I am NOT a Luddite...really...

Saturday, May 26, 2012

I don't consider myself to be technologically challenged most of the time. I LIKE technology, and am jazzed to be living in an age with cell phones that rival Star Trek tricorders, tvs that suggest shows I might want to watch, and the fact that my kids can stay in touch by text or phone or computer. I'm looking forward to having "think strong thoughts and execute" commands available to enter stuff on my computer.

So why did it take me until Day 3 of my two new challenges (10 minutes exercise and healthy cooking) to realize that I had to set up streak tracking and actually enter what I have done on a daily basis?

Duh...not enough caffeine?

(Just a possibility.)

They're going now, I think. (sigh)
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    I'm just catching up on my Sparking after being away for a week. Awesome!! Day 3 of healthy eating and exercise.

    As for technology I am a neophyte. Had a smart phone for 2 years and I am finally able to pick up a call waiting without dropping the other call (haha). Keep up your good work!!!!! Carol
    2188 days ago
    I, on the other hand, am a technological idiot. LOL.
    2189 days ago
    I've never learnd to text and mu kids make fun of me. I am lucky that I can get my laptop to work. But recently actually got to show some of the younger admins in my office how to make an organizational chart and to make graphs from an Excel spreadsheet for a report so maybe not as challenged as I thought. Still don't own an Ipod..I watch TV while doing the treadmill if I don't walk outside. But I still have no idea what streak tracking is!!!

    have a great Saturday!!!! Remember your exercise!!!
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    2190 days ago
    Ahh, technology. Such a tool. Once we twll teh gadgets what to do and remember what we need to do....
    2190 days ago
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