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I feel so cheap...

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

I started blogging partly due to getting 1 point every day I blog. Ok, that made me feel cheap.

But today I joined FaceBook for another daily point!

emoticon Where does it end?? Will I do anything for a spark point?

Heheheheh, just wanted to share this thought and chuckle I had today when I joined FaceBook.

I know I love SparkPeople - I must if I am willing to do anything for a spark point.

Love you guys!
Linda emoticon

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
_VALEO_ 4/18/2009 6:48AM

    hehe if only Sparkpoints could be turned into $$....

I have never liked Facebook for some reasons -I resigned months ago as I didn't use it. I am already behind with my friends on Spark (see how many of your blogs I missed!), I am not a multiple site user, I must say.

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DINA:-) 4/15/2009 8:09PM

    it's like saving change- it all adds up!

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HPLANDER 4/15/2009 9:23AM

    It is funny what we'll do to get another point or two.

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KAREN-1328 4/15/2009 1:01AM

    CRAZY ISN'T IT !!!

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CAROL_ 4/14/2009 11:58PM

    I used to be a point addict but now don't have the time. I'm definitely not joining Facebook, and, I don't update on my status on my SPage.

What do you like so far about Facebook? Is it worth the time?

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MEADSBAY 4/14/2009 8:16PM

    I, too, am a sparkpoints addict. emoticon
I aim for 100 every day- impossible on days I don't work out (like today). emoticon
I am on facebook but would not want my weight posted there so will not link up.

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VICKI-BISHOP-56 4/14/2009 6:25PM

  I haven't joined facebook yet and probably won't.

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JENIFIREHARP 4/14/2009 6:15PM

    I love points but I haven't really gotten into facebook enough to share my status there.

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SQUIRRELLYMOM 4/14/2009 5:39PM

    I love FaceBook but I decided not to share my weight with them. I started blogging to get the extra point too!!


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MARTY19 4/14/2009 4:53PM

    I am on facebook but I don't want to advertise my weight on it. LOL


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MSMAKEOVER 4/14/2009 4:30PM

    LOL you are not alone....
I emoticon Sparkpoints...

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JERSEYGIRL24 4/14/2009 3:52PM


I sort of feel the same way. I joined Facebook a few months ago, but I just haven't gotten into it the way many others have.

I am also addicted to Spark Points, but I have to confess that I have been turned off by some people who give themselves credit for doing things that I am pretty sure they don't. Two things I refuse to do are post constantly in the game room just to rack up points (though I do post there sometimes) and also give myself credit for cardio and exercise that I haven't done. I think that defeats the purpose. I've gotten somewhat less competitive with Spark Points as I've come to realize that I will never be at the top of the list. I still like to use them for Spark Goodies, though, and I also don't want my ranking to fall too low.

It's not to say that I don't sometimes give myself the benefit of the doubt on certain things LOL.

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NEWAPPROACH 4/14/2009 3:25PM

    emoticon you're certainly not alone...I think we're all addicted to those little points. They're just so darn motivating emoticon ! And the rewards are cool, too emoticon . Thanks for sharing.

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ONMYWAYTOGOAL 4/14/2009 3:12PM

    I'm addicted to the points too!!! LOL emoticon

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MSLZZY 4/14/2009 2:56PM

    I know the feeling-but it feels good to get points as a reward! Any motivation is better than none at all. emoticon

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