PINKHOPE's SparkPeople Blog PINKHOPE's Blog on SparkPeople, home of free diet plans and a healthy living community A look in the mirror - Tales from 100# Down If you are on one of my teams you saw this post already today but I felt it was worth sharing with you: <BR> <BR> A Look in the Mirror <BR> <BR> I am going to share with you from "real experiences" (some mine, some previous team members). If you see yourself in any of these stories it wasn't because I am talking about YOU but only that you have fallen into the same detours as many before you. "I" have been in many of these detours myself so can speak with authenticity about them. The names ... Tue, 3 Jun 2014 09:14:55 EST Taking a lesson from our grandmothers. Tales from 100# Down As many of you know I have recently given up city life for country life. BIG change from the 'burbs of Chicago to the rural countryside of the mid-south but other than VERY slow internet it's all been good. I've been able to get my weight loss going again (I had been on a long plateau after a holiday uptick of about 6 pounds) and the surprising thing is that I don't have ONE piece of my gym equipment here nor the plethora of diet foods available in the Chicago market. So what's the differ... Tue, 13 May 2014 13:05:27 EST Finding a silver lining. Tales From 100# Down A week ago Sunday night I was sick... not the sniffly cold kind of sick. I'm talking SICK. I won't go into the nasty details here but suffice it to say I ended up at the hospital and it's taken nearly a week to get back on my feet. <BR> <BR> Now the good thing that happened... I dropped a bunch of weight. Granted, not the best way BUT while I was so sick I thought about a lot of my food choices over the past weeks. That timely review showed me just how far from the plumb line of health... Tue, 6 May 2014 15:11:41 EST How to handle CHANGE - Tales from 100# Down I want to talk to you today about CHANGE. I've had a MAJOR change in my life (moving to a new state) and it got me to thinking about how we handle "change". Often we allow change to upset our routine to the point that it CAN be detrimental to our journey to Health & Fitness. It might be something as small as a co-worker calling in sick leaving us with more duties for the day or it may be something large like a parent being hospitalized. <BR> <BR> Here is the thing. Life happens. There... Wed, 16 Apr 2014 08:36:59 EST Moving Moments - Tales from 100# Down We moved into our country farmhouse this past week and what a job that was. The house had sat vacant for 6 months and cleaning has been priority one. I'm so tired of cleaning but things are looking up. <BR> <BR> I will admit that food choices at times have been "what's available" but my exercise is off the charts which has compensated nicely. Only the most basic produce is available in our little IGA but there is a Wal-Mart and Kroger 30 minutes away. I will just have to plan better a... Mon, 7 Apr 2014 20:44:04 EST Adjust and Adapt - Tales From 100# Down Sometimes the unexpected puts an obstacle in our path. It might be illness, car trouble, family crisis, or just something as simple as forgetting your gym bag. You can throw up your hands and give up or you can think on your feet and adjust. Now I'm not saying that if you are sick as a dog throwing up that you should get up and run 3 miles. What I AM saying is that if you can still adapt to this situation. Laying in the bed you can make a healthy grocery list for when you are feeling bet... Thu, 27 Mar 2014 21:50:56 EST Taming Tuesday - Tales From 100# Down I've got a busy schedule today and one that without planning and effort would easily find me skipping exercise and eating mindlessly. When life gets busy it is easy to fall into the trap of eating "fast" whether at home or away. Exercise often gets put off until the end of the day and then the bed calls it's siren song. <BR> <BR> I'm NOT going to let today get away from me so here is my advance planning! <BR> <BR> Track every single bite of food. - I say this over and over but it works. ... Tue, 25 Mar 2014 09:39:13 EST Still trying to get your This is your last chance to participate in Beyond the Scale - 2Q, a team based 10 week challenge to help you make progress to "Health & Fitness". There are still a few spots open but you must register by FRIDAY! <BR> <BR> <BR> <link><BR>roups_individual.asp?gid=62659 </link> <BR> <BR> <BR> The challenge runs from April 7 - June 16th. <BR> <BR> ------------------------------------- <BR> <BR> My personal goal for the 2nd Quarter is to ramp up my f... Mon, 24 Mar 2014 23:01:22 EST How NOT to blow a weekend - Tales from 100# Down Weekends can be the undoing of good effort Monday through Friday. It's easy to get into that "reward" mentality. You know what I'm speaking of. You think to yourself, "I've been SO good all week with eating right and exercising that I "deserve" to enjoy my weekend. <BR> <BR> Now before you think I'm going to say weekends can't be any fun - stay with me here. <BR> <BR> There is a big difference between a slower pace FORWARD in the journey and going BACKWARDS. We all want to enjoy our... Sat, 22 Mar 2014 09:52:13 EST BTS - Recap - Tales From 100# Down I just finished the first quarter of BTS (10 weeks) and am in the three week interim before the 2nd Quarter begins April 7th. It's a good time for review. <BR> <BR> My Successes: <BR> <BR> 1) Daily connectivity to sparkpeople/team. <BR> <BR> 2) Many days when I would normally have "blown off" fitness I pressed on because of a team challenge. <BR> <BR> 3) When I stumbled I got up more quickly due to the encouragement and example of fellow team members. <BR> <BR> 4) I tried several new, ... Tue, 18 Mar 2014 15:31:34 EST That feeling of progress - Tales from 100# Down What a difference a day makes. Yesterday morning I got up and started the day with a plan and determination. What was the result? <BR> <BR> 1) I tracked all my food. <BR> <BR> 2) WHICH means I stayed in range (funny how that works - grin). <BR> <BR> 3) I got my cardio <BR> <BR> 4) I read a motivating article about another big loser and her changes in diet. <BR> <BR> 5) I kept getting out of my chair (laundry, cleaning, playing with the dogs etc.) <BR> <BR> 6) I stayed connected to SP ... Thu, 13 Mar 2014 11:23:51 EST It's TIME! Tales from 100# Down I promised to tell you the MINUTE registration was open and it's TIME! <BR> <BR> <link><BR>ndividual.asp?gid=62659 </link> <BR> <BR> This link is to the REGISTRATION team for BEYOND THE SCALE - 2nd Quarter which kicks off April 7th. This ten week challenge will take you to the start of shorts and swimming suit weather. NOW is the time to take advantage of what the challenge offers including: <BR> <BR> Accountability <BR> <BR> Guided Fitness/Nutriti... Wed, 12 Mar 2014 18:04:14 EST A Report from the Road - Tales from 100# Down I like to refer to the destination as "Health & Fitness". The beauty of the journey is that it can be reached by many different paths. I get a lot of comments from my blogs (thank you) and many have asked about different aspects of my personal journey. I thought I would take just a little time today to share with you where I am, what path I'm currently traveling and what lies ahead. <BR> <BR> I'm 3-1/2 years down the road on my journey. I don't move in a "fast vehicle". I like to think... Wed, 12 Mar 2014 13:48:21 EST Help is on the way! BTS 2Q Open Registration COMING SOON! Open registration for BTS - 2Q (Beyond the Scale - 2nd Quarter) will begin very soon. This 10 week, team-based challenge is a "whole spectrum" approach to healthy living . What can you expect from BTS? <BR> <BR> Accountability <BR> Nutrition & Fitness Help <BR> Team Challenges to push you outside of your comfort zone <BR> Friendship <BR> Support <BR> Hope <BR> <BR> We have an INFORMATION ONLY team here: <BR> <BR> <BR> <BR> <link><BR>ndividual.asp?... Sun, 9 Mar 2014 19:38:42 EST A Gentle Encouragement - Tales From 100# Down Hello Friend! <BR> <BR> All of us have traveled along the freeway and seen the guardrail where the ground falls away, crosses water or runs near another roadway. It's to help slow if not stop the car from plummeting into a more dangerous situation when it veers from the main roadway. Let this blog be a "guardrail" on your journey to "Health & Fitness". <BR> <BR> Did you start the new year with great enthusiasm and hope of making progress only to find yourself here in the waning days of ... Thu, 20 Feb 2014 14:26:28 EST What motivates you? Tales From 100# Down Motivation is an essential part of this journey. Without it we often remain in the land of "status quo" . I like to think of motivation as a catalyst. Since my days of being 350+ I always "wanted" to be thinner but I was lacking the catalyst to get me going! <BR> <BR> As I have shared with you recently I'm trying to get off my zig/zag plateau. I've strung TWO great days together and hope to make it three tomorrow. It's funny how small things motivate us. Here are some things that moti... Thu, 20 Feb 2014 00:48:54 EST How to have a good day. Tales From 100# Down I've had a good day. It didn't just "happen". It took some planning, accountability and effort. So what did I do? <BR> <BR> LAST NIGHT - I thought ahead and mentally planned my food for the day. <BR> <BR> THIS MORNING - I set some goals for the day - specific ones. <BR> <BR> ACCOUNTABILITY - I TOLD someone my goals and kept checking my list throughout the day to keep me on task. <BR> <BR> EARLY ATTENTION - So often I leave my exercise til the end of the day then I'm too tired or t... Tue, 18 Feb 2014 22:21:16 EST Challenge Exercise As part of a weekend challenge I am blogging a list of personal positive attributes. This is very hard to do because it seems so self-promoting and that just isn't my "thing" but I want to participate fully with my team so bear with me. <BR> <BR> 1) I'm loyal. I stand by my friends and family through thick and thin. If they stumble or disappoint I remember that "I" have done the same and people have stood by me. <BR> <BR> 2) I have a strong work ethic. I'm not afraid to roll up my slee... Sat, 1 Feb 2014 22:10:16 EST Unavoidable Obstacles - Tales From 100# Down Sometimes on our journey we just can't re-route around an obstacle. We just have to muddle through it. It's not fun. It slows our progress. It can be costly (think of an idling engine stuck in a major construction jam). It happens. <BR> <BR> Examples: The gym is closed due to a water pipe break. Walking with your neighbor gets postponed when the school calls and tells you to pick up your child that was injured in P.E. and you spend all afternoon in the E.R. You have a death in the f... Sun, 19 Jan 2014 08:50:30 EST When success comes after much work - Tales From 100# Down There is nothing more rewarding than having the scale reflect close attention to nutrition and exercise than by showing a lower number BUT sometimes success shows up in other ways. Today was just such a day for me. I actually FORGOT to weigh this morning in my rush to get out the door but as I was sitting at the piano bench about to begin my preludes I realized my tummy was flatter. <BR> <BR> The holidays were a bit of a detour for me (birthday, anniversary and Christmas alll within 2 w... Sun, 12 Jan 2014 16:34:02 EST Stringing together good days - Tales From 100# Down I had a good day yesterday. I ate in range. I got over 60 minutes of cardio including some high intensity intervals. I got 100 ounces of water. I was active on my teams and I got some cleaning and organizing done at home. The key to success is stringing these kinds of days together. If the majority of my days are like this then when I have a less than stellar day it won't bring me to a screeching halt and see me backsliding into a detour. <BR> <BR> I have set some pretty big goals fo... Tue, 7 Jan 2014 10:19:59 EST Focus on the GOOD - Tales From 100# Down I decided yesterday to spend more time in 2014 focusing on the GOOD. As a child I loved the movie Pollyana and she was always looking for the good in someone and finding a reason to be glad. I just think that a positive spin to things is much better than a negative one. <BR> <BR> What I am doing each day is reflecting on what I did "well" or "right". It will give me some instant POSITIVE feedback that allows me to see progress (no matter how small) and by focusing on this list I am apt ... Fri, 3 Jan 2014 02:12:28 EST 2014 - The Road Ahead - Tales From 100# Down A new year stretches out before us like an empty canvas waiting for paint. Every one of those 365 days on the calendar is an opportunity to make progress on the journey. I looked back at my goals from a year ago and found that some of them were met, some are in progress and some have yet to begin. I also discovered life sent a few surprises my way - things that took me on a detour for a time. Having said that, I ended the year better off than I began it and much richer for the friendships... Wed, 1 Jan 2014 09:41:04 EST BEYOND THE SCALE - 2Q Some of you have been writing to ask me about Beyond the Scale and I wanted to pass along this link to you. This is an INFORMATIONAL team only. By joining it (be sure to click JOIN THIS TEAM at the top) you will receive a sparkmail for open registration for the next quarter. <BR> <BR> <link><BR>ndividual.asp?gid=61940 </link> <BR> <BR> Hope you have a GREAT NEW YEAR'S EVE! <BR> <BR> Press On! <BR> <BR> <em>179</em> <BR> <BR> Tue, 31 Dec 2013 11:39:20 EST Need a laugh? - Tales from 100# Down So I'm all fired up and taking on 2014 TWO days early. I went to the grocery and stocked up on fruits, vegetables, turkey breast, skim milk, etc. I came home and had a very healthy salad for lunch. Then I decide to get on the elliptical with my ipad so I can multitask but because DH is out and about doing errands I decided I should take my cellphone in case he called. <BR> <BR> So here I am on the elliptical. The ipad is on my "tray" and I'm browsing KINDLE books for something good to r... Mon, 30 Dec 2013 16:46:03 EST CHARTING A COURSE - Tales from 100# Down Those of you that have read my blogs for sometime know my favorite acronym: <BR> <BR> G - Good Nutrition <BR> P - Personal Fitness <BR> S - Sparkpeople Involvement <BR> <BR> <BR> My GPS has had a loose connection and the only one of those registering every day through the break has been the "S". The P has connected a few times but the G has been woefully disconnected! <BR> <BR> THAT CHANGES NOW! I do not know why I let myself do this every Dec. My birthday, anniversary and Christmas ... Mon, 30 Dec 2013 08:55:07 EST It's more than just the scale - Tales From 100# Down I can't tell you how many people I know that let the scale define their success/failure. Now before you misunderstand my point let me tell you what the scale "is". It's a navigational tool that helps point the way to "Health & Fitness". When it goes up it might be indicating "too much fuel" , "poor quality fuel", too much sodium", "too little movement" and/or "needs repair (illness). That's NOT the same as a red light on the dash blinking FAILURE. I hope you see the difference! <BR> <BR... Sun, 29 Dec 2013 09:22:11 EST When PAIN is a good thing - Tales From 100# Down I woke up this morning with BAD lower back pain. This is an ongoing chronic condition but I made it worse by moving a king sized mattress off the bed to pull the bedskirt for laundering. I should have waited and let my husband do it. My 58 year old body told me clearly today I CAN'T do what I once could. <BR> <BR> So you may be wondering WHY I said PAIN is a good thing. Pain makes me be "still". Being still makes me "think". Thinking usually leads me to writing and here I am to try and... Sat, 28 Dec 2013 12:58:14 EST Packing my bag for 2014! Tales from 100 Pounds Down! My 2013 calendar will soon be placed in the recycling bin and a new 2014 calendar will take it's place on my pantry door. I love looking at the blank pages. They are 365 blank canvases upon which I will write the next chapter of my journey to "Health & Fitness". <BR> <BR> But I want to take JUST a minute to look back over the past 12 months and share a few highlights. <BR> <BR> 1) I walked two official 5Ks. <BR> <BR> 2) I lost another 20 pounds. <BR> <BR> 3) I stayed SODA free for a... Thu, 26 Dec 2013 22:55:59 EST Christmas Eve in My Home - PIX - Tales From 100# Down Merry Christmas Eve! <BR> <BR> Our dear son is home for Christmas and everything is festive. I'm enjoying the sights and sounds of Christmas and thought I would share them with you. <BR> <BR> We have a fire in the hearth: <BR> <BR> <img src=""> <BR> <BR> Poinsettias in the foyer: <BR> <BR> <img src=""> <BR> <BR> Flowers on the table: <BR> <BR> <img src=" Tue, 24 Dec 2013 23:19:56 EST Who said it was easy? - Tales from 100# Down I was having a chat recently with someone new to the journey toward "Health & Fitness". After decades of hiding from obesity they finally got brave enough to sign up for Sparkpeople and "face the music". This was a HUGE first step and I applauded her efforts. What surprised me was a comment she made about how easy it must be for me. <BR> <BR> EASY? (I had to grin to myself). It's NEVER easy. Three and a half years and 120 pounds down it's STILL a daily struggle. This made me reali... Mon, 23 Dec 2013 10:25:15 EST Day 2 of 20 CHOICES - Tales from 100# Down One thing I have learned on this journey is that life is full of choices. It's much like a cafeteria line. When I was a young girl there was a cafeteria chain in my city called BLUE BOAR. I can remember the difficult decision of WHAT I was going to eat. My eyes would survey all those choices and wish I could choose "more". Of course that "more" was what eventually led me to obesity. <BR> <BR> Now I'm having to UNDO those years of MORE by making CHOICES again. Here's the thing. If I ... Thu, 19 Dec 2013 13:53:41 EST 20 Days! Tales From 100# Down Today I began a 20 day plan to get me through the holidays and to the beginning of my new 10 week challenge group that starts in January (Beyond the Scale). The holidays have always been a sticking point for me (as in weight STICKS - ha). My physician told me to set a goal to gain no more than 5 pounds over the holidays. That's a very realistic goal and I hope to gain no more than 2 pounds. <BR> <BR> Now I'm sure some of you are shaking your head thinking how can gaining TWO pounds be ... Wed, 18 Dec 2013 22:08:56 EST Hard Work Pays Off - Tales From 100# Down I lost my fitness tracker last night on the way to get the mail in the snow covered driveway. The problem is I didn't know I had lost it and shoveled away. The driveway was clear but when I came in my fitbit was missing off my pants where I had clipped it. My husband looked in vain for about 30 minutes before bedtime. <BR> <BR> Overnight we got more snow but it's ended (for now) and the sun was out so I took the shovel, bundled up and headed out to look. I moved snow, dug through snow ... Tue, 17 Dec 2013 14:04:10 EST Passages - Tales From 100# Down I'm a year older today. 60 is creeping closer and when I was a child that was "ancient". Now I'm closing in on that number and realizing that it's JUST a number. Oh granted, I can't do what I DID when I was 20 and gravity has moved things around and added a few wrinkles but in my MIND I'm not old! <BR> <BR> I learned to accept physical aging long ago but I refuse to let it limit my possibilities. In the past year I walked my first TWO official 5k's. Who would dream that a woman once w... Tue, 10 Dec 2013 10:58:15 EST That DEEP winter coat! - Tales from 100# Down Last winter my DH bought me a "deep winter" coat. I was trying to buy it in a size that would last more than one winter. I bought it snug and last winter could JUST zip it and it was tight. We went out to do a bit of shopping today and when he told me to bundle up because it was in the single digits I went for that coat. <BR> <BR> Not ONLY did it zip easily but it's too big! Oh what a feeling! Now I plan to make it "do" for the winter and will buy a new one SNUG when they go on sale in... Sat, 7 Dec 2013 21:42:41 EST New Year - New Challenge - Tales from 100# Down Soon 2013 will be in the history books and while I COULD look back at the road behind me (and it's been a long road) I'm going to look FORWARD to what lies ahead. Three years and four months into this journey to "Health & Fitness" I have made much progress and many Sparkpeople friends but I have a long way yet to go. <BR> <BR> What I have realized is that I AM successful in ways other than rapid drops on the scale. As I mentioned in my previous blog , tiny weight losses add up and the w... Fri, 6 Dec 2013 23:56:13 EST Loving Those Fractions - Tales from 100# Down I weigh every day. For those of you that don't I fully support your decision not to (grin) for me it's a check and balance. If I see an uptick I work a little harder to eliminate sodium, push water and eat cleaner. If I see it go down it motivates me to push even more. It's brought me to a place where I have learned to love the fractions! My scales measure to the tenth of a pound and some days that TEENY loss is enough to make me feel good about my progress and push forward. <BR> <BR>... Tue, 3 Dec 2013 09:28:08 EST Kindness on the Journey - Tales from 100# Down This journey to "Health & Fitness" is not an easy one. It's a long trek over many weeks, months and for some years! One must persevere past many obstacles and keep pressing on even when it's most difficult. It MUST be a one way journey. <BR> <BR> I've been on this journey now for 3 years and 4 months. How easy it would be to pull into a long rest area and how quickly that could be come a detour if I don't keep putting one foot in front of the other. Right now it's a HARD journey. That... Mon, 2 Dec 2013 10:49:00 EST You didn't FAIL! Tales from 100# Down It's BLACK FRIDAY in the USA but for many that black "cloud" was the scale showing an uptick this morning. Across the USA yesterday many feasted on savory dishes and delectable treats. Wonderful memories were made. Families and friends enjoyed fellowship. It was a "special holiday". <BR> <BR> Don't beat yourself up if you ate more than you planned. INSTEAD reset your GPS: <BR> <BR> G - Good Nutrition <BR> P - Personal Fitness <BR> S - Sparkpeople Involvement <BR> <BR> Today is a new ... Fri, 29 Nov 2013 11:39:39 EST Thanksgiving Planning - Tales from 100# Down That feast of all feasts is approaching. In our family Thanksgiving is the biggest single food event of the year (even more than Christmas). In the past it has often been a day of excess. I can remember many a Thanksgiving Dinner where I snacked on the appetizers, filled my plate twice and had more than one dessert! Then as if that wasn't enough ... the evening leftover warm-ups finished the day in a high calorie, high fat, high carb, high sugar frenzy. <BR> <BR> That was THEN. This is ... Mon, 25 Nov 2013 10:09:03 EST Dogs don't care! - Tales From 100# Down I have three dachshunds. They are so loving and they are always so happy to see me. That was true even before I lost the first pound. Their love was blind to my size. It still is. <BR> <BR> One thing HAS changed. I now have a "lap" they can sit in! That wasn't always the case! In fact, I can hold TWO dachshunds in my lap! Now THAT'S an NSV (non-scale victory). <BR> <BR> Here are the girls in my lap: <BR> <BR> <img src=""> <BR... Fri, 22 Nov 2013 22:20:05 EST Rat a Tat Tat - the Drummer's Beat - Tales from 100# Down I'm sure you have heard that old saying about someone marching to the beat of a different drummer. There are so many DIFFERENT drum beats in this busy world of ours. I like to think of our lives as a long march past stationary drummers. Sometimes as we are just stepping out of range of one we are already hearing another just ahead. To those walking a bit behind us they may see the change of pace and think we are totally missing the beat. It's a case of perspective! Soon they will be ... Thu, 21 Nov 2013 01:52:40 EST Hospitality Food - Tales from 100# Down In society hospitality is often shown with a gift of food. We take a casserole to a grieving family, new neighbor or shut-in. We bake cookies or cupcakes for a social group or club. We invite friends over for cards or games and have a spread of tasty snacks. We bake cakes, pies, cookies, candy and such as holiday gifts and we throw showers, retirement parties, going away parties, graduation parties and the like with food and more food. <BR> <BR> We are entering the biggest hospitality ... Thu, 7 Nov 2013 08:13:57 EST Falling Down and Getting Up - Tales from 100# Down It's bound to happen. Even 3 years and 3 months into the journey. I stumbled. I went over my range by 375 calories today and it wasn't even on something TASTY. I ate a whole sleeve of saltine crackers. <BR> <BR> I let that old emotional eating monster rear it's ugly head! There are times in life when a series of small frustrations and trials together combine and take me back to that old familiar place where I funnel all my frustration, disappointment and burdens into emotional eating.... Tue, 29 Oct 2013 00:14:34 EST Seven Days - Tales from 100# down. I weigh in on Wednesdays. I have for over three years now. I always step on the scales the morning before to see how I'm doing. This morning was another 0.2 morning. Now it may be a tad more by dawn but it won't be some HUGE number. While I'm happy with my slow but steady progress (121 pounds down) there are times I wish I could have just ONE nice week. Ha! <BR> <BR> I do think our bodies get in "ruts" and I think my body has adatped to what I'm "throwing at it" so I'm going to chang... Tue, 22 Oct 2013 22:56:56 EST Remember Last December 31st? - Tales From 100 # Down Dec. 31st is that day when one year closes and a new year of opportunity stretches out before us. We often enter the year with a list of "resolutions" or "goals". For many people on this website that includes fitness, nutrition and weight loss goals. <BR> <BR> For some the food fest that begins at Halloween and marches through Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas and New Year's leaves us with a few extra pounds that cause us to put that weight loss goal back on the front burner come January... Mon, 21 Oct 2013 22:35:50 EST YES! The SPARK is waterproof! - VIDEO Just a video to show you it is waterproof so wear it when you swim laps or do water aerobics. Fri, 11 Oct 2013 12:06:51 EST Looking for the Inner Beauty - Tales from 100# Down <em>26</em> I want to share something from my heart with you today. I've touched on it before in a blog but want to share more openly with you because maybe it will make a difference to at least one person. <BR> <BR> I think most of you know that I began this journey somewhere over 350 pounds and I don't know where that somewhere was because my scales didn't go any further. I have NO pictures of me at that stage of my life because frankly I was very ill and my DH didn't take pictures bec... Fri, 11 Oct 2013 10:19:12 EST Review of The Spark - Tales from 100# Down I've long been a user of various activity trackers so I was excited when Sparkpeople said they were introducing their own that would specifically synch to the website. I've been using it every day and wanted to pass along to you my thoughts about it. <BR> <BR> <img src=""> <BR> <BR> What does it do? <BR> <BR> It tracks steps, miles, activity and time and the best thing is it knows WHAT kind of activity. I was so surprised the first... Fri, 4 Oct 2013 15:42:27 EST