And not like a little whoopsie daisie. More like an ‘O crap, what was I thinking?’.
I told you last week that I was feeling tempted to give up at this weight. To call it a day. To tell my body and its desire to stay in the mid 150s that hey, you win. And last weekend I did.
I went on a leadership retreat for my MOPS group (steering team fist bump to all my MOPS moms out there) and I said to heck with it. To heck with eating appropriate portions and choosing the healthier option and saying no to skittles by the fistful. To heck with it.
Know what else went to heck?
(I’ll give you one guess.)
After near-binging on food all weekend and saying no to nothing, I am back on the Medifast bandwagon with a vengeance this week. Except this time, instead of making forward progress, I will be losing the same three pounds I lost already this month.
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My Journey to Health:
June 20, 2012: 156lbs (already knocked one down. again.)
June 12, 2012: 154lbs
June 1, 2012: 155lbs
April 28, 2012: 160lbs
March 31, 2012: 163lbs
February 29, 2012: 166lbs
January 30, 2012: 174lbs
December 30, 2011, 187 lbs
33 31 lbs lost!
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How am I losing that weight, you ask? Medifast!! If you use the coupon code, OFAMILY56, and sign up for Medifast Advantage, when you order $250+, you’ll receive 56 free Medifast Meals and free shipping! (More details at the bottom of this post.)
Disclosure: I receive free product in order to evaluate and comment on my experiences on the Medifast Nursing Mothers Program. I will only ever tell you how I actually feel about this experience and the Medifast products. Pinky swearsies. I am supposed to tell you that the Medifast Program is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or illness and that any medical improvements noted while on the program are related to weight loss in general, and not to Medifast products or programs. K, you got that? Good. There will be a quiz later.