It’s safe to say that EVERYONE spent more time at home throughout the pandemic than probably any other year of their lives.
It MIGHT have been harder to get exercise . . . harder to be “active” . . . harder to eat healthy meals . . . and harder to avoid snacking.
So the question is: How often did you weigh yourself in quarantine?
In a survey that was conducted at roughly the COVID-19 one-year mark, 16% of people claimed they didn’t step on a scale at any time during the pandemic.
8% said they did at least once during the pandemic. 15% weighed themselves sometime in the past six months. And 18% have done it in the last month. The most common answer was “in the last couple of days” with 23% of the vote.
On the flip-side, 2% of people claim they have NEVER weighed themselves.