Welcome to our Saturday post-Christmas weigh-in!
Hopefully it’s not too scary when you step on the scales today. It’s been a funny old year, and I think we all deserve to let our hair down a little. How many of you have already searched for “leftover turkey recipes”? 🤣
If you’re on your own this year, or if you’ve had to cancel your plans at the last minute, BridgeGirl is hosting “Bridging the Christmas Gap” at healthunlocked.com/weight-l... where you’ll be more than welcome to join in the festive natter.
We hope that you've all had a good Christmas week and are pleased with the results on the scales. If this isn't the case, don't get despondent, weight loss isn't linear and we're all human. Think of where things may have slipped a little. If you're convinced that you've had a squeaky clean week, then take out the tape measure and see if you've lost inches instead. If that fails to satisfy too, then look back to the beginning of your journey and be proud of how far you've come. Progress may be slow, but if you keep the faith and stick to plan, you'll eventually get the results you've been wanting
Our aim today, is to support and encourage, so we ask that everyone responds to at least THREE other members, including the person directly ahead of you on the thread. This and regular attendance is a bare minimum to earn weight loss badges though and we'd love to see everyone, supporting as many people as possible
To make it possible for Admin to update badges, please log your weight like this:
Start weight -
Last week's weight (or date of last weigh-in) -
Weight today -
Total loss -
Other than that, feel free to share any details of your week that you like.
If you're joining this weigh-in group for the first time today, then please introduce yourself and share your starting weight and your initial weight loss goals. Setting yourself mini-goals, leading to your ultimate weight loss goal, is particularly helpful. You could also make a note of your body measurements. Sometimes the scales stick at a particular weight, but there can be body measurement changes which are very motivating. It’s not all about the scales after all – it’s how you feel in yourself.
Onwards and downwards!!