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ZIESKEJ
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New to SparkPeople

Tuesday, January 08, 2013

Well, I am new to Spark People. I am trying to figure out what I am doing....Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.

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  • v ZIESKEJ
    THANK YOU! Thank you to Everyone for your support! I had no idea I could get this much support. I have explored the website a little bit on my own.

    Do any of you have the app that you can get for your phone? I am trying to decide if I should pay the $3.99 for it...
    1260 days ago
  • v COLT2008
    emoticon one way to learn more about the tools and which works best for you is to view your spark points details. It lists tools for daily use, links to surveys, trackers, videos, etc... Message me if you have any questions
    1261 days ago
  • v KASEYCOFF
    If you go to your Start page, there's a button in the orange toolbar at the top that says "How to Use This Site." It has a page for Getting Started... a link to Site Videos... and a section of FAQs. It's a good place to start exploring, IMHO!
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    1262 days ago
  • v XANADUREALM
    Welcome!
    1262 days ago
  • v GETSTRONGRRR
    Welcome!

    Explore the website....there are tons of tools and articles at your disposal.

    Start by setting some goals for your desired weight. Then start tracking what you eat, trying to stay within the limits of what the tracker tells you.

    Drink plenty of water....log that too

    start exercising.....even if it's as simple as a 10 minute walk.....log that too

    repeat this cycle day after day.

    enjoy the ride.....there's tons of support to be had here!
    1262 days ago
  • v KAYLADIANE08
    Welcome to SparkPeople. If you need any advice feel free to message me.
    1262 days ago
  • v ZIGGY122
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    1262 days ago
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