Last Supper Course: weigh in week four

Food has been the last thing on my mind since last Tuesday, and as such I have been reaching bedtime and realising I haven’t had a meal since lunchtime or breakfast.

Most hardened dieters know that skipping meals is not the way to go, as any weight lost only goes back on with a few extra pound chums, so I have no idea if I have gained, lost or stayed the same this week.

Meals in the kitchen have been mainly chicken based, including the lazy chicken curry (bottom right) I did for Hubby which was basically rice cooked with peppers and mushrooms and half a chicken breast covered with curry sauce and a sprinkling of coconut.

With our pending plans, it means I only have two weigh ins, including tonight, before our trip, and because I didn’t book a week off when I paid for this 6 week course, I shall forfeit the sixth. However, I can book the following week as holiday so will not have to pay, and who knows, after all those locks which will provide me with a fantastic workout, I may be slim and targeted on my return to group!

So, how did I do?
Smiles or tears?

I lost another pound this week, and aiming for a one a half pound loss for next to achieve my 3 stone certificate before we depart for the canals trip.
Wish me luck!

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About pensitivity101

Retired number cruncher with a vivid imagination, loves to cook, favourite food everything especially chocolate and jelly babies. Best friends are Hubby and Dog, Bro and our Dominoes Friend aka MOH (and his dog). Also a bit of a dog whisperer as I get on better with them than people sometimes! Due to a nightmare of a house sale in 2014, 'Home' is now a 41 foot narrow boat. It's different and having swan and duck families for neighbours is much more relaxing on the eye not to mention the ears!
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7 Responses to Last Supper Course: weigh in week four

  1. scifihammy says:

    Excellent news!
    And enjoy your trip. 🙂

  2. With all you are doing, that can happen! Good luck.

  3. The best of luck is wished to you – though I don’t think you’ll need it, as you seem to have mastered the other, underrated aspect of luck: hard work!

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