I am interested in seeing: "Get Thinner This Winter" designed by SparkPeople's Dietitian Becky - that is suppose to be in the magazine. I probably could figure it out.
I haven't been in a store since a started this topic. So I guessing I am not one to rush out. I broke a habit of buying a magazine at the grocery checkout a long time ago. I don't want to get started again.
Linda - North East Indiana, USA `Goal to build myself up to reach 1,000 fitness minutes per month.
I'd read someone's SP blog about how she rushed to WalMart to get a copy and found that it was almost completely sold out. She's not the only one who does that. It sounds like a mania or an obsession.
The SparkPeople who are profiled in these magazines (there have been more than a few) are also profiled here, so you don't have to buy a magazine. Some of them are still active on SP, so you can visit their pages, leave comments, and (maybe) get feedback from them, which could be more useful than just reading an article in a magazine.
I think those articles mainly promote SP to people who haven't yet signed up.
Nope. Now, if I see it in the library, I might flip through. But will not buy just because there's spark stories in it.
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