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Wednesday, May 6, 2009

SHSC Week 5 Update!

My original Starting Weight: 299

SHSC Starting weight: 268
Last week: 258
Current: 254.5
Loss this week: 3.5 lb
total loss: 13.5 lb

It's been a great week, a loss of 3.5 is very good but since I weigh myself almost daily it takes out the fun so to speak because I weighed 256 last week then by the weigh in I was 258 so to be at 254.5 is still a loss but I don't know it just seems to be blah. That's ungratefulness at it's finest isn't it? Now had I gained then it would have been a major big deal, I'd feel all sorts of negative emotions towards myself and I'd start to feel guilty etc., therefore I will choose to be grateful for the loss of 3.5 pounds and perhaps I will try to control my daily weigh ins.

I went shopping with hubby last week and bought a size 18 goal pants, a beautiful pair of jeans that promise to slim my tummy while wearing them. I also bought a size 20 and they fit but tightly (I'll try them on again today). I tried on the size 18 in front of hubby, it wasn't a pretty sight but my point was to show him so that when they do fit (next month) he will see my progress, not that he hasn't but this is a downright obvious shift once it's attained.

Speaking of hubby, he's cheating on the diet a lot though he works physically hard everyday he must walk 3-5 miles a day for his job if not way more. So at night when he comes home (he works 2nd shift) he's hungry. I've started to give him 2 whole wheat toast w/apple sauce. I try to explain to the hungry bear that midnight is not supposed to mean a full meal, a snack is acceptable. It doesn't seem to be slowing down his weight loss (lucky b@stard) but still, he'd lose more and faster if it not for his need for a midnight snack. Any suggestions on how I can keep him satisfied without blowing his "diet".

We had a party on Saturday, a huge BBQ for our friends, I did well, I had a hamburger (white bun) and that was all. Come Sunday we had another BBQ but only for us and on that day I mowed part of the farm with a push mower, did a lot of walking etc and had 2 hamburgers, I was starving but I did not eat anything else after that. That was the first time I ate 2 of anything since being on the plan but I swear to you I was famished.

I want to thank you all for your support and feedback, what a great lot of friends I have, I'm truly blessed. I will be making the rounds today, reading, commenting and saying hello!

Thanks again!

Sassle!

7 comments:

Ang said...

3.5 lbs gone..
14 sticks of butter gone.
14 lbs off the knees gone..


YAHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

Lisa said...

WAY to go on your weight loss this week! You are doing a fantastic job.... Great self disapline at both BBQ's...they tend to be so hard to eat healthy at... everyone always seems to like to bring the high carb foods...salads, chips, cookies, etc... You did awesome limiting yourself. Keep up the great job you are doing!

Lisa

VRaz60 said...

Well color me green with envy. 3.5# gone....POOF!! I'm happy with a full 1# week, so guess I'm gonna have to step up my game to keep up with all of you young whippersnappers. Way to go!!!

Mama Bear June said...

Sassle, you are kicking booty! Congrats on the great loss!

I'd say with hubby and the different schedule - he needs the fuel, so eating at midnight with his schedule is like eating at 6 or 7pm for the rest of us. Maybe make up 1/4c snack bags of raw, unsalted nuts he can carry with him. High protein snacks go a long way to fueling the body and battling hunger.
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KK @ Running Through Life said...

GREAT JOB!! Congrats on the loss!!

Annalisa201 said...

Congrats! That is amazing results, and you should be proud!!! VERY proud. Plus, you are one of the few who lost anything this week. Keep up the good work :)

Melisa said...

Wow! That is truly amazing. Keep up the great work!

"This blog is so much more then writing about my weight loss journey it has become an extension in helping me know who I am and who I can be."

Sassle