So far, so good!
It's very encouraging reading about everyone's losses simply from following the 12 week plan and doing some exercise...
Re: the plan, would you count walking as the aerobic activity, or does it have to be something that raises the heart rate more?
Yesterday was a success eating-wise, and I went for a 40 minute jog (walking for one minute every 5 minutes) which was a lovely stress reliever after having coped with ill children all weekend - I was so motivated to just get out of the house for some fresh air having not been able to leave since friday!!
For me one of the keys is to have a savoury breakfast as then I don't feel the need for anything sugary as the day goes on (I even made my daughter's birthday cake without licking the spoon!) so I'm sticking to a boiled egg for breakfast, with spinach and toast, and this morning I added some mushrooms.
I like on the nhs bmi calculator that there is a range for calorie intake as then I can record my food (trying to stick to 1400) but if I go up or down either side I don't have to overthink it. And it's very easy to cook normal food that the whole family can eat - I am just being prompted to think about how much of it I eat.
Feeling really good, so onwards (and downwards hopefully!)