Here we go folks; it's time to commit to join the "Maintain; Don't Gain" Weight Challenge!
This year the Weight Loss & Dieting Community's decided that instead of trying to lose weight over the Holidays, we will simply try to maintain our current weight, so after the Holidays, we don't have to work twice as hard again to lose what we just gained; instead, on Jan 1, 2011, we should be able to pick up where we left off at Holiday time.
Personally, my weight fluctuates considerably, so I'm going to pick a small "range" that I want to stay within, rather one specific weight.
Coz it's not winter here, can us Aussies still join?Maybe not, as it is coming into summer and easier for us to keep the weight off. I won't be offended if we can't. It IS harder to maintain not gain through winter! good luck to all!
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