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Right On Track

Thursday, March 14, 2013

I lost one pound today after 6 weeks on WW and a total of 8.4 pounds. The graph on the back of the weekly weigh in card shows that I am right on target for weight loss. As long as I can keep losing an average of a pound a week or more I am satisfied. Most days the plan works quite well for me and I am not at all hungry. I keep a basket of clementines on the counter for a snack any time and a box of grape tomatoes washed and ready to eat sitting in the window to develop Vitamin C. I try not to use the extra weekly points although if something special comes up such as eating out, I may dip into them for a few. I think if I used all of them on a regular basis I would either slow my already slow weight loss or not lose at all.
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  • BELLE0308
    Way to go!! I wish we still had a WW here in town. It has always worked for me in the past.
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    emoticon on making progress! This was a great read. I can totally relate to you on NOT using the flex points. I had been using ALL of them pretty much since I'd been on the program (I started on 1/11/12). Within a year, I had lost 28 lbs. Now while that's good, I felt like it should have been more. I couldn't really figure out why my weight loss was so slow until a member at one of the meetings who had lost 100 lbs. within a year shared that one of her secrets to her success was not using the flex points. I figured I'd try to only use half of my flex points. Needless to say, I saw success on the scale. I'm going to continue only using half and will get to a point to where I won't use them on a regular basis; only for occasions.
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