Monday, September 13, 2010

Very Interesting Indeed ...

I started this new diet plan last Wednesday, and despite taking Saturday off, I've lost 5.5 pounds since then. I don't know what's different about this plan than others I've tried, but it really seems to be working. I don't know if it's keeping track of points and having to report them, or the specific way of eating, but I'm really impressed. I'm just hoping that I'm not jinxing anything by announcing how much I've lost. :)

If you guys are interested in trying out the program, go over to Facebook, send a friend request to Andi Jensen Sherwood, and tell her you'd like to get in on the next game. It seriously is helping me out.

Funny exercise story - we went to the regional conference yesterday, but we missed that we could go to our own church to see it. Hubby got told by his home teaching companion that we had to go to the Marriott Center. Well, the place was absolutely packed. We ended up parking over at the temple and walking to the Marriott Center, only to find that there were no seats, at all, even in the hallway on the floor. So we walked over to the DeJung concert hall to the overflow. And then afterward, we walked back. Yeah, I got me in about an hour's worth of walking, completely by accident. :) But it looked good on the scale this morning!

At any rate, I'm feeling more hopeful than I have for a while. And hope is a very good thing.

5 comments:

Marta O. Smith said...

How are you feeling after all that walking? If you survived that, maybe you could do some regular exercise-type walking?

I plan to come down for Book Academy. Want to join me for a quick stroll around campus?

Tristi Pinkston said...

I'm stiff and sore. :) But I have been doing exercise walking more frequently over the last two weeks, so I am getting better.

Tristi Pinkston said...

I'm stiff and sore. :) But I have been doing exercise walking more frequently over the last two weeks, so I am getting better.

Sandra said...

The stiffness and soreness goes away- I promise. and if you keep doing walking the stiffness and soreness doesn't come back. And you will be ready to go hiking with me in the summer ;)

Jenn Wilks said...

Okay, so this post kind of answers my question from the post above. :) I contacted Andi for some information. Not sure if I'm gonna do it, but maybe . . .