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Discussion in 'Slimming World' started by Rhianny2244, 18 January 2014 Social URL.

  1. Rhianny2244

    Rhianny2244 Well-Known Member

    Hi everyone.
    well I had my first weigh in on Wednesday and only lost a measly half pound which I was devastated about. My consultant looked at my food diary and said I was doing all the right things and hopefully I will see my efforts pay off this week. So that's that. But I have a night out for my friends birthday tonight and I just have a feeling of total fear about it! It's so ridiculous I know but I can't help it!
    i don't want to be one of those people who never go out and enjoy themselves because they are on 'a diet'. I have been having roughly ten syns a day so that I can drink and will have less until Wednesday so it evens out but I just feel nervous that I will go back to weigh in on Wednesday and I will have put ON weight this time!
    i know SW works for me as I have done it before so I can't work out what has happened this time!
    any suggestions?
    Rhian x
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  3. RM07

    RM07 Well-Known Member

    You're not on a diet... you're slowly changing your eating habits so they are more healthy. Nights out are a part and parcel of life... go out, enjoy yourself but just be concious of what you're drinking/eating whilst out and make good choices where you can. The next day just get straight back on plan and don't think all is lost because of one night out.

    It's hard when you've been good food wise but don't see the results you think you should at the scales... just keep plodding on and chip away at it little by little.

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