| Originally Posted by michelle08 |
So these laughing cow cheeses...are these the little min bon bell ones that are round and in the red wax?
WW for 2008 Brides
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Posted 17 January 2008 - 01:31 AM
I just saw this forum. i'm new to this board, but I joined weight watchers last year and lost weight with no exercise, but managed to gain it all back over the summer.
NOw, I'm getting married in June, so I'm back on in full force. I lost a pound this week. Not much, but it's something. I've only done it online, but I am going to the gym faithfully. I have been for awhile now, but I think my metabolism has slowed down big time. It's that age thing. Anyway, good luck everyone. It works, and am positive to know it will work for me to look my bewst in JUne.
Posted 17 January 2008 - 01:42 AM
I am with you, I only lost one pound this week. BUT it's better than nothing! We can do this!
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Posted 24 January 2008 - 12:24 AM
| Originally Posted by Betsy |
LOL I have been sort of on weight watchers for awhile - I've had many "last meals" LOL! But the great thing w/ WW is if you have more points than your supposed to you can just work out more - I ate pizza hut on Sunday and I still lost 3 lbs!!
i had dinner with my bdw twin tonight and we were both so good and had salad and one glass of wine! as soon as i get set up with my points hopefully i can stick to it. i lost 25 pounds last spring working out with a trainer twice a week, but it got too expensive to keep doing. now i only see him once a week, and i know i slack so much more because of that. hopefully the ww will help me, because i gained 10 pounds back when i moved in with my FI this summer.
Posted 25 January 2008 - 05:30 PM
Back home now, and I know the upcoming weeks will be better. I have not trips planned, so that's a good thing.
I"m afraid to weigh in this week because of all the food the past three days. I guess that's why meetings are such a positive thing.
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