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Managing so many goals!

Monday, August 10, 2015

I may have over done it with all the Spark Teams I've joined...

In my defense, I believe they all are giving me support/challenges/goals that I really do need to remember and strive towards.
The FitBit Team has me very aware of my weekly and daily fitness goals.
The Vegetarian Team reminds me to eat more protein and try new foods/recipes.
The Minnesota Team is nice people ;) experiencing the same weather hassles I am (etc).
The Zombie Team knows what it's like to train for a 5k when zombies may chase you.

I guess I wish more of the OTHER GOALS were tracked automatically. Going in there every day or so and trying to figure out what each team wants and then how they are tracking it is daunting...but hopefully it's all just a learning curve and will become second-nature SOON!

At least everyone wants me to drink 8 glasses of water! lol!
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  • JAMER123
    Take you time and don't overwhelm yourself while learning. I joined lots of teams as well and finally got to the ones that really gave me support. One of the best "Other goals" for me is the drinking 8 glasses of water each day. I have several teams this is on and you only enter it once and all the teams then get it. Just an example for you. You will get there in time.
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    1586 days ago
    emoticon You'll figure out what works for you!

    1586 days ago
    I know that's the way I felt when I first joined, until I got the feel of things and asked lots of questions, and got help from some pretty special people who are now very much a part of my life, including friendship, and support.
    So allow yourself some time...otherwise it can too overwhelming...
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    1586 days ago
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