Pearish, will you have your cell phone? When I'm not at a puter, I track my food and exercise on my phone calendar. You could also use the phone's notepads. Print your weekly goals and Other Goals and take them along.
I think when you get back you'll flow back into your SparkRoutine more easily if you track while you're gone.
Have an incredible and productive trip to Malawi! Wow!
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you can add stuff after the fact.............all the best...............blessings and hugs................lita
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Just wondering if anyone has advice on what to do about SP when I'll be without internet access for 2 weeks. Going to Malawi for a Global Health project. So I'm not worried about the food since scarcity is more of the problem. (I was advised to bring a lot of snacks.) But I won't be doing my normal sparking, which is weird. No posting on message boards or reading blogs/articles. No log-in points.
Should I keep a written food and exercise log and then enter it when I get back? Should I keep track of my weekly goals and enter them afterwards too?
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