Obviously the more weight you have to lose, the more weight you can lose per week. Like the contestants on The Biggest Loser who lose like, 30 lbs in their first week!
I guess I don't really know my body well enough to put a concrete goal into place. If I work out and eat well consistently (staying in my WW points allotment), then whatever happens, happens. Some weeks I may lose 3 lbs and some less than 1 lb. But honestly, even as I say that, I'm thinking that that is kind of a lazy, take the easy way out, way to look at it.
I'm happy with how I'm losing, which is about 2 lbs a week when I'm on plan. But I know that won't last forever, and maybe I won't be as gung ho, so I am nervous I'll stay stuck at a certain weight or take forever to lose it. I know there are more NSV to look for and I'm more than just a number on the scale, but I really want to get the weight off. Like now. ;)
That's why I have to make good, solid, realistic, doable goals. This month, I'm going for 10.
Attitude of Gratitude: I have officially retired (and am going to donate to Goodwill) my size 16 jeans.