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    It's so hard for me (I also have pcos which means losing weight is especially hard).

    I'm back to having 28kg to lose.

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    Maybe we are due for another challenge?

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    My mum has a fitbit and but the fitbit itself keeps falling out of the wristband. Any advice? Can you purchase other types of wristbands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meredithgrey View Post
    Sounds good. I'm am trying to stop being so exhausted after work to do exercise. I feel like exercise would help with the constant tiredness, but I'm too tired to exercise!!

    loving looking at the hr graphs at the end of the day - can definitely pick the stressful days at work.
    That sounds like a really great use of the hr function!

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    Quote Originally Posted by emmaz View Post
    My mum has a fitbit and but the fitbit itself keeps falling out of the wristband. Any advice? Can you purchase other types of wristbands.
    Yeah doesn't sound right to me. I would contact Fitbit or the place of purchase for a refund

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    How are we all going? I'm not really meeting my steps but @hwaterhouse is absolutely smashing hers! What are you doing to get 20,000+ steps a day?!?!

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    Haha @Qrazelna! I think I only got over 20k one day. I usually get 10k but I'm back at the gym. Ellie doesn't sit well in a pram anymore during a long walk. That way she can play in the crèche while I'm on the treadmill. Doing a Galloway running program. And Parkrun each Sat morning (5km timed run).

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    Quote Originally Posted by meredithgrey View Post
    Gotta love seeing all that green!
    Great stuff!!! How have you been tracking with your goals?

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    Hi everyone. I have a Fitbit charge hr. I am crap with my step count though Looking forward to getting some tips in this thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by HearMeRoar View Post
    Hi everyone. I have a Fitbit charge hr. I am crap with my step count though Looking forward to getting some tips in this thread
    I am too it's a rare day I actually get to 10,000. And when I do it's usually because I've been shopping.
    I always park my car furthest from the entry (DS is in a pram though will prob be different when he refuses to go in it anymore). I go for a quick walk around the block on my lunch break, I get up and ask people questions at work rather than emailing them (when possible) etc. just little things that make up a whole

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