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TBROBERG
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What is up with me?

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

I keep forgetting to log into SparkPeople and track my food and exercise. This could be very bad and cause me to slip into bad habits. I have been getting compliments on my weight loss and I want to keep going on the right track. Yes, I know I shouldn't be motivated by compliments but I'm a Leo and Leos love praise!

I will discipline myself to log in my nutrition, exercise and other goals on a regular basis.
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  • THE_SHAKESHAFT
    Don't miss out on all those points!!
    1253 days ago
  • ONTHEPATH2
    Log in!!!! I am trying to make myself accountable. If I don't log in daily, it won't be long until I don't log in at all. Been there, done that. If I don't track my food on paper or on the computer, I start forgetting what I ate. Slowly, .2 here, .4 there, the weight comes back, a little at a time - until it all comes back!

    I am trying to look at it differently- it's not only about logging in and tracking my food, its about connecting with others, encouraging others and building a network of friends so when I have one of those challenging days, I can get the support I need to help carry me through - or when I feel like quitting, I can get a kick in the butt to get me back on track!

    Stay on track, don't quit --- you will be glad you did!

    Congrats on your weight loss! Keep Sparking!!! emoticon
    1254 days ago
  • TBROBERG
    You're right WordWoman!! Thanks for the encouragement!
    1254 days ago
  • WORDWOMAN7
    Log in, Sister! Don't leave those points on the table!!!!!

    Seriously, though, it sounds like you're already doing the work and losing the weight. You might as well get credit for it. emoticon
    1254 days ago
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