Using Fitbit to lose weight is an awesome strategy. That is if you use it. Lately, I’ve been cleaning out my craft room making space for a new business adventure and noticed a little black bug peeking out from a container. I went to smash it, but it didn’t move. I swept it into my rag and almost tossed it in the garbage bin before realizing that it was my Fitbit.
I had taken my Fitbit off after a rash developed on my wrist and totally forgot about it. I intended to make a necklace for it out of some scraps of fabric but never got around to it. I decided that today was a perfect day.
Making a Fitbit Necklace
Making my Fitbit Necklace was easy. Using a piece of leftover scrap fabric, a piece of cord, a necklace finding and a hot glue gun. It was super easy. Basically, cut a rectangle like a mini sleeping bag and glue together. Then, attach the finding and thread the cord through. Easy as pie. Not sure why it took me so long to do it!
Using Fitbit to Lose Weight
This week I’ve been using Fitbit to lose weight and can already see a remarkable difference in my workouts and eating regimen. I wear it every day and tuck it under my shirt. I use the Fitbit app to track my progress as well as the Weight Watchers app, which incidentally you can hook your Fitbit up to as well.
So far the results are accurate. I’ll need to make something for when I ride my bike since I’m not sure using Fitbit as a necklace will work for that activity. I’ll give a try before I whip out the glue gun.
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