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Onederland, here I come!

Monday, October 15, 2012

With only half a pound to go, I'm almost back in Onederland. I can't wait to get there! I spent a month or two there last year before my life went kinda crazy and it's going to feel so good to get back there.

I can't believe how well the Weight Watchers online plan is working for me. Most days I track on both sites and I'm finally hitting the right calorie and nutrition ranges on my Spark tracker. I really don't feel like the Spark vegetarian meal plans work very well for me though. They're too "blah" and don't include lots of the healthy foods that I love to eat. I committed to three months on WW when I signed up, and after that I'll consider if I want to stick with it or if I'll build my own new meal plans and just use Spark.

The thing I don't like about WW site is that their community is completely boring compared to Spark, so I use the site for figuring out my points and then I come on over to Spark to cheer on all of my wonderful friends! You all ROCK and I'd be lost without you!
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    2378 days ago
    Yay, ONEderland. I'd round down and say you're there! Wow, nice job. I've heard similar things about the WW community. Spark really does rock :) I also agree with you about the vegetarian menu. It's almost like there's a random wheel of ingredients that spark spins to spit out a menu. It also gets goofy when your calorie count goes over 1500..again...random ingredients to meet the calorie goal.
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    Congrats! I do the same thing as you actually! I track on WW online but I use the SP community.
    2378 days ago
    Congratulations on having onederland in your sights!! emoticon
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