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Old 12-12-2015, 02:04 AM   #1
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Default List of Plans?

I'd like to see a chronological list of all WW plans but I wonder if such a thing exists, since there have been so many if you include ones that were true changes in addition to the ones that were basically marketing/repackaging.

I did a plan in 1993-94 pre-points; I had success on it but all I remember is the phrase "optional calories". Anyone recall the name?

I am back doing Momentum (didn't try P+ long enough to know if it would be a good fit for me) as I have lost on Momentum in the past and am losing again.

Since I don't want to be buying new stuff at this time, I'm going with what has worked in the past rather than rejoining, buying a SmartPoints calculator, etc.

Happy Holidays, everybody, and best wishes for the New Year.
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Old 12-12-2015, 07:11 AM   #2
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there was the exchange plan. something freedom. i was a member when it went from exchanges to points. didn't like points at all. so quit. i have joined almost at every new plan, gave it a try if it didn't work i left. this one fits my lifestyle. i still probably won't stay after the 3 months i prepaid. the cost is my issue. i just started taking a medication that costs monthly what the meetings are. that's more important to me.
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Old 12-12-2015, 08:30 AM   #3
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Hi Chipper,

When it comes to cash, no doubt medications take priority. That's great you found a plan that's a good fit; probably by the time your 3-month membership is up you will know the plan well, and there are plenty of free forums available for discussion (including on the WW site).
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Old 12-13-2015, 07:23 AM   #4
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yes, i know most of the plans. i kept all the info. i am a hoarder like that. afraid i might need a piece of paper. there are times i go on the exchanges, or one of the many points.
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I remember a Quick start or a Fast start from the early seventies. Anyone remember that? It was terrific.
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Old 04-16-2016, 04:12 PM   #6
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I kind of recall that name (Quick Start) but I never did it so I don't remember what it entailed.

I did find info regarding 123 Success (just googling around) and I actually found one of those calculators that had never been used. It works great and sort of looks like a thermostat (ha).

123 is actually VERY similar to the Momentum plan, though it is an earlier version. Right now I'm not doing anything, but when I get going again I'll use either Success or Momentum.

I tried Points Plus so briefly I couldn't really say how it worked and the latest version seems so stringent I know I couldn't do it for the long haul, so I'm not even trying it.
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