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Weekly Weigh-In: Week of September 1
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Louise_WebMD_Staff posted:
Weighing in is totally optional, but if it isn't optional for you--share your progress with us. You can either share your actual weight, or the difference in weight each week.

Share your weekly weigh-in once a week, right before you start a new week of your plan. (No matter what day of the week that is...)

Don't forget the Four S's of Weighing Yourself :

* Same time of day, on the

* Same day each week, wearing the

* Same clothing, and using the

* Same scale

Here's an easy way to format your weigh in: (but include the parts meaningful to YOU)

Date Started:

Goal Weight:

Weight when starting:

Waist when starting:

Weight or Pounds Off This Week:

Waist This Week:

Notes on progress or trouble spots:

Goals for the Upcoming Week:
~Louise


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Louise_WebMD_Staff responded:
1.25 lb here. I thought it would be more considering all the meals I missed last week--but I did get my period on top of it. Yes, I know the losing weight because I was sick would come back fast, but it always is a wee bit encouraging.
~Louise Senior Community Moderator


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