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Hello to u. I am also new to this team. i started sp the begin of the new year. I am not a rad rd but im am a Ultrasonographer so i work with many rad doc's. Good like to you
I am finally going to finish something that i have started!!!!!
These are my mini goals:
I will enter in what my weight is actually on those days. I hope to complete my mini goal before my set dates but this way if i dont then i wont be discourged.
I was afraid I wasn't smart enough to go to medical school so became a nurse instead, and have always regretted it. Welcome!
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so nice to meet you.......... wishing you success with your goals for 2008............sparkpeole have so many great tools to help you on your journey and its free too......i track everything it is a great eye opener and helps you visualize what you are doing and where you can improve,find a team that suits you and you will find a great deal of fun,support and encouragement and great friendships too...........as well as challenges to help you along........using the tools will help you acheive your goals........you will be well on your way to success and positive lifestyle changes you desire...............you can do this...............just believe you can.............. and you will...........
here is a link to help you get started
blessings and hugs...........lita
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Hello! I just joined SparkPeople today. I'm looking for a place for motivation and information about toning up. I'm a dual degree 2nd year medical student from Missouri. I'm in a DO/MBA program. Right now my interest is 99% Radiology. Any Radiologists or medical students out there? :)