The half a pound queen

It’s Friday again already, how the heck did that happen?  While most people herald the arrival of the weekend, for me it is a mixed blessing as it also means that once again it’s weigh day …… dum ,dum, dum …..

Like most of the folks in my Slimming World group I leave the class on Friday feeling buoyed and ready for the week ahead, with dreams of a really big loss for the following Friday.  But, so far for me, the dream hasn’t become the reality.  Instead it seems that I am stuck in a perpetual cycle of half a pound losses!

Don’t get me wrong, I know I have no-one to blame for this rather disappointing start to my latest weight loss campaign than myself.  But it does mean that my weight loss graph looks something like this …..

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The reasons for this are manifold, sometimes I get the weigh-in over and just think “sod it”, it’s the weekend, I’m going to eat what I want and drink what I want and worry about the consequences on Monday.  There are also occasions where I feel hugely hormonal and really do believe that I need to eat ALL the food.  And other weeks are like the one just gone, I have good intentions but I also have some social events that throw me off the rails (I am yet to learn the art of following the plan when I have a special occasion – it just seems so boring!).

This week saw me having days of great extremes, twice going out for a meal and letting loose with the menu and others days of being a saint and sticking to the plan like glue.  I guess this explains why, at least, I did lose this week instead of gaining.

Hey ho, I do need to make that choice – either be more consistent with the diet for greater losses, or enjoy slower losses but a more normal and less compromised life.

I comfort myself with the fact that half a pound every week would be a two stone loss over the year and that I would take … so maybe it’s not so bad being the half a pound queen after all.

One Comment Add yours

  1. jmarie1974 says:

    Absolutely nothing wrong with half a pound a week, especially if it’s consistent. Like you say, that’s 26lb a year 🤗

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