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Still trying to keep on the Wagon


Sunday, November 11, 2012

Ever since my dad passed I've struggled with staying on the wagon. Told someone the other day I felt like I was on the tailgate, just barely hanging on.

But so far I did better with working out last week. I'm determined to do better this week.

The other thing I'm challenged with is Sparkpoints, OKAY I KNOW they can be silly but I was also doing better with all health things when I was determined to get at least 100 points aday. SO I'm about 6 shy right now so I decided to write a blog to give me a few more points.

If you haven't tried to challenge yourself with your fitness minutes or your Spark points try it out. One of my Spark teams also has had a challenge to see if you can get one place higher in your team standings. You can find them on the team pages on the right hand side. Or if you aren't on e team then just challenge yourself to get the next higher fitness trophy or just more minutes. And the same with points.
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KDBASK 11/16/2012 2:48PM

  You are doing great to be getting that many points in a day! Keep up the good work.

I have tracked 2 meals, logged in, exercised, spun the wheel twice, and even posted a couple of times and I have all of 32! I don't think I will make it today anyway!

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SEBASTIANALADY 11/14/2012 9:36AM

  I'm right there with you on that tailgate. And I agree that as silly as some of the SP points are, if I'm getting 100 per day, it usually repesents time working out and a dilligent effort to record my food. Both are essential to staying on top of my health.

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JEANINNEWCASTLE 11/13/2012 1:12AM

  Zoorho, I know it has been tough. I'm proud of you though for hanging on to that tailgate. emoticon

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MSGO72 11/11/2012 9:14PM

  Condolences to you and your family. Stay strong! emoticon

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ZRIE014 11/11/2012 8:26PM

  sorry to hear about your father. you should set a daily goal and say that you are doing it for your father. that way you will feel that your father is helping you to reach your goals. emoticon

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