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WW at work

Yesterday was the big day!!! I finally pulled it off!!

For the last month or so I've been reaching out to the company I work for as well as the surrounding companies to start a Weight Watchers at Work program. For those of you that have done this or helped organize one, you will know that you have to have at least 20 participants before a leader will be assigned to your location. We luckily had 22 with 18 showing up on Monday and two more to come next week.

Our meeting went well, everyone was really excited and most had already participated in this program before. We have signed up for a 10 week commitment and we are all off to a great start.

We each have a number of points that we are allowed to eat in a day, we aren't eliminating any food we are just watching the quantity and point value. We have a point finder that we can keep with us to check everything that we are putting in our mouths as well as a list of foods and an average of point count for a quick reference.

So far so good. I just finished lunch and I feel full. I had a pork loin marinated in soy/ginger sauce and a 1/2 cup of cottage cheese with tomatoes. It was delightful! It's very similar to what I had last night but a little different.

Anyway, this is hopefully going to help kick-start my weight loss issue and help move the process along a little. This 1st week is all focused on eating right and staying with your points. Next week we are working in exercise and other things to help the weight drop.

Stay tuned for another WW at Work update...


Whitney said…
Wow, good for you! Seriously! Lots of people talk about being healthier or exercising more. You're not only doing something about it, but you're also motivating others. Brav-o! :)
Allison said…
That's awesome!! Congrats on taking the leap :) If you have any questions or need anything, let me know!

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