When I worked 2nd & 3rd shift, I made my meal at work my lunch. Had breakfast when I woke up, lunch at work (which was usually my main meal), then a healthy snack when I got home. I did lose weight, however, I never adjusted working to those shifts. I always said that one of the few benefits, other than the shift differential, was that I was able to lose weight. Finding the healthy snack when I came home as it had to be something I could fix without making a lot of noise so I didn't wake the house up. That's when small premade salads became my go to. 3 days ago
It all begins someplace and you just started there. Sp is the way to do it.
We want to remember it took us a few years to put our weight on and it comes off a little at a time, just like it went on. People get frustrated with it not coming off faster than we put it on. But with consistent focus on doing what we are told on SP we will hit our objective. Like many things it just wont get there overnight.
Make sure you make one of your most focused goals you water intake. Myself, when I hit plateaus its because I am not doing the water correct. I found using a reminder on my phone to be very helpful in making sure I keep on track with the water