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The trick is not to think too much. be concious about what you are doing and what you are eating just don't meditate too much on the actual activity of doing it. The longer you think about it the more likely you are to talk yourself out of it.

That said you will probably find few things up here about me. The more thought i put into my spark page the less well i seem to do. sounds mad but that's true.

23/07/10 - Biggest Lesson of the lot: Go with your gut instinct, if ...
The trick is not to think too much. be concious about what you are doing and what you are eating just don't meditate too much on the actual activity of doing it. The longer you think about it the more likely you are to talk yourself out of it.

That said you will probably find few things up here about me. The more thought i put into my spark page the less well i seem to do. sounds mad but that's true.

23/07/10 - Biggest Lesson of the lot: Go with your gut instinct, if you think somthing is standing in your way, remove the obstical :D
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Member Since: 4/20/2008

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My Goals:
Long Term:
- To learn how to live a healthy lifestyle.
- To drop 4 Dress sizes so I can go to london and buy a pretty dress in Camden.
- To keep the weight off once I reach my goal.

Short Term:
Weight Mini Goal(s):
10% #1 (approx 14lbs) -

Fitness Mini Goal(s):
Step min 20min x5 week + 3x strength for 3 weeks -

My Program:
- Do 20 minutes or Reboc Step as often as possible (least once a week)
- Relax and don't get so wound up about it.
- Enjoy Life!


Personal Information:
Gender: Female
Location: UK
Age: 26
Hobbies: reading, computer graphics, animation, art Gaming (a lot of things that involve sitting still)
Work: Data entry monkey sitting behind a computer in an office.


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Quote(s) of the day:
"you are not allowed to re-boot the dog!"
"I am not re-enacting Normandy in my kitchen with you Myles"
"Don't cause paradoxes in this house!"
"if he doesn't win i'll physically insert �1000 in his face"


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ANGELAK85
1/21/2009 3:58:36 PM

Hey. When are you going to get some pictures of you up here lol



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JENI0508
12/29/2008 10:29:37 PM

See you are looking for a buddy on the message forum, I am pretty new here but looking for someone to help keep me on track and be accountable to. let me know if you are interested.



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CRICKETRO
5/14/2008 3:12:46 PM

well it's starting to be a bit annoying but by asking a question there i got my current job. and no, i wasn't asking abt a job lol I asked where i could post my Budapest articles :) and i got asked to write some samples and i got hired as freelancer then full time writer. I used to be member of getafreelancer.com but the payment is LOUSY! the projects suck, although you do build a network and experience. I'd say to sing up on LinkedIn and ask a question abt freelancing sites and see what ppl recommend. it's better to hear from others like you. Leave me a SparkMail if you want to talk more abt it ;)

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CRICKETRO
5/12/2008 3:07:39 PM

it's actually really easy. just sign up wt a free freelancing website and start posting offers for projects. it's lousy pay in the beginning but as you build a network it will get better. are you on Linkedin? [it's a professional network]



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CRICKETRO
5/12/2008 2:57:37 PM

my employer found out that i have double qualification in the area I work after they employed me lol the skills were more important than the papers [although i do have both experience in tourism business and a masters in the same area]. Ever tried to freelance?[ i used to freelance for 2.5 yrs b4 i started to work full time].



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