Traditional books. I really love having a physical book. I think that e-books are unfortunately the direction things are going, but I hope real books never go away. E-books hurt my eyes and give me headaches after a while.
Kristin Goal Weight 11/30/14: 165 actual:
12/31/14: 160 actual:
"I am learning every day to allow the space between where I am and where I want to be to inspire me and not terrify me." - Tracee Ellis Ross
2/4/13 8:22 P
I love my books! Much cheaper to replace than a nook, and more user friendly.
I may not be there yet but I'm closer than I was yesterday.
I got tired of starting over and working back to where I was, so I have stopped giving up!
"What's so funny 'bout peace love and understanding." Elvis Costello
"A bear, however hard he tries, grows tubby without exercise." A.A. Milne
"I think I can. I think I can. I think I can." The Little Engine Who Could
2/4/13 7:17 P
Gosh, I haven't read a traditional book since last May... !
I am an e-book convert. So happy that my library has gotten on board, and is bringing in more and more material in "e" format.
Goal 1 - break 200 (46 pounds lost)**DONE** Goal 2 - leave obesity behind (BMI 29.9, at 185#) **DONE** Goal 3 - BMI = Normal (154# or less)
Fitness Minutes: (37,661)
377 2/4/13 6:59 P
It's a new dawn.... It's a new day.... It's a new life for me... And I'm feeling good...
I will be overweight for a little bit longer ...but starting TODAY, I will be a little less overweight than I was yesterday! (Borrowed from another Sparkfriend)
2/4/13 6:46 P
I read both. There is nothing like holding a book in your hands, manually turning the pages.
Fitness Minutes: (8,497)
2/4/13 5:39 P
ebooks!! I share with my friends, so they are not too costly. With the Nook app on my phone, I get an hour of reading time while on the treadmill - exercise AND reading a good book at the same time, what could be better?? Good for the body and the mind
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2,241 2/4/13 3:08 P
Reading ebooks of any kind on any screen gives me a wicked headache....so I stick with regular paperbacks. Plus I can trade paperbacks for FREE...so it's a lot cheaper to fuel my reading addiction with regular books than with the oh-so-expensive kindle versions! :)
I like both. I have shelves and shelves of traditional books and will still get more in future. I read more e-books than traditional books these days though and there are major advantages to e-books if you read a lot.
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I've always loved traditional books, but ebooks are becoming friends now too, I can travel easier with them and carry a variety of them with me. I love to write in my books, though and that's easier on traditional books--seems more personal too.
My weight is day by day becoming more dependent upon Whose I am than on my circumstances and feelings.
Life here is a one-time deal. I want to live it well.
2/4/13 9:44 A
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Tell your heart that the fear of suffering is worse than the suffering itself. And that no heart has ever suffered when it goes in search of its dreams, because every second of the search is a second’s encounter with God and with eternity" -Paulo Coelho Alchemist
Fitness Minutes: (120)
2/4/13 9:09 A
I like both!
Weight loss is accomplished with the mind.
A person who wants something WILL find a way....a person who doesn't will find an excuse.
Which do you prefer? The pain of self discipline?....or...the pain of self regret?
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