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MRE1956 Posts: 9,360
11/29/11 5:27 A

Welcome to SP and best wishes!

BYEPOUNDS Posts: 7,204
11/29/11 2:23 A


RORYLYONS Posts: 18,193
11/29/11 1:01 A

Hello & emoticon back to spark, where you will find all the support you need. I for one am on that path to eat healthier & exercise daily. I wish you the best of luck on your journey.. emoticon emoticon

LKEITHO SparkPoints: (536,505)
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Posts: 23,020
11/28/11 9:00 P

Welcome back to SparkPeople! You'll find lots of support, information and inspiration here. All the best on achieving your goals!

CORINNEMOMMY SparkPoints: (61)
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Posts: 2,839
11/28/11 7:51 A


RG_DFW SparkPoints: (145,817)
Fitness Minutes: (66,144)
Posts: 9,872
11/28/11 7:14 A

emoticon We're glad you're here.

Use the site daily and be consistent with your food tracking and exercise. Read the articles for information. Read member blogs for motivation and encouragement.

This is a fabulous site and if you rely on it daily and remain consistent with your program, you will achieve your goals.

Good luck!

SHREKWARD SparkPoints: (114,476)
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Posts: 10,273
11/28/11 1:07 A

Hi and welcome back to Sparkpeople!

CAMMIECAT Posts: 627
11/28/11 12:37 A

Hi everyone. My name is Anna and I've been on SP for a while. I joined several years ago and left for a couple of years. I lost my spark. Now I'm back and I'm starting all over again right from the very beginning with the fast break goals. I had forgotten a lot about SP so I'm glad to start over. I've ordered my copy of The Spark through Amazon and am awaiting it's arrival. Can't wait to get into that. Ordered some Zumba DVDs at the same time. Hoping that will get me into a little exercise over the winter months. It will go along nicely with my Taekwondo instruction. I have a club here in our little northeast Iowa town that I run. It's only once a week though so I need something to round out the rest of the exercise week. Right now I am taking baby steps and learning to drink my water and exercise 10 minutes a day. Once I get those two things down, then I can move on. It takes about 200 repetitions to make an action a habit. I'm in this for the long haul.

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