Tuesday, January 11, 2011
Mixed messages: Weigh-in report
The morning weigh-ins are controversial stuff. Weight Watchers doesn't suggest at-home weigh-ins, though they sell WW-branded scales by Conair. I do it because with a lunchtime meeting, there is more room for error than in my bathroom at home. Differences in weights of clothes, differences in food intake amount of water drunk (I am not going to go hungry and thirsty until after 1 p.m.), especially in sweat and water intake during my workout right before my meeting. This week, it helped me because I did see a loss (though small). I know that if I could start working on some serious losses, they would be enough to overcome these little X factors.
I had no right to expect a loss anyway. Yesterday was a bad day -- I had work to do but didn't get it done, and really hit the snack food, most of it salty. I also felt tired and discouraged. I told myself to stop but I just kept picking at things. I should have had something more filling (which was the topic this week, by the way) instead of going right for the cheese and crackers. I think focusing more on Power Foods this week will help. I took a tracker so I would have a list of them handy the next time I go to the store.
Today I actually did get some work done, which is why I'm taking the time to write this quick post.
"Count your calories, work out when you can, and try to be good to yourself. All the rest is bulls**t." -- Jillian Michaels at BlogHer '07