Friday, November 27, 2009

Day 43 & 44 - Weigh In

OK so I totally forgot to weigh in yesterday. I am all off on the day. When Chris & Rachelle are home for some reason I think it is the weekend. I will be off until Monday because that is my luck.

I weighed in this morning (Fri.) and have avoided writing this blog. From last weeks weigh in on Thursday I have lost nothing nor have I gained! From Tuesdays weigh in for the Christmas challenge I have gained 1.2 pounds. Since my weigh in Tuesday morning I had Rachelle's Burger King dinner and Thanksgiving. Somewhere I went wrong and I see that I am going to struggle through the Holidays. I have Christmas left and I am good till Easter.

I even went for a 1.5 mile walk yesterday. It is things like this that really get me down. I was really excited with my Tuesday weigh in but I see I am going to have to watch it more and more. Yesterday I ate 1 egg white and 1/2 cup of pistachios and then the Thanksgiving dinner which involved no sweets or bread. All I had was turkey, stuffing, green beans, mashed potatoes with gravy and one hard boiled egg minus the stuff in the middle.

Oh the joys of weight loss.


Marcelle said...

I agree, its a difficult journey - but all we can do is keep going as we will win this battle.
I find that one needs a program...doing your own thing does not always work...I tried for a few months before joining WW and lost a bit but after I joined WW and followed a program it happened.

Tonight I made such a mistake, I ate tuna in olive oil and see its 7 points instead of the 3 for tuna in water, so guess what cause of that stupid mistake I went 5 points over today -thank goodness I had the 10 activity points, but wanted to keep them for the weekend..and not tonight.

Lacey said...

Meh. I'm pretty sure just THINKING about Thanksgiving makes us gain weight, haha. Don't worry though, you'll be right back on track in no time!

I hope your Thanksgiving was awesome! I'll talk to you soon!

Erin said...

You know, no matter how horrible it might have been for your diet, Thanksgiving is only ONE day in your journey. I always think the holidays serve to remind us that we are living life, not in a bubble. Don't let your journey take the joy from those moments. You won't look back and wish, "Man, I wish I'd had less to eat on Thanksgiving/Christmas/whatever" In the end, you'll look back and be proud of the journey...