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Tuesday Update - WW Weigh In and weekly progress report

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Woohoo! My weigh in was down three pounds! Very happy with it. I was a little disappointed this morning. I have been on plan for the whole week, in fact probably lower than I should have the last couple of day, but the scale hasn't budged. Oh well, I can't keep doing this and not lose weight so maybe it will show tomorrow.

After WW, I picked up lunch at a new restaurant here in North Bay called gd2go - healthy food fast. Had the free range chicken salad on a muligrain wrap and the butternut squash soup. It was awesome and dairy free. Yummy!

Progress report:

( Previous) Today (Change) Next Goal
Weight (191.8) 188.2 (-3.6) 186 (5%)
BM I ( 35.8) 35.6 (-0.2) 29.9 (overweight as opposed to obese)
Waist ( 40 ) 39.5 (-0.5) 35
Waist to Hip (0.89) 0.88 (-0.01) 0.85 (moderate as opposed to high)

I wish this showed up as a table - easier to read. Oh well. What matters is the results!
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  • v LEANJEAN6
    Him Lisa--It's hard eh??---I was just on here trying to fit Himself's trip to McDonalds (with me) into my calorie range--only way is if I carry a banana--with no fries--LOL-I am going tyo shake this frat--but after a wee vacation, its hard to ngetb it to move-LOL-Lynda
    1156 days ago
  • v AKATHLEEN54
    I would have to say that 3 lbs is pretty righteous!!! There will be weeks when you will lose and weeks when you won't have lost an ounce. That's the name of the game, unfortunately, that's the reality of this journey. With doing WW and Spark you should have all the tools you need so stay strong even when the going gets tough. Keep your goals in mind and you will succeed!! emoticon emoticon
    1156 days ago
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