winning at it. See my fave thing about it is that it’s based on points. So it has, like, built in gamification. I literally sit around trying to figure out how much I can eat and use almost no points. (mostly because I need those points for alcohol, but that’s another story). And when I find something that’s super yummy and low in points I get a feeling similar to how I imagine athletes feel when they score or something. I wouldn’t know how that feels as I’ve always been an asthmatic uncoordinated mess, but I think it must feel the same.
But the real way to win at WW is to eat fruits and veggies because those are 0 points. Zero. Yeah. That’s like getting the other team to forfeit. It’s awesome. So I’ve been eating a lot more of them especially as snacks. But they’re kinda pricey. Then I found Boston Organics. And now I get produce just delivered to my house. Seriously, the coolest thing ever. Because in addition to saving my lazy ass another trip to the grocery store because all the bananas have gone bad, it also forces me to try new things, which I suck at.
However, now I’ve got all these people asking me if I’m going vegetarian or vegan. It’s honestly offensive. I freaking love meat (that’s what she said) and I think I make that pretty clear. And I really like dairy so the idea of willingly giving that up sounds way to much like giving up sight or something. Don’t get me wrong I have plenty of veggie and vegan friends and it doesn’t bother me. So when I try to explain that I’m not trying to be either I don’t want to offend anyone. I kinda just want to be like, listen, I’m not vegetarian I’m just winning at Weight Watchers. What’s it to you.