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REBCCA SparkPoints: (295,988)
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12/25/12 10:05 P

I tracked for nine years and it was what I needed to get the understanding needed to not track and maintain. Definitely keep tracking if that is what works and or feels right for you.

Congratulation on making it to phase 3 and all your success. We are all individuals with different things that work for us. It works for me to know what I am doing to see what needs changing or tweaking.

"Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life's coming attractions."
Albert Einstein
DRAGONCHILDE SparkPoints: (58,536)
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12/25/12 9:40 P

Do what you think will work best for you! Some people do great with once a week, others prefer the accountability of every single day. Do what works for you!

Writer, mother, wife, and breadwinner. I love to run, but running doesn't love me, so I'm switching to my low-impact bike.

I'm not pregnant, just fat: My blog.
IVYLASS SparkPoints: (145,897)
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12/25/12 8:28 P

If you want to keep tracking, keep tracking. I've been maintaining for more than four years and I still try to track every day.

One stumble does not a failure make.

Everything in moderation.
OJ_2_OK SparkPoints: (20,167)
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12/25/12 7:53 P

I'm moving into phase 3 of making this a "lifestyle" change. It says to track once a week instead of every day. I'm not sure how confident I feel about this. I think the majority of my success comes from tracking. What do you guys think about this?

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