Wednesday, June 27, 2012


Current Weight: 206.2

Starting Weight: 258
Week 25: 0
Total lost: -51.8
Goal Weight: 140
Total to lose: 66.2 pounds to go

- Below 200 pounds by end of summer: -6.3 pounds to go in 9 weeks (0.7 pounds a week).
- CHEESBURGER!!!!  -6.3 pounds to go
- HALFWAY MARK!!!:  -7.2 Pounds to go
- 60 pounds gone: -8.2 pounds to go
- Overweight BMI: -27.2 pounds to go

- 40 pounds gone: (Complete on 5/13/2012)
- Another 10%: (Complete on 6/10/2012)
- 50 pounds gone: (Complete on 6/10/2012)
While I was disappointed in the scale this week,  I wasn’t all that surprised.  I didn’t do very well in the eating arena this week mostly due to activities. 
Monday – I had dinner with my Dad.
Tuesday – Work potluck
Thursday – We had a donor appreciation night for a local theater group we support. The event was held here: and it was one of the most beautiful places I have ever been.
The food was to DIE for and I consumed a tad bit too much wine which meant my inhibitions were down and I ate way too much.
Saturday – Dinner with my sister which then ended at a club downtown where again the alcohol got the best of me.
Congrats go out to my lovely daughter. She is officially in ONEDERLAND at 199.5 pounds.  So proud of her!!! I am totally envious of a teenager’s metabolism though.
This week I feel like I am doing better even though I am snack more than I like. It is weird, it is like my common sense goes out the window and next thing I know I have one hand in a box of cheese nips and the other in a bucket of redvines. WHAT IS GOING ON!
The scale did show a slight decline last night so I feel confident in a loss this week.  Mama D and I are having a romantic weekend away this Friday to the ocean so I really need to focus to keep on track. 
What hints/techniques do you use when you feel yourself falling off the wagon?



  1. Hang in there, you'll do it! And congrats to your daughter!!

  2. I'm still trying to figure that out, too. How to not fall off the wagon??? I have no idea! But, as long as you keep getting up and back'll eventually get there! Congrats to your daughter -- onederland sounds amazing! :D