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Tuesday, July 28, 2009

I am getting mad at Spark again. I keep entering long blogs and then it disappears and I lose all of it!!!!! This is what happened last time and why I quit Spark- I get too agitated with it and I don't need the added agitation for my wellbeing...

Anyway- Calorie Cycling- Already blew it this morning after an hour of meal planning. I am going to step down and just concentrate on getting my calories below 1550 first. At least 5 in a row. Then I'll try the calorie cycling. Baby steps.
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    This is why 'copy & paste' can be your best friend. I use this feature on anything long, here on Spark, as emails and Page info disappear a lot on me. Prevents frustration. emoticon
    3788 days ago
    The same thing has been happening to me. It is frustrating, but I am determined that nothing is going to stop me from pressing on. It is worth it Kyla, and I am sure it will be fixed soon. Hang in there.
    3789 days ago
    Funny you posted this just now... I just did the same blog 3 times, cause it looked like it wasn't posting... but now I have 3 blogs on the same exact thing. Triple argh! Actually- this is the first time I've had that problem in about a year. I wonder if they were updating something just now?
    Sometimes I do a rough draft in Word- but then you get those weird work *! symbols on the page.
    Oh, well.
    Sorry for the agro, hope to see you still round and bout, my sweet salty friend. Your body/health/life is worth the effort.
    3789 days ago
    I understand the frustration of typing up the perfect blog post only to have it disappear. That happened twice to me this week, so I decided to pre type in a Word document. Once I'm done all I have to do is copy/paste it into the blog,and Ta-Da I'm all done.

    Keep up the work you are doing, it is worth it.
    3789 days ago
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