Well, I'm kind of hesitant to post here because I really didn't make any New Year's Resolutions this year. Every other year I've made resolutions to lose my extra weight, but I have never been motivated enough to follow through.
Last year, the idea to lose weight started as a game with a co-worker. She mentioned to me that she had gained a lot of weight over the past few years and I told her that I had the WW diet at home. I brought the diet the next day, we reviewed it and made plans, and then started the next day. Instead of fizzling out after a couple of weeks, I became obsessed with the weight loss and became determined to be at goal by the end of February or the beginning of March. If that is a New Year's Resolution, then I will claim the leftover resolution from last July.
I have journalled every day but one since I started, so that is not a problem. When I started on the program, I had difficulty drinking water, but even that has become a habit. My real weak area is with exercise, so I guess that is my second resolution.
Once I reach goal another transition will be to maintain the weight. Bringing me to the third resolution. Sooo, to summarize, here are my resolutions for this year...I don't think that I can handle any more than this.
1. Reach my goal weight by the end of Feb. or the beginning of March.
2. Start an exercise program and exercise 4 or 5 times per week.
3. Make sure that I have a plan to maintain my weight and I follow the plan.
The other goals that I have for 2002 are career and school oriented. I am planning to finish my Master's degree by the end of June, and also planning on moving into my boss's job this year. Hmmmm...I guess I've been watching Law & Order too much. LOL
Never be afraid to try something new.
Remember.... Amateurs built the ark,
Professionals built the Titanic.
WW 186/125.75/120 May 2002
/130 May - Nov. 2004
SBD 188/179/130 May 2012
May Goal: 10 pounds
Start Weight: 188
Present Weight: 179
Lost: 9 pounds
Remaining: 1 pounds
Last edited by sweet tooth : 01-21-2002 at 06:11 PM.