This is a lifestyle change! It is a place to come and make real changes that you will take with you, not for a period of time, but for Life.
The only way you are going to make Real Change happen in your life is by incorporating goals that will work within your life.
Tweeting will help in your weight loss challenge by:
Gain new perspective: When you think of the many difficulties you may have trying to improve your health, it’s very easy to start thinking “woe is me,” and get a little inward looking.
Create accountability: Personally I see Twitter as a great way to publicly record your goals and therefore create a certain amount of accountability for your actions.
Be more focused: The great thing about using Twitter is that it forces you to be brief, clear and to the point – remember you’re only allowed to use 140 characters per message.
Share and get support: Think of it, you could Tweet about what you eat, how many calories you consumed that day, your daily exercise routine, your weekly weight loss, things you’re finding difficult or things that have gone well for you.
Ask questions: Twitter is a great place for getting almost instant answers to any question that is bothering you. If you tend to type lots of questions into Google, you could also use Twitter in this way to find answers.
Get help from experts: @SparkPeople If you follow a number of blogs you’ll probably find they also have a Twitter account. So, by subscribing you’ll be able to keep updated with their latest Tweets.
Have fun: Twitter as one big party! You can check in and out of the fun all day to catch up with the latest and share your thoughts too.
Edited by: MSMEME29 at: 1/1/2012 (08:44)
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