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Didn't Realize How Lost I'd be..........

Sunday, January 29, 2012

without my computer!!!!!!

I had been having problems with my computer for about a month now and last Thursday it finally refused to continue working without

I took it in and got it back today after having the hard drive replaced.

Over the last few days without my computer I couldn't access my bank, my financial spreadsheet I use to track and pay my bills, facebook (heaven forbid) and my email. I also could not log into Sparkspeople and track my nutrition, water intake or fitness or receive messages, read blogs or be a part of the Sparks was a painful few days.

On a good note, there were no bills needing to be paid, and I found out I wouldn't die without facebook....but seriously, you will be happy to hear I tracked my nutrition and fitness on a good ol' pad of paper and I didn't use it as an excuse not to stay focused on what was important.

I am glad to be back on-line and back to contributing to my blog and reading the message boards and other blogs.

I missed you!!!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
SARAHTAIT 2/1/2012 10:54AM

    I know how you feel.....without my computer I am a mess. It seems we don't realize how much we use it when it is going smoothly. I have replaced my computer so many times I finally bought a MacBook Air and LOVE IT!! Hopefully it will last and last!

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DAISY443 1/30/2012 10:02AM

    I almost find it frightening how dependent I am on my computer. In addition to the things you mentioned, the computer is the main way I stay in contact with my family and friends.

Glad your computer is feeling better now! emoticon

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BLUE42DOWN 1/30/2012 3:50AM

    emoticon back.

Well done keeping nutrition and activity in mind even without the tracking tools of SparkPeople immediately available!

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