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Member Since: 6/9/2007

SparkPoints: 9,607

Fitness Minutes: 12,243

My Goals:
Bring more intention to my attempts at a healthy lifestyle



My Program:
I'm fairly new to a vegetarian lifestyle, but find that it's a good fit with my goals. I'm doing cardio (walking) 3 days a week and strength training recommended by Spark 3 days a week. Recording my meals is the biggest help to me right now.

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Denver, Colorado.



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I'm fortunate to have been born in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains, and to have friends visit and remind me to appreciate the gift outside my window. I live with my daughter and "grand-dog", who keep my life interesting and busy! I now have adopted an australian cattle dog who REALLY thinks I need to step up my activity level!

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3/17/2010 9:10:38 PM

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DYCARPENTER
7/31/2008 12:01:49 PM

Welcome to the Herding Dogs Team. I love your picture , reminds me of Gabe and to some degree, Lady. They both love to stop and smell the roses when they can. emoticon



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FIREFLYJD
7/16/2008 2:13:29 PM

Cute puppy! Welcome to the Herding Group!



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AUSSIEMOMMY
7/16/2008 8:38:33 AM

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Welcome to Our Herding Dogs team! It's a great group!

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THEALEXIS
4/30/2008 7:32:34 PM

I agree with your comment about people feeling like they have to buy something just because low-cal or low-fat is written on the package. Those words are so overrated! I wish more people paid attention to what they were actually consuming when they consume those things. For instance, I know the price I pay for liking non-fat milk over the rest of the varieties of milk is that it has more sodium in it (as all low-fat or non-fat items do over the regular version). I check the ingredients on everything. Another example is mayo. I checked the cals of a low-fat mayo against the regular mayo & found the differences weren't significant enough for me to switch. A lot of things are like that....what's really the point of getting the low-fat or low-cal version? Less than what most people think.

I didn't even know there was a team on here for those of us that see the light, I'm very glad I came to your page! :-)

Comment edited on: 4/30/2008 7:33:32 PM

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