Week One Reset

Last week Wednesday I decided to hit the reset button. I’ve been out of the meeting room since the end of April (Weight Watchers). Weight Watchers just didn’t seem to be “working” for me. So I stepped away. I tried for the month of May to just listen to what my body needs and pretty much maintained my weight throughout the month.

Then June came and my shorts still felt tight and I just bought myself a bikini (yup I sure did). I felt uncomfortable in my skin so I decided to once again switch it up. I logged back into My Fitness Pal and set some goals (after doing some research on what they should be). My goals were – 1500 calories daily, 500 “active” calories burned daily, 30 minutes of exercise daily and track EVERYTHING.

Beginning Stats

SO! I did it. I followed through on my commitment to myself and followed the whole goal this week. I overate one day but tracked it all and moved on.

This past week I lost 2.4 pounds and some inches. I’m happy with myself and reset the goal for the same thing this week. Tracking it all. I plan to wear that bikini beginning June 24th no matter what (but feeling better about it would be a plus!)

Week One

Below is my calorie log for the week. You’ll notice I started at a 1200 calorie goal and after some research realized it was a little low so I raised it to 1500 and that seems much better.

Here’s a sampling of my foods for the week too!

I’m looking forward to sharing next week with you too! Check out my Pinterest for some of the dinner recipes hitting the table at my house. You can find the link here… Pinterest

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