Weight Watchers
Goal Digging

Weighing in on Weeks 24-25

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At the weigh-in for week 24, I was up another 0.4 lbs. So, after another week of weight gain, I’m thinking I can several approaches to this: 1) I could simply give up; 2) I could keep doing what I’ve been doing; or 3) I could try adjusting to see if something else will work better. I chose to adjust. I tried some different foods, did a little less snacking, and make sure my portion sizes were in line with where they should be. After adjusting my snacks and meals, I lost 1.8 lbs. at the week 25 weigh-in, making my total weight loss 27.8 lbs.

  • Breakfast Bowl (eggs, roasted potatoes, and smoked turkey sausage) – 5 SP
  • Oatmeal – 2 SP
  • 2 Eggs with cheese and 1 slice of chicken bacon – 1 SP
  • Fruit – 0 SP
breakfast bowl with eggs and turkey sausage
  • *Mini Lasagna –  6 SP
  • Peas – 0 SP
  • Soup & Grilled Cheese – 7 SP

*For the lasagna, I am using a recipe I received from a friend many years ago. However, I tweaked it to make it lower in WW points. I also used the directions found on Money Saving Mom for freezing and cooking:


lasagna meal prep
  • Sunday – Italian Restaurant Leftovers
  • Monday – Italian Restaurant Leftovers
  • Tuesday – Soup & grilled cheese – 7 SP
  • Wednesday – Salisbury Steaks – 7 SP
  • Thursday – Soup & grilled cheese – 7 SP
  • Friday – Leftover Salisbury Steaks – 7 SP
  • Saturday – Sweet & Sour Meatballs – 6 SP

My meals are prepped and ready to go for the week using my 5 Dinners 1 Hour meal planning service. I prepped three, but it takes us several days to get through one meal. The good thing is that they will store nicely in the freezer until next week.


Zumba Tuesday-Thursday and Saturday

Tool of the week:

Water bottle/Insulated tumbler – It’s important to drink plenty of water throughout the day. Most days I drink at least 90 oz. I take a full 30 oz. Yeti cup to work with me each morning, along with a large water bottle that I refill later in the day. Then, when it’s Zumba time, I take a second large water bottle with me to class. I also keep my Yeti cup full and by my side in the evenings and drink as much as I can before bedtime. Using reusable water bottles saves me money since I don’t have to buy the bottled stuff, and it cuts down on waste in the process.

There are so many cute cups and bottles out there. While I haven’t tried the Pioneer Woman travel cups, I love the designs. I will have to add these and one of her water bottles to my wish list.

What’s your favorite fitness or healthy living tip. What’s working for you. Let me know in the comments.

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