Sunday, March 29, 2009

No, I don't eat weird stuff.

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I have heard a lot of people say that to loose weight on Weight Watchers you needed to buy their product, or that people following WW ate weird stuff and so on. But these are false assumptions that I am trying to kill with this video. See for yourself, here's a tour of my pantry and freezer.

I have been a good girl for the last days. I used to be struggling to stay within my daily point allowance and seemed to always go over, so much that I didn't even have enough of 35 weekly points ! But I found the problem : I ate unecessary big breakfasts. I sometimes used 7 to 8 points for a breakfast, while I can be full and satisfied with only 4 to 5 points. I worked on reducing my breakfasts' points values and ended up using only my daily points for the past 3 days ! GO ME !

I still have a bit of grocery shopping to do today, as well as some cleaning before my parents get here for dinner ! Tonight is going to be very smooth, we're eating chicken cacciatore with a salad and a piece of homemade carrot cake. We might watch a movie after or take a walk if the weather permits it.

Have a great day everyone ! Smile even if it's rainy !


misssarahlou said...

First of all, love the new look blog!

Second, I totally agree with your post, the way I look at weight watchers is its the only program that I know of that allows you to have ANY food that you want, there is no way that you are limited to WW products or weird stuff.

LindaCCC said...

I'm not sure where people get the idea of having to eat special WW food. My husband and I have followed WW off and on throughout the years. Currently my husband has lost 27 pounds since January following WW, and he eats everything you can buy at the local grocery store.