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Learning from Sparkfriends

Tuesday, July 09, 2013

It has been a little over a month since my last blog. I knew when I returned to active status on Sparkpeople that my health and well being would improve. What I did not realize is how much I learn everyday from my spark friends.

I love the concept and result that I get from sparkpeople and it is the "people" fellow sparkers who I learn the most from. Things I've learned... well a few of them.

1. We all have bad days.
2. Unfortunate things happen to very good people.
3. Sometimes we all need a friend.
4. Others have experienced what we may currently be experiencing.
5. With a little effort we can help a friend in need.
6. The best way to forget about our own problems is to life another person up.
7. No matter how busy we may be, we all have time to speak (or write) a kind word to a friend.

Hope I continue to learn more about myself while progressing toward a healthier lifestyle.


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
IMTCDZ 9/15/2013 1:38AM

  I know this is an older blog post but since I just read it today I wanted to comment. I tried to post something similar today but for some reason when I hit post it just didn't. I love reading others blogs for the same reasons you listed above. I know I learn a lot from other spark people too. Nice to know even though I'm the only one that can change me that I'm not alone on the journey. I noticed you're active on Team 300lbs Plus. It seems to be a nice team....I've enjoyed lurking. :-) I wish you MUCH success!!!

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MENEFF 7/10/2013 10:06AM

    love those lessons! all good and meaning full for everybody!!!

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PINKYYSUEE 7/10/2013 12:30AM

    Very good lessons!

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JOANNEO5 7/9/2013 11:24PM

    Good luck to you!

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