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Weigh In #27

Another bloody gain! 2lb EACH this week.

I need a good long sit down and look at what I am doing different / wrong. Hubby says it's because we've not been eating soups for lunch lately - only I have. But I have also been baking bread - and I eat home made bread a lot more than store bought.

What I'm Doing Wrong:
  • Not recording my Weight Watchers Pro Points as religiously as I used to be
  • Nibbling between meals - including that home made bread
  • Maybe having TOO MANY juices and smoothies? Natural sugars are still sugars after all.
What I'm Doing Right:
  • Continuing with my walking 
  • Increased my step goal from 6000 ( to 7250 (3 miles) a day
  • Not giving up! 
What am I going to do differently this week?
  • Make sure I point EVERYTHING!
  • Restrict myself to ONE juice or smoothie a day
  • Make sure I have some proper breakfast - I seem to be skimping on breakfast and overloading for lunch
I am so cross with myself. I lost a pound last week and I was delighted! But now I have undone that good work and added more hard work to it. Damned stupid of me at this stage. I need to get going again and not listen to all the "helpful" people who have been saying to me "Oh but you've done so well and look so good, you could probably stop now" and "Maybe 11 - 11.5 st is your natural weight" because I know that I have it in me to lose more. Top of my BMI is under 10.5 stone. I need to reach that mile stone! I want to get to the middle of my BMI!

*Deep Breath*

I can do this. I will do this. I am NOT going to quit!



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