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Friday, January 11, 2013

Today's SparkCoach task is to post my meal plans for tomorrow. I'm hesitant to do this because I'm always annoyed by people who post to Facebook or Twitter things like, "making a grilled cheese" or "spaghetti for dinner!" Because, who cares? Unless you're LeBron James or Ben Affleck. Yeah, even then I don't care.

Alas, I'm going to be a good girl. Tonight I'm making fajitas for dinner -- without the tortilla, and I'm thinking about trying Greek yogurt instead of sour cream to top it. Tomorrow I have a birthday dinner for friends so I'm planning to eat light during the day so I can live it up a little at dinner.
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    WooHoo for thinking outside the box, trying new ways, being open to try suggestions to see whether they work in your journey to improved health!

    SparkCoach has been a great motivator for me. It helps me approach SP with accountability and a routine. I hope you find the same.

    Keep Sparking! You've been a good girl! And remember, even when you are a "bad girl" (it happens to all of us on this journey!), you have a choice the very next second to forgive yourself, learn the lesson offered, and point your feet in the right direction once again! You can do it, we can do it, we are SparkPeople!
    1379 days ago
    This is different that FB or Twitter because this is more than a social networking site. It's a tool for self-improvement and everyone here understands that. No one will be annoyed. In fact, reading other people's blogs helps us learn from each other.

    As for your food choices: they look pretty good. I love Greek yogurt and use it in my smoothies.

    Hope you enjoy dinner tonight and Happy Birthday to your friend!

    emoticon on writing your first blog!
    1379 days ago
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