Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Tuesday

I have no idea what this is going to look like. I am posting the Sunflower in honor of cheefulness.  I was very grumpy about the WW meeting. It was crowded, etc. and long, stuff I already knew and so on. It seemed complicated.  I had a headache. My friend left a little early because the meeting did run on and on. But I was a dedicated trouper and stayed till the end. I bought a special calculator. It makes it easy to track things. After two days I can say that it has been very easy. I have not even grocery shopped yet. Just using what I have already and plugging it into my range. I also bought a pedometer which does not appear entirely accurate but even if I calcualte error rate and subtract some steps, it shows I do quite a bit of walking during the day. I knew I did. I wanted to measure it, though so I could feel good about it. It's not the same as a full blown work out session but it is substantially better than sitting all day. So, I have not suffered any unpleasant hunger as a result of being in the lowest point classification. I have switched from coffee to tea and I feel more calm than I used to feel during the day. Overall, I think I can do this.  More will be revealed.                             

3 comments:

Vickie said...
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Cindy...154 said...

They encourage whole foods now, or it looks that way to me - I believe that was the rationale for the zero point veggies and fruits and the "power foods". I use whole foods and plug the data into my handy calculator/tracker. I don't plan on buying all their snacks, etc. I may keep a frozen dinner or two on hand, though for emergencies.

PJ, Minnesota said...

I just started WW a few months ago and I really feel good about it. This time I'm sticking with it, though for me it is slow going. Our meetings are exactly one-half hour, so they don't drag on, though I love the tips and ideas from our group members. Found your blog quite by accident, but I'm going to bookmark it. Sounds like we have some stuff in common.