I'll leave the numbers out of it... suffice to say I'm not happy with my weight. I've always been thin, and now I don't see a thin person when I look in the mirror. Someone at work started a WW at Work program. As I understand it, you need 15 people (at least that's the number we needed) to start one. The leader (is that the right word?) comes to our school once a week, at 4:30 pm-- after extra help and makeups, late enough that both secretaries and teachers are free to meet. The fact that I don't have leave my comfy house and go out in the cold to attend meetings was the primary reason I chose to take advantage of this opportunity to join. We had a "getting to know what you're getting into" meeting a week ago, then our first real meeting on Thursday. While the number on the scale didn't fill my heart with joy, I think that this may be very workable. When I got home from school on Thursday, I logged onto the app and charted my food for that day. I have a budget of 23 points (plus a weekly budget of 28 points to spend as I want.) On Thursday, I ended the day with 21 spent, so 2 extras rolled over. Yesterday wasn't quite as good. The app was down-- or my daughter had trouble accessing it-- when we hit Wendy's for lunch, so I guesstimated. I know that ketchup is high, as is ground beef, so I ordered the bacon-cheese baked potato instead. Rookie mistake-- it's 16 points!!! Ouch!! So I took it easy at dinner, borrowed a couple of those extra weekly points, and ended the day at 26. Lesson learned. Next time I'll order more wisely. Today, when I get through with housework, I want to make a list of each of the fast food places we frequent, and what's reasonable to order in each. (Say 0-8 or 9 points) I'll keep a copy on my Ipad, and another in my glove compartment. But I'm really optimistic about this program. In any other diet, realizing I had used so many calories at lunch would have killed my confidence in my ability to stay on the program. But with the flexibility of the WW program, I ended up still pretty much on track. Anyone else a WW newbie, or interested in joining me on this journey? I would LOVE to be at my goal of 25 pounds lighter-- or somewhere near that neighborhood-- when we go to WDW in July. Any WW pros willing to share any concrete advice/tips?