Back from holiday and back on it 💪🏼 Stepped on the scales this morning and let's just say it wasn't a pretty number that was staring back at me 😥 back on plan and back to group on Saturday! Breakfast was scrambled eggs made with a little lurpak and milk (5sp) 2x oatcakes (2sp) #weightwatchers#weightwatchersuk#ww#wwuk#wwcommunity
Happy Wednesday!! Dinner tonight was the Healthy Hot Pot from Youfoodz. (4SP) 🐓🍃
If anyone is considering getting these I would 100% reccommend. 👌🏼 Some are quite low in Smart Points (tonights dinner) however some are a little higher!
My favourites are the Healthy Hot Pot (4SP), Flamin' Chicken (11SP), Portuguese BBQ Chicken (8SP), Lean Chicken, Pumpkin & Beans and Buffalo Chicken Pizza (9SP) ✔️✔️
Today marks my first two full weeks on the #simplyfilling plan. The first week was tough. I had to rewire my brain to eat foods that have been forever on my no list. Like bread, pasta and potatoes. The first week reflected that hard transition, but I still lost. 0.4 lbs. (a loss is a loss 🤷♀️ ) This week, I went to weigh-in and was really unsure of what the results would be. 🤦🏼♀️ During the week, I recall being super full and not finishing plates I would have in the past because I needed to "eat my dailies" so its been interesting to give importance to what my body is saying for me. I still have a hard time deciding on portions. at times, I go for seconds and other times I can't finish my plate. I assume as time goes by It will be easier.
Anyway, I stepped on the scale and I lost ⬇️ 1.6 lbs. This is the biggest win EVER. I haven't lost this much weight since May. 😱😱😱 That is 4 full months of less the 1 lbs losses. I am beyond excited. 🎉🎉🎉. So I am officially back people. I feel like the wheels are back in motion and I am motivating again. What a great way to start the beginning of year two on the program. 💜💙💚 #simplyfillingtechnique#weightwatchers#weighin#justdoit#journey#journal#weightwatcherscanada#connect#progress#justkeepswimming
Today is a huge milestone. 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼 Since the start of 2017 - my weight loss journey has really pushed me to reflect on myself. On my motivation. On my food choices. I fell off the wagon. (More then once) Jumped back on. Plateaued. Had emotional breakdowns because all that hard work wasn't showing on the scale. Counting points was no longer working for me. Because my brain (powerful thing) ... would block me from reaching goals. Even the smallest ones. 😫 discouraging really. It took 4 months until I decided to stop counting and try something new. Decided to switch to the #simplyfillingtechnique and eat to my hearts content. To listen to my body rather then focus on the points I had in my day. And well this is week one.... and for the first time in 4.5 years I am in a new decade (given this is my home scale and not official weight watchers weigh in). But this means I have officially lost 30 lbs ‼️ Today marks my 1 year on weight watchers. 🎉🎉🎉 1 year I decided to put me first. To live a healthier lifestyle and better fuel my body. I wanted to be in the 160s and I did it. I never thought I could... seeing the yoyo on the scale these last months.
The biggest win of all .... is back in 2013 when this was my weight (for a short period of time) I was breastfeeding my daughter. The pounds were falling off easily. Without doing anything. This time around the number on the scale reflects my life change. 12 months to lose 30 lbs. I thought it'd be a bigger number but expectations often lead to disappointments. I am celebrating me today. 🙋🏼👊🏼💪🏼 Because I did it. 😏Time to tackle the next milestones. 150s... .
That's it ‼️Today I have decided that my mind will no longer control my weight loss. I have been careful. I have been tracking. I have gotten 6/7 blue dots 🔵. I have upped my protein intake. I have upped my steps. I have increased my water 💦 and after a week I am up 0.2. I want to cry. 😢Literally 😭😭😭 it's so hard to take in that with all the efforts you still gain. That is the mental portion my friends. So I decided to give my mind a break and to attempt simply filling. I know I can maintain my weight. Fingers crossed 🤞🏼 this will be how I need to reach my goals.
I need tips for those following this program. I feel like I am starting all over again. Gahhhhh