I downloaded the sparkpeople nutrition tracker and healthy recipes app on my blackberry. This way I can consistently and easily update what I've eaten.
Recording my food intake helps me stay on track and more conscious of what I'm eating. When I take in too many calories early in the day, I use the recipe app to find a lower-calorie dinner than what I was originally planning
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Using SplashShopper (or any phone app) for a master to-to list and daily selecting the to-dos off the master list.
Many tasks need repeated on a weekly/monthly/quarterly basis. I am find I eed a separate work and home list. By using a list program to enter master tasks, e.g. dish washing, I can review my master list and select what tasks need attention today. My phone is always with me to keep me on track.
I use Pandora on my smartphone. That way, I can check emails and text messages while I'm walking. I feel productive, and get my walk in at the same time! I also love a new app that tracks your time/mileage by using GPS! I was amazed that it even tells you altitude, and average speed.
phone = Palm Pixi app = WorkOut Tracker
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