I'm Kirsten, from Canada.
I'm trying my best to lose weight as quickly as I can (while doing so in a healthy manner) but I'm a snacker, so sometimes I sabotage myself into gaining it back. I'm on WW as well as tracking here, so right now I have 5% of my body weight as my first goal. I hope to continue setting 5% goals until I reach my overall goal of 160-175 pounds.
hey im liz and im trying to lose the weight that doesn't go there,
I want to know what people are doing to lose weight,my goal is to lose 30lbs it sounds easy but i can't lose 1lb,then when i lose that i want to lose 20lbs more im not trying to go to fast on this is better to go slow but to keep it of so let me know any easy ways to do this,its hard with 2 kids and a husband that wont stop eating,
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