Getting Healthy with Nutrisystem: Week 11.

I've had a really busy week and I worked really hard on fitting in my exercise too. It was difficult but I had to fit into a dress for a wedding this weekend. The good news is that I did!

All of my clothes are all too big. Belts don't cut it any longer. My pants just look baggy on me with belts. My shirts look oversized and everything looks so unflattering. I look like I am trying to hide in my clothes. I am swimming in my cute cardigans that I couldn't wait to pull out for fall. The problem is that I am not ready to shop for new clothes yet. Though I am down a solid size, I am not to my goal yet and I don't want to buy clothes that I will only be wearing for a few months. I don't feel like living in yoga pants and zip up sweatshirts either, but I don't know what else to do at this point.

Back to my exercise and fitting into the dress for a wedding this weekend. I found the dress I wanted and tried it on in two sizes. The 14 was clearly too big and the 12 fit, but was a bit tight around the bust. I didn't even know how to lose weight around my bust. Even with the right undergarments, it was still a bit form fitting up top.

I upped my walking to twice every day - each day this week. I walked faster, harder and longer each time. I also made it to the gym three times this week to use the bike for 30 minutes and get back to using the Cybex machines that I haven't used in months. It felt great!

Not only does my dress fit, it fits great; I have plenty of room up top. I am so happy to be in a size 12, you have no idea. I am also excited to report that I lost 4.5 pounds this week, making my total weight loss 20.5 pounds so far. That extra hard work really paid off for me.

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Disclosure: As part of the Nutrisystem Nation Blogger Program, Nutrisystem is providing me with the Nustrisystem program, free of charge, which includes food and support, in exchange for my honest opinion of the program. No other compensation has been given. All thoughts are my own.