Sunday, March 13, 2011

Week 1 Spring Challenge Result **Edited**

Well I guess it could have been worse :(

This is not a great result. I was hoping for more but my unexpected binge frenzy has not gone un-noticed. Yesterday was better, but there's still room for improvement.

Here's hoping for a better result next week but in the meantime - whoo hoo 250's!!!

Hope you guys all had a better challenge week than I did :)
**Edited to add:**
I just re-read my post after publishing it and thought to myself - jeez Negative Nancy look at your ticker, look at the progress you've made so far, look at the changes you are making to your lifestyle.
Well I looked.
I looked at a ticker that tells me I have lost 13.9 kg (just over 30 pounds). I should celebrate that.
I looked at the food I am eating for breakfast. A lot healthier than the 'old' kellie. I should celebrate that.
I looked at my pyjamas and notice how they nearly fall down when I wear them because they are that big on me. I remember a time that I used to squeeze my butt into these. I should celebrate that too!
So even though my week was not so great - today I sit here and celebrate how far I have come so far.
And it feels good!
What are you celebrating today?


  1. Amen sista! I am glad you reposted with a little more pep! Way to look at the positive. You have done fantastically. Get so new pjs woman!

    I am happy that the size 16 and 18 pant someone sent me actually fit. A little tight but I had not hope that they would!

  2. Gosh, I couldnt weigh myself in pounds. I'd hate seeing my weight doubled.

    It's such a great feeling when clothes that used to not fit, actually become too big. I focus on that when I try on more clothes that dont fit me yet.

    Good luck with the rest of the challenge.

  3. You go girl - it's always so important to see the good things - especially when the scale this particular day or week isn't doing what we want it to do!

  4. You're doing great, and i'm so glad you're giving yourself credit for it! In the interest of our final goals, we often forget to give ourselves props for the progress toward it!