Thank you! Like many other people have said, I stretched myself too thin, I could not remember how to leave a team. So, thank you. It made my SparkTeams a little more manageable. I did leave my challenges so that I can go back to them when I am ready to do them again. :)
..For the feeling of setting a goal, then smashing it. To be happy with what I see.
"Pain is temporary. Quitting lasts forever."
"I can do all things through him who strengthens me."
I'd left a team where I had even been the leader .. now I've the opposite problem... I would love to leave a team but not let them know ... there's such a thing as "vibes" —beyond making myself "inactive" ... if I stay, I'm still too tempted to post!
Lesser artists borrow, great artists steal.
- Igor Stravinsky
Find a way.
(Said after swimming from Cuba to Key West without fins or shark cages)
I decided that I had spread myself too thin, and when I met with the nutritionalist today at the VA clinic, she and I formed an eating plan which will minimize white carbs (incl. white sugar) and decided I needed to eat more (that's true) and exercise like I've committed to. The Pre-diabetes group for 8 weeks just was too much at this time. We'll see what happens in two months.
So, thanks for the information about leaving a team. And thanks for asking the question.
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