This week was all about the awareness of complacency.
This rung SO true with me, especially over the last few weeks. I had realised that I had got into a rut and thought that I knew what I was doing. I have been doing this since September 2015 and only have managed to lose 2 stone up until now. Stuck between 13st 1 and 13 st 7 for the last few weeks, and it hasn't done much for my self confidence.
I put on 0.5lb this week, after an initial gain of 2.5lb at the previous weigh-in. I was truly gutted. My leader was right, I had come too far to slip back into my old habits. I 'thought' that I had a good week, and then it slowly dawned on me that I had eaten so many extras, plus a breakfast at Wetherspoons and going to the rugby in Rochdale. This meant that I hadn't been as good as I thought, and the reason? I wasn't writing it all down. Boy that has made such a difference!
What will I say yes to this week?
I will say yes to playing with my two daughters outside in the street a whole lot more, earning more fitpoints in the process. This will then give me more energy, and make me happier.
How adventurous am I?
I can't say that I am that adventurous, but I am willing to give something like Ceroc a try, or Zumba. I have booked a 1 hour session at the start of July as part of my work's Staff Wellbeing event. I hope to like it and not make too much of an idiot of myself.
Could I say yes more often?
I think I could to be honest. I say no to things way too often, and I hope to change soon.
Which new healthy ideas would I like to try?
As above, I would like to try new dance class, such as Ceroc or Salsa, something fun. I have now heard of Aqua Zumba, which sounds highly intriguing! I like exercise that doesn't feel like I am working out.
Could new experiences keep me inspired?
I think watch this space is all that I can comment here.
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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)