By Sarah Hockley - 11th January 2014 8:00am
Hi, I'm Sarah your local Weight Watchers' leader (the shorter one in the photo!).
I run the Weight Watchers' meeting in Haddenham Village Hall on Wednesday evenings at 6.30pm. In 2013, Haddenham members collectively lost over 110 stone.
I joined Weight Watchers in October 2010 after the birth of my first child. I joined with my sister-in-law (the taller one!) to get into a size 14/16 bridesmaid dress for her wedding in June 2011. We both succeeded in fitting into our dresses and needed them refitting for the big day. BUT both of us assumed we'd just stop at reaching the goal of getting to her wedding but not our actual weight goal. Sound familiar?
In the event our welcome weight loss continued and my sister-in- reached goal in September 2011 and I did so in Jan 2012 — only to find out I was pregnant with my second child.
My sister-in-law has now been a successful gold member of Weight Watchers for over two years and I have successfully lost the baby weight again. Between us we have lost 11.5 stone.
"Together is Better". And with the new Weight Watchers Simple Start you can make 2014 your year to shine. I look forward to seeing you in the meeting.
Sarah (Mobile: 07582 070 420
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