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Amedley

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Posted: 29 Aug 2007, 14:22
Ya'll know that you can join WW online without paying. you don't get the etools, but you do get hints, ideas and the message boards. it's a great help!
Take less than offered, give more than expected.
recipekitche...

Joined: Sep 07
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Posted: 14 Sep 2007, 17:34
Hello, I have been on WW since 1/1 and I use the online features. I do however also have etools. But you are correct. You can get great info without it Very Happy
Shawn
Started Weight Watchers on 01/01/07
Lost a total of 47.2 lbs to date.
psalm46v10

Joined: Oct 07
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Posted: 18 Oct 2007, 10:44
How do I sign up for WW online for free?
Christin
psalm46v10

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Posted: 18 Oct 2007, 15:54
I went to WeightWatchers.com and It says the cost for WW Online is $65.00 for the first 3 months & $16.95 for each month after that. Am I looking in the wrong place?
Thx
Christina
choth

Joined: Aug 07
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Posted: 18 Oct 2007, 23:56
It's not free. You can join get the info. and do it on your own. I ordered books off EBay, but I paid more than what WW charges.
Pat
ntt2

Joined: Oct 07
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Posted: 19 Oct 2007, 20:45
If you don't have the weight watcher books that tell you how many points the food is check out the www.dwlz.com website for food point values. If your current weight is less than 150 pounds then you should use 18-23 points a day.
Hope this helps - you can get all the recipes from the weight watchers site for free and check out their message boards for ideas.
Once and for all,
Bellie B. Gawn
cgordon7447

Joined: Oct 07
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Posted: 20 Oct 2007, 02:26
I hope I don't get in trouble for this, but you can kind of cheat the weight watchers program if you think you can do it alone. Weight watchers had a free 1 week trial online, and then you get charged the monthly fee, etc. So what I did was signed up for the trial, found out how much my points would be at my current weight, then 10 lbs lighter, then again until my goal weight. You can easily find out point values online. I honestly don't think you should have to pay to want to lose weight. I think going to meetings is probably a good idea, but we'll see how well I can do on my own at first.
"Never give up on a dream just because of the length of time it will take to accomplish it. The time will pass anyway"
MAGNETLADY

Joined: Feb 07
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Posted: 20 Oct 2007, 15:46
I too taught i can do it on my own...stop going to the meetings two years ago.... i put it all back on and some...(some of us need the meeting to help us)....this site will share tips and idea that we rec'd from out weight watcher team leader and or our friends at the meetings..to help you and everyone else lose these unwanted pounds...Good Luck with your weight lost....Very Happy
3Blessings

Joined: Aug 07
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Posted: 21 Oct 2007, 06:47
Hi. I do meetings and online. i do not mean to offend when I right this, but b/c you can't write inflection in email it sometimes comes off offensive...so PLEASE, I am not being offensive. You are right, one doesn't have to pay to lose weight which is why there is much info in public domain. However, if one wants a specific diet, then one should pay. Even if it is buying a book. You should pay for someone's time, effort and research.
Live simply. Love generously.
Care deeply. Speak kindly.
Leave the rest to God.
princessdrop...

Joined: Oct 07
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Posted: 21 Oct 2007, 10:18
Wow, i am at exactly this crossroad right now -- i pay $39/mo. for WW but haven't gone to the meetings or used the online or ANYTHING. I really feel the only feature i need is the automatic points calculator and the no longer existent live chat. I have gone to meetings but HATE them becuase the people i have met there are like me -- all talk and no action!!! I don't want to sit around & talk about recipes -- i want to talk weightloss strategies but in the group setting you really can't get the answers you want on how to tailor the program to your own specific needs. Perhaps it's bc we don't have good leaders here bc a lot of ppl tell me they have great meetings where they are...in any case, i think i am going to do it using DWLZ, the tools i have collected over the years, and hopefully with the help of this site. The bottom line is MOVE MORE EAT LESS and find yourself a support system that works for you!!
I would LOVE to get a live chat started here -- is there one or can we start one via msn or yahoo? would anyone like to do that?
ctina

Joined: Oct 07
Posts: 5

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Posted: 21 Oct 2007, 11:00
I did WW a couple of years ago and wasn't that thrilled with my leader/group either, so I have decided to do it on my own this time. I still have the paperwork regarding points and such and I ordered a points calculator on ebay. So far so good. Some people really benefit from the meetings, but they aren't for everyone. The main idea for me is being disciplined with my eating and exercise and realizing that it's not just for short term, but forever (lifestyle change----correct). That's what we can't forget. You can't look at it as a diet to do until you drop the weight or you WILL gain it all back. That's something I keep having to remind myself of. (so not fun!)Good Luck to all!
eaglegrl

Joined: Sep 07
Posts: 11

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Posted: 25 Oct 2007, 10:23
choth wrote:
It's not free. You can join get the info. and do it on your own. I ordered books off EBay, but I paid more than what WW charges.


There are two parts to the online program
1. the whole shootin match (NOT FREE), you get all the "materials",the journal aspect of it, the forums etc.

2. the community only (FREE), you get the forums and the community recipes etc. No calc, no journal, no "materials" sent by email.



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