Where can I weigh myself?

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cheesegirl

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Posted: 15 Dec 2008, 11:49
I used to work at a vet, so there was a big scale there. But now that I got fired I have no idea where to weigh myself. Also since I got fired, I don't have extra money. I don't belong to a gym either. So does anyone have any ideas where I can weigh in?
chloe24

Joined: Nov 08
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Posted: 15 Dec 2008, 12:09
Cheesegirl I'm so sorry for all the stuff that has happenede to you.
Don't worry. You'll find a better job and you'll win a better salary.
I'm sure.
Don't worry that you don't belong to a gym. I don't belong to a gym either. I run near the beach or at the parks, I make crunches, push ups at home and I found tones of exercises on internet. I make them. I dance at home and that's really fun.

About the scale; you can go to your local pharmacy maybe they have one. Usually they have. And sometimes I prefer measuring myself than weighing in becase on the scale sometimes it looks like nothing has changed but when you measure yourself u see the difference.
Don't worry, stick to your diet and don't forget to have fun.



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