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DRIVERA_2013 SparkPoints: (445)
Fitness Minutes: (90)
Posts: 14
1/27/13 10:08 P

Thanks! I appreciate the support :)

SNOWJESTER SparkPoints: (29,896)
Fitness Minutes: (21,528)
Posts: 985
1/27/13 7:20 P

You could also use a tape measure instead of scale. But maybe that might end up stressing you too. Or just keep doing what you're doing and focusing on how your clothes fit. That's a good non scale indicator. Some people don't know how much they weigh until their checkup. Do what works for you!

DRIVERA_2013 SparkPoints: (445)
Fitness Minutes: (90)
Posts: 14
1/27/13 1:54 P

I don't own a scale, and quite frankly, I don't want to! I can look in the mirror and tell when I've gained and lost. When I pull my pants up, I KNOW. I suppose it's important to know the "numbers" but honestly, it's another stressor I don't want or need in my life. If I were to invest in the purchase of a scale, I would want a top-of-the-line one, not some cheap model that doesn't weigh correctly and will ultimately end up in the trash. I'm not in the financial position to make such a purchase but want to be able to track weight loss. Any suggestions? TIA

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