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5/4/12 3:48 P
HI again ELISHEVA, I just responded on the cholesterol team. You are doing well by posting messages. that's the way to be able top get help and support and eventually to give help and support. It's a great site and there are so many resouces here. When I get lost on the site. I go to TRACKER WEB SEARCH SELECT Spark not WEB Ask what you are looking for and you will most often find an answer. If you dont just ask and someone will answer, Pat in Maine.
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Hi Elvisheva ~ Welcome to SparkPeople. I find that interacting with other Sparks is really the best way to stay motivated and on-track. Taking advantage of the educational aspects of SP is also key to weight loss goal success. Come back to the message boards and read blogs to find people that you feel like you would like to "friend" These folks will help you attain your goals.
For any questions you have if you can't find them on the site, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. They will answer your questions and help you out. Best of luck Ruthie
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5/4/12 9:40 A
Hi and welcome to SparkPeople. There are so many great tools and great people involved with this site. I'm sure that SP can help you along on your journey to a healthy lifestyle. Good luck reaching your goals!
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9 5/4/12 9:31 A
I just joined SparkPeople last night and tracked my first meal this morning. It is kind of a challenge getting used to. The choices available don't necessarily match up with what I actually ate from the foods currently available in my cupboard. The calorie count was off compared to the listings on the actual food items, but it is close enough that I think I'll be able to find my way through this.
I can't do any grocery shopping until the middle of next week, so I'll have to just muddle through until I can get some of the right stuff in the house.
I'm 68 years young and have a goal of losing about 35-40 pounds. I've started calorie counting diets before and usually lost interest after a couple of months. Maybe this website and all of you will help me actually meet my goal this time. In general, I'm pretty healthy and had a good check-up at the doctor earlier this week, but I know I will feel even better if I can lose the excess baggage I'm carrying around with me every day.
I'm retired but not unemployed. I work two mornings a week and some computer work at home for a small church in a neighboring town. I do all their graphics, bulletins, newsletters, and keep the office organized.
I'm looking forward to getting to know others who are also challenged with excess weight and the desire to get it off.
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