Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Tomorrow

Tomorrow I weigh in for the first time on Weight Watchers.  I've been following the plan and tracking for the last 10 days but this is my first weigh in since I found a partner to go with me on Wednesdays.

Despite the nagging doubts I have I know that I have done everything I'm supposed to in the plan.  I ate my daily points, used weekly points where needed.  I worked out 4 days.  Everything, including my pants, point to the fact that I have lost something.

And yet there is anxiety in facing the scale knowing I gave it my all.  What if I don't lose anything?  What if I lose a little bit but I get frustrated because I wished it was more?  What if... What if...  It is those what ifs that used to keep me from following the plan to the fullest.  If I sabotaged myself  then I was never surprised by the result.  Tomorrow, I don't know what the result will be because I refused to be sabotaged this time.

But I am hopeful, but more than that I am determined.  To that end I have made myself 2.5 promises about tomorrow.

1.  I will continue to follow the plan next week no matter what the outcome.
2.  I will celebrate that I have accomplished a solid week on plan regardless of the number on the scale.
2b. Celebrate does not mean eat food.

I can keep those promises.

I'll keep you posted.  I imagine it will be an interesting experience tomorrow.  I'm hoping for a good number its true, but I am promising myself to keep on with the fight no matter what.


5 comments:

Sabrina said...

When the pants feel better that is a GREAT sign! I am cheering for you, Liz! Don't feel frustrated, feel empowered!!

Valerie said...

I can't wait to hear the outcome. I'm sure it will be great. No matter what the outcome of this week, though, just remember a couple of things:

1) Losing nothing is still better than gaining something.

2) Nothing tastes as good as losing weight feels.

You are awesome. You can do this. Just take it one day at a time.

Ann said...

Fingers crossed, Liz!

Marie said...

I love number 2. You WILL do this! :)

Anti-Supermom said...

Hey Liz,
Just catching up on some blogs. I'm excited to here about you progress today, because I'm certain... you made progress.

And that's all that matter. Thinking of you.