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Weigh In #3

I am still really struggling with these sugar cravings and I have let temptation get the better of me a few times this week - including a McDonalds lunch yesterday after dropping my eldest off at Beaver Scouts camp for the weekend.

It's the evenings that get to me. No matter how sensible my dinner was, no matter how busy I make myself, I keep snacking! I'm pretty sure that really I'm mostly thirsty, and some soda water and a piece of fruit would resolve the whole problem... but I'm reaching for the nutella instead.

BUT I have earned some points back by walking into town twice this week, and for most of the week I have stayed within my daily pro points. I have lost 2lb this week! I'm really happy with that but a tad annoyed at myself for not being as strong as I could have been - I could have had a 3lb loss if I have not given in so many times.

Weigh In:

Me: -2lb
Hubby: -2lb

Things I have learned this week:

  • Walking is great - do more!
  • I'm still snacking when I should be drinking water instead
Targets for next week:
  • Walk to town at least twice (or equivalent on Wii Fit if it's bad weather)
  • Drink more water, snack less
  • Use the Wii Fit for at least 1hr (excluding target 1)
I can do it!



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