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    JLCONROD   11,135
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My Spark Streaks don't reflect my Activity

Saturday, March 15, 2014

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Some of my Spark Streaks do not accurately reflect my SparkPeople activity. This is especially true for my Login Spark Point spins.

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I can use all Spark People features when I log in with my laptop, the preferred method.

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Away from home, whether travelling or running errands, I may just use the great SP Diet & Nutrition Tracker on my Android smartphone. Unfortunately, the Tracker doesn't have a Login Points feature, and while I can use the mobile browser to login in to my SparkPeople account, I still can't spin the wheel. In many areas away from home WiFi access may be insecure or unavailable.

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Result of mobile access days: Break in the Login SparkStreak -- and missed Spark Points.

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I reached a normal BMI and BDI, and have been in Maintenance Mode for months. Both my BMI and BDI are in the upper range for normal. The result of my February HbA1c for blood glucose control over a three month period is 6.5: perfect! The A1c is particularly satisfying with an over 43 history with Brittle Type 1 Diabetes.

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My new goal is to reach an even better weight of 150 pounds by my birthday in June, when I'll be 70! This goal weight will move my BMI and BDI to mid-range normal. If I meet that goal it's another small personal achievement. Even if this new goal is missed, I can be satisfied that I strived for the goal, but am still in normal range.

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Happy Saint Patrick's Day!

Slánte!

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CHRISTINEBWD 3/15/2014 11:30PM

    Wow good for you! All the best with the new goals too!
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MORTICIAADDAMS 3/15/2014 10:21PM

    Sounds like you are doing great!! Have a wonderful St. Patrick's day!

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JARBRITT 3/15/2014 9:17PM

    Happy saint Patrick day. Great goal, and great accomplishment.

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