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Log In Daily!



Make it a habit to log in to SparkPeople first thing every morning and collect as many SparkPoints as possible. It'll get you involved in every area of this amazing site and help keep you motivated!

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  • I have logged in my food everyday for 115 days! Its easy and great to know you are in control! emoticon - by SUNRISE14
  • This was my tip as well, i have definitly noticed a difference when i log on everyday. going down the spark poitns list exposes me to all the great information on the site that can be a bit overwhelming at first. i didn't know where to start and the spark points lead you in every direction - by BRANDONSMOM26
  • I agree. It motivates me to know others are trying also. - by GOLFGMA
  • Great idea! - by I-AM-TITANIUM
  • This is one (of my many) goals for the next 365 day (personal) challenge! emoticon - by I-AM-TITANIUM
  • I also log in to spark people everyday, and participate where I can. I look forward to being a part of it. emoticon - by ALLENJOSEPH
  • That is exactly what keeps me motivated. emoticon emoticon - by GOLFGMA
  • Wendy again! I'm now on maintenance and have logged in every day for over 300 days and have tracked as well. It is really helpful and keeps me accountable. emoticon - by WBERRY57
  • Yes, I agree. I've logged in every day since I first started and am so glad I have because it has changed my perspective on life as well as helped me lose weight. emoticon - by WBERRY57
  • Been extremely sick for a few days. Time to get back on track. - by RFADALE
  • I do this, too. It really keeps me motivated! - by KALISBACK
  • Liked your idea - by SPARKYFLOWER
  • Yes. Racking up the points is a good motivator for me to check in every day. Reading the articles along the way is very helpful. It's fun to gain points for doing what I love most: reading! - by NYINME
  • So very very true!!! I always do so much better when I log in.
    Doing my blog first thing in the morning had also always helped me. - by CONNIESTRYING
  • You are too right. Thanks for sharing the spark. - by GRATEFUL_DAWN
    I actually made my Start page one of my "Home" tabs on my internet browser - even at work! I do a lot of work on the internet (as a public high school teacher) and whenever I take attendance or update grades, my Start page is right there. I use my lunch time to log my meals so far, read the suggested articles, and plan my dinner. - by ASCHELLER22
    Every morning I log in and add my food and exercise for the day. It really helps to know how many calories you consume in a day. The exercise sets me up for a good start to my day. emoticon emoticon - by SJIVERSON
  • Daily log ins really make a difference. emoticon - by LDAVENPOR4
  • Yes I try to log in everyday. I am losing more weight. Best wishes, Linda from bean town - by MOONCHILD8
  • I totally agree. But be careful not to get distracted and spend too much time on the computer, to the detriment of eating well and moving! - by WALLPER26
  • I agree! Logging in and spinning the wheel every day, helps keep Spark running in the back of my mind every day. - by MOSTMOM1
  • Spark coach and the trackers keep me on track every day emoticon - by CHRISGORGME
  • It helps keep me from giving up when things aren't going my in down the scale! Logging in each day motivates me and reminds me why I'm here. - by DNRAE1
  • Miss not logging in daily because there is always reward in doing so, from the encouragement to informational resources and tracking ability. - by AW5938
  • I try to spark and huddle every day!!!! - by GOMEIN2011
  • So true! rack up those points! emoticon - by CANOGAPARKGAL
  • Well, I don't do it most mornings b/c I don't want to spend the whole day on the computer. But I do like to even when I'm not here @ the home & am up north where I'm not having the computer my hubby will log in for me. - by KITTY1970
  • Thanks I have been working on this - by COCOAMARIA
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  • Great reminder! - by RSTATHIS
  • I LOVE watching my "log in SparkStreak" add up. I look forward to collecting my SparkPoints and logging my food and exercise. Logging into SparkPeople has made a big difference in my motivation. emoticon - by NANASAMM
  • Its now my 5th month of Sparks tomorrow....and i'm still eagerly
    involved....and excited about....everything...try not to miss!! emoticon - by BROWNIEISLANDER
  • I agree. I am now on a 15 day streak (my longest so far). - by GRATEFUL111
  • After one month I'm beginning to see how logging food exercise etc will help me understand how the choices I make affect me weight, well being and attitudes.

    And the teams, what can one say. Extremely supportive.

    emoticon - by BLAKBIRD
  • I look forward to logging in daily Its a great pick me up. emoticon - by BROWNIEISLANDER
  • not just logging in...but share the spark with at least one person a day... emoticon - by LEGOMAN77
  • This is what keeps me on track and I could not agree with you more. I have both February and March perfect attendance awards to show that I mean business about logging in every day. - by MARDGY
  • Yes I do too! I noticed how addicted I am that when yesterday my connection went dead I was stressed! LOL Oh well I won't get a perfect attendance trophy this month. Tough! But my weight will be down!!! - by COLOURFULME
  • Logging in on evenings is my motivator.I find myself daily thinking about the site with eager anticipation,and mentally willing the time to pass so I can go home,its amazing I'm addicted.I've gained lots of valuable info here,mighty glad I found the site. emoticon - by BROWNIEISLANDER
    I agree 100%.
    Logging in the first thing in the morning has become part of my "diet and exercise" routine.
    On days when I miss, I feel I'm missing something all day long.
  • I have found that logging into Spark People helps me stay on track, especially after a "bad" day. Consistency spills over into all areas. - by ADKONKLE
  • This is a big one for me as well. I start out reading the daily article that comes to my e-mail so that takes me to my Spark Points page. I then do many of the little things to start earning points. I like the Trivia questions, reading blogs, going to the team huddles in the morning and seem to find new things every day!! This site rocks!!! - by KATHERYNP
  • I agree! Make it a morning habit. I do it with my morning coffee. emoticon - by WATOGA17
  • I do the same thing - a great way to guarantee success! - by MAMAGOSS
  • Wonderful suggestion that has worked for me. If I get a bit down in emotions, energy level, or enthusiam I have found that I need to keep logging in to stay in charge of my life. SP's a tool for everyone's self-care toolkit. - by WYWIWOMAN

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