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5/24/11 1:50 P

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Sometimes, but most of the time I don't stick to something for very long, which isn't a very good thing. I think spark IS my longest streak and that's what matters most right now!

-Vicki--Philly

"Welcome to wherever you are, this is your life, you made it this far. Welcome! You've got to belive, that right here right now, you're exactly where you're meant to be."
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5/24/11 12:43 P

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I track the streaks, although I could be better about them. The water, exercise, and freggies ones are the ones i am most concerned with for the most part.

Change is inevitable, Progress is Optional


Live for today, love for tomorrow, and laugh at all your yesterdays. Never regret the past, always hope for the future, and cherish every moment you have.
~Found on Sparkpeople.com (somewhere)

Nothing tastes as good as how thin feels.


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5/24/11 9:25 A

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I never did anything with Streaks until I joined SparkPeople--the site's helping me get my life, in general, in order. Before, it was enough trouble to just get going, and always running to catch up, much less keeping track of how long I'd been caught up with something.

So I use Spark to track streaks (which are still rare) for a few different aspects of my life.

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"I'm not a pickle! I'm a cucumber." ~Larry

"Every moment of one's existence one is growing into more or retreating into less. One is always living a little more or dying a little bit." ~~Norman Mailer

(Which is to say, LIVE A LITTLE MORE!)


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5/24/11 7:34 A

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I use the streaks to track little goals I made for 2011.

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5/23/11 8:11 P

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None of my streaks last very long, except one. I'm always early for any appointment. Almost an hour early.

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5/23/11 2:00 P

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I don't keep track of streaks, but I know that if I skip doing something too often, skipping becomes more of a streak than not skipping.

So I aim to go to at least 2-3 tae kwon do classes/week. I aim to attend the Move to Improve Basics class at the gym. I aim to lose weight every week. I aim to remember to spin the wheel every day on SP.

Now the streak I need to get on board with.......drinking water. I just can't seem to get myself to drink more than 16-24 oz of water/day. I know I need to.

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5/23/11 11:56 A

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I recently set up a "streak" system on SP by making my own goals. I can also say that I have all ready broken the streak as well. I'm back on board today, though!

A smile is a curve that can set things straight!



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5/23/11 10:39 A

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Some times. I get irrationally annoyed with myself on the days when I track my food or workouts but forget to spin the wheel. I can never quite manage to get that perfect attendance award at the end of the month.

I'm strangely proud of my current no soda streak. I'm not sure why I started exactly, but I haven't had a diet coke since the first week of January. More than once I've turned down a soda because I didn't want to break my streak more than for any rational reason.

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5/23/11 10:28 A

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I haven't in a long time

Katrina
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You can not change yesterday - it's done.
You can only dream of tomorrow.
The only day you can change is today.
What are you going to do today to reach your goals of tomorrow?

It's supposed to be hard. If it wasn't hard, everyone would do it. The hard is what makes it GREAT

Go little Turtle Go!


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5/23/11 10:03 A

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As long as I am on track, I keep track of everything, including streaks.

*~Danielle~*

"Finish every day and be done with it. You have done what you could; some blunders and absurdities crept in - forget them as soon as you can. Tomorrow is a new day. You shall begin it well and serenely, and with too high a spirit to be encumbered with your old mistakes and nonsense." ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson



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5/23/11 8:26 A

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I'm a little upset at myself, I broke the streak. I've been working so hard to get a question up every weekday, and really had an awesome system down. Then Friday happened. I didn't realize until this morning that I didn't show up here at all Friday, Saturday or Sunday.

So, today's question: Do you keep track of streaks (not necessarily Spark Streaks) that you have accomplished?

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Start: 286 (6/5/10)
Previous Lowest: 222 (8/31/08)

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Final: 180 (reached 4/23/2011) - 173 reached on 4/30/11
Still the same goal. Time to get to work!

(fit into a medium again - goal reached 2/17/11!!!)


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