There are still some people complaining that Weight Watchers is more hard work now that the new plan has come in. It’s been a week, and even the great weight losses people are having isn’t enough to encourage some people to try it.
The statement in the title isn’t just about weight loss, though. Things that are worth having in life don’t come easy. The hard work pays off though, and truly is worth it.
My husband is currently working his butt off in his job to secure a better life for us. He’s made that clear to his bosses, and they’re going to work with him to help him do just that. It’s hard now, but he knows that it will be worth it in the future.
I’m currently working my butt off with my writing and my role as a Weight Watchers leader. I also work hard to make sure the house is at least sanitary for my daughter, and make sure I spend plenty of time with her. It’s difficult, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t worth it.
There really is truth in the saying that nothing in life worth having was easy. If it was easy, we wouldn’t feel as rewarded as we do when things work out.
So, those nay-sayers when it comes to the Weight Watchers change, I just want to say that the hard work is worth it. This is still a liveable plan. Not only will you see your weight loss, but you’ll be healthier overall. I certainly am. I sleep better, my blood pressure is down and I feel more energetic (and that’s while eight months pregnant!).
It’s time to think about whether you really want that weight loss. If you are, you need to put the hard work in. It really is worth it in the end.
I'm Alexandria Ingham, and am a work at home mommy and full-time freelance writer. Writing has always been a passion from a young age, but it was only in 2009 that I decided to use it to make money online. Since then, I've managed to make a career out of it and don't regret it.