A gain of 0.5lb this week.

Weight Loss – Week 41

10 Comments CherryPie on May 12th 2011

10 Responses to “Weight Loss – Week 41”

  1. Andrew says:

    Looking at that graph… the title of these posts is going to have to change soon, unless Summer 2010 shows what can be expected for Summer 2011. Is that me being… Rude? Ungallant? Motivating?

    • CherryPie says:

      The title of the posts won’t change because that is my aim. I don’t like the fact that the graph isn’t going downward but at least it is staying level.

      If my life was just me on my own and not having to accommodate other people, socialising and meals (out) that are not of my choosing I would have achieved my goal weight quite some time ago.

      You are never rude and in this case always motivating :-)

  2. Andrew says:

    That 10% goal line is sooooo close, just a few really good days would see you smash through it. Go on and get it! And socialise with light and tasty options only. What do you think? Do I have the makings of a personal trainer? The next 2 weeks will tell… The proof will be in the (lack of) pudding :)

    • CherryPie says:

      Yes that 10% is very close… What I need is a few weeks eating at home only and that would soon sort it out, but that would be rather antisocial of me ;-)

      Yes next week will tell if you are an effective personal trainer :-)

  3. Claude says:

    You’re just on a plateau, Cherie. Not moving much. A little down…A little up…It happens when we’re halfway the goal. Soon you’ll be back upward. Don’t give up. You’ve done fine so far.:-)

    • Andrew says:

      “Soon you’ll be back upward…”

      Eh… Claude… Downward is the way Cherie wants the graph to go :/ Are we pulling in different directions here?

  4. Claude says:

    UPWARD means VICTORY…..En avant, vers la victoire! Goodnight, Andrew!

    All the best, Cherie.

  5. liz says:

    It’s rotten, isn’t it, cherie? Weight gain is so much faster than loss. Never mind, onwards and downwards!

    • CherryPie says:

      I will get there eventually. It is also a bit like flexi at work. When you have loads of credit it is so easy to gain more but if you go into debt it is a big struggle to get out of it again!