Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Weigh In

Just a quick post...

Tonight I weighed in, its not quite been a week since I've stepped on the scale  (last weighed in on Saturday, 4 days ago).  I do prefer if I can, to weigh in on Saturday mornings, its first thing out of bed, no food in my belly, etc.  You know the excuses.  Wednesday night weigh ins means I've had breakfast, and lunch, and stopped drinking water after lunchtime.  Of course I'd have better results on Saturday.


Unfortunately my weigh in wasn't exactly what I wanted (see excuses above) but not a disaster either, I stayed the same this week.

I have to keep things positive!  Otherwise I'll end up just giving up again, and putting on another 10 lbs.

  • I've been to my 4th WW meeting in a row
  • I didn't gain any weight
  • I've been working hard this week and I'm feeling good for it
  • I'm eating much better than I have in over 6 months.
  • I feel like my clothes are starting to fit a little better.
Positive right????

This weekend I have a lot of food challenges and temptations to face and overcome.  I hope I can handle them well, I'd hate to ruin all the hard work I've put in this week!

4 comments:

Bonnie Brown said...

Congrats on your 5 positives!

Melinda said...

I am using you as my inspiration to get back on program. I need to get back in gear so at the very least I will maintain over the Holiday season

Maureen said...

As I see it a sts is as good as a loss and a whole lot better than a gain. You certainly sound in the right place, so I am sure you will see some good results soon.

I've been back at ww since the summer and have lost 14lbs so far. It's been a slow process but so worth it.

Dee said...

I didn't know you were still blogging here .....glad you are.

My newest trick to avoiding sweets is ....."I know what that tastes like. I don't need to eat it."

Most of the time it works. I've noticed most sweets don't taste as good as I think they will. I hate eating calories and being disappointed. I'm trying real hard to save the splurges on things that are really, REALLY worth it.