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#SparkTheSeason Consistency Challenge

Friday, November 22, 2013

Have you read this blog idea? I think it's a good one not to miss. December is often the hardest month to stay on track...
Here's the link to the blog: www.sparkpeople.com/blog

I don't see why the photo challenge couldn't be posted in blogs instead of instagram (in case you don't use it) That could be fun. I don't use other social media to talk about my weight loss, tho... I do that only here on SparkPeople where everyone understands and doesn't judge. :)

I attempted the #Fit2Feast challenge for November and failed miserably... so maybe in this December one I'll do better.

I challenge myself to keep several things consistent in December:
drinking 64+ ozs of water again
exercising at least 10 minutes again
eating mostly raw fruits and veggies again
journaling again
and to blog about it (that will probably get boring for others, but it just might help me stay consistent in everything else.)

all these say "again" because I had been doing those things prior to October... then it all just fizzled, everything went downhill, my mood, my consistency, my "want to", everything.... except my weight, which has climbed... I have been in a funk for nearly 2 months now... it's time to pull myself out of it instead of just waiting for it to leave... cause so far, I'm as "funky" as I've ever been LOL! (I gotta laugh.)

I'm still hoping to get under 200 by January 1st.... it will happen if I stick to consistency in December.

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    I hear you I have been in the same funk who knew it was contagious LOL. But I know we can do this.
    1571 days ago
    Thanks for sharing! I think I will try this challenge...
    But mostly I am trying to stay on track to actually LOSE in December instead of gaining (or staying the same!!)
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    1577 days ago
    I read it after you posted and I think it's a great idea. I think it said that you could put the pics in a blog if you don't use instagram. Even if I used instagram, which I don't, I would NOT post my pics up there on instagram or facebook or anywhere else but here. I like this idea and blogging every day. I don't think I'd have the time but I might try it. I don't quite understand the photo a day challenge though with the themes. Maybe it's from a lack of sleep. emoticon emoticon

    I hope this gets you out of your funk! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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    1578 days ago
    I saw this too! ♥ the idea....I use InstaGram but I'll post my InstaPix here too.

    I subscribed to your blog as well so now you have an audience - plus it'll remind me to post my #SparkTheSeason pix.

    I did the #Fit2Feast challenge and while I didn't move 10 mins everyday - I did pretty good. I'm sure you did better than you thought you did!

    Keep up the good work and I'm looking forward to seeing your InstaSparkPix
    1579 days ago
  • MAGA99
    1579 days ago
    It's a great challenge! I started it last week and I love it!

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    1579 days ago
    great goals . . you CAN do it.

    I'm subscribing so I can get every one of your blogs because you will inspire me. I want to keep up with you!!!!!

    We can do this!!!
    1579 days ago
    I don't really do Instagram, even though I have an account, so good idea about posting the picture in a blog posting. I also really need something to get me started back up. emoticon
    1581 days ago
    I'm not liking the focus on Instagram and Pinterest challenges Spark has been focusing on lately, but I like the idea behind the latest picture one. Good luck!
    1581 days ago
    You can do it!
    1581 days ago
    1581 days ago
    I dont understand the challenge. I have been looking for something to keep me on track for December. Find your funk fixer!!


    1582 days ago
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