I've rejoined WW's back in October 24, 2017. That was my first weigh in as well. I've been going to WW's every Tuesday since then. Every Tuesday since then, I have lost weight. Our leader has told us several times during a meeting, ''you cannot expect to lose every single week. It doesn't mean you have not followed the program, it means your human." Gosh, how I hate being human.
I had a feeling when I left for my meeting today that ''today will be the day I gain." I have no clue why I felt this way, except every Tuesday that I weigh in I have wondered, ''will this be the day." Wondering is over. I was up .8. No not a lot, and I'm not losing focus on how far I've come. I had lost a total of 54.6 now its 53.8, still nothing to be ashamed of. It's that bump in the road we hear ourselves and so many other talk about. I have no clue why I had a gain, I've followed my plan, I didn't eat any of my extra weekly points, and that is something I have been trying to do, even if its just using like ten of them, but this week I didn't I"m not sure just why, but I didn't. I'm still off the sugar, so that is wonderful. I have to admit my bike riding can be a bit sporadic at times, but I have added in some strength ing workouts. It could be anything, it could be the soup I made over the weekend having too much sodium, it could be my body needs to take a minute and see just how far we have come. There is one thing I do know, and that is just because the scale was up a bit this week, is not going to derail me, I've done that before in the past, it solves nothing.
All the things I can crow about since going back to WW's.
1. I feel so much better
2. I'm in much smaller clothes.
3 I bought new bras yesterday and was fitted and I'm down 3 bra sizes.
4. I KNOW, I'm going to get to my goal.
Our bodies even being as wonderful as they are have to have a little time to catch up with what we are doing. This is a journey, so no reason to rush.
Just remember, if it hasn't already happened, one day you will have a gain. That is just what it is a gain, its information. Its how we choose to deal with it is what really counts.