Here we are at the end of another week on my Nutrisystem journey. I cannot believe it’s already been 3 weeks since I began! I placed my order for month 2′s food this week, and I will be happy to restock my dwindling food supply.
This week, I must admit that I slipped a little. I was going great until Friday, when my little brother came home from college. This was his first time home since he moved into his dorm (at a college 4 hours away) at the beginning of August, so my whole family went out to celebrate his visit home.
While I didn’t do horribly bad, I did indulge a little bit. We had our favorite local Mexican restaurant. Instead of leaving with a stomach full of tortilla chips and a full plate of food, my husband and I shared a meal, and I slowly munched on the chips (eating maybe 8?) before our food came out. I drank water, so no extra calories there.
Speaking of water, it’s been so easy to get my eight 8-ounce glasses each day. On the days I exercise, I almost always drink more. Having the Nutrisystem water bottle by my side at all times has really made it easier. The only downside is the increase in bathroom breaks I need to take every day!
I know that it is very good for my kidneys and overall health, however, I have never really had a problem with drinking water…I usually just don’t think to drink enough each day. Problem solved!
Okay – now for my results. This week, I lost 1 lb! I am excited about the steady loss I am seeing…especially this week when I felt a little guilty after eating out.
I am starting a new two week exercise challenge this week, so that should help me continue to lose, as well as break up the monotony of the walking that I have been doing at least 3 days a week since starting my journey.
Week 1 = -3.0
Week 2 = -1.2
Week 3 = -1.0
Total Loss = -5.2
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Disclosure: Nutrisystem is providing me with a complimentary Women’s SUCCESS Select Program membership in exchange for blogging about my honest, unbiased reviews and progress while on the program. All opinions are 100% mine and are not swayed by outside sources.