Weight Watchers weigh-in Week 18

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This week’s loss pales into insignificance in comparison to last week’s whopper loss. Nevertheless it is still a loss and not a gain. As Tesco slogan says every little helps. I just wish this little was a bit higher.

I normally do not like looking at myself in a full length mirror. Shoulders up is best. I did this morning. I have some way to go! What a mess. Flabby, man boobs and all loose.

Having said that it looks better than when I was 19lbs heavier. It will look far better with a further thirty one pounds lighter. I need to remember this when I just cannot stop eating. Why did I let myself go like this? Some would that this is just being middle aged. What tosh!

Hair loss and hair growing in places you do not want is being middle aged and getting old. Putting on weight is just neglect. Why make excuses? Okay my body slowed down, but this should have been backed up by lowering intake. In my case my intake went up.

I do not think my reason for neglect is that different to what others would say - concentrating on more important matters. What could be more important than my health and how I feel?

On reflection I should have taken steps to be healthy rather than gain one more qualification and get higher up the career ladder. The worst part is I have not changed much. I still do not make time to go the gym and overall look after my health. I want to expand my business first! This is stupid of me.

This week’s result – Loss .5lb (half a pound)

Total Weight loss to date: 19lbs

This week’s Weight: 12 stones 6lbs

Target Weight: 10 stones

Weight left to lose now: 31lbs

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By Flash Gordon
15th Mar 2012 17:14

Work at the gym

Had you thought about sticking some business-type audiobooks on your ipod (if you have one) and telling yourself that you're working at the same time as getting fit? Might encourage you to be a gym bunny more often if you're there having planned (in your daily work schedule) sessions on marketing or whatever via your headphones. And you might find yourself having brilliant ideas while you pound the treadmill or whatever just because you're letting your brain switch off from the office environment.

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