Monday, March 02, 2009

woohoo! week 4

I lost two whole pounds! I am seriously excited!

It seemed like I would wobble around where I was forever, but now there is definite weight loss, and it feels so good :) Plus I am pleased to announce that I have reached my wedding weight, and in only one pound I will be the skinniest I have been since Thanksgiving 2006 - when we listed our house in Indy, and I instantly gained 20 pounds just by thinking about the stress of moving.

I was awesome with drinking a ton of water, and pretty good with my veggies/fruit this week (I ate at least three servings everyday, not ideal, but a step in the right direction). I only got one real workout in, so I'll just need to improve on that this week.

I think the fact that last Wed was Ash Wed really helped me get into "diet" mode. I mean - a fast for myself? No way. A fast for Jesus? I am all over that. (note that when we Catholics fast we just eat small meals and no meat, no way could I go a whole day without food)

So for next week I'm going to stick with pretty much the same plan as last week:
* Focus on getting enough water.
* Eat 5 servings of fruit/veggies each day.
* Workout at least three times.
And I'll add:
* Watch the carbs! Make sure I have solid protein at every meal.

Want to join in the fun? Head over to Tena's blog and jump on the bandwagon - we are going to be hot for swimsuit season!


Deb said...

ugh, maybe i need to convert to get this weight loss thing going! good job, you should be proud. i have got to keep drinking the water. when i do, i see a difference in the amount of food i eat, how i feel and how my skin looks. i'm just SO lazy.

Michelle said...

Great Job! 2 lbs is a big achievement -- keep it up :)

AJ said...

Great job! See, if you come up and visit every week you'll keep having good results! It was great to see you!

Kathy said...

One of the teacher at Tom's school blogs about her weight loss too.

good job, I do like working out but waiting to be thin.

Piece o' Coconut Cake said...

Working out makes a HUGE difference. I know, it's torture but so worth it.

Anonymous said...

Way to go! Keep it up!

Danielle Michelle said...

Keep going!!!

Hey - contest on my site!