Weekly Weight Watchers Food Journal: March 3 – 9, 2012

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Here is my weekly Weight Watchers food journal wrap up for March 3 – 9, 2012.

This was week two of my no chocolate chip or whip cream challenge. I feel I am in better control of myself over all. I still don’t feel like I’m ready to have them in the house yet, But I’m more aware of my impulse eating now.

However, I had a few days this week where I did have a carb meltdown. I wanted all things carb: cookies, cereal, crackers, etc. This usually happens once a month for me and lasts just a few days. I am happy to say it was not a week-long affair!

The points break down

I went OVER my points by 13 this week, but the good news is I didn’t do it from eating chocolate chips or whip cream! 🙂

90 points for maintnance on Weight Watcher’s Simply Filling plan + 40 Activity points earned = 130 points earned for the week

Then take:

130 Points total Earned – 143 Points used = -13 points over for the week

Please add to the comment section and let us know how you did staying on your points this week. If you feel you struggled this week, please share so we can offer support and suggestions and help you rock it this next week!

You can read my weekly Weight Watchers food journal by clicking the link below. And don’t forget to submit your weight loss and exercise questions for the podcast on the contact page!

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***As a reminder, I’m not a doctor, nurse, or certified health professional and what works for me may, or may not work for you. So, please be sure to talk with your doctor, dietician, or a health professional when seeking advice on your own weight loss or weight maintenance plan.

Heather Robertson author bio

After losing 170 pounds by changing her mindset, developing healthier eating habits, and making exercise part of her lifestyle, Heather decided she wanted to help others who struggled along their weight loss journey. Along with her hubby, Joel, they founded HalfSizeMe.com and the extremely popular Half Size Me Show podcast.

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