Sunday Sharing: Thinking Slimmer with Slimpod and public accountability

In one year of many attempts, I’ve lost the grand total of 0.5lb.
During that year I’ve gained 1 stone, lost 1.5 stone, gained 1 stone, lost 0.5 stone … And so on.

Half pound weight loss in a year
Over the last few months I’ve been looking into what works best for me. Being in Fitbit challenges made me move but not enough to challenge the leaders but a month ago, I decided to share my steps daily via my Instagram account and for some reason, that has meant that on 28 days of 30, I’ve hit my goal.

fitbit goal - 28 out of 30
Holding myself to account publicly has helped.

So how do I use that knowledge on the weight-loss journey?

Something for me to think about as I return to my Thinking Slimmer Slimpod – this really helped me earlier this year as I mentioned, but like many of us, I  thought I could carry on alone.   So how do I go about Thinking Slimmer with Slimpod and public accountability?

What works for you?

I would love suggestions from you as to how I can use this knowledge of public accountability to help me.  I am certain I am not comfortable sharing my weight on line, maybe a few people I trust to do that with.  Have you ever shared your weight on line to help motivate you?  How did it work for you?

 

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  1. Debbie says:

    I think just publishing this blog is a great first step for accountanility – also joining the Slimpod Drop a Dress size challenge and checking in with your buddies on Facebook. You don’t have to tell people how much you weigh – just saying how much you have lost is fine.

    Alternatively don’t weigh at all and measure your success with a ribbon. It has no numbers on it so nobody can judge you on your start point (including you!) but you can see progress easily .
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