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Eating WW food plan without membership - down 3 lbs this week

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

After paying dues for 9 weeks, I made the decision to keep on WW food plan but drop membership. The meetings in our town were a waste of time for many reasons I won't bore you with. I lost 3 pounds this week for a total of 21lbs in 10 weeks.
This way of eating and tracking works for me. I track everything on Spark then use the days total nutrition numbers to calculate my points for the day. Although WW doesn't track calories or fruit and veggies, I see that I average 2050/day and I track everything. In the same 10 weeks my wife has dropped 18 of the 30 she wants to loose to hit her goal weight. I can't tell you how much easier it is for me with my wife doing the same eating and exercise plans, especially when we eat out and plan out strategy ahead of time together. We are mutually supportive without becoming "the food police" for each other. Thank you God! emoticon
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  • KITT52
    doing it together is so very nice...
    thanks for sharing

    good luck
    2449 days ago
    How terrific that you and your wife are on the same page and support each other. What a grand celebration that will be when you both reach your respective goals.
    Keep up the good work!

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    2466 days ago
  • 68ANNE
    No food police
    2512 days ago
  • BRADMILL2922
    Congrats to you and your wife for doing so well! Glad you found something that works for you!
    2521 days ago
  • no profile photo CD1338628
    Find what works for you! You're doing well!! emoticon
    2521 days ago
  • PICKIE98
    You are SO lucky!! That is the way to go. Even when you lose the weight you have in your goal, this is not a diet here, it is a new lifestyle, so you just keep on using it for life.
    Good luck!
    2521 days ago
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