This Eat Smart Digital Bathroom Scale is a great way to track those weight loss goals for the new year. It’s really easy and quick to use this scale—you don’t need to press anything to begin, you just start standing on the scale, and you’ll get your weight instantly.
Like many of my readers, one of my goals is to get healthy this year. One of the ways to make that a measurable goal is by saying I plan to lose a certain amount of weight. Through diet and exercise, I plan on reaching my goal this year, and will be using this Eat Smart scale to help me know how I’m doing along the way. I didn’t indulge in too many sweets this holiday season, but more than I normally would. It is getting in to the colder winter months, and I really need some motivation in order to get enough exercise—when all I want to do sometimes is hibernate under some blankets. This new scale is a visual reminder and motivator that I need to get things moving, and be more active this year than last.
Here are a few of the things that I like most about the Eat Smart scale:
- The big, easy to read numbers – I don’t always have my glasses on when I am in the bathroom, so it’s nice to be able to see the numbers on the scale.
- How pretty the glass scale looks in my bathroom – with the glass, I don’t need to worry about the scale ruining the look of my bathroom and clashing with my décor.
- The different measurements (kilograms, pounds and stone).
- The scale is a nice weight – not too heavy, not too light. I can tuck it out of the way easily but I’m not worried about it falling apart or breaking.
The Eat Smart scale can be purchased from Amazon.
Just to give you an idea of how nice, and big the numbers are on this scale.
It’s a good idea to weigh yourself around the same time of day each time, as one’s weight naturally fluctuates throughout the day. I normally weight myself in the evening, before bed time. What time of day do you usually weight yourself?
So easy to read!
Some ways that I plan on reaching my fitness goals this year include exploring the new-to-me parks in my area of the city, joining the local rec centre, occasionally walking to work, and just getting out of the house more often.
You just need to flick the switch to change the measurement setting.
Do you have a scale that you use regularly, in your home?
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I received the Eat Smart scale in order to write this post.