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I Just Keep It Open All Day Long

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I have a secret........I stay on track and motivated by simply keeping the Sparkpeople tab open all day. It is a simple reminder to me that I do have a goal and it won't be forgotten!

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  • ROSALACEY2
    Great secret! I do the same thing, even if I'm doing something else on the computer or around the house or while working, I keep the SP tab open. It's great when I need a reminder to eat right or encouragement or motivation...all I have to do is click the tab and I'm on SP...love it! - by ROSALACEY2
  • This is how I'm going to stay motivated---by keeping up with SP every day, too! (and keeping the website open).

    Good girl! emoticon - by LAMBIERABBIT
  • KATSMEYOW
    I do the same thing!! - by KATSMEYOW
  • This is the 2nd internet window I open at work. As I drink my water, I click the button and do a little dance in my chair. When I am munching my carrots, I track it right away. It helps me know how many calories I have left for the day when I have tracked everything I brought with me. Helps when people bring goodies to work, too. I can track everything before I even take a nibble! - by HILLERYH
  • This is my personal motivator while at work. Here @ the hospital too many birthdays, celebrations, and rewards that focus on food.

    I keep suggesting that we get an extra 15mins to walk around the block as a reward, no one in management takes this seriously. - by HCARTZ1964
  • Hehehehe, me too! - by _STEFFI_

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