We Found a Scale We Highly Recommend! How Would You Use It?

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There have been a few scales over the years that we think are a good idea for people who have a romance (spelled obsession) with the thing.  One has always been the Yay! scale that Marilyn Wann developed many years ago.  I remember at an ASDAH meeting where she debuted it, she had us all “weighing” ourselves on it.  I weighed “Fine.”  It took me a while to begin to interpret that according to the definition “of superior quality.”  But I digress.

Last night through one of the listservs I belong to, I learned of the Perfect Scale Orange Daisy (buy it here).  And thought what a perfect gift for many of us.  I can see it now in my guest bathroom.

I’m posting on the Me First blog next week about Making Your List & Checking It Twice.  The piece doesn’t get into gift ideas at all, but I’m thinking how I could revise it to include this.  You can help me figure that out by answering this question:

How would you use this scale? 

 

 


4 responses to “We Found a Scale We Highly Recommend! How Would You Use It?”

  1. Regina @ The Tampa Bay Saver says:

    Love it! This is the ‘perfect’ gift. We make it a point not to keep the scale in the house, but we might have to make an exception for this one. 🙂

  2. HRSG says:

    HI! Thank you so much for the wonderful comments on my scale! I started making these with one for myself, and it has now become very much a battle cry from women striving to have no need for another scale. To date I’ve made 6 scales and each one was for someone with struggles with food, one way or the other.

    Thank you again!
    Be well.
    Helen

  3. Regina @ The Tampa Bay Saver says:

    That’s great Helen! What a wonderful idea. I posted it on my sites facebook page and everyone loved it!

  4. HRSG says:

    Thank you, Regina! It is so much appreciated!

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Marsha Hudnall, MS, RDN, CD

Marsha has been a guiding force at Green Mountain at Fox Run since 1986. In addition to overseeing a professional program that helps women establish sustainable approaches to healthy living, she is a respected thought leader when it comes to managing eating, emotions and weight. She has been a voice of reason for the last three decades in helping people move away from diets, an area in which she is personally as well as professionally versed. An accomplished writer and speaker, Marsha is the author of six books, including the online course Disordered Eating in Active and Sedentary Individuals (co-authored by Karin Kratina, PhD, RD, Human Kinetics), What You Need to Know about Carbohydrates (Academy for Nutrition and Dietetics [The Academy]), What You Need to Know about Vitamin and Mineral Supplements (The Academy), and The Pregnancy Cookbook (co-authored by Donna Shields, RD, Berkeley Publishing). She has worked extensively on a national basis to educate the public about nutrition and the impact of dieting on eating behaviors, including binge eating and emotional eating. Active in many organizations helping to further the cause of health and wellness, Marsha currently serves as vice chair of the Binge Eating Disorder Association and vice president of The Center for Mindful Eating and has been active in the Association for Size Diversity and Health in support of Health at Every Size(R) principles.

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