This is what I posted in a blog I have:
Starting a 14 day challenge, which I more colorfully described in the blog.
ANYONE IS WELCOME TO JOIN THIS THREAD AND DECLARE THEIR OWN CHALLENGE AS LONG AS IT IS 14 DAYS LOL.
I am using the setting up of this challenge as my finishment of the 21 day one as I don't want to wait until Tuesday and I am on Day 1 of 14.
Here is what I put in my blog:
Tess of the Hinterlands did this mornin' reach the rank of completer of the 21 day challenge, even though the 21st day just dawned a few days ago. She declared a successful challenge when she decided to do another version of the 21 Day Challenge Sane Eating and Fitness Initiative With a Goal to Lose more wee extra pounds.
She decided a 14 day time frame for a challenge would work better for her and when she asked some Hinterland elders (elder than her) if there was a 14 Day Challenge Sect around the Hinterlands anywhere, they said to jog on over to the east side of Challenge Town as there was a neighborhood there where folks were fond o' doing 14 day challenges.
So anyhoo, Tess did go on over and she did make some friends at the local 14 day challenge pub and did eventually sign on for her challenge and take a room at the inn.
Tess' challenge is thus:
WHEREAS it would be good to eat a sane amount of calories with the goal to lose a few extra pounds and to feel better and eliminate some calories that do not need to be eaten, Tess has declared that for 14 days, this being Day 1, she will aim for a calorie count no higher than 1900.
WHEREAS the true goal of Tess is to keep the calorie count even lower than that but not too low, she states that the 1900 is the high end and she will aim at a weekly average that is lower but is under no obligation to do so under the terms of this challenge contract.
WHEREAS those in the Hinterland are sometimes subject to eating more than planned, Tess states that she wishes to have one day per each seven (e.g., once a week) where she eats as high as she wishes, but she is under no obligation to do so, and that is legal under the terms of this challenge contract.
WHEREAS if a glitch occurs in the plan and there are more than one higher than 1900 days per week, Tess will NOT restart the count, she will just call it a glitch in the system and vow that if she tried hard, it was a legal day under the terms of this contract and she will continue the count to 14 days.