The only problem I'm facing. . . . .is my husband. I don't really understand why, and I probably never will, but Hispanic men (most of them anyways) DO NOT CARE if their wife is a Fatty McFatterson, and he thinks that I'm starving myself. I was getting a little hungry about an hour ago and said I would just sip on some water, because I hadn't had enough today anyways. He insisted I eat something. I still had some calories/carbs/protein/fat left for today, so I decided I would have a slice of bread with some jam.
He didn't see me eat it.
5 minutes later he came to see if I ate it, and then continued to check underneath the couch cushions and under the chair to see if I had hidden it instead of eating it. I finally convinced him that I DID eat it and he left me alone, muttering to himself that I should have at least had a bowl of cereal or something. OH WELL. I'll work around him somehow. . . . .
Another feature on the website is a Body Mass Index calculator. I know that that isn't 100% accurate, but I think it can give you a pretty good general idea of where you stand.
I think the formula is like, height times weight divided by 2 or something like that, but anyway, this is the key:
Underweight-18.5 or less
Obese-30.0 or more
I score a 30.3, and I was generous with my height. Yeah. Call me Mrs. McFatterson. My target weight range is 104.4-141.1. While I think 104 lbs is REALLY low for my body shape, somewhere in between those 2 weights would be AMAZING. My goal is 125, which will be 31 lbs lost, and if I make it, Mama is treating herself to a nice big shopping spree, because my fat pants are gonna be a little baggy.
Here's my ticker :) I'm only going to update my weight every 1 or 2 weeks, so I'll have that stuff coming on Weight Loss Mondays.
P.S. I learned how to do a Fishtail braid today, and I'm really excited. I just had to tell you.