Okay, I think the last few weeks I seem to have reached a plateau. My body is apparently at an unhealthy but happy weight. I am lighter than I was in high school (by 2 sizes!) and I am back to pre-baby James weight and my starting weight for my journey to loose 100 lbs was my pre-baby Kirstyn weight so I know I have done something right, but I want to continue this journey in the downward direction.... So, I looked up the definition of plateau: Plateau - to reach a state or level of little or no growth or decline, esp. to stop increasing or progressing; remain at a stable level of achievement; level off Well, I am going to make some changes to try to get out of this rut! I monitor my eating pretty close, but I have some other areas that have to be addressed if I really want to get healthy! My friend Tracy suggested that I stop drinking diet drinks (we were on the phone as I was shopping in Costco and sucking down my 44 oz-er I bought on the way in the door when she made this suggestion...and I got a refill after that)! So, I am going to start by cutting WAY back to just two 12oz servings per day (maybe I will phase them out all together in the next few months, I am just not ready yet...this cutting back is going to be really hard at first but to be fair to myself, I also drink over 100 oz of clear un-doctored water per day!). The other change I am going to make is I am going to start this Couch to 5K Program that my new blogging buddy (and new motivator with my WW) Amanda is using (she has lost 75 lbs and looks amazing!)! Okay, now for my short term weight goal: I want to loose 20 more pounds before my vacation in July. That gives me 12.5 weeks to loose it. I think this is an attainable goal, I just have to get really serious! I NEED encouragement and support (and challenge buddies), so if you want to loose 10% of your body weight over the next 3 months with me, then let me know so we can encourage each other... will anyone join me in this challenge (we can do it...the women on Biggest Looser tonight just lost over 7% of their body weight in ONE week!)?