In mid-December I wrote This Post about wanting to 30 p0unds.  So one would think that nearly two months later, progress would have been made.  In my case, you'd be wrong, wrong, wrong!

I can't blame Weight Watchers.  It's a good program that would be working, if only I was following it.  And exercising.  Basically, this weight-loss fail is all on me.  I'm not sure why, exactly.  Well, actually I am.  I'm an emotional eater, so along with some things going on in my life, I eat as a comfort.  Except, I always have "buyers remorse" after I eat something I shouldn't or eat too much of something.

Recently, though, we had a busy weekend.  Friday was our neighborhood bowling league (for which I squeezed into too-tight jeans and top that wouldn't show too much of my muffin top-I bowled well, tho) and Saturday brought my husband's company party for which I wore all black, because, you know, black is slimming-it did what it could).

It is that weekend that has made me ready to kick into gear.  I have been eating better, making healthier choices and smaller portions.  They gym has been been tough, with blizzards and such.  But, I'm on my way!

I've moved my weight-loss tracker up near the top of my sidebar...easy to see my success or failure.  Share your stories!  I know a lot of you have them!  We can be in this together!

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