Tuesday, January 6, 2015

I started Weight Watchers!

  Hi friends! As the new year approached, I was noticing how uncomfortable I felt with my own body. I had only lost half of the baby weight I gained (which is totally normal, I know), and was also starting to gain weight slowly because I was in the habit of eating a little more than I should (due to having been pregnant, then breastfeeding, and also because while pregnant I was able to eat some of the foods I used to have allergies/sensitivities to. One of those things is gluten. So now I am eating cereal and bread and pasta (all the things I love), when I haven't eaten any of those carbs in three years.).

  About 3.5 years ago, I went on Weight Watchers after I had gained about 40lbs after I got married. I remember it working very well (I lost 35lbs with WW,  and then lost an additional 15-20lbs after I cut out gluten and most dairy). So I made the decision to start on WW again to help me lose the rest of the baby weight, and to help me with eating correct portions and more balanced meals.

  I started WW on Saturday, January 3rd. Aaaaannnnnd I forgot how challenging it can be in the first few weeks. Ive felt hungry pretty much constantly since I started (its only been 4 days). But once my stomach shrinks, and I find the right combo of foods to eat to keep me full, while staying within my allotted points for the day, I think I'll be just fine.

  My weigh in days are Saturday mornings. I'll keep you posted on how everything goes!

  I know a lot of people start their weight loss journeys at the beginning of the new year, so I decided to share mine with you to hopefully help support and encourage you. Lets do this together! Please share your plans and goals!

With love,
  Brianne

1 comment:

  1. I know a lot of us are right there with you in our weight loss challenges and goals for 2015! I love that you're blogging about it...encouragement and support to and from others can help so much in day to day weight loss efforts, Keep us posted on any yummy snacks, meals or healthy eating tips you discover along the way. Stay strong ... you can do it!

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