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Thursday, January 08, 2009

emoticon Hi Kelly
Yes, there is some effort required to move about the various links (boy would my deceased 109 yr old grandma raise her eyebrows at that statement!) and I must enter the items I eat, exercises/cardio I achieve daily. However, despite my busy life this seems to working well to motivate, direct and appropriately inform me of my progress. Goodness, I almost sound like a commercial for SparkPeople, don't I? I assure you that I'm a regular person that is focused on making a healthier lifestyle a way of life.

By journaling my food/fitness, I am more accountable to myself and aware of what I'm doing. I also think twice before I put something in my mouth or skip an exercise. I know I'll have to write it down later. I'm also sharing the info with two sisters ;-}. Because I do teach nutrition, I appreciate the sound nutritional information that I find on this website. I actually pass a lot of it on to my students, when applicable. I refer others (family, friends, colleagues) to the website because it does have something for everyone and it is free. This site is actually committed to assisting us in achieving an improved quality of life. How often does that happen in today's time?

By the way, your scripture lifted my heart. I'll go to your webpage shortly. But for now, I have a student assignment to prepare.

Good luck,

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