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Back to the basics

Monday, May 21, 2012

When I first joined Spark People, I heard so much about the book by Spark Guy, Chris Downie that I borrowed the audio version from the library and listened to it at work.

During this challenge this weekend, I decided I needed to have some further inspiration that I bought the kindle edition of the book along with the cook book. I found of course, during the first chapter or two, there were things I had forgotten. So this time around, I am taking notes. I will then "lend" the book out.

There are things that need to be reinforced in my life and here at home to make it better on all of us. As for now, I am trying to answer the questions at the beginning such as if I could be anywhere, where would I be? What would I imagine my life like? What would my body look like? (Sorry, I am paraphrasing) .

So for me, its back to the beginning. Because there is certainly more I want outta life.
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  • NOONEY72
    Wonderful attitude! Starting over is often the best way to keep going! emoticon
    3251 days ago
    I still refer back to my Spark book when I know I am back sliding in building better habits. Good job!
    3251 days ago
  • TAMARA6905
    The Spark book is definitely the kind of book you have to "take notes" on. There is so much going on and many lessons to learn I did the same thing! Becoming a healthier person is more than exercising and eating right, it's changing the way we think! Good for you!
    3252 days ago
  • TXLADY110
    SO long as you keep at it you will make those steps one at a time into lifetime habits.

    We all need to reevaluated and remotivate. Kudos on stepping it up.

    Keep sparing you can make it.

    3252 days ago
    3252 days ago
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