Weekly Weigh In #1

Hey hey -

I’m starting weekly weigh ins again at #1 since I’m just beginning weight watchers…again. Today was a good day because I weighed in… and I am down

2.4 pounds!

Yay! I’m so glad I had good results, becuse now I’m motivated to keep it up and keep on trackin’. I want to be down another two next week – and I can do it if I stay strong, positive and focused.

Here’s one thing I love about Weight Watchers – you can still indulge. I just had some air-popped popcorn with real melted butter on it, and that was no biggie, because it fit into my daily points. I lost weight this week and was still able to eat Chicken Parmesan, drink two hard apple ciders, and eat candy. They’re not always healthy choices, but they’re realistic choices when at an event. I love that nothing is “off limits” and I can splurge as long as I’m honest about it and make sacrifices elsewhere, like having fruit instead of crackers.

My 2.4 pound loss was definitely the highlight of my day, because I feel inspired and encouraged. What was the highlight of your day today?

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4 thoughts on “Weekly Weigh In #1

  1. Hahahahhaa I did google it and you’re right, super funny LOL.

    Good job on the weight loss! I’m scared to step on the scale this week after my loss last week… I think I’m going to only weigh in every two weeks for these first little bits.

    Maybe I’ll actually go to the gym this weekend!

  2. Great job on the loss! Today had little highlight and I found myself on a potential emotional binder. However, now that I think about it…the highlight was that I did some journaling instead of stuffing my face like I wanted to. I’m all set to pick my ass back up and go again. Keep up the great work!

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