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Old 01-16-2009, 01:55 PM   #106
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TGIF!!!!!!!!!!!
Welllllll.......I'm bloated...I didn't weigh today....Good ol Auntie Flo really dropped the bomb on me this month....I went talk to John (use the bathroom) lastnight and when I wiped there she blowed!!!!!!!!! I gasped,I was in so much horror!!!! and said to DH "I'm going to be hurting upstairs and downstairs tomorrow" See today I went to the dentist to have some work done,which didn't happen////postponed 'till next week or the week after I guess....can't wait... ..So that's the course of my life in less than 24 hrs.....Isn't it lovely? I bet you're all jealous..admit it..
BUT.......I have to say I did weigh last night which is totally not when I weigh,but I was just curious...and it said 199(GASP) It has....HAS to be because of TOM ,because I have been good this week.....not great but good,better than any other week!!LOL.So next week I really need to buckle down, Hair.... more like get out the strappimg harness!!LOL!!! Well I got go and check the goods..Maybe I'll talk later.......
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Old 01-17-2009, 09:39 AM   #107
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Hi everyone! Sorry I have been missing in action but I had that dang cold and I was just so tired after working and doing homework with the boys.

Congratulations Derry! Trysh You know better than to weigh yourself during that time. Just wait a few days and see what happens. I know I do the same thing.

I lost 2 pds this week. So 7 in 2 weeks. I was disappointed a bit since the first time I did this I lost 16 pds in that time. But I did have carbs and cheat a little here and there so a 7b pd loss is good. I must say I do feel better and am ready to follow this plan. This week I start to add things back into my diet. I am going to start with berries and maybe a high fiber bread. But I really do not miss my sandwiches or toast in the morning, so I am going to try to continue salads and soup for lunches. My breakfast will be the shakes...love them...Dinner is hard but I have been managing , I just need to continue to plan ahead.

It is my bday this week and dh and kids want to take me out. I am very nervous and can pick where I want to go! But I do not have any idea since I do not want bread. Since the seafood scare a while back I rarely eat it out! But I will cross that when that road comes. One day should not kill me. I just will not have pasta!

Derry I love chinese as well. LOVE IT! I try to stay with the brocc and chick but still high sodium, and have to have an egg roll.

Trysh, thanks for the chair info. I have done dinning table chairs before with a friend....I am nervous about doing those wing chairs though. They are singing the blues though, along with my couch! The chairs are an emarld green and the couch has huge flowers all over it....totally a 90,s thing. I need family room couches first before I even think about changing those ugly pieces!

Derry I will get that recipe for you, it is upstairs and I am to cozy to run up there and get cold again. I also have a great mexican one as well. That would be a recipe. NO carb of course. Yummy!!!!


Plan today....
breakfast...shake
lunch....bocco burger on greens
snack ...plain yogurt w jello flavor
dinner, soup..salad
snack ..roasted chick peas

No exercise again today toooo cold o go!!! maybe make it later in the day! I will chat later BArb
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Ok so I wake up this morning and I am down more! I am so proud of myself but..... My family takes me out tonight for my early bday dinner. I looked over the menu and kinda decide what I am going to order. ...Well By the time I get there I am somewhat focus but than have 1 glass of wine and forget it. I had some calamari, a salad which I really truly forgot to tell them to leave the dressing off, and to put it on the side...I ate about 3/4 th of that....( too much dressing )and I had this wonderful WHITE bread dipped into this amazing oil combination of something that just PULLED you in for more.( Which Is a HUGE NNONO) So by this time I switched up my selection on the stupid menu and ordered the special... OMG It was a rissto that was kinda like a crab cake..it was so good with aspagus and scallops, and roasted red peppers. I was sooo full I ate 1/2 the rissoto and 3 scallops and that was all. I did bring it home but I drank the wine we order a bottle! than I had 2 pieces of choc when I came home. I am confessing and I am soo mad at myself but it was my Bday dinner and I so enjoyed it!!! we laughed and just had fun! So I am mad that I did not make better choices but is this not the way a diet goes. Tom I pick up and eat really good to make up for special occasions. Than move forward. I have to admit it was really bad when I got there because I was complaining that I wanted to stay within my diet( I was almost ruining our night out with the fam) and my dh was kinda like...Barb we are here to enjoy... tom you get back on track, go workout and be careful the rest of the week. He reminded me that all diets say you need one day where you eat whatever...in my case one day a month!!!!

So Here I am confessing so that tom I am good and PLEASE help me through the week!!! I still have people who may want to do things but I will have salads and I have to eat cake if MY kids buy it for me... I will not worry and just move forward! This is the year for me and I need ot lose this weight so nothing can stop me... We will have our ups and downs and this is just the way life goes!!! Right????

Sorry to complain I just needed to get it off my chest.. Chat later .. Barb
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Hey everyone....

I have not been op at all this last week. The whole job situation has really thrown me, even through I've really tried not to let it. It's not even that I've been stressed over it; I have just had this overwhelming sense of sadness, worthlessness, and not knowing where to turn. This is the first time ever that I've not had anything going on. Before when I was a SAHM, I was also in school, and had that to focus on as well.

Tomorrow is a new day. We decided today that we are going to drive to see my sister over my dd's spring break in April. She lives down near Orlando, so that gives me a new focus for losing weight. Plus, if I'm going to be home, there is no reason for me to not exercise!

Hope you all are doing well...chat tomorrow!
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Good morning.
Firstly, I was being such a great inspired person. I even was on here at the end of last week proposing a weekend challenge for exercise. Well, I didn't do it and I kind of blew eating all weekend long.
Why can't I get on track and stay on track? Guess that is a message to myself that I need to finally haul myself to a WW meeting after all this time? I keep thinking I can do this on my own, but I guess not?

Trysh, I have always said that slow and steady wins the race and you are a prime example. So, you are up a few pounds and so am I right now. But, remember that we are here and as long as I am coming back here and doing something, something is better than nothing.

We went out to my favorite restaurant on Saturday night. It was kind of a family celebration. My husband did get a Christmas bonus this year, though it was half of what it has been other years, we still got one. It was the last night before my daughter was returning to school for the next semester and, for a change, my son was home and didn't have to work. So, I did have a few extra foods and two glasses of wine. Being up a few pounds after something like that does make me feel badly, but I still enjoyed my evening. I did, at least, have oil and vinegar on my salad instead of the blue cheese dressing I crave. I ordered broiled scallops instead of the huge surf and turf that I would normally have there. So, baby steps were taken. I did have dessert, though. I'm not proud of that.

Barb:
Firstly, Happy Birthday! I think you were entitled and you knew it all along. On my own birthday I will dine out and enjoy a fine meal of some kind and I hope not to feel any remorse. My problem is that both my son and I have birthdays (2/16 and 2/18) two days apart and it truly becomes a "birthday week". But, like you said, you have to get right back on track the next morning. I did that yesterday after our special meal out on Saturday night. I dragged myself in and used the treadmill. I tried to eat a bit more reasonably. I have to admit to even losing a bit of control yesterday at lunch. My family is a very bad influence, but I love them and so enjoy meals with them. It's like a tug of war.
Tonight, my husband and I will be alone. DD will be off at college and DS will be at work. I'm going to propose fish, always a better choice. Years ago, when I was first in WW, they had a program that was set ups to you got something like 3 proteins, 3 starches and unlimited fruits and veggies and 3 fats per day, period. I kind of liked that plan, you didn't have as many decisions to make, but I think cheating was more frequent as people got frustrated really easily. At any rate, when they had this program, if you had fish you got double the protein servings you were allowed. It was interesting that they promoted fish so much and I wonder why they don't nowadays? It's available, but they are not lecturing people to eat more.

Paige, I feel for you and I am so sorry. I kind of know that feeling of worthlessness as I used to feel that way (as a stay at home mom) when my kids went off to school. Now, I am so busy I don't know what way to turn. I do a great deal of volunteer work with my quilting. I make quilts for the homeless and other things like that. I feel rewarded by the work I do. Too bad what I do is not a paying job, but still I am "paid" in how good I feel.
Maybe you could think about some volunteer work for now with your church, meals on wheels or an area shelter? I have to say that I have made the best friends of my life doing this.
Also, are you anywhere where Plattsburgh, NY? I found this web site for you:
http://www.homebistro.com/Default.aspx
Maybe they have some job opportunities?
Hang in there, Paige, I have known you long enough to know you are one of those people who makes lemonade out of lemons! I know you will weather this storm.
You are far from worthless, don't ever forget that!
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Also, I copied, cut and pasted this from a yahoo weight loss group I am in and though I cannot take credit for writing it, I think I will also do this this week!

"My goal this week is to go thru my fridge/freezer/cupboards and rid them of all foods that I have problems with. That is a huge start for me. I am going to start measuring and counting my points again (I am doing the FLEX plan). I am hoping with the help and motivation from the members of this group, I can be successful again and get to my goal weight."

So, like she hopes for help and motivation from members of the other group I am in, I also hope for this from all of you!
I will also mark points in sharpie on the side of everything I have in the cupboards, that always helps remind you when you are hungry and rummaging for something. Seeing points kinds of brings you back!

Let this be the week that I start to really try again!
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Old 01-19-2009, 03:11 PM   #112
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Hi all. Thanks Derry for the words of encouragement. I was very upset last night and was mad at myself for getting to that point. I had a great time and have to realize that this happens every year and I need to just have fun on my bday celebration. Sounds like you will have some challenges as well.

Paige please do not get to depressed... Just take it day by day... things will turnout for you. Your vacation sounds wonderful. Something to look forward too and a good way to refresh

I did workout a bit today.. I was dragging due to the wine last night. I am just not use to that anymore. I did weigh myself and I did gain a # but not a big deal. I am still focused on losing 3 more # by the end of this month. Than I have met my goal for the month...10 # Than I need to set a new one for Feb.. Maybe just 5 or 6 that month!

Today my menu is
b- my shake and almonds
lunch- Panera bread...salad and soup minus the wonderful roll.. I did have a bit though
snack- jello and lf cheese
dinner-crock pot stuffed peppers with turkey...I hope they are good... with a salad
snack...hot coco sounds good.

so I am back and hoping for success


I will check in later. Barb
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Old 01-21-2009, 07:32 AM   #113
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Barb, I hate to see you denying yourself the "wonderful roll". Remember that denying yourself things that you want can lead to a binge later on when you finally get sick of all the denial and give in to it. I would have had the roll, but made sure I did some form or exercise and made up for it somewhere else. The luxury of a roll at a place like Panera is something that you deserve. Just my humble opinion here.
Your stuffed peppers sounded good. Care to share what was in them? I stuff mine with cooked brown rice, lean ground beef (cooked, drained and rinsed) a bit of chopped onion and pepper and sometimes kernel corn. Then I put marinara sauce over top and some low fat cheese and bake them until bubbly. I love that it's kind of an all in one pot meal. You get protein, starch, veggies and a big taste. Then, I heat up beef broth (Swansons) and add a can of diced tomatoes and coarsely chop up the leftovers the next day and make stuffed pepper soup. I enjoy the soup more than the original stuffed pepper meal and often serve it with a biscuit or corn bread. Yummy and not all that high in points!
So, today I have good news. The scale moved down.
This morning was 160.6, so I am down from the 162.8 that I was two weeks ago, down 2.2 pounds! I'm so glad to see better numbers again, it's been awhile. Maybe, if I am a very good girl I might go below 160 by next week?
Tonight I am alone for dinner. Husband is travelling, daughter away at college and my son has to work. I look forward, sometimes, to days where I am alone as I behave much more.
Today's meal plan for me, which includes a "cheat" of some flex points used, but I shall plan for it and not make a huge deal out of it. : ) Planning is a good thing.

Breakfast:
oatmeal made with part 1% milk and part water
Skipping my usual fruit with it as I want to shave points for snack at my meeting

morning quilt meeting: 1 brownie, 3 points

Lunch:
Garden vegetable soup
laughing cow lite cheese, Melba toast
apple

Dinner:
fish, broiled
brown rice
spinach, sauteed in a bit of EVOO

Dessert:
SF/FF frozen yogurt (1/2 cup)
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Old 01-23-2009, 12:24 PM   #114
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Hi Linda.. Thanks for the idea of the peppers. Those turned out yucky.. My dh did not even like them and he will eat anything! So I was thinking of something I could do with the rest of them and that is what I can do make soup.. I will throw something together with it.

No-Knead Dough

3 c all purpose flour
1/4 tsp instant yeast
1 1/4 tsp salt
corn meal or wheat bran as needed
large bowl. combine flour yeast and salt. add 1 5/8 c of water stir until sticky. cover bowl with plastic wrap ...let rise for 12 hrs better 18 hrs at room temp @70 degrees

dough is ready when the surface is dotted with bubbles. lightly flour your work surface , place dough on it: sprinkle with a bit more flour and FOLD it over on itself once or twice. Cover loosly with plastic wrap and rest it for 15 min
use just enough flour to keep dough from sticking to work area or fingers gently and quickly shape dough into ball. Generously coat a cotton towel...Not terry cloth... with flour . wheat bran or cornmeal. cover with another cotton towel and let rise for about 2 hrs. When it is ready dough will double its size and will not readily spring back when poked with finger.

@ 1/2 hr before dough is ready preheat oven to 450. Put a 6-8 quart heavy covered pot( cast iron, enamel, Pyrex or ceramic) in oven as it heats. When dough is ready move pot from oven. slide hand under towel and turn dough over into pot, seam side up/ It may look like a mess but that is fine. Shake pan once or twice if it is unevenly distributed..it sraightens as it bakes. Cover with lid and bake for 30 min. then remove lid and bake for another 15- 30 min. until browned... cool on rack.... enjoy!

That is the yummy recipe I think you will enjoy it... If you use wheat use about 3 cups white and the rest wheat. Someone suggested that to me..I have yet to try that

As far as dieting goes...well i am just going to say bday weeks are hard.. we went out to eat on Wed and than again tonight. I am focusing but not like I want. I just told my dh that I need to get through tonight dinner and than Tom will be smooth sailing for a bit...or so I hope.

I am still only up a # so that is good...I did do kick boxing today so should feel good tom. And I plan on working out as well tom.

Sorry not being on this too much this week.. Next week should be bettter, Have a great day BArb
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Sorry about the birthday week blahs, Barb. You'll be back on track again next week.
Paige, are you out there? How are things?

As for me, we're really worrying about finances. Things are not looking good for DH's job/company and we may be facing an 18K a year pay cut. Ouch!
So, we are not eating out this weekend, for sure. I am thinking of looking for a job. My schedule is such that I can't imagine squeezing a job into the equation, but I am going to really think about it. We can't afford to go down right now, with two kids in college. We are at the stage in our lives, 50s, where we need to really start saving for retirement and having less to live on will keep us from saving. So, I'm pretty bummed out today.
But, with loss comes opportunity. I have to think of ways to cut expenses and I have to think about what I can do to reverse the outflow of cash.
Can we talk about foods that are still good choices for us that cost LESS money?
A good example is that last night we had a roast chicken (not a huge one, it cost roughly $4.00) and DH will have one leftover chicken leg at lunch today and I plan on making chicken soup with what remains, I guess.
So, I'll recycle that chicken and it will stretch our dollars.
I like making a 2nd meal out of leftovers, like making stuffed pepper soup out of leftovers. Though, Barb, if you all didn't like the stuffed peppers in the first place, I worry that a soup made of them might not be so good, either?

Well, I need to get on with my day and my treadmill is calling my name.
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Oh Derry sorry to here about the cut. Ouch but I think you can do it. The pepper soup I think I will like.. I love peppers just not these with Turkey. It was a new recipe and I would never tell anyone about it.

Derry try the bread recipe it is a $ saver. We have been cutting back as well. Although we go out to eat way tooooo much. We need to cut that out as well. If I think of any good $ saver ideas I will share what we do. We do the chicken thing often, Than I make pot pies with the left overs and or chicken ala king...Kids love it and it works for me. I also buy a lot of things on sale and just kinda write what I have in meat, place it on our fridge and cross out what I use. This way I just plan my meals to what I have. I also go online to get sales at the stores and cut coupons. It is time but It works...We also have lots of home made pizza and soups and pastas...

It is tough but manageable... Hard sometime to cook healthy on a budget but can be done.

Worked out yes and I am sooo sore today.. Did not workout today but plan on it tom and Monday....Glad you are and staying on plan... we can do this.

wondering where everyone is?? Our old site was so busy I would love more people to visit us here. It was fun to meet people and learn some new ideas... Maybe more will join us..

need to go oh by the way one of the biggest losers this year is my dh 3rd cousin..small world .incase you watch it it is the brown team. I hope they can make it!!! chat later Barb
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Happy Monday .....How is everybody? I feel like......well,crap..I feel like crap..I weighed last week...still at 194...can't seem to get past that "bump" in the road..this week probably won't be much better....I have to have some dental work done today at 2:00 and I am dreading it.....I think that's why my stomach is so tore up...but anyway...I had a "bad weekend" food wise....today is DD's birthday,she's 10,so Saturday we had her a birthday party...I made her cake...made the frosting and decorated it,not in exactly what she wanted,which was tinkerbell,that really didn't make sense considering I've never heard her mention tink before....so it just said Happy Birthday Kortney Ashtyn......she liked it anyway!!plus I made a heart shaped cake with the left over batter and made chocolate frosting for it which was pretty good I know shame shame, everybody knows my name!!Anyway so I'm ready to be OP now except for the dental work,which will resort me to chicken noodle soup for awhile...."SODIUM"!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and a boat load of it.......I've already made up my mind that I'm not weighing Friday,but I will anyway!!LOL.....
Linda~ I know what you're going through...DH hasn't took a paycut yet,but who knows?right? he's already heard that the company he works for filed bankruptcy back in November and his foreman already told him that these 3 boat shows will either make them or break them,so everybody is praying and has their fingers crossed...we have been cutting back on the eating out,especially on Fridays because DH doesn't get home 'till 5:30,and all the restuarants are busy by the time we get there....he used to get home at 4,so that's a big difference...plus when it's so cold outside,brrrrr,we would much rather stay in anyway...a couple Saturdays ago all we did was sit around in our pj's and watch T.V. so DH asked me when w were gonna do that again,he really enjoyed it...I can't really give you any pointers on conserving,because when I cook here it's mostly crap,because DH is such a picky eater...the other night we had spaghetti.....with his moms freezer corn(he won;t touch corn he says it makes your poo polka dotted) good reason id you're a weirdo!!LOL and we had green beans,which he will eat on occasion,if he's in the mood....but this family is almost the exact opposite of veagans or vegetarians or whatever you want to call them,I told DH they would have coronaries if they say what he ate.....just meat and taters,and that is about it....I have been trying to incorporate chicken more into our meals,but he always manages to slip in a beef product now and then!!LOL!!!On your retirement....I know right now it's probably hard and CD's aren't bringing alot of interest,and I'm no banker or financial advisor,but cd's are what my MIL and we do...the interest is like 3%or less right now,and hopefully that will change soon,and you probably already have cd's but that is about the best way to go,it is tied up for awhile but it's also money you won't touch for piddly things,that the way I look at it...we just let ours rool over and don't touch it..out of sight out of mind,of course until the bank sends you a reminder that it's due...but that's when we just let it roll over....
well I think I've talked too long...but tit least it took my mind off of later......dohh..........well I guess I'll go.....wish me luck..........
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ok...I had update my ticker...has it been that long since I lost any weight? 80 days? reaeaeallllllyy????????????anyway it says the same thing.lol....
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Good afternoon.
I went back to a WW meeting today. First meeting for me since Aug. I feel like I need to gain control.
I had reported that my weight was down, but I guess I'll have to use the WW scales, which is very depressing.
So, I have a huge gain to input here and I hope to have a loss next week. I have not spent much time looking over the new program yet, but it seems to be much like flex of the past to me?
I'm pretty bummed out but have purpose and hope to stay on track. New weight today was 164.4 almost back up to my all-time high. Time to get to work.
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Just here to report that yesterday went well in the end. It was the first day in a very long time that I filled in an entire page of a journal and actually did everything right, even staying in my points range. I did activity, earned 2 points and was an "angel" as far as WW goes.
So, I have given myself a kick in the pants and I hope to get down to "fighting weight" sometime soon.
I will plan my menu for the day and I will make it my business to work at this.
How about you?
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