Here's how I'm doing it:
I'm still doing Weight Watchers although I know my points limit and don't track as religiously as I did when I first started. I'm losing anywhere from one to three pounds a week. I used 42 Days to Fit by Brandy Ferguson for three months. I stuck with the Weight Watchers points system but followed the books exercise schedule. In October, I kicked it up a notch using Beach Body Tony Horton's 10 Minute Trainer. We purchased this after I watched the infomercial one to many times while nursing a newborn Ceili Rain. So, no extra purchases were made. I don't do just 10 minutes though. Last month I did two ten minute work outs and now I'm trying to get in the 10 minute abs workout three times a week and then do two other ten minute workouts five to six days a week. I'll try and post my ideal workout schedule soon.
I've got a good post coming. I want to share a couple of myths and excuses I fell prey to and that people still comment on. This isn't easy, people. It's hard work to lose weight. Especially weight I've been carrying and adding to for the past ten years. I'm excited that not only I can see a difference but others can too. I still get the occasional rude, "Oh, when are you due?" But instead of being disappointed and drowning myself in ice cream I pipe up and tell people how much weight I've lost, how many kids I have and how their comment is just more motivation to keep going. They are still embarrassed but at least it keeps me going.