Weight Watchers

18 Feb 19
williamblanscetjr

Every day I walk this earth it is as if I was suspended above the ground and I feel like I’m walking on air. When it seems as if there is only a sliver of hope and my strength may seem only faint at times that is when the rubber meets the road and I […]

18 Feb 19
Songs Fur a New World

(Photo at the top of the golden door at the King’s palace in Fes) Sorry for the delay in writing another post.  A lot has happened in the last month and half!  The end of my Italy trip was MAGIC. Sicily has a lot of parts that remind me of Morocco, but it was neat […]

18 Feb 19
TimOnTheTrain

I’m really sorry, but the realities of Siberian internet mean that I’m struggling to keep this blog up to date. The problem is that there is no internet available until we get to a large town. The Russians have decided, entirely unreasonably in my view, not to install mobile phone masts and coverage in areas […]

18 Feb 19
CosmoAlessia

The diet I have joined Slimming World after putting two stones on, following two inactivity years, due to a Calcaneal osteotomy and a tibialis posterior transplant. I was looking for a diet that was easy to follow and sensible. Not like all those fad diets or crazy juices without any scientific fundamental. Slimming World is […]

18 Feb 19
Bey.Bunz.Boss

… that I change my mindset, my habits, my routine and my go tos and I better my mind, my body, my brain… and myself. I am new to the blog life and have no idea what I am doing but I want to use this platform to share my daily wins and struggles, hold […]

18 Feb 19
Life With Lisa

How do I spell Freedom? That’s easy! WW WW, formerly Weight Watchers, was an easy decision when it came to my weight loss, and over 3 years later my passion for WW is stronger than ever. It is livable; doable; sustainable. There’s so much freedom & flexibility with the SmartPoints value system AND over 200 […]

18 Feb 19

An early 2019 meme called #10yearchallenge, that involved someone sharing an image from 2008 or 2009 next to one from 2018 or 2019, gained tremendous popular traction and within days spread like a virus across social media. It’s unclear where it started, but was probably prompted by Facebook’s feature that brings back old memories (including pictures) on […]

18 Feb 19
Supermarketonline

Apart from regular exercise, a healthy diet plays a significant role in helping you lose weight. Here’s a list of 10 fruits that aid in weight loss while supplying your body with essential nutrients. Avocado A 50 gram serving of avocado contains only 80 calories! Avocados are also known to burn fat and boost energy […]

18 Feb 19
The Sun
A THREATENED split in the Labour party came closer after the dramatic resignation of seven senior MPs. The seven, who have formed the breakaway Independent Group, quit in protest at Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s handling of Brexit and anti-Semitism. Here’s the lowdown. Chris Leslie with the six other Labour rebels who have formed the breakaway Independent Group Which Labour MPs have quit the party? On February 18 seven MPs held a press conference to announce they were quitting the Labour party. It was the most significant breakaway since the formation of the Social Democratic Party in the early 1980s. The rebels are: Chuka Umunna, MP for Streatham and former shadow business secretary Chris Leslie, MP for Nottingham East and former shadow chancellor Luciana Berger, MP for Liverpool Wavertree Angela Smith, MP for Penistone and Stockbridge Mike Gapes, MP for Ilford South Ann Coffey, MP for Stockport Gavin Shuker, MP for Luton South They are furious at Jeremy Corbyn’s Brexit stance and his handling of the anti-Semitism scandal that still dogs the party. Jewish MP Luciana Berger – who has faced vicious abuse from left-wingers – said: “I cannot remain in a party that I have come to the sickening conclusion is institutionally anti-Semitic.” Chris Leslie said the party had been “hijacked by the machine politics of the hard left”. And Mr Gapes blasted: “I am sickened that the Labour Party is now a racist and anti-Semitic party. The seven rebels from the centrist wing of the Labour party have called themselves The Independent Group. It already has a website although it had no content at the time of the announcement. Its Twitter account racked up more than 15,000 followers in the first hour after it was opened. It is thought they will sit as independents in the House of Commons, rather than forming an official party at this stage. Mr Umunna, seen as the most likely leader of the group, said: “Fundamental change is needed. “The established parties are not up to this change. They can’t be the change as they have become the problem.” Chuka Umunna, once tipped as Labour leader, has led campaigning for a second Brexit poll Is the Labour party splitting? Rumours of a pending split in the Labour party have swirled since Jeremy Corbyn became leader in 2015. And speculation reached a frenzy over the weekend amid reports a group of backbenchers were ready to resign the Labour whip – and possibly start a new centrist party. The confirmation by the seven rebels came after reports Labour moderates had reached breaking point over Jeremy Corbyn’s Brexit stance, particularly his refusal to back a second referendum. On Friday Edinburgh South MP Ian Murray said MPs were “being pushed to the brink” by the party’s Brexit stance and its handling of anti-Semitism claims. It added fuel to frenzied speculation that Labour moderates will finally stage a walk-out and launch a breakaway party within days. Former frontbencher Chuka Umunna said on Thursday he did not “give a damn… about keeping any party together” when compared to the overriding priority of the national interest in avoiding a no-deal Brexit. And ex-shadow chancellor Chris Leslie told the House of Commons Labour supporters are being “played for fools” by the leadership. Mr Murray refused to sign a “provocative” pledge shared on social media as part of efforts to shore up party unity, insisting his loyalty was not in question. On Sunday shadow chancellor John McDonnell warned a split would cost seats like the SDP breakaway in 1981, which “installed Mrs Thatcher in power for a decade”. He told the BBC: “I don’t think any of the people who’ve even been mentioned about this split would want that.” Former party deputy chairman Michael Dugher revealed in the Sun on Sunday he was quitting Labour after 28 years because of anti-Semitism. He said: “It pains me to see what the Labour has become. “I can no longer justify paying subs to a party which I now regard as institutionally anti-Semitic.” Mr Dugher stood down as an MP at the last election, but current MPs have long been said to be close quitting and Brexit could be the tipping point for some. Dozens of Labour MPs are said to be furious with Jeremy Corbyn’s handling of Brexit and the anti-Semitism crisis Will other Labour MPs quit? Up to 100 current MPs fear they will fall victim to a massive purge by new left-wing activists who have flooded the party. Ed Miliband and Yvette Cooper are among those said to be at risk of deselection. Some may decide to jump before they are pushed, switching to a new centrist party that has long been touted in Westminster. Moderates and Remainers have called on the Labour leader to throw his weight behind calls for a second referendum. Until today, fed-up MPs have shied away from quitting but the decision threw the party leadership into fresh turmoil. One of the potential splitters has reportedly told colleagues that if they walk away they want to “burn the house down” on their way out. They will hope backbench colleagues will follow them out the door, Westminster watchers say.ts. Another crunch point could come ahead of a Commons vote on February 27 on Theresa May’s Brexit plans. Some backbenchers are reportedly planning to submit an amendment calling for a People’s Vote, which is not sanctioned by the party leadership. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN POLITICS” posts_category=”318″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] What would a new party look like? If Labour splitters started their own party, it would likely aim for the centre-left ground formerly occupied by Tony Blair’s New Labour. They would pursue social democratic policies and would be against a hard Brexit, and possibly hoping to reverse Brexit altogether. As well as Labour MPs, the breakaway party would hope to attract Lib Dems and pro-EU Tories. But they would face a struggle to make an impact as the electoral odds are against smaller and less established parties. Part of the reason is the first-past-the-post voting system in general elections, which favours the two biggest parties. In 1983 an alliance of the SDP – formed by breakaway Labour politicians – and the old Liberal party won more than 25 per cent of votes nationally but only 23 seats. 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18 Feb 19
Foody.news

A free 7-day flexible weight loss meal plan including breakfast, lunch and dinner and a shopping list. Straight from Skinnytaste!

18 Feb 19
No Onion No Garlic

Rollin Pin is located at the heart of Parel in one of the most happening area. It has all vegetarian menu with finger licking desserts and absolutely delicious food with an open kitchen and in-house bakery. There are also a lot of healthy options for fitness enthusiast like juice blends and smoothies made out of […]

18 Feb 19
Stuff Rater

Guys! This is a real thing! This cruise takes you on a whirlwind tour of the Mediterranean, including Spain, France, and Italy, where you aren’t allowed to eat anything. It costs–minimum–fifteen hundred dollars a person and is–and I cannot stress this enough–a real thing. 0.1/5

18 Feb 19
Sand and Snow

Yeah, we’re more than a month into 2019, but how many of us still need these tips? *Raises hand* Click here to read *This article was originally written for and published by Weight Watchers Canada.

18 Feb 19
Catherine Gallaway

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18 Feb 19
The Lighter Side of Transformation

My years of trying to practice “Moderation Management” with my food have sadly failed.  But thanks to my sister’s polite perseverance, I signed up with the new Weight Watchers (WW) program on 26 JAN 2019 to try one more thing…and I am amazed at how well it is working!  I’m so excited that I’ve shed […]

18 Feb 19
Aleana's Journey

Well as we all know without planning you are planning to fail. Here I am planning out the surgery part of my Transition. That means,1) Weight loss2) Support Network 3) Money (The house will get sold this fucking year!)4) Attorney & Will5) Doctor Visits6) Aftercare7) Life moving forward8) Travel (boat or plane) + Bobbie (a […]