intake of vegetables due to vitamin K or have a digestive disorder, this may not be the challenge for you. If you are a diabetic or have blood pressure issues, discuss the pros and cons of a plant-based diet with your doctor or a nutritionist before trying this challenge.

*Medical Disclaimer: If there is any reason why you should not change your diet and how you normally eat due to an ailment, pregnancy, blood sugar issues, chronic illness, allergies or other medical issue, Do Not participate in this challenge. If you have trouble digesting raw or cooked fruits and veggies, this is not the challenge for you. When in doubt, speak with your doctor before joining any weight loss challenge or before starting ANY eating plan/diet.


  • Bridgette says:

    I believe in this statement and realize that it’s okay to fail but you must not stay there you must get back to it but from a different point. You may fail several times but keep going until you find something that sticks and works for you.

  • Valerie McKenzey says:

    FAILING BETTER & FAILING FORWARD THOUGHTFULLY for me means that we don’t give up when we fail. We should look at failure as a opportunity for us to rethink, replan and refocus. We shouldn’t beat ourselves up or quite. When you fall “fail” get back up.

  • Melita Pope Mitchell says:

    If you don’t fail, that means you haven’t tried! I totally agree that failure is a part of success. Once we learn how to learn from it instead of dwell in it, we can use it to become better!


    For me, that statement means, im failing closer to my goal? Im tweaking or adjusting until it equal success. This statement also mean taking responsibility and holding yourself accountable to make the necessary corrections..

  • Chundra says:

    The only time we fail is when we do not try. There are so many things to learn from takings steps forward and those steps become the roadmap to success. When we fail to try, all we’re left with is speculation and doubt…and I get enough of that from the news! I’m excited to have a Sisterhood of Divas to fail forward with!

    • Marlene says:

      I agree wholeheartedly with the statement FAILING BETTER & FAILING FORWARD THOUGHTFULLY because many times i have given up once ive “failed” and jus say I’ll start next wk or a little cheating wont hurt and then disappointed when things arent happening as i hoped. So determined this go around to keep moving forward and resetting my mind when ive gone off course so i can adjust the behavior and modify it for success. Transformation doesnt happen overnight but it can happen if im consistent, disciplined and stay focused on the goal.

      • TRINITY N HOLLINS says:

        I agree with the statement of failing again and again until you become successful. The goal is not to stay there and jump right back in and push yourself even further! #sheready

  • Latoya says:

    Knowing that failure is part of the process encourages me but will not rely on it. Having a goal Planning and being focused and clear has helped me with In the past along along with knowing I can always begin again and do better. Your knowledge, authenticity and example truly helps

    • Rhea says:

      I agree with all the insightful comments from the previous divas. Failing better and failing forward means to me you are still in the race. Regardless of setbacks, each mini failure or success gets you closer to overall success.

  • Clarice says:

    I agree with your statement. Look at our “failures” as lessons. Learn from them, grow, and due things differently. Keep trying and learning until you find what’s right for you. Not giving up this time!

  • Yoli says:

    I am not sad that I failed before because now I am armed with more health conscious information to enter into a more sustainable healthy lifestyle program. I’ve already planned my meals because I need to grocery shop tomorrow as my Saturday is booked and I want to meal prep on Sunday.

  • Anya Canty Ruffin says:

    I think everyone that’s achieved great success has also had some big failures. They help you grow.

  • Tamara Jennings says:

    If you have never experienced failure, it’s difficult to truly know success! Failure makes you more attentive, thoughtful, and cautious. We learn valuable lessons from failure. When we make errors, fix it and keep moving. When we fix or fine tune those errors, we start being more consistent with doing the right” things. Doing the “right” thing more often leads to SUCCESS!

  • Sonia Hart says:

    Failure is the path to success. It builds character!

  • Tameko says:

    I believe in learning from our failures and doing better. Repeating the same actions that failed you time and time again is not a lesson, it’s a choice.

  • Princess Carmichael Randolph says:

    It’s such a more motivating way to say that if at first you don’t succeed try, try again. I love it as it allows the space for growth at our own pace with feeling defeated.

  • Princess Carmichael Randolph says:

    It’s such a more motivating way to say that if at first you don’t succeed try, try again. I love it as it allows the space for growth at our own pace without feeling defeated.

    *The keyboard seemed to change without to with so I had to try again. Wink wink

  • Cristal says:

    Failing BETTER stuck out to me meaning, you must keep trying until you succeed. Celebrate the small victories and take things one step at a time. If we show up better each day, we will eventually push past failure to success.

  • Tynica Robert-McMillan says:

    Failing Better=Failing Forward which equals success.

  • Tracy says:

    Light bulb moment: FAILING BETTER & FAILING FORWARD! I’ve read this many times before, but today I get it. So many times before I’ve let one not so healthy meal, take me completely down. Knock me off my game. So, if I already know I’m going to indulge (responsibly, not loose my mind), in food that I wouldn’t normally eat, is planning to FAIL, FAILING BETTER…….

  • Bernadette Davis says:

    Wow! I never really looking at planning to fail as apart of anything I want to do! So I guess that is way I fail so quickly and never try again. I love this statement because if I plan for ahead of time, I will already see it coming and already know it wi possibly show it face but I have a solution for it “SUCCESS”. I say now that Failure and Success are fraternal twins! LOL! One is always cuter than the other.

  • Angela S says:

    This statement rings the same as a saying from my grandma…try, try and try again, keep on trying until the end! Failing forward means I am getting closer to my goal each time I try.

  • Danielle Miller says:

    FAILING BETTER & FAILING FORWARD & FAILURE LEADING TO SUCCESS. This statement means to me each time that I fail at something I’m learning how to get better each time. I’m not staying in the same spot each time I fail, but each time I’m learning to not fail like I did the last time. Thus meaning, eventually my pattern of failing will stem into a pattern of success.

  • Laverne White says:

    Failing absolutely has lead to my success. It’s how I’ve learned, and most importantly grown. Learning and then readjusting, along with self-reflection helps me to do better the next time.

  • Dawn Johnson says:

    How does the saying go, “there is a blessing in every lesson…” . Failure provides an opportunity for you to make adjustments to your original plan. Failure can make you better …stronger… and lead to better results.

  • Coach Melita says:

    Love what I am reading ladies! Failure IS a part of SUCCESS! Embrace the lesson and find the blessing!

  • Stephanie Grady says:

    Because you have a setback, all is not lost. Tomorrow is a new day try again and again

  • Donna Winger says:

    The word”fail” is not in my vocabulary. It just means to improve and do better next time. We can do it!!

  • Samecia-Muriel says:

    I’m not failing I’m just researching ways that don’t work so I can get closer to ways that do work. Remixing the words of my good friend TI- Aye! When you fall down you got to get back up, I’m just a human y’all
    Push the dirt off your jersey then go for the cup,
    Or the trophy, or the ring, champion no matter what! I’m ever only one step, one moment, one decision, one meal away from turning things around and getting back on the right track.

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