If you knew you were going to meet the love of your life next weekend, what would you do until then?
Go on a retreat and decide whether I'd really want to meet him. If I decide yes, then I'd exercise to shed some fats.
I'd get on the treadmill, get a haircut, and generally try to make myself look presentable. BONUS: I'd buy two tickets to New Orleans/Paris/Italy/London so that our first weekend would be the most memorable of our lives.
Diet, eat well, get some sun - if I could find it. A week is not much time, I wonder if he'd give me an extension!
I would eat lots of fruit and cleansing foods - this will make your skin look fresh and radiant, and you won't feel fat or bloated regardless of whether you made it to the gym that week.
Then, I would think of nice things to do, fun things, but also quiet things - sitting on the beach with a bottle of wine listening to the waves at the end of the day is a great way to get to know someone.
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