And it's free.
Yeah. Usually, the free plans come with some kind of catch - like you have to drink SlimFast or use that Alli crap (which might not be crap, but whatever).
I'm going to try it. Free doesn't hurt. If it can help me quit smoking, that would be awesome too. It's nasty. I know it's nasty (but I'm kind of reluctant to quit, because I don't get breaks or anything at work... so I take three cigarette breaks throughout the day just to get outside, and nobody bugs me or anything).
I noticed something this week... I feel more energized. I don't feel like I'm lumbering around anymore. That's weird, because I've only lost 5 pounds so far, but it feels like there's been a difference. Maybe it's in my head, but I like it. I felt like getting out and doing something... only yesterday I started getting some weird effed up congestion, which I'm not sure if it's allergies or a cold... I feel a little better today, but my ear is all plugged up and my throat feels funky. It kept me up for most of the night (I finally fell asleep around 6:30 this morning.... thank god for Saturdays). I'm going to just fart around and relax for a couple of hours, and then I've got some cleaning to do, and hopefully I'll feel ok enough to go do something with Jon tonight. I feel bad, because I was sick early in the week, too with bubble guts, and then I went out with another friend on Thursday night (I had pizza... I'm sorry, but if you live semi-close to a Lou Malnatti's and you like Chicago deep-dish pizza, you know it's like crack)...
So this ended up being a ramble, but the main thing was about the Spark People thing. What do you guys think? I need to learn better habits eventually, but I just don't trust myself to do the right thing in most situations.