Weird Weigh In 3:

I am having regrets.

It all started on Sunday.  I’m really feeling the pressure of publicly documenting my weight loss journey on doing Weight Watchers Canada.

I was never told that I had to share my weight.

I was never told to weigh in weekly and share it to the masses.

I just felt like it was something I really wanted to do.

But, the pressure started to get to me.

What if I gained again?

What if I fail?

What if I make an ass of myself?

I was even trying to figure out ways that I could fake my Weigh In photo.

Sick, eh.

And almost impossible to do.

Sadly Zed weighs like 20 lbs less than I do and using his photo with his hairy toes was not going to work.  Unless you all believe in one week of 20 lb weight loss that comes with hobbit feet….

I did a lot of thinking last night.

And no matter how I tried to spin it the answer always came back to this….

I am human.

Humans succeed.

Humans fail.

And I have the best humans supporting me.

Thanks.

227.2

 

Weigh In 3: -1.6 lbs

Total Weight Loss: 6.6 lbs

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My first official Weigh In

Weigh In 1

Weigh In 2

 

Thanks so much for all my support provided by Yummy Mummy Club. You ladies soothe my soul. Plus, you answer all my pooping questions. You can follow our journey with the hashtag #betyou10lbs on twitter and instagram 

 

12 thoughts on “Weird Weigh In 3:

  1. You’re being very brave! Good for you for following through and sticking to it. Keep up being a great roll model for all us fatties out here!

  2. Love your honesty. If I’m being honest: big. fat. failure. Seriously. Weigh-in is tomorrow, but it was a holiday weekend here in the US and I went crazy … lots of beer & burgers. Delicious, delicious failure! Back on track again now 😉

    It’s all a cycle. I can live with the gains if they are worth it. I am not disciplined enough to stick to the plan 100% of the time – and I’m OK with that. It works and, in the long run, it will help me accomplish my goals. As long as my failures don’t become a habit 😉

    Keep up the GREAT work!!!!

  3. I love your honesty. Life would be awfully boring if we could predict what was going to happen each and every week. I think you’re doing a great job showing your own personal results. Thank you.

  4. You are not a failure at all. I really think that week three is the hardest. Your body is starting to adjust to the new calorie intake and the exercise. Your muscles are changing, growing, lengthening and becoming stronger. Week three is when you start to see some of those fat cells shift into heavier muscle cells that will make the difference for you in the long run.

    I’m also in the midst of a change – combining together WW and 21 Day Beach Body workouts. This time around I ignored the scale and for the first time ever, I measured. After 5 weeks I’d only lost 6 lbs…but I’d trimmed nearly 8 inches off of my waist/hips. Blew my mind. There are loads of ways to measure progress and the scale is just one. Keep your chin up. You’re doing well!

    1. Oh Lynn I adore you. Thanks so much for those kind words. Great advice too. Please drink a giant vodka for me with my girl Pam at Blog U!

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