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For the past few weeks I have been dreading Thursday rather than looking forward to it. If you asked how I FEEL.. I’d tell you tomorrow will be a +40 day and I’m right back where I started but I know that’s just silly talk. All that has been going through my head today is this (in the voice of Gene Wilder of course) “have so much time, and so little to do! Strike that, reverse it.” I don’t know how I’ll accomplish everything I need to tomorrow before we leave.
I lost 0.9 lbs this week.
I’m more excited about my Mom’s loss than mine at this point! She’s been struggling and I’m so glad she had a good week.
My loss was shocking considering the amount of chocolate I consumed this week.
It’s been a long stress filled week and I’m glad it’s Thursday so the week can reset..
I haven’t felt well since yesterday afternoon (not sure if it’s related to my walk in the smoke yesterday or if I just picked up a bug or something) and I ended up canceling my training session today..which I feel bad about because as much as I hate them… I love them.. I just don’t have it in me to do anything but sit…or sleep.
It’s now countdown to my Cousin’s wedding time… it’s in MD where we used to live and most of the family is coming (our shared family is mostly all in MI) so I get to see my Mom, my Grandpa, an uncle who will probably hassle me and my “concerned” cousin who I ranted about earlier as well as aunts and other cousins. I’m excited to see everyone..only my Mom has seen me since I have started loosing weight. My awesome cousin even made sure I could eat at her reception!! I love her!!
from the Jr’s Department… OH HELL YEAH!!
- ME: My body is jello
- Whitey: Pudding or gelatin?
- ME: Gelatin
- Whitey: You'll be ok... just remember you have to sit in the fridge for 4 hours.
- ME: Fuck I hate him.... jump fuckin squats!
- Whitey: Jump squats on his broken corpse?
- ME: Conditioning was treadmill sprints for 10 min at 6 incline and 6 mph
- Whitey: Trainers are psycho. You should definitely be getting results though... you investing in ben-gay muscle rub?
- ME: Actually I don't get nearly as sore as I used to. I can tell my legs and shoulders have improved.
- Whitey: Just ran 3 miles in 25:01...I'm dying...
- ME: SHIT! I just walked today - 1 hr 36 min..it was cooler but humid..ick
- Whitey: It was my best time yet...felt like death afterwards
- ME: I know that feeling..I had it yesterday with jump squats
- Whitey: Squat jumps I believe are a layer of hell
- ME: They are one of the lower levels
- NB: We are going to start out with some jump squats.
- ME: Whoa we did that last time
- NB: When was that?
- ME: Tuesday
- MB: Well today is Thursday
- ME: (groan)
- NB: You did not do jump squats on Tuesday
- ME: Yes I did because my friend and I were discussing how they were the lowest level of hell.
- NB: Well I'm glad to hear you like them so much because you're doing them again.
- (Lazy fat girl voice in my head cursed him out big time!)
Article By: WeightWatchers.com Editors
Sometimes all you need to stay on Plan is a little nugget of sound advice. Find an inspirational phrase or quote that works for you, then repeat it as needed, as a reminder that you can be successful if you’re committed to your goals.
We reached out to you, our readers, on the WeightWatchers.com Community and on Facebook to hear which mantras keep you on track. Check out some of our favorites below.
“Steady and slow, learn as you go. Lose too fast, it may not last.” — Louise F. *
“It matters not how slowly you go, only that you do not stop.” — Julia B. *
“No matter how slow you go, you’re still lapping the [person] sitting on the couch.” — Stephanie H. *
“I may no be where I want to be, but I’m better than where I was.” — Heather J. *
“You don’t drown from falling in the water, you only drown if you stay there.” — Barb L. *
“Success requires backbone, not wishbone.” —Debbie S.*
“If we defend our habits, we have no intentions of breaking them.” — Judy P. *
“Life has no remote…YOU have to get up and change it yourself!” — Tracy S. *
“The weight didn’t arrive from the Fat Fairy last night, and the Skinny Fairy isn’t coming tonight, either.” — Miscelena1.**
“Instead of a plate, reach for your mate!” — Frank E. *
“What you eat in private shows up in public!” — NicoleJuner1 **
“I’ve come too far to take orders from a cookie.” — Gina L. *
“If you kinda do it, it kinda works. If you really do it, it really works.” — Andrea G., Carol T. *
“If you’re driving and you get a flat tire, do you get out of the car and slash the other three? No, you fix it and get back on the road.” — Tanya S. *
“The scale is a weight loss tool – not a judge, jury and executioner.” — Brenda T. *
“Keep tracking, stop slacking!” — Holly L. *
Pickles - (it got pickled green tomatoes from the Farmer’s market and they have cloves in them and are AWESOME)
Peanut butter (specifically on the bananas)
Salty chips (it got the crushed remains of some baked potato chips)
Tomato sauce on Spinach Pasta spirals
Damage done = 14 WW points and 10 over for the day… Still have one activity point left so it could be worse..lol
The annoying bit is PMS was screaming a day before weigh in. SHHHHHHHH go back to sleep!
Some people in my family think losing weight may be unhealthy and that I might be taking it too far but yet being extremely overweight is ok ? (Yes there are more overweight people in my family than not and some are even in the MO range)
Weight watchers tells me based on my height -
"Your healthy weight range is 135 to 169 lbs."
Today I weighed 164.1 - I’m at the high end of my healthy range.
My goal weight is 140- 150 .. I’m not sure what I’m aiming for I’m just eating better and exercising and will see how it shakes out.
My average weekly weight loss is 1.5 lbs. (over 2 lbs a week consistently can be unhealthy)
I eat a lot of food in little amounts through out the day and most of it is obscene amounts of fruits and vegetables.
I’m not anemic.. I’m not lacking in ANY vitamins and minerals to be exact.. Why? because I get tested regularly.
I don’t need meat..I don’t need dairy… I don’t need eggs.. if fact those things put me on track to follow in my father’s footsteps.. heart attacks, stints and 15-20 pills a day and not being able to do the thing you want because you don’t feel well and all your conversations revolve about how you feel or what Doctor you have to see. My Dr is VERY happy with how I have brought down my cholesterol levels.
Am I on a diet?
A “diet” implies at some point I’ll be done… I can not be “done”
Done would be stopping what I am doing now and going back to what I used to be doing. That is just stupid… where did that get me? Over 200 lbs with high cholesterol and getting out of breath just walking up the stairs and feeling unhappy and defeated.
I will always be vegan.. (my heart demands it)
I will always do some form of exercise (even if it’s just a walk around the block or dancing around the house)
I will always eat healthy food in healthy portions
This is a lifestyle change not a diet
As a very good friend pointed out to me… people who criticize others for doing something good for themselves need to look inside to see why they are doing it. Usually it has nothing to do with the person they are criticizing but a way to justify why they aren’t doing it themselves.
Article By: Carol Lynn Krol
Aiming to be the “perfect” size can only set you up for disappointment — especially when you realize how random store clothing sizes really are.
Women working toward a weight-loss goal usually have a specific number on the scale in mind, but they often have an ideal clothing size as well.
But according to George Simonton design director of eponymous fashion label George Simonton, and professor at Fashion Institute of Technology, there is no standard sizing convention among women’s clothing manufacturers. “If you try an 8 from each designer, you’ll get a different fit on each one,” Simonton says. “They develop their own specs and measurements.”
That’s no surprise to any woman who’s burst into tears in a dressing room. Further, Jo Kallal, professor of fashion and apparel studies at University of Delaware, says that even within a single brand, there are disparities. “Neiman Marcus’ mail order catalog is more mass market than what they have in stores,” Kallal says. “[The latter] tends to be traditional sizing, and the [former] is roomier.”
- ME: I had to push that freakin sled again
- CHRIS: But you look thinner
- ME: Really? I lost over a lb this week.
- CHRIS: Yeah you look really thin in that shirt.
- ME: (AWWWW LOVE!)