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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheerilee View Post
    For those that do online tracking, what do you do with your activity points?

    I just noticed that there are different ways of swapping them?

    I don't really get it. I usually let them sit there and they disappear each Thursday when my pro-points start again.
    I don't use them. Some people choose to use them for food. In your online tracker

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Nette View Post
    This thread was the push I needed. I have just reactivated my weight watchers account.

    DD turned 2 yesterday, so can't really blame the baby weight anymore. Though actually I am back at my pre-baby weight, it is the 9 cycles of IVF weight that won't budge. I think I put on a kg each cycle, so I would really like to lose about 10kg. Let's see how I go.
    Good on you and welcome

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    Hi all,
    You can cash in your activity points for food or just not use them and possibly lose more.
    In your online tracker you can change it so it takes your weeklies off first or your activity points off first once you have eaten all your dailies-up to you.

    This is lunch: wholemeal pasta with lean beef mince bolognese and lots of extra veggies. 10 points.

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    I had a vegetable omelette.

    Grabbed a few WW meals from Coles this week to throw into the freezer for those nights or lunches where it's awkward, time-poor, difficult or if DH and kids are having a treat.

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    Good idea @littleTed. I've got a couple of different soups in the stove at the moment for the same reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by made2bAmummy View Post
    Good idea @littleTed. I've got a couple of different soups in the stove at the moment for the same reason.
    I still have soup and bolognese to make today - I've defrosted the mince already so I think I'm committed at some point! But I'm also trying to get a little study done. Made beef and veg casserole last night for the first time in years. One child didn't like it (probably haven't cooked it since she's been an eater though). Might just give theirs a little schoush with some tomato sauce.

    Did groceries first thing this morning so that it didn't eat into the day and we can get out this afternoon - woo hoo! I think the WW meals were less than $3 each.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    I still have soup and bolognese to make today - I've defrosted the mince already so I think I'm committed at some point! But I'm also trying to get a little study done. Made beef and veg casserole last night for the first time in years. One child didn't like it (probably haven't cooked it since she's been an eater though). Might just give theirs a little schoush with some tomato sauce.

    Did groceries first thing this morning so that it didn't eat into the day and we can get out this afternoon - woo hoo! I think the WW meals were less than $3 each.
    That's real cheap, I usually get then around ~$5!!
    Where did you buy them from?

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    Our coles had them on special for $2.90. I got a couple to keep when DP is on a late shift and I don't want to cook, the kids usually have something easy as well.

    The spicy Lentil Soup on the ww site is yum, I have some of that frozen as well. I think it is 7pp and that includes one piece of toast.

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    Oh, my kids fighting all day makes me want to eat and eat!!

    So far so good, but I want to EAT like chips or chocolate...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheerilee View Post
    Oh, my kids fighting all day makes me want to eat and eat!!

    So far so good, but I want to EAT like chips or chocolate...
    Oh I know!
    the hardest is to find other ways to cope than turning to food 😒

    I need to do a list of triggering events and a way to cope for each of those. Then have this stuck somewhere in plain sight.

    For me hot bath or a long walk are good options instead of turning to food. Hard with kids though.
    Maybe putting some loud music on and go on a crazy dance?!

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