Bad team member!!!

Tuesday, October 06, 2015

I am so sorry for not keeping up with my team commitments. I work full-time, have only a 30 min. lunch, lots of after work "stuff" to do. I love Sparks and all the wonderful friends and tools. So thanks for listening.

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  • CGPS1795
    Oh no, you are definitely not bad!!!! Just challenged like the rest of us. You are worth spending time on! You are special. I had a bit of a setback, so I added Spark Coach to my program. There was a great blog on setting goals JUST FOR ME! Imagine that. Big thing is don't give up on yourself! Lots of Love, hugs and support!
    1930 days ago

    You are not a bad team member, Just take some me time even if its 30 mins. I was just like you and thought I could not , cuz I had so much to do. I just told my family that 30 mins out of the day or a couple days a week is for me and me only. They first complained, but they have learned to let me be me and family doing that time took care of the little ones. They realized that mommy, grandma and wife got a lot more happier during the week.

    1932 days ago
    You are not a bad team member, so get that right out of your head. You can only do what you can and that is all we ask. Glad to hear from you, just check in when you can.
    1932 days ago
    Life has a way of getting in the way - don't fret about it!
    1932 days ago
  • BARBIE176
    emoticon I definitely remember the life of being a working person. I am sure your teammates understand. It is good to hear from you and know that you are okay. Remember, taking care of yourself is vitally important to your journey to a healthy life. emoticon emoticon
    1933 days ago
    We know how busy life can get.Don't forget to take some "me" time though! Glad to hear from you! emoticon
    1933 days ago
    You're welcome! Glad to hear from you.
    1933 days ago
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