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The only thing that could make my Fitbit better.....

Wednesday, January 02, 2013

....Is if it had a speaker so that when it talked to me I knew it! I would love it if my fitbit shouted out things like "Hey get off your butt" or "I hope your not eating right now" or "WTG keep up the good work" or "Hey your about to lose a spot on the leader board" emoticon

With that said I really love that my exercise is wirelessly up loaded and tracked for me and I love that there is a scale that would send my weight to the website....My husband says this is imposable but, I really need them to invent something that calculates my calories as I'm eating them or...when I make a dish for it to tell me exactly how many calories are in my portion as I'm dishing it up ...I dont know about the rest of you ...but, when I am eating right I have no problem tracking my food ...its when I'm not making good decisions that I need to know my calories and the last thing I'm going to do when I'm shoveling food into my mouth when I'm stress is keep track of the calories but if as I was eating them a little electronic device was like 100 calories....200 calories ...1000 calories ...."for the love of god put down the fork" least then I would know how much walking I had to do in order to reverse the damage....

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    2815 days ago
    Haha I giggled at the "put down the fork" bit!! Love it! If they can invent a device that tells you how many cals you burn, then I'm sure someone somewhere can invent a device to tell you how many cals you are eating!!! emoticon
    2815 days ago
    2816 days ago
    No kidding! Maybe someone will invent something that you can wear that will count your intake of calories and talk to you when you're off track. lol.

    Let's hit the drawing board...we'd be rich!
    2816 days ago
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