Back in February I decided I was worth the time, effort and money to join Weight Watchers to lose some extra weight.
I went to meetings (something I’d never done before) and counted points. Going to meetings was a huge logistical challenge for me, what with the whole working full time/parenting full time gig I’ve got, but I did do it.
I even lost some weight. Until I didn’t anymore.
And I’ve come to a conclusion.
While I’d still like to lose a few more pounds, I’m OK with where I am. I am eating much more healthfully, overall, than I had been. Oh, I’ve slipped up a few times, which mostly occurs when I dare bring ice cream into the house. And honestly, it will probably happen again, but I try to keep it in check. Eating enormous quantities of ice cream, as tasty as it is, does not equal healthy. And I do love my dark chocolate. Frankly, I don’t know if I could get by on eating much less than I do now, long term. More to the point, I don’t want to! I love food, the healthy stuff as well as treats. And I’m not willing to give them up. But I am eating better, and I’m exercising most days, and I’m feeling good. Isn’t that as much as I can ask for?
So I bid WW adieu – thanks for the tools, but I am on my own from here on out. And I’m OK with that.
I’m glad you found a place that was useful to you, and that you were able to use the things they teach.
WTG for finding that degree of comfort!
That’s great – sometimes we just need help to get started, then we can take it from there.
And wasn’t that what it was all about, anyway? You are now comfortable with your body…smart woman!