If I eat 2 Lean Cuisines, is it still considered Lean?
I’m on Weight Watchers – the online version. I have only 10 lbs to lose before I’m back to my pre-baby weight, but lets face it – it doesn’t mean I’m going to be sliding in my skinny jeans at that point. In fact, many of my jeans I can now wear. I spray them down with our sink hose, put them in the dryer until they are just damp, and heave them over my thighs. I then bend and squat to stretch them out even more, and I zip them half way, use a Bella Band to cover up the fact they can’t button and BINGO! Jeans that semi fit.
So unless I’d like to keep doing this for the next year, I need to lose a few pounds and work on my middle. I’m following along with McFatty Monday, which is something that is the creation of another mom, the website owner of The Heir to Blair.
I have a hard time sticking to this while Sam is home cooking. Weight Watchers requires you to monitor and record your food intake, which is great unless you aren’t really sure what someone put in their food. Cooking fish with 6 tablespoons of butter is quite a point difference from cooking it with a shot of Pam. I buy a lot of Lean Cuisines, they have the point value right on them and I really like them a lot. Throw them on top of steamed veggies and there you go – a whole meal. It’s tempting to eat 2, especially when it’s their Mac ‘n Cheese. I could eat 10 of those in one sitting. I really try not to.
I hope if you’re reading this and trying to lose weight – New Years resolution, baby weight, whatever, that you will leave a comment about what way you are trying and how you plan on keeping on track. In doing that, you’ll not only be leaving one of the first posts on this blog (I mean, come on! No one has anything to say? 😉 ) and you’ll be motivating me and others about losing. I plan on posting once a week how much I am down, or up as the case may be, and I’ll be accountable to someone besides myself that way.