Weight Watchers – Falling off the wagon and getting back on it!

I missed two Weight Watchers weigh ins – the first because everyone was poorly and the second because a friend came over and it meant that today it has been 3 weeks since my last weigh in.

I now freely admit that over those three weeks I fell off the Weight Watchers wagon. I ate a lot of things that I probably shouldn’t have – I had a lovely package sent to me from Bahlsen Biscuits and happily munched my way through the contents. It was also my Birthday which meant we had at least three different installments of tea and cake – two of these being fresh cream scones! My Birthday evening included a chinese take away – mains, sides and a sharing platter of starters… Dave also had an operation and came home late in the evening – so we got a takeaway pizza – not something we ever do! I have also had celebratory Birthday wine, gin & tonic and a whole box of miniature heroes.

Consider this wagon suitably fallen from.

I am now back on it and raring to lose that last bit of my pregnancy weight!! The last time I went to weigh in I was 11st 3lb. Today, I am 11st 1lb – so somehow I managed to lose weight – over 0.5lb every week that I haven’t been at Weight Watchers!

This also means that I am now 5lb above my Weight Watchers goal weight and as long as I stay at this weight or lower I won’t need to pay to go to Weight Watchers meetings – definitely an incentive to keep losing weight or at least maintain it!

These are my current statistics:

Starting WW Weight: 12st 3lb

Today’s Weight: 11st 1lb

Ultimate Goal: 10st 10lb

Total Weight Loss: 1st 2lb

Total Weight Left to Lose: 5lb

Pro Points Per Day: 26 + 14 Breastfeeding Points = 40 Pro Points

The 14 extra daily points are so important as they mean your milk supply won’t be affected whilst following Weight Watchers – and you can lose that baby weight as safely and healthily as possible whilst nursing.

Weight Watchers - Falling off the wagon and getting back on it!

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