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The 3dots - Fitness App! 
How many times have you set a goal for yourself only to find that within a few days or weeks you've all of a sudden found yourself faltering? Sometimes the hardest part of reaching your fitness and health goals is just finding a way to keep yourself accountable. When we are held accountable, our goals stay in the front of our minds instead of getting buried by other thoughts, responsibilities, and stresses. 
I've learned this the hard way by trial and error, trying different goals, methods to reach them, and varying levels of intensity. But- I've always been most successful when I have someone or something to interact with, give me new ideas, and keep me on track. 
This is why everyone who wants extra motivation, accountability, and fun loves the 3dots - Fitness app! 
So how does the app work? There are challenges to choose from each day related to healthy food, exercise, and mindset. Once you choose a challenge, you have 24 hours to complete it. 

For each challenge you complete, you earn dots, which can be "cashed in" for various healthy items such as workout plans. It's a completely free way to have endless new ideas to keep you on track.
Even before you earn enough dots to get workout plans and other items, the 3dots website, https://3dots.fitness/en/fitness/ has plenty of articles and tips to follow ❤️. 
 
Let me know when you download it so I can add you as a friend, and keep your eye out for the challenges I've written on there! (P.S.- my favorite part about the app is probably that the creator is vegan!! But it is an app that is well rounded for everyone!). 

Wishing you motivation, -The Wonder Vegan  
 

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