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SP_COACH_DENISE Posts: 31,655
6/27/13 10:29 A

Welcome back!

I think one of the keys for that is to make changes to your lifestyle that you can maintain over your lifetime. Rather than looking at it as something that is temporary, like a diet, making lifelong habits will help. I also find that using SparkStreaks to track my progress with my goals helps keep me consistent with those habits.

To help you get started again, I would recommend trying at least one of the tips in this article: www.sparkpeople.com/resource/motivation_ar
ticles.asp?id=1062
.

To help keep you from getting overwhelmed with everything, try focusing on at least 1, but no more than 3 goals for a week. They can be something as simple as tracking your food, drinking 8 cups of water each day, etc. Choose what works best for you, but you don't have to do it all at once, nor do you need to be perfect.

You CAN do this!!

Coach Denise



MYBOYHOWIE Posts: 2
6/26/13 11:05 P

feeling a little overwhelmed when i came across this great site called SparkPeople. i could use some motivation right now. what i didn't realize was that i had signed up three years ago and never followed through. how do you keep up the enthusiasm?

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