The $100 Question: Have You Accomplished The Impossible? Tell Roni From Roni's Weigh For A Chance To Win!

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Welcome to The $100 Question, where fellow BlogHers are asking questions ... and every answer could be worth one hundred dollars!
$100 Question Roni's Weigh and Green Lite Bites
Let's meet today's host: Roni from Roni's Weigh and GreenLiteBites

Roni started blogging in 2005 as a way to help her stay accountable on her personal weight-loss journey. Five years and 70lbs later, her mission is simple: inspire and share her ideas to live a lighter, healthier life. She does this through her blogs Roni's Weigh and GreenLiteBites. Recognizing the power of blogging, she also started a supportive online community called BlogToLose where, today, more than 3,500 individuals are blogging their way to a healthier lifestyle. Forming her company, SkinnyMinnyMedia, in 2008 helped her manage the business side of blogging. SkinnyMinnyMedia launched the first ever conference for fitness blogger's in 2010, called FitBloggin'. Roni has gained notoriety by being quoted and published in many publications including: Women’s World, Women's Day, Wired, The Baltimore Sun, and CNN.

Roni's photo courtesy Roni's Weigh and GreenLiteBites

Ready to play? Here is The $100 Question for Friday, June 25:

What have you accomplished that at one time thought was impossible?

How to play: Tell Roni your answer to her question in the comments below by 5 p.m. Monday, June 28 to be eligible to win. We'll enter all the comments into a randomizer and choose one lucky commenter to win. Comment as many times as you want. Click here to read the official rules. Good luck!

Want more chances to win?

Please join us tomorrow for Monday's question, asked by Dwana from Happier, Healthier You for another chance to win.

You can check out the full list of bloggers and questions in the The $100 Question archive.

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