Monday, 30 March 2009

A stone and counting........

Finally, I'm at 100kg! An achievement, I must say considering the fact that it hasn't been easy but it's been worth it. Tried on some old clothes the other day and they felt great! These are clothes I haven't worn in 2 yrs but kept hoping this day might come. A whole stone and 2 pounds!!. I keep finding every excuse to check myself in the mirror! See u next week.

Wednesday, 18 March 2009

I feel like dancing...

I thot this would be the one of the easiest decisions I ever made but now, I'm not so sure. Googled dancing classes in London the other day and so many popped up, my eyes hurt! Should I go for tango or belly dancing? I like country western but think of my friends' jaws dropping when I do the head flip aka jamaican style! On the other hand, my hubby would worship me if I learn pole dancing. Hmm, decisions, decisions....... What do u think?

Sunday, 15 March 2009

Only 3 pounds?

This is the end of the 2nd week and I only lost 3 pounds. My counsellor said it's normal since it was my time of the month and all that but still, I was disappointed. I thot I had lost more. However, it has made me more determined than ever.Next week, I aim to lose 5 pounds and I'm going to do it no matter what. On a positive note, I've lost a total of 10 pounds and I feel great. It makes it all worthwhile. See u next week.

Monday, 9 March 2009

It's coming off!!

It's been a week since I started my Cambridge diet and so far, I've lost 7 pounds!!!! Yay!!! It's not been easy though, I tell you. I've had to give up carbs completely and that has to be the hardest thing I've ever done. I can't eat between meals and eating after 8pm is off limits. On the plus side however( pun not intended!) , my skin is better and I'm not bloated anymore. In addition to the shakes n soups, I can have veg and chicken in the evening. I don't want to speak too soon but the diet is quite ok; I don't really feel hungry during the day and the veg/chicken meal in the evening is really filling. I do appreciate the comment left the other day on my blog about taking things slowly but the good thing about this Cambridge diet is you take it a week at a time. You have a counselor to guide you through( mine is a doctor) and you can weigh yourself every week and see how you are doing.Well, I can't wait till Saturday to see how much I've lost this 2nd week. Can u? Bye!!