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Breaking though my plateau

Thursday, June 20, 2013

On February 18, 2011, I started Weight Watchers. Since that time, I have lost 31 pounds (at my lowest). But, while I love the way I look with those pounds gone, I want to get to my goal weight of 168 pounds. In January or February of this year, I was at 170 pounds and was sure I could make it. But, I can't seem to get there. I yo-yo between 171 and 176 pounds and can't seem to budge the scale any further. Furthermore, I have gotten so discouraged with Weight Watchers. I know what to do and how to do it, but I'm lacking motivation and support at my meetings which is sad because I continue to pay $39.95 per month for WW. I believe that the weekly weigh-in somehow keeps me accountable. I'm turning to SparkPeople and SparkCoach, setting my goals in writing, and will see if I can get through to 168 pounds.

Goal #1 - Get to 168 pounds and maintain there by August 31.
Goal #2 - No wine ... at least 3 nights per week.
Goal #3 - Exercise ... at least 4 times per week ... whether it's walking my customary two+ miles or trying something new that I saw on SparkPeople.
Goal #4 - Make SparkPeople my HomePage and Check in Daily.
Goal #5 - Update my Community Page and Pics (haven't been on here since 2010 ... YIKES)

Here's to me ... kicking the plateau's hiney ... once and for all. emoticon

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
CAKAROO 6/21/2013 6:19AM


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SPARKCHANTAL 6/21/2013 4:51AM

    maybe make your goal say-- 165-- and be happy when you hit 168?

and anyway, kudos to you!

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NYARAMULA 6/21/2013 3:53AM


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THISERE 6/20/2013 12:19PM

    keep going emoticon

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LOSE4LIFE47 6/20/2013 12:18PM


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