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3/27/12 3:30 P

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I bought my latest one from Target for about $30, its the biggest loser by Taylor. The only thing I don't like about it is that it doesn't have a back light for the weight so I can't weigh myself when my husband is still asleep in bed, lol.

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SW: 242.4
CW: 185

~57.4 lbs gone and still going strong~

~55 lbs until Goal~

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 current weight: 175.4 
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3/27/12 3:27 P

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I have the Curves scale which has been very accurate for me. It gives a weight that is pretty darn close to the doctors' office scales and will also give you other measurements like body fat % and bone density, although I don't know how accurate those measurements are. For the weight it will give me the same number when I stand on it 3 timres in a row.

Original SW on 1/1/11 - 204.4 lbs.
Original GW on 9/1/11 - 134.5 lbs
Original GOAL ACHIEVED! 70 lbs. banished!

Time zone: EST

New SW on 1/1/19 - 204, back to the very beginning
New GW by 12/31/20 - 135

Mind the Gap! between what we know we should do and what we actually choose to do.


 current weight: 197.4 
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3/27/12 3:16 P

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The scale we have at home is incredibly unreliable. I usually weight myself three of four times to get an accurate number because it jumps around so much. So today I weighed myself and got two weights the same, then one .8 lbs above that, so I weighed myself 3 more times and it was FOUR lbs higher than the original number. I just want something that will be the same each time I step on it instead of having to guess what number it really is. I would prefer something not super fancy just reliable for my husband and I to use.

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