I've had my fair struggles this week, not least because no 1 daughter was poorly for a few days and I turned to food for comfort. Don't we worry so much about our children? And quite rightly too if you ask me!
I've had a pretty decent couple of weeks, and I am now under 13st for the first time in a couple of years! I am so happy about that. One secret that I have almost forgotten about really, is the fact that I do not snack hardly at all, and the only thing I have outside of my three meals is my 4sp dessert I make sure I have every day. I feel I look forward to it, be it 75g of low fat custard and a sugar free jelly pot, or approx 50g of ice cream; and I think that is a very important thing.
However, I remember a time when snacks were THE most important part of my day. Each day, at 10.30am, I would wonder what 2sp treat I could give myself at that particular time. Recently though, I have noticed that on good days, I don't snack at all. On bad days, I snack quite a bit, but it's only in the evenings. I wonder if that's why I have managed to keep a lid on any weight gain.
I have a wedding this week, where my beautiful 4 year old daughter is a flower girl. And needless to say, I know I will gain a bit of weight. But I am REAL, not PERFECT, and that line will be drawn on Sunday morning when I return from Southampton. Onwards and upwards (well, downwards!) #mywwjourney.
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I am a Weight Watchers member from Caerphilly, South Wales. This blog discusses my triumphs and struggles as I continue through #mywwjourney. It has not been endorsed by Weight Watchers UK or any of their associates. It contains my opinion alone, not the opinions of Weight Watchers UK (TM)