Monday, September 27, 2010

It was going so well...

I was having a really great Weight Watchers week so far, and then the weekend happened.


Or, to be more accurate, over the weekend I had an out-of-town training trip and let being tired and cooped up in a seminar room all day be an excuse for not making great choices. So I'm down 22 points for the week.  To be fair, there was no way I would have had time to fit in exercise, other than what I got walking around in airports. It was a quick fly-in-fly-out kind of thing.

I plan to do the best I can today and hope that I get even a tiny loss tomorrow.  And then just keep making good choices.

2 comments:

  1. I share you pain. I am having the second day of eating over points. I am doing fine now after lunch. I have planned snacks of celery, zero point soup, carrot sticks and cottage cheese. I will have fish and potato bake for dinner with cauliflower. I nixed the Velvetta sauce due to my point level.

    I keep thinking how simple WW is and how my emotional eating makes it complicated. I really have to get my emotional eating reigned in. I need guidance. With help, I know I can win the weight battle. You can too. I am reading Shrink Yourself by Gould, MD. It works on emtional eating. They have a website where you can sign up for a free blog and get free articles and message board info at www.shrinkyourself.com. Thought you might be interested.

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  2. Being out of town in training is so hard! I usually end up feeling so out of control with my schedule that I go WAY overboard with my eating. Good luck the rest of the week :)

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