This totally feels like an AA meeting.
“Hi my name is Monica, and I’m chubby.”
Ok this is where you say “Hi Monica.”
Wow I feel better already. They say that admitting you have a problem is the first step to recovery, and I have a problem with food. I think I have always had a problem with food, even as a skinny teenager I had horrible eating habits (but that is a post for another day) and as an adult they caught up with me.
In my fight with the bulge I have tried many MANY diets, all to be abandoned after miserable failure. This time around I’m trying Weight Watchers, and it does seem to be working.
In total honesty, I’m a Weight Watchers wannabe. I don’t actually go to Weight Watchers; I started a group of my own. I’m cheap like that. We meet at my house once a week and follow the Weight Watchers plan. We count points and weigh ourselves and keep track of our progress. We take turns choosing a group goal and report on how we did last week and cool stuff we found that might help the others (like Progresso’s 0 point soup; very yummy).
It’s working for me, I’m sure if I actually went to a real Weight Watchers meeting I would do even better, but like I said before I’m cheap like that.
So if you live in the area feel free to join our Chub Club. If not then maybe you could start some kind of support group of your own. Have any of you tried something like this, or do you have any great Weight Watchers tips I could steal for free?