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Is this a sign?

Friday, July 29, 2016

I was thinking about rejoining weight watchers because I would have a more accountable tracking system and help with menus and eating and what not. And I looked online yesterday to see what the cost would be. I did nothing. Today when I got home from work and checked the email, I was sent a Flash Sale! from weight watchers to join the online plus for half price plus another $10 off.
I am thinking I should just do it, because I want to lose 25lbs before going to see my mom again at the end of October, and there is no reasonable excuse to not do it. Its only 2lbs a week, and totally doable if I would put in the effort.
Do it? Skip it and try myself? Is this a sign? LOL
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  • MISSUSRIVERRAT
    I agree that the site tracked you. I have had similar things happen when I started a cart on a site and then backed out. In fact, I try using that as a technique to get coupons and discounts.
    However...if you feel in your gut that it is the right thing to do....WHY NOT ??
    1176 days ago
  • SIOBANGMOM
    I like spark people which is free but you don't have the accountability of an official weigh in. I've done both and liked the group setting in weight watchers. May be worth a try
    1176 days ago
  • AMRU333
    I think their site tracked you were there and sent you an offer. If you feel you need WW then go for it. I am working with my chiro and tracking my food and I check in with his office weekly. I like you felt I needed to be accountable to someone too.
    1176 days ago
  • MELSMIMI
    I do Sparks but my daughter does WW. She needs the accountability and that keeps her going. I can't afford WW. I have done WW starting in 1972 and have always lost the weight. It is a good program but Sparks works for me and I' m thankful.
    1176 days ago
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