13 more weeks of 2011!

Monday, September 26, 2011

I saw this title on someone's page and I actually had to count to make sure. It is true. So what am I going to do about it? I joined Weight Watchers 13 weeks ago because I knew no one in New Jersey when we relocated. I have lost a total of 14.2 lbs. My first week was 5 lbs; which means I am not even losing a pound a week. I have not been tracking or exercising lately. I have been sick and more than a little depressed.

First thing I did was come back to Sparks. It is amazing the support I get on here. I get excited about spinning the wheel each day. emoticon

As I thought of the 13 weeks left of this year, I have decided to set myself some goals. First and foremost... track, track, track. Everything that goes into my mouth. Also I am .8 lbs away from losing 15 lbs. That will put me at 178. "Hitting 193 lbs with my heart condition really scared me." So, if I lose 2 lbs a week that is 26 lbs. I could almost reach the 150 mark.

But I know myself and I know my inner weaknesses... so I will not set myself up for failure by reaching too high. My goal over the next 13 weeks is to lose 18 lbs. I want to start 2012 at 160. I want to be eating better and exercising more.

I haven't been at 160 in two years. This I know I can do. With strength, determination, a lot of prayer and my sparks friends - I can do it. This is not a resolution or a promise but just another change in my lifestyle.

Plus I have the Biggest Loser Show on to motivate me! Also I just received Bob Harper's Weight Loss Yoga tape in the mail to get started with. So enough of this insomnia... off to dream land... tomorrow starts my day with my dream husband "Bob" and some yoga. emoticon

2012 - HERE I COME! emoticon
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