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"The Spark"

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

So I checked The Spark out from the library (after waiting for many many others to read it). Because I borrowed it from the library knowing it would be due for others to read, I came across a part where I thought "oh maybe I'll just skip that part, I already know that stuff"... NO I DON'T! I happened to just continue reading and it is so hard to put down! I'm so glad I continued reading instead of skipping! It is awesome and loaded with so much! Each and every page has something I read and think WOW! It is a MUST READ!

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KAT7457 11/6/2010 5:49PM

    sparks book is very interesting and I love it. A friend bought it for me from the team and she didnt have to do it but i appreciated it very much.God Bless her. enjoy reading it. emoticon

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SKINNYPOWELL1 5/26/2010 8:48AM

    It's a fantastic book like no other. I puts people into action - getting SPARKED is the best part. Hope you are feeling the SPARK.
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JLEMUS1 5/25/2010 12:02PM

    Yep that's why I ended up buying it... I didn't know the library had it.. but I'm not sure if it will have the code to enter that your reading it, that gets you points and as you go each chapter gives you points and chalenges.. it's an awesome book.. have fun reading...

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My only hope?

Monday, October 19, 2009

I am so tired of falling off the wagon. Iíve got the exercise down, itís routine. =o) But food?! I canít help but love it! =o( I hear people say if you want it, you can do itÖI want to do it just as much as anybody else and realize Iím the only one that can make it happen with the exception of your support (Thank you)! Whatís my problem? Today I started a new eating plan that includes some foods some may consider forbidden, but in moderation and within my calorie range. We all know what happens when we deprive ourselves of things we love. Perhaps this is the key? Well, here goesÖ

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SPUNK3 10/20/2009 12:22AM

    emoticon I think that everyone's wagon has a loose board here or there. All any of us can do is nail it back on and climb back in. emoticon Good luck & keep counting but don't be so hard on yourself. In the sales world, you must expect a certain percentage of 'no's' to every one 'yes'. Just consider the last attempt one 'no' closer to finding your 'yes'. emoticon

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SKINNYPOWELL1 10/19/2009 2:41PM

    Good luck, counting calories is the key to it all. Take time to plan meals and snacks, so temptation of forbidden things doesn't creep into your day.

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LYNNIE63 10/19/2009 1:56PM

Good for you on keeping up with all the exercising you are doing!! It does sound like you have a plan that doesnt leave you feeling deprived and that's a great thing. I wish you much success and determination to find a way that it will work out for you and that you will see the scale going in the right direction again. I know exactly where you are coming from!!! Best wishes! emoticon

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SPARK-KELLI 10/19/2009 1:23PM

    Sounds like you have a great plan! Good luck!

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GMACAMI 10/19/2009 1:18PM

    Congratulations on your first blog. Keep up the good work. The more you put into you program (blogging, huddling, tracking food and exercise minutes, posting on your team pages, earning spark points) the more you will get out of your program- besides weight loss, you will get emotional support, friends who understand exactly what you are going through, accountability, focus, dependability...and the list goes on...


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