Here we go again...

Discussion in 'Strugglers and Restarters' started by Honey_Bee, 3 February 2013 Social URL.

  1. Honey_Bee

    Honey_Bee New Member

    Ok all, I'm starting back again...I don't have a massive amount of weight to lose, perhaps a stone to a stone and a half overweight...but would like to shift it and get down near 9 stone (roughly at 10st 10lbs right now, at 5'3"). I'm trying to find the motivation, as I can go great for a few days on a diet, but towards the weekend I start slipping again. I have tried Weight Watchers, Slimming World and My Fitness Pal. Not sure what is best to do this time around...really want to do something that I can stick to (during the week and at the weekends) to lose this weight for once and for all. Does anybody have inspiration of any sort for me??? xoxo
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  3. MrsKing

    MrsKing Full Member

    Hiya just saw your post, how have you got on ? Which plan did you decide to go with ? I find slimming world the best, i actually enjoy it rather than seeing it as a diet :)
  4. Honey_Bee

    Honey_Bee New Member

    Hey - I actually decided to give My Fitness Pal a go again...I have the app on my phone and have been tracking my calories since I started back yesterday morning. I loved Slimming World because I was never ever hungry on it (there's really no excuse to be hungry on it) but I get very lazy tracking my syns. I just went with MFP this time around for the simple reason that I can track my progress on my Blackberry, can follow other friends progress and get inspiration from the things they are eating... Logging my intake is SO important for me, because I find myself slipping into bad habits when I don't log every morsel that goes into my mouth...kind of cod myself that I'm eating less than I am!!! How long have you been following SW?

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