I had a really good week–I walked every day and tracked my meals pretty well-and weighed in at 167.8 kg (369.9 lb), for a weekly loss of 2.7 kg (5.9 lb). I’m very happy with that, and it puts me on track to reach my mini-goal of 164.6 kg (362.8 lb) before the end of the month. That will be my lowest weight since re-joining Weight Watchers in 2017. I weighed 164.7 kg (363.1 lb) on 5 March 2018), and then haven’t really come close since then. I’d dropped to 169.9 kg (374.5 lb) this past March, just before the lockdown stopped in-person meetings and weigh-ins. So when I do this, it’s going to be a real accomplishment, and I’m going to do my best to feel it and celebrate it.
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I'm a fat, middle-aged white guy who's trying to lose weight. A LOT of weight. My goal is to lose 200 pounds. I was born in 1968 and I grew up in East and Southeast Texas After graduating high school in 1987, I went to the University of Houston and then Lamar University. In 1994 I shoved my life into a suitcase and moved to Australia. I was married in 1998, and my wife andI have 3 children (all boys) aged 19, 16, and 10. We lived in Canberra (the national capital) from 2001 until 2016, and now we're in Brisbane, Queensland. I'm a librarian by profession but currently living as a stay-at-home dad and a Gentleman of Leisure (I sometimes describe myself as temporarily retired). I've been overweight since puberty, and gradually went from 200lbs in 1988 to 250lbs by 1998, and then to 300 a decade later, and over 400 lbs by 2011, when I first joined Weight Watchers. I lost about 100 lbs in 6 months, then quit, and then my weight bounced around between 330 and 375 for several years after that. I joined Weight Watchers again in May 2017, and discovered that I was back up over 400. So now I'm trying as hard as I can to lose over 200 pounds and get back under 200, and preferably to 186 lbs, my weight when I graduated high school. View all posts by Wil