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I love SparkPeople.com

I love SparkPeople.com!!!!! I am soooooo glad I accidentally found this website!!!! It's been amazing and truly motivational and has really kept me wanting to do more!!! I love the trcking options!!! They are the first things I go to every time I'm online. emoticon

- Submitted by KIMSFITNESS1 3/27/2010 in Using SparkPeople | 1 Comment

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Vegetarian?

SparkPeople is wonderful to vegetarians. It is not a program of adaptability, but rather one of equal inclusion. I especially like the wealth of suitable recipes.

- Submitted by COTTRELL11 3/27/2010 in Using SparkPeople | 0 Comments

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being injured

read your body when injured. It soon lets you know if you're pushing it too far.

- Submitted by DPEGUS 3/27/2010 in Staying Positive | 0 Comments

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Each step is the first step to the rest of my healthy life!

I have a hard time staying motivated and after reading first steps, I came to the realization that each step I take towards my goal should be the 1st step to a healthy me!

- Submitted by DENSMAMA 3/27/2010 in Getting Back On Track | 1 Comment

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Saving Time and Money

Buy larger quantities of food and when you cook your meals, cook the entire package, then freeze into individual meals. The oven is going on anyway so you might as well cook larger amounts - you not only save money on quantity, but on energy consumption and you can always have food ready for use.

- Submitted by WMILLER77 3/27/2010 in Saving Money | 3 Comments

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Dont set unrealistic timelines

You dont go into a hospital saying that I will be healed of this disease by next week. All the they can do is remove the problem and create the environment for healing to begin. thats all we can do. remove the problem and create the environment through nutrition and exercise. be patient.

- Submitted by ON2VICTORY 3/27/2010 in Motivation | 4 Comments

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Handy Containers for Portion Control

I keep a small container with the foods that I eat most often. For example I have a tiny Tupperware container that is about 1/4 cup that I keep in my granola. No more guessing! Just scoop and add to my berries & breakfast is ready! I have one in my bag of almonds, as well.

- Submitted by MYSPARKLER 3/27/2010 in Healthy Eating | 0 Comments

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Mix It Up!

I have found that doing different things for exercise keeps me more motivated! Couple days I'll do a Dvd, another I'll run on the treadmill or some yoga! emoticon

- Submitted by ALLISASSYFRASSY 3/27/2010 in Exercise | 0 Comments

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grocery game

awesome way to save a ton of money on groceries without much effort...check out the web site....grocery game.com

- Submitted by ABLE2B 3/27/2010 in Saving Money | 1 Comment

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Needs vs. Wants

Ask yourself, "Is this a need or a want?"

Wants: take a second to find out if you really want it or if you should save the money for a need or a bigger want.

If you NEED it than see if there is a cheaper one available.

- Submitted by SHANNONSTILLS 3/27/2010 in Saving Money | 1 Comment
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