Tuesday, May 17, 2022

To weigh or not to weigh?

 Good afternoon my dear Blogger friends. As many of you know I run Weigh-Less groups : in venue and virtually.

The biggest challenge for a member is to face the scale once a week.   In venue, as the member enters the hall door, I can see whether she is ready and keen to get onto the scale or not. Then it is up to my leadership and guidance to encourage the member who has gained weight or congratulate the one who has succeeded losing weight that week. 

A while ago I snapped Chappie and Missy respectively as regards their attitude to the scale.

Chappie, who, at 5kgs, is over her healthy weight , refuses  to get onto the scale
Missy, a petite kitty, is always quite happy to hop onto the scale! 

NOTE: 3kg  = 6 1/2 pounds and 5kg = 11 pounds 



  1. Almost at the stone mark! Very cool. Congrats.

  2. Smiling. Jazz and I are both reluctant to get on the scales.

  3. My sister in law refuses to weigh, she doesn't want to know the damage, she only gets her weight once a year when the doctor forces it on her. 2 weeks before she goes to the annaul visit she starves herself to lose before she weighs. I am the opposite and weigh myself daily. I want to know if I am staying the same. I have weighed daily since January 26, 2017. just had my five year anniversary. and still the same as i was by the end of the year. the IBS diet keeps me the same each day because if I overeat it gives me symptoms


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