Monday, November 10, 2008

Week 195

0.4lb gain.

So back up to where I was a fortnight ago.

Mind you, it has been a pretty bad week emotionally and the worst of sins - snacking in the evening - has happened a couple of nights. That is one thing I have to get back under control.

Starting Weight: 19st 9lb - 275lbs
Current Weight: 13st 5.8lb - 187.8lbs
Body fat: 27%
Total Weight Loss: 87.2lbs


fatmammycat said...

Do you find it more difficult to moderate evening snacking in colder weather? I ask seem to have my snout buried in the monkey nuts come 10pm every evening and I'm pretty sure it's got something to do with it being colder.
Mind you I'm off wheat and hooch at the moment so my system is a bit haywire.

Kim Ayres said...

The colder weather is definitely pushing me into a kind of hibernation mode, wanting to fill up for the long winter ahead. Clearly the nuts are bringing out the inner hamster in you.

fatmammycat said...

If I start looking for big wheels to run on I'll totes concur. Hah, word verification is 'cartring'. It's a sign I tell you, a sign.

Sayre said...

OH, Kim - I feel your pain. Since you've been checking in on me, you know what I'VE been doing, so you know it's true. Halloween was like a giant smack-down for me and I'm only now just getting back on my feet. Which is odd, as I've never had issues with Halloween before.

I liked your bank analogy. I need to remember that the next time I am tempted to NOT get on the scale!

Merry Mary said...

I want to say that I totally have a problem with the cold weather/nighttime snacking/hibernation thing. I totally feel your pain right now. Eh.

Kim Ayres said...

FMC - :)

Sayre - it never ceases to amaze me how quickly we can fall off track and suddenly several weeks have gone past before we regain control.

Mary - I think that in evolutionary terms, back in the time of the dinosuars, our ancestors were shrew-like creatures. Somewhere in all that we must be hardwired to bunker down for the winter

"The Captain" said...

Have a great weekend.

Kim Ayres said...

Thanks Jeff!