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The Weight is OVER!

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Stephanie

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I did it!! I spent the money and made the commitment and signed up to Weight Watchers On Line! I've been trying to get ROUND TUIT for over a year. Kept looking for that perfect moment to get started. This morning wasn't perfect at all, but I did it anyway.

 

So, I entered in all my info and got my "point* allowance for the day and realized I had already spent about half of that daily amount with the big breakfast we had eaten of sausages, eggs and grits :sad-smiley-012:

 

But, I don't care, well I do care. What I mean is, I can't do anything about what I had already eaten for breakfast. Right?

 

So, I have been perusing the on line site and they have a list of 'free' foods. That was encouraging. I was glad to see that a lot of my favorite foods are listed there. So, I'm going to cook some brussel sprouts today, I love those things and they are FREE . :wink (2):

 

It has this tracker where you mark down when you drink water, when you take a multivitamin, and other good habits.

 

It has another area where you record your physical activities. You can earn more points to spend on food by doing more activities.

 

I signed up for a three month deal, so we'll see how it goes. You're suppose to lose an average of 2 pounds a week. If I lost 50 lbs by the end of the year I would be ecstatic! What a difference that would make in my energy level, my blood sugar levels, blood pressure and etc...

 

I told Henry that next summer I was going to feel much better than I do this summer! Wish me luck!!

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Good for you! Sometimes a different habit is what we need to look at our daily actions and get needed change.

 

Just something to look at, but I much prefer Calorie King (www.calorieking.com) for nutritional analysis. I use it with my Palm Pilot. It's around $20 (per YEAR) to register and no renewal fees or additional fees. They have single items, fast food, restuarant, etc. and all the carb, sodium, fat, etc. counts so you don't have to think about it.

 

I personally find this easier than 'points' because it can be so easy to ignore the actual nutritional value of the food and forget that there is TONS of non-WW approved food available. Also, we stick to the Diabetic meal plans pretty close - Low carb, high protein, low fat, high veggies & fruits.

 

Good luck!

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