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Wednesday, April 03, 2013

So I'm not the sort who likes hard work, because work isn't very fun. Instead I like turning everything into a game because playing is fun. So to get healthier in both my mind and body I use different and fun ways to get in shape and help improve my mind and well being. Here’s the list from my video:

If anyone is interested in playing Health Month for this month or next and want to make more than 3 rules (3 rules is free, any more and its 5$ a game) then please shoot me an e-mail or comment on here. I have 3 sponsor chips and would be happy to sponsor any Sparkers!

I use this as my main tracker. I'll hopefully be getting a device soon!

Where I'm learning to cope with my stress and anxiety. I think the site is still in Beta, but I have 5 invitations, so if anyone wants to join this, again, e-mail or comment and I'd be happy to set you up!

my fun way to exercise. Earn points and badges and free things! I love free things!

If I forgot anything I mentioned, just let me know and I'll link them too! Till later!
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  • no profile photo CD575791
    thanks for putting self esteem as motivation too, I like having friendlier thoughts for myself born from the adventure of taking care of my body. I had something brilliant to say- but it got away from me on the keyboard.... Thanks for vlog emoticon
    2649 days ago
    Def. checking these things out :-) I have the same perspective too about getting healthy.. why not make it into a fun game? You'll be having too much fun to worry about if your weight is coming off fast or not and that's good because it doesn't matter, it's not a race.. it's just a fun game :-)
    2650 days ago

    Comment edited on: 4/3/2013 10:53:28 PM
    http://www.nexercise.com looks fun! Checking it out!
    2650 days ago
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