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Earned a new trophy

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Today I earned a new trophy and passed 60,000 Spark points. I have been on Sparkpeople since Aug of 06. I have also been on two teams that had a challenge to earn 40 points a day. Some days I didn't make that many esp when we were traveling and I was limited to what I could post. But most days I got over 40 and usually 60-90. One way to really kick up those Sparkpoints is by the amount of exercise one posts. That is an area I have not been consistent with.

Instead of getting a walk in today I counted as exercise the cleaning, vacuuming and bending and stretching I was doing while cleaning.

Did okay with eating but did go over my range in calories, sodium and carbs. Stayed in range in protein, fats and fiber. I just keep keeping on each day. My ranges seem to float all over, but keeping after it is what is important.
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  • LIZARDG7
    Congratulations on your trophy! Good for you! Lizzie

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    4145 days ago
  • no profile photo CD3326765
    Congratulations on the new trophy! It's always nice to get something like that recognizing your progress!
    4145 days ago
  • ILOVEROSES
    Congratulations on your new trophy! emoticon You are really committed to this healthy lifestyle and you're here for the long haul. emoticon Marilyn!
    4145 days ago
  • LQUEST4754
    Congratulations to you! Folks like you are my role models here! Thanks for guiding us along the path! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    4145 days ago
  • CINNAMONIE7
    emoticon !!!!
    4145 days ago
  • no profile photo POWERUP2
    Totally awesome!!! Way to go!!! emoticon
    4145 days ago
  • CARPEDIEM11
    Congratulations on 60,000 points!!! Now that is an accomplishment to be very proud of!! emoticon emoticon And by the way, you look marvelous!!!
    4145 days ago
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