I like the Taylor brand "Biggest Loser" scale. It seems to be the most accurate I've had and you can set it up to save your progress so you can look back on how much weight you've lost. It was $40 last year at Walmart and it is digital.
I got this.
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So I'm just finally getting into really wanting to change my lifestyle; get in shape, maybe lose a few pounds. Any ideas on how to keep myself motivated? I'm serious about doing it this time, but I sadly still feel unmotivated for whatever reason.
Good question! I have no idea really. Bought mine at Zellers. I like digital for sure, especially with decimal points :) I've heard good things about the WW digital scales, if you dont' mind the price.
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