This week, I genuinely feel like a million bucks. In spite of the fact that I have failed to exercise as much as I should, it looks like sticking strictly within my daily calorie limits is paying off, because I’ve reached a milestone. As of today, I have a lost more than 30 lbs! I know I usually don’t share how much I’ve lost until later in my update, but I’m too excited about this one to hold it in.
I’m not going to lie though. I hasn’t been easy. Now that school is back in session and as a family we have so much to do, there are a lot of nights when we eat takeout. And there are a lot of mornings when I don’t feel like drinking a shake. The peanut butter chocolate chip bars are still my favorites though
However, I’ve been trucking along, pushing myself to eat when I don’t feel like it, and keeping my calories within my set limits, and reminding myself of where I want to be at the end of all this. Because that’s the point right? To wind up in a better place than where I began?
So far, I’d say I’m doing a pretty good job of that. So I’m going to pat myself on the back for a bit, then get back on the horse, better and stronger than before. And work out. A lot. Because I’ve still got some problem areas to work on and quite a bit more weight to lose.
So here’s where I am, in picture form:
And my measurements:
I’m getting there, one pound and inch at a time.
Disclosure: I was chosen by Shaklee to be a #Cinchspiration blogger. As a result, I will receive a 6-month supply of Shaklee 180 products along with online support and incentives as I document my journey. As usual, all opinions are authentic and mine. Results and experiences are unique for each person, so results may vary. People following the weight loss portion of Shaklee 180 can expect to lose 1-2 pounds a week.