Some of you have been asking me where my Weight Watchers post have gone? Well, I was posting them every week and Weight Watchers was awesome enough to give me free access to their online program. But my three months came to an end, and they decided to let other bloggers have a chance to try it and write about it. That actually really bummed me out because I was just getting my groove on with the program and I tried to be honest about my results each week and not to toot my own horn but I thought they were entertaining, they were real to say the least.
So, since I have stopped doing the Weight Watchers thing, I have gained 4 pounds. I am at a loss of what to do for my next program. I know, I know, I need to just watch what I eat and exercise, but I work a lot better with a schedule and regimen.
I could have stayed on the online program, but it lapsed before we had the discussion to renew so I missed the chance to do the online program for $15 a month, and I would have to start over and pay the three months up front. I thought of just buying the start-up kit and doing it from home. The journal and book that has what all the points are, but I haven’t decided if I want to continue with Weight Watchers. I think it is a good plan, but I actually wanted to see what all of you do and what you have had success with.
I liked writing about my journey with the weight loss sitch, (new science-backed research) and I think you did too since there was always a lot of discussion on twitter and the comments.
Having your positive words and support really makes a difference.
I would love to hear what you suggest. What do you do, or have had success with that you recommend?
Here is what I have been considering:
Go back on Weight Watchers
The weight loss program Kate Middleton did for her wedding.
I need to get back on the wagon, and I have no shame in sharing the nitty gritty of the weight loss (new science-backed research) deal with all of you.
But what now? Ugh, if I was only as skinny as when I thought I was fat in my 20s.