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chanie wrote: »
Lovely day here in London.
DD started throwing up during the early hours of the morning - firstly in her bed and then twice in mine and OH's bed. I couldn't go into work today, but I have been doing some work from home (whilst tackling the mountain of bedding I have needed to wash from DD throwing up).
I think I might have a nap now... been up since 3am.
lessonlearned wrote: »
Just had to come and share.......
If my scales are right then this morning I have smashed through the 12 stone barrier.....wahoo. :rotfl: so pleased.
wow well done , you are doing amazing xxx
Moll wrote: »
ive been doind Slimming World ( At home ) to lose the weight , but MANY yerars ago i used to go to Weight Watchers, and have to admit i lost more weight there. Im sure it was because they control portion sizes better. BUT it was before they changed to ...was it pro points? anyway it was different , and i didnt like it , For the people who do WW, how does it work now ? im wondering if id be better going to a WW group , ? How does it work now , is there a lot of variety of foods i can eat? and can you still claim points back with exersize? I CAN do it at home , i dont need the support of a WW group to stick to it like some do , but its been so many years that i dont have any of the books now so wouldnt have a clue what i could or couldnt eat
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