That's roughly 1/2 a pound a week, which is not a bad rate, but I know that I could do better if I tracked every day. With the online app, if I have missed logging two or three meals, it's easy to just let it go completely for the rest of the day, or worse, the rest of the week.
I decided to go Old-School: Paper and pencil using the twelve-week journal. My goal is to be in the 160s by the end of the 12 weeks.
My first version of Weight Watchers was Winning Points, and there was a Points range for each day. You could bank points, but there were no weeklies. I remember that the high end of my range was 25 points (the old points, which were worth more food than the current ones) and I hit or exceeded it most days, plus whatever Activity Points I earned.
I'm going to do my best to stay under 33 (my target plus 1/7 of my weeklies) every day, plus whatever Activity Points I earn. That should leave me with enough of a deficit to have a decent loss each week. The important thing is continuing to track every day instead of giving up if I go over.
By the way, I noticed at my meeting that Weight Watchers is running a special for the rest of the month: A free Starter Kit (which includes the journal pictured above plus lots of other goodies) when you buy a monthly pass. I'm guessing that means they are getting ready to tweak the program again, but if you've been thinking about joining, it's a good time to get a lot of free, useful stuff for the current program. Danica's Daily has a great review of the kit if you want to see what's in it.
Edited to add: This is what a day of tracking looks like.