SUGARGLIDER12
2,500-3,999 SparkPoints 3,347
SparkPoints
 
Photos
See this image larger
Puppy!



See this image larger
Flying!


SparkGoodies
go to goodies page
Miss You
From:
Fit to Write
go to goodies page
Clover
From:
go to goodies page
Yoga Mat
From:
Awards

Shared Fitness Tracker
 
Interact with SUGARGLIDER12
Add as SparkFriend Send Private Message Leave Comment


It still counts as flying.

Member Since: 1/18/2015

Fitness Minutes: 2,704

My Goals:


My Program:



Personal Information:


Other Information:




Read More About SUGARGLIDER12 - Profile Information moved here. (Updated February 4)




Shown if member clicks "Read More"








(Shown after Message Board Posts)
Add a Link
Save Changes
Blogs
This user doesn't have any public blog entries.
SparkFriends
 
 
 
 
Login to Leave Comment
Comments
  • v RENAEPARANORMAL
    Thank you so much for filling out the introduce yourself questionnaire over a t Fit to Write. I really appreciate getting an overview of my teammates' personalities and goals.

    I had to laugh when I read your nutrition goals. I explain my bad food choices like that all the time: "Because I am a CHILD, that's why!" I will always love my childish foods--Kraft mac & cheese, bologna sandwiches, sugar-sweetened cereals, plain old candy bars, etc. Luckily I've also developed a taste for some more mature food, though even there I tend toward too much bread. I'm trying to learn to love vegetables too. I do cook at home a lot, but I have to stay away from the carb-laden comfort recipes that were the staple of my youth.

    When I read your writing thoughts / goals, it occurred to me that you might want to take what I call a Writer's Rendezvous every week. Make it a date. Pretend you are having an affair with your project. Make it fun and a little sneaky, if that's a thing for you :)

    Write some mysterious initials on you calendar, then, when the appointed date comes, go somewhere nice and spend an hour or two with your project. (Or disappear behind a closed door at home and don't let anyone disturb you.)

    If you've ever read The Artist's Way, by Julia Cameron, you'll recognize that this is similar to an Artist Date, but it's about falling in love with your story rather than filling the inspiration well.

    I should take this to a thread over at FtW, because there are lots of different ways to use the concept of a Writer's Rendezvous, depending on where you are in your project. (And because I shouldn't be thinking aloud on your page!)

    Thanks again for joining and introducing yourself. The team is still in its early, quiet days, but things are starting to come together I think. I hope we can build a great community to support our journeys toward being healthier and more productive writers.

    Renae
    emoticon


    1758 days ago