We just started a Weight Watchers program that takes place at lunchtime once a week. We have almost 25 participants. Yesterday I stopped in to see how everyone was doing. In the 7 weeks we have been doing this, our employees have lost a total of 131 pounds.
You should have seen each person beaming as they were sharing with me how much they each lost. Even down to Mary Hynes who just joined one week ago. Mary has been with us for 35 years and is just about as cute as they come (all 5 foot of her)-well she lost one pound!
All good, from the person who has lost one pound to the “biggest loser” who has lost 12 pounds. I was so proud of what they have done. Let me tell you, they are one motivated group!
I will keep you posted on their progress by I am sure each and every one of them will achieve their goal. Go Bigelow Tea Weight Watchers Team GO!
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